Every year it seems organic trends gain more followers as people become conscious consumers, advocating an earthy lifestyle that has spurred strong demand for ethical and natural products and practices. One such product is argan oil.
Endemic to Morocco, the nut-bearing argan tree serves many purposes: animal feed, lumber, and oil (and is an especially popular source of food for goats). Argan oil is part of the Moroccan diet as olive oil is to Italians, one might say. Moroccans use it as a dip for bread and as a seasoning for pasta and couscous. For the rest of the world, argan oil is gaining popularity as a personal care product, particularly for hair, as it is a good source of vitamin E and fatty acids. What must be good for your tummy must also be good for your hair.
Thanks to argan oil’s growing reputation as a fantastic hair care product, you don’t have to go all the way to Morocco and duke it out with the goats to try its natural magic. Moroccanoil has become one of the most visible brands in the hair care industry today because of the versatility of its products (serving all hair types), the high quality of its treatment line, and its strong branding.
Moroccanoil promises to make any hair type smooth and fuss-free, keeping the tangles at bay without that greasy feeling other hair oils and conditioners have. Safe for daily use in small amounts, you can apply Moroccanoil on dry hair to moisturize it and make it shiny or on wet hair before drying. Most, if not all, Moroccanoil products contain silicones which protect hair from heat styling and moisture loss while simultaneously making hair smoother, more radiant, and manageable.
Morrocanoil’s extensive hair treatment roster contains its smoothing and clarifying shampoos and conditioners, curling and styling creams and mousses, hairsprays, shine and frizz control serums, smoothing and hydrating masks, volume and moisture repair essentials, and even its own line of hair brushes. This line is available in regular and travel-sized bottles so you won’t have to worry about your hair when you’re on the go. The easier question would be what doesn’t Moroccanoil have when it comes to hair care?
The reviews on Moroccanoil products have been generally positive. While it’s more expensive than regular drugstore products, Moroccanoil is worth the extra expense as it effectively tames frizzy hair—curly or straight, thick or fine—and is reliable for quick fixes, even in the most humid weather where you’ll really see the wonderful effects of this product. A dime-sized amount goes a long way to achieve salon-gorgeous hair at home. The Moroccanoil Treatment line also doesn’t leave hair feeling greasy and weighed down unlike some products in the market. Plus, it smells great.
Loyal users warn first-time buyers of counterfeit Moroccanoil products. Many complain of packaging and shipping mishaps and urge others to buy from known stores and sellers.
To conclude, Morrocanoil is a godsend for women who regularly colour, curl, and doctor their hair. A week using Moroccanoil can do wonders to treated roots and strands, making them look healthy, smooth, and full of volume. Those goats sure knew how to spot a winner.
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