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Moroccanoil Treatment Oil

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Moroccan Oil Hair Treatment Review

The Good
  • Gives hair a healthy sheen immediately
  • Gets absorbed quickly
  • Good for color treated hair also
  • Can be applied on dry or wet hair
  • Rich in anti-oxidan
The Bad
  • Loaded with chemicals
  • Regular serum
  • Over hyped product
  • If gone overboard can make hair greasy
Moroccanoil Oil Treatment Review

The Good
  • Leaves hair looking smoother, shinier & healthier
  • No residue
  • No stickiness
  • No greasiness
  • A little goes a long way
The Bad
  • Expensive
  • Has an odd smell (it’s not unpleasant, but I can see some people not liking it)
  • Contains silicone
Moroccanoil Treatment

The Good
  • It is the lightest oil I have ever used, leaving no product buildup or greasy residue
  • It’s also awesome for detangling. The other day, after a particularly interesting night out, I washed my hair while hungover and inadvertently created a huge weave dreadlock at the back of my head
  • I used this oil to help tease out the knots and it was great. It’s also good for eliminating frizz, and it gives tired curls a new lease of life
  • I use it to moisturise my natural hair, and it lasts a long time. It gives the hair a healthy sheen, not shine and is absorbed quickly. I prefer to use it on dry hair but it can also be used while the hair is wet
The Bad
  • It will make you a snarling snappy wreck when you buy it, because all your friends will want to use ‘a bit’, and will end up emptying the bottle
  • I’m also not too keen on the smell, it was a little too sickly sweet for my taste
Review: Moroccanoil Treatment Vs. Biosilk

The Good
  • It’s a dry oil, it’s not greasy
  • For all hair types
  • Doesn’t weight down the hair at all
  • You only need a very small, pea size, amount of product to distribute it evenly on the hair, starting with the ends
  • It hydrates & nourishes the hair
  • Gives hair a nice, smooth texture
  • Prevents hair from tangling
  • Gives shine to the hair
  • Tames the frizz
  • Can be applied on wet or dry hair
  • Smells divine
The Bad
  • Harder to use it from the bottle, you have to open and close the cap and it’s easy to pour more than you need if you are not careful
The 6 Best Moroccanoil Hair Oil Treatment

The Good
  • Adds moisture and shine
  • Controls frizz
  • Works for all hair types
  • Improves overall hair health
  • Free from sulfates
  • Cruelty-free
The Bad
  • Highly-priced
  • Heavily fragranced

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