The Best Hair Oils And Serums To Try For Healthy, Shiny Locks

These products that will make you go 'Sana Oil!'

Haircare isn’t just about selecting the right shampoo and conditioner. It also doesn’t end with using a hair mask or getting a hair treatment each week. The cornerstone of great locks is to use products that will keep them healthy and looking fab in every step of your routine.

And these, ladies, is where hair serums and oils come in. Just like your skin, follicles and hair shafts benefit from an added layer of protection. Serums act like an invisible shield to ensure UV rays and pollutants bounce right off.

If you’re ready to seal nutrients in or repair your fried tresses from root to tips, these oils and serums might be just what you need.

  1. Best hair oil for damaged tresses: Mise En Scene Damage Care Perfect Repair Serum

    Damaged hair in dire need of intensive care will benefit from this healing and nourishing serum. Containing rose water, royal jelly, argan oil, THE Mise En Scene essence is the perfect carrier for delivering much-needed nutrients to transform coarse and dry hair. Get manageable, silky smooth locks with this fan favorite.




    Mise En Scène Damage Care Perfect Repair Serum, P503, Watsons

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  2. Best hair oil for curly locks: Human Nature Pure Virgin Coconut Oil

    Versatile and locally sourced, coconut oil is great for your health, your skin, nails, and you guessed it—your hair. Easily absorbed, coconut oil is a fave of curly-haired babes, thanks to its nourishing and smoothening characteristics. Not just for curly tresses, this wondrous serum can also be used on other hair types.


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    Coconut Oil, P299.75, Human Nature

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  3. Best hair oil for frizzy ends: OUAI Hair Oil

    Getting frizzy hair is pretty standard especially with the humid atmosphere we have in the tropics. OUAI oil—with its nutrient-rich baobab, borage, ama oils, and galangal root extract—is perfect for sealing split ends while producing a silky glossy finish. It also protects the locks against sun damage while preventing hair color from fading.



    OUAI Hair Oil, P1,770, Sephora ph

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  4. Best hair oil for straight tresses: Vitress Cuticle Coat

    Straight hair needs just as much TLC as other hair types. Maintain a soft silky mane by adding a drop of cuticle coat to lock in the moisture. Vitress carries a line of essences for a range of hair concerns. Aside from the obvious wallet-friendly price tag, its compact size is ideal for bringing along in your evening bag.

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    Vitress Cuticle Coat, P88, Watsons

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  5. Best hair oil for wavy locks: Garnier Fructis Sleek & Shine Serum

    To keep those waves from looking buhaghag, all a girl needs to do is apply some of this hair potion. Loaded with Moroccan argan oil, the Garner Fructis Sleek & Shine Serum gives your crowning glory its much-needed shine while keeping your waves looking bouncy.



    Garnier Fructis Sleek & Shine Serum, P695, Lazada

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  6. Best hair oil for bleached and colored tresses: VERB Ghost Oil

    This gluten- and paraben-free moringa enriched essence coats each strand of hair with strengthening nutrients. If you're worried about a serum causing brassiness or color fading, the VERB Ghost Oil prevents this issue, thanks to its clear formula. You can also be sure that it will deliver a radiant, frizz-free shine on your locks.


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    Ghost Oil, P385, Sephora ph

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  7. Best hair oil with long-lasting scent: The Ordinary Cold Pressed Virgin Marula Oil

    The Ordinary isn’t just about skincare. The brand’s cult-favorite cold-pressed marula oil is an antioxidant-rich product containing fruit kernels from the Marula tree. This luxurious formula offers hydration for the skin and the hair, leaving a clean, fruity scent in its wake.



    The Ordinary Marula Oil, P900, BeautyMNL

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