Fushi Really Good Hair Oil | Beauty Review

Naturisimo are one of my favourite online beauty stores as they’re always releasing new brands and products. Last month they released Fushi, an organic British brand who take their inspiration from all around the world. 

Fushi Really Good Hair Oil* is an 80% organic product, filled with a blend of nourishing and rejuvenating oils including sesame seed, coconut, avocado, sweet almond and argan oil. It is fragranced with Indian Jasmine essential oil and is then topped off with Neem, an ayurvedic herb that promotes a healthier scalp as well as Brahmi which helps with hair growth, discolouration and nourishing the hair roots. 

You can use this one of two ways; massage the oil into your scalp and wrap your hair with a steaming towel for at least half an hour (or longer!) then wash out. If you don’t have that long to spare though, simply massage the oil into your scalp and leave overnight to go deep down & nourish hair from the roots and wash off in your morning shower!

I like applying this and washing it off after around half an hour as I prefer evening showers and sleeping in the mornings (duh!) I started off applying this to my roots and then throughout the lengths of my hair and washed it off with a couple rounds of shampoo after around half an hour to an hour. I found that it made the lengths of my hair look a little greasy the next day so since then, I just apply to my roots and thoroughly massage it into my scalp. It works really well to clear my roots of any product build up as well as making my hair shinier. I haven’t been testing it long enough to comment on hair growth but as someone who often dyes their hair and uses a lot of heat, I definitely benefit from using oils like this to keep my hair in good condition. 

It smells quite nice and the Jasmine stands out quite a lot as well as the neem to me, but although it is strong, it doesn’t hang around that much after shampooing. It is a fairly medium-thick oil and you can tell it’s really nourishing on the roots after use, so I’d recommend double shampooing so you get all of the oil out. As I do use natural shampoos, I tend to get quite a bit of build-up as I’m not using stripping ingredients so using this once a week helps to clear my roots of any product build up and grease.

It costs £16.00 for a 100ml glass bottle which may seem pricey but you only need a small amount for your roots so it will last you a long time.

Have you tried Fushi’s oils?

You can get it from Naturisimo here.


*indicates PR sample

Ingredients: Organic Sesame Seed Oil (Sesamum Indicum), Triple infused Organic Brahmi Serum (Brahmi Herpestis), Organic Coconut Oil (Cocos nucifera), Organic Avocado Oil (Persea americana), Organic Sweet Almond Oil (Prunus dulcis), Organic Moroccan Argan Oil (Argania spinosa), Neem (Azadirachta Indica), Indian Jasmine Absolute EO (Jasminum grandiflorum), Vitamin E.

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  1. These ingredients sound lovely. I really like using hair oils to condition the tips of my hair. xx

    Posted 4.27.15
  2. Hi Amber,

    It's really nice to see more and more companies using organic ingredients! Thanks for introducing me to the brand.

    Besma (Curiously Conscious)

    Posted 4.27.15
  3. I've never used any oils on my hair before, only my Morrocan oil which I swear by, so might give this a go. My hair gets so damaged living in Qatar with the sun and harsh water. Hopefully I'll be able to order it in! Pearl & Peach x

    Posted 4.28.15
  4. This sounds beautfiul! This brand popped out recently and I'm intrigued by a few of their gems.

    Posted 4.29.15
  5. I'd like to try some products from Fushi, I don't use hair oil but I know they have lots of other products 😀

    Posted 4.29.15