Saturday, 13 April 2013

Review: Moroccanoil Oil Treatment


Hi ladies, I'm trying to get past my spout of 'bloggers block' at the moment as I don't know what's come over me recently but I've been finding it impossible to put words into a sentence and have them make some kind of sense! Too much uni work has been baffling my head and it's been 10 days since I last put up a proper post - that feels like forever! I hope you'll excuse my little absence and we'll get back into the swing of things ASAP. 

Soo.... Moroccan oil? Heard of it? Thought you might have! 

To clear up any confusion; 'Moroccanoil' is the name of the brand, and the product is called 'Oil Treatment', which is why it looks a bit odd calling it 'Morccanoil Oil Treatment', but hey - that's it's name. 

This famous little blue bottle has a 'seal of originality' over the cap, which Moroccanoil pride themselves on, and I'm pretty sure they're chuffed to bits with the fact that they've revolutionised hair care, making argan oil (or any kind of oil!) a key ingredient in a lot of people's daily hair routines, whether it's for care and treatment, or with styling. Oil no longer means slick and greasy, oil means nourishment and good quality care for our stressed out tresses. Moroccanoil is an industry sensation, used by professionals around the world and many women (such as myself) swear by it to transform hair that is dry and damaged, into soft, smooth, shiny and beautiful flowing locks. 


Where to buy? The site Feel Unique is the leading retailer for all sorts of products from this brand, from shampoo and conditioner, to hairspray, shine spray and conditioning masks, and you will be able to see everything that they offer by looking here. The bottle of the treatment itself is available in 2 different sizes to suit everybody's needs and budgets. This small 25ml bottle that I have here costs £12.85 and is great if you just want to dip your toe in the waters and see what you think of it, maybe use it for travel as it's a really small bottle that takes up no space at all, or even as a back up bottle for whatever reason. For me, I received this as a gift and it was pretty much perfect for everything that I needed, but now I know that I love it I have my heart set on buying the larger 100ml bottle when this has all run out (100ml bottle costs £30.45) - it's expensive but it's so worth it.

Why is it worth it? Why would you spend £30+ on a bottle of oil?.. Well, not only does the oil weightlessly leave the hair smoother, free from tangles and knots, with minimised frizz, it also improves the actual condition of the hair right down to the core, making it stronger with each use. I've been using this regularly since Christmas and my hair has never looked so good! Also, I can always tell on the days when I haven't used this as my hair is slightly more unruly and feels drier on the ends, although it's nothing compared to how it used to feel! I'm also only about 1/3 of the way through the bottle which gives you a good indication of how long lasting something like this can be; if a 25ml bottle will last me approximately 1 year, you'll be set for a long, long time with a 100ml bottle! That's enough oil to transform anybody's hair from awful to amazing with regular use. 

How to use: I pour quite a generous sized blob into the palm of my hand (about the size of a 50p and I've never experienced any greasiness with that much), rub my hands together and then massage the oil through the mid-lengths (bottom of ear downwards) of towel dried hair. Sometimes I'll go back for a little bit more and add some more onto the very ends as they've had some bleach damage and deserve some extra TLC. This oil doesn't leave your hands feeling sticky, slimey or greasy and it doesn't leave a residue in the hair either. I also love the smell of it too, it's quite a masculine and musky smell which is unique from most other hair products, but that makes it quite a signature scent. One more good point: it also helps to speed up the drying time of the hair as oil repels water particles, making them clear off out of the hair in half the time - always a bonus if you're using heat to dry your hair as it means less heat on the hair, therefore less damage, or if you're drying it naturally then that means less time with damp hair hanging around!

Here is what Moroccanoil® themselves have to say about their oil treatment:
"This treatment for hair completely transforms and repairs as its formula transports lost proteins for strength; fatty acids, omega-3 oils and vitamins for shine; and antioxidants for protection. It absorbs instantly to fill gaps in hair created by heat, styling and environmental damage".

Sounds good? It is good! Really good. You might think that £30, or even £12 is a lot of money to spend on something for your hair, but if looking after your hair is something that you really are interested in doing, either you're on a mission to grow it all the way down to your hips, or you're trying to reverse some damage from years of bleach to bring back a bit of shine then this is something worth trying. 

It hasn't got all of this hype for nothing!

19 comments:

  1. this stuff is expensive but I literally couldn't live without it! it's so incredible and haven't found anything to work quite as well x

    http://thebeautyvisual.blogspot.co.uk

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  2. Lovely review, I love the macadamia hair oil xx


    xelliealicex.blogspot.com

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  3. I've been dying to buy this for so long but putting it off due to the price, but this post has sealed the deal, I'm buying it ha. Although I might just buy the 25ml bottle if you think it will last that long! £12 for a year's worth of product is a bargain if you ask me x

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  4. I absolutely love my Moroccan Oil and although it is expensive, the bottle does last a long time. This is definitely a 'couldn't live without' product for me :) x

    http://beautyboxuk.blogspot.co.uk/

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  5. I have never tried Moroccanoil, I've always wanted to but you might have just pushed me over the edge to actually buy a bottle!
    Great review :)

    Emily x - prettypleaseprettyplease.blogspot.com

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  6. I love this so much, it's so worth the money and I am so glad I found it a year ago. I'd never not use it on my hair xx
    Gemma ♥ | Miss Makeup Magpie

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  7. This sounds so nice. This was a really great in depth review, thank you for writing it x

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  8. I really need to try this oil D: it sounds amazing :) x

    www.krystelcouture.com

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  9. so happy you tried this!! it's my all time favorite hair oil :D

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  10. so expensive but always wanted to try this, sounds amazing!
    x

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  11. I have nominated you on my latest post!
    http://shimmerlashes-x.blogspot.co.uk/2013/04/the-versatile-blogger-award.html
    Chloe xx

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  14. When I use moroccan hair oil, it work through the ends of my hair, avoiding my roots as this will make my hair look greasy. I highly recommend this product for hair fall problem.

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