I’ve had a few friends complain to me that Mira hair oil costs too much, even after reading all of the great Mira hair oil reviews on my site! Luckily, I’ve managed to convince quite a few of them that the cost is greatly outweighed by the benefits that Mira hair oil provides.
Even though Mira hair oil costs $79.99 per 4oz bottle (free shipping), it’s not that far out of line of similar products. Let’s compare it to some of the other products on the market (and keep in mind that the prices below do not include shipping, unlike Mira hair oil which comes with free shipping anywhere in the world):
Moroccan Oil costs $40 for a 3.4oz bottle that lasts about six months — but Moroccan Oil is used as a styling product, not as a treatment, so the amount that you use is only a fraction of the amount that you use with Mira hair oil. Not only that, but Moroccan Oil contains chemicals! When you’re trying to permanently restore your hair, you need to steer clear of chemicals.
Josie Maran Organic Argan Oil costs $96 for a 4oz bottle that lasts about two months if used in your hair. (The product can also be used on your skin.) Unlike Moroccan Oil, this oil is 100% natural.
Ojon Restorative Hair Treatment costs $33 for a 3.1oz tub that lasts about six months if used as a daily leave-in treatment. Although it contains mostly natural ingredients, there are a few questionable ones such as hydrogenated lecithin and benzyl benzoate. This is obviously cheaper than Mira hair oil, and it has quite a few good reviews on Sephora.com. The only downside is it may have to be used consistently to continue the results (much like a deep conditioner).
As you can see, there are other restorative hair products out there that are similar in price to Mira hair oil. I know that before I started using Mira hair oil, I was used to buying the cheapest, probably most chemical-laden hair products and couldn’t fathom the thought of spending a lot of money on hair treatments. (Funny, I had no problem destroying my hair with expensive hair color!) However, my mindset quickly changed when I saw the results.
If you’re on the fence about buying Mira hair oil because of the price, take a few minutes to look over your typical expenses to see if there is something you can cut down on for a month or two to make up for it. What about eating out one less day a week, skipping your morning Starbucks coffee, postponing purchasing a new shirt, or have happy hour at home with friends rather than at a bar? All of these things can be easily done and you’ll end up with beautiful hair to thank you!