Tropic Skincare is the skincare range created by Susan Ma (from The Apprentice) and is 100% natural and organic. I have been using the Organic Luxury Oil for a couple of months now and was looking forward to trying it on my hair which has been drier than usually recently. When the oil arrived I was surprised to see that it wasn’t runny but then noticed on the bottle a note saying that it can solidify when it gets cold. As it was delivered when it was snowy, I didn’t think it was unreasonable that it was solid. It is easy enough to turn it back into a liquid – just leave it in a basin of hot water for a few minutes. In the few months since I’ve had the oil, there hasn’t been a day where it hasn’t solidified which is getting really annoying and puts me off using it! Even recently when it’s been up to 24°C, it hasn’t been warm enough for the oil to stay liquid.I love the design of the bottle and the oil smells lovely and fruity. It would be such a good product if it wasn’t such an effort melting (is that the right word?) it each time I want to use it! It means that I can’t just apply a little bit to get rid of frizz before I leave the house in the morning without leaving it in hot water first. And sometimes in the evenings I am too tired to wait for it to melt to use it as more of an overnight hair mask. When I do get around to using the oil a few days running it definitely does improve the condition of my hair so I really wish it didn’t solidify all the time! It seems especially good when I use it overnight.The oil costs £25 for 100ml and I would say it is worth it if you don’t mind melting it when you want to use it, or if you live somewhere warmer where it won’t solidify all the time! The oil itself is brilliant and I barely need to use any to see an effect on my frizz!