Beauty fans are swearing by this £2.99 ‘anti-frizz’ hair oil – and it's available on Amazon

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With so many hair oils on the market, it can be tough to know which one to buy.

But shoppers are claiming that a £2.99 hair oil is the “best around”, because they’re so impressed with its ability to tame frizz. The Inecto Naturals Divine Shine Hair Oil is an Amazon bestseller, receiving almost exclusively five star reviews from happy shoppers.

It’s described as “protective lightweight styling and finishing oil spray” that “adds extra gloss, shine and moisture”. The oil is infused with pure organic coconut oil too.

Inecto Naturals Divine Shine Hair Oil, 100ml (opens in new tab)

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One review read: “Simply amazing. Tames any frizz, doesn't weigh the hair down, smells sweet and is cheap! The best hair product ever.”

Another said that the spray was great for dry hair, adding: “Can not recommend this stuff enough! I’ve had my hair bleached a few times so at times it feels dry, but as I’ve been using this my hair has felt so much softer and shinier aswell. Even my hair dresser has noticed !! Worth every penny.”

It’s also good for those with naturally curly hair, with one review reading: “Makes my curly hair look so healthy!! It looks so shiny, and only a small amount is needed at a time, Also, the oil smells great! Amazing for natural hair.”

The hair oil is available on Amazon, and is currently priced at £2.48. This is a £1.51 saving from the RRP, so get it at that price whilst you still can! If you want to stock up, you can buy a pack of three for £12.83.

Another popular Amazon hair product is this hairbrush (opens in new tab), with customers claiming it leaves their hair “noticeably healthier and shinier”.

So if these amazing reviews are anything to go buy, perhaps the brush and hair oil could be your go-to combo for healthy looking, smoother hair.

Lucy Buglass is a Digital Writer specialising in TV, film and lifestyle content and has written for What's On TV, GoodtoKnow and Whattowatch.com. She's passionate about entertainment and spends most of her free time watching Netflix series, BBC dramas, or going to the cinema to catch the latest film releases. In her spare time, she writes film and television reviews for JumpCut Online and her own blog, Lucy Goes To Hollywood.