Moroccan Oil: A Review

moroccan oilLadies, this is the cure. The cure for soft, shiny, moisturized hair that is. This Moroccan Oil Treatment is hands down, my holy grail hair product. I dabbled in hair masks, especially the Macadamia one, which I admit I still have a secret obsession with, but got frustrated quickly because you can’t use a hair mask everyday, and it adds significant time onto your shower routine. My beloved hairdresser, Heidi, uses Moroccan Oil products in her salon and after eyeing them for weeks, I decided to pick the most basic one up: the original oil.

This oil is fantastic for everyday use – I smooth one full pump throughout the entirety of my  damp hair after every wash before I blow dry it, and let me tell you, the results are insane in the membrane. My locks have become incredibly smooth and soft thanks to this little guy, and give off a healthy, natural shine. Despite the daily heat I apply on my hair via blow dryer/flat iron, I can truly tell that it has become more healthy. The way I like to think about it, Moroccan Oil is an Estee Lauder ANR, but for the hair, repairing the damage done by hot tools or the harsh environment and repairing the hair cuticle and cells with argan oil and proteins.

This product can be a bit tricky to track down if you aren’t near a salon that carries the brand, but usually Amazon carries the line. I bought it for around $30 I believe, but I would say it’s definitely worth every penny. I also believe it will last a long time, as I have used it every day for the past two months and have barely made a dent in the bottle!

Has anyone tried the Macadamia Healing Oil Treatment? I heard that was similar and I would love to know how they compare. Hmmm perhaps that will be my next hair-care purchase….


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