Diva Review: Old Wives Tail Organic Oil Treatments


When I decided to go natural  2 years ago – and for me that just meant not putting anymore heat (curling/flat irons) in my hair as I hadn’t had a relaxer in 5 years previously –  it took a long while of trial and error to find products that worked best on my hair to get it to do what I wanted it to do and look the way I wanted.


Through trial and error, signing up for about 6 month of those sample kit box of the month things, and asking what worked for others, I came to realize that the hair product game is a very individualized thing and what works for me AND my budget won’t necessarily work for anybody else. Just because it is expensive or brand name popular don’t necessarily make it awesome. I am notorious for mixing and matching products/brands to achieve my desired effect.


N.E.WAY…I was asked to give Old Wives Tail Organic Oil Treatment a try. Old Wives Tail is:

100% Organic Hair Care

Old Wives Tail is a small hair care company selling handmade organic hair care products – absolutely no additives or chemicals. They aim to nourish your hair back to life the Latino way with their unique blend of oils. Their main lifetime goal is to eradicate animal testing in the beauty industry and 10% of their profits go to charities that save animals from being tested upon. Love your pets, love the environment and love your hair naturally with OWT!


I read their history, liked that it was truly 100% Organic and handmade and agreed to give it a try. I received the Melado Organic Hair Growth Oil Treatment


A unique blend of 100% organic oils that will give the kiss of life to even the most dry and damaged hair. Rich in natural vitamins, antioxidants and proteins just one sacred drop of Melado will do wonders for your hair and scalp.

The natural vitamins and omegas in Melado restores shine and deeply moisturises the hair back to health. When massaged into the scalp this oil will stimulate and encourage healthy hair growth by penetrating deep into the roots and strengthening each hair follicle.

Directions for use: Massage into damp hair weekly to stimulate long, healthy, nourished hair growth. Leave on for an hour. Rinse with fresh water and shampoo. Repeat this process until your hair feels clean and product free. After shampooing you can use conditioner on the ends of your hair only. Rinse out thoroughly and style as normal.

If your locks are in a really bad way then use twice a week leaving the oil on overnight wrapped in a warm towel. 

Melado can also be used to tame fly-a-ways, frizz and split ends. After blow drying rub a tiny drop into the palms of your hands and smooth through the mid-lengths and ends of your hair

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When I got the jar, I was kinda indifferent as it appeared to be just another jar of oil. I was pleasantly surprised and impressed. I massaged in into my scalp and roots as well as throughout the length of my hair, waited about 30 min (ain’t nobody got time for an hour – I don’t) and washed it out. I used conditioner on my ends only as directed and then two strand twisted as I usually do.


My hair was VERY soft, smelled great and when I did a twist-out the next day, the curls held for an entire week of workouts and daily living. I loved it. I tried it on Princess Cara’s hair next and she has the driest hair on the planet. Her hair absorbs moisture like nobodies business! It is unreal. After a treatment with the oil, Princess Cara’s hair was soft – that dry & brittle feel was gone…for about 2 days and then I had to reapply.


Would you like to give it a try? Enter the giveaway by leaving a comment on what products/system/tips you do for your hair to keep it look fierce.


If you would rather just go check it out for yourself, visit www.oldwivestail.com to place an order. Free Worldwide Delivery on Any Order.


a Rafflecopter giveaway I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.