Do you have beauty products that you just always go back to without even thinking? I do, which is why I am surprised I haven’t shared my love for this hair saviour in a Moroccanoil Treatment review before!
I have used the Moroccanoil Treatment on and off for years now and I always gravitate back to this oil. As I have parched, bleached hair it can tame my bushy mop in 1 swift go leaving me looking sleek and well coiffed.
Moroccanoil really kickstarted the hair oil movement coming to the forefront of mainstream beauty, of course there had been brands before them but most of what you could readily get hold of were serums. Same kind of principal but take a walk down the hair care aisle of your local Boots or Superdrug and most of the big hitters now carry an oil in their line.
Packed full of pure Argan, the oil is renowned for being full of vitamins, fatty acids and antioxidants which combine to be benefit your hair and even your skin.
I have tried the larger bottle (£31.85) as they work out as the most cost effective purchases but let’s be real here – it’s expensive. I was going through it like no tomorrow. The handy dandy pump worked a treat for quick styling but I was using far too much. A little goes a long way ladies.
For a while now, I have been buying the smaller travel sized bottles (£13.45) as I am more controlled in pouring a tiny dab out. Yes, I could buy the big one and decant it but i’m both clumsy and lazy! If you are worried about the original oil being too heavy for your hair but you still need a little something something, you can now pick up the oil in a Moroccanoil Treatment Light version too.
Even with my straw like blonde hair, I only need the tiniest amount to run through the mids and ends of damp hair before styling and then either another dab before straightening or to finish off the style. As a little goes a long way, the product is quickly soaked up in to the hair to help it look nourished and smooth. You’d not be able to tell you hammer those heat products on a daily basis!
I have tried a few other things from the Moroccanoil range but hand on heart, the only real gem for me is the Moroccanoil Treatment but the Intense Hydrating Mask is pretty damned good.
I’ve bought pure Argan Oil from Morocco and I’ve tried their main competitors but at the end of the day I still always come back round to the Moroccanoil Treatment.