Moroccanoil® Treatment Original
4.65 / 5 based on 12,764 Reviews
Get the silky, shiny and healthy hair you've always wanted. Moroccanoil Treatment is the product that pioneered oil-infused hair care and created the worldwide buzz on argan oil. The original foundation for hairstyling, Moroccanoil Treatment can be used as a conditioning, styling and finishing tool. Infused with antioxidant-rich argan oil and shine—boosting vitamins, this completely transformative hair treatment detangles, speeds up drying time and boosts shine—leaving you with nourished, manageable and smooth hair with each use. Outshine the
How To use:
Apply 1–2 pumps of Moroccanoil® Treatment to clean, towel-dried hair, from mid-length to ends. Blow-dry or let dry naturally. Apply on dry hair to tame flyaways, condition split ends and smooth hair.
TIP: Mix a few drops of Moroccanoil Treatment with Moroccanoil Intense Hydrating Mask, Weightless Hydrating Mask or Restorative Hair Mask for added nourishment.
Key Ingredients : Argan Oil: Extremely Rich In Tocopherols (Vitamin E), Essential Fatty Acids And Antioxidants That Hydrate And Nourish The Hair.
Linseed Extract: Derived From Flaxseed, A Good Source Of Alpha Linolenic Acid—also An Essential Fatty Acid That Helps Improve The Health Of Hair.
All Ingredients: Cyclomethicone, Dimethicone, Argania Spinosa (Argan) Kernel Oil, Parfum/Fragrance, Linum Usitatissimum (Linseed) Seed Extract, Ci 26100 (Red 17), Ci 47000 (Yellow 11). Mot01
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Moroccanoil® Treatment Original
I love this treatment! I was told to use it to help with my damaged ends of my hair. It smells very nice as well and makes your hair extremely soft. I was also told it helps keep colored hair protected!
As a Hair Stylist recommending good quality oil this is number one, but number two when it's oil in general. The Paul Mitchel Marula Oil is better and comes in a more sleek looking bottle and even comes with a dropper. The pump on the Moroccan oil is super messy. As a Stylist it is also easier to get the Paul Mitchel Marula oil than Moroccan oil.
I love Moroccan oil, makes my hair feel so soft, look sleek and shiny. I have dark brown hair, but I have ombré right now so some of my hair is caramel colored. This oil is everything I could want in a hair oil!
I love how silky-smooth this product makes my hair feel. A little goes a long way so you don't need to go crazy with it, because that will cause it will become too greasy. I I like to start with a little an add more if needed. The pump is also great in order to create easier application
Not only does this product make your hair smell delicious, but it also makes it softer than anything else. The oil never leaves your hair looking, well, oily, but rather smooth and silky.
This is the best oil treatment out there. I used to bleach my hair all the time and my hair was dry and almost felt like hay! This stuff made it like new again , I couldn't stop touch my hair. It smells great and works amazing .
My hair tends to look fried on occasion due to straightening and coloring. This oil has worked wonders on my hair. It tames the frizz and leaves it silky and shiny. It is not overly priced and I can find it in most stores. I would definitely recommend this product.
Smells divine and it's light enough to use on my fine, wavy, color treated hair. I smooth it through my damp ends and let it air dry. If I am having a particularly frizzy day or if my ends are feeling straw-y, I will smooth a bit of the product through my ends as a finisher.
I absolutely love this for my bleach blonde hair! A little bit goes a long way... a few drops in my hand, I rub my hands together and target my ends while my hair is damp - and voila! I don't use a blow dryer (solely air dry my hair) and find when I don't use this oil I'm more frizzy.
This makes my long dry hair so soft and nice feeling. Hair oils are a big thing right now. I hate putting it on though, because it makes my hands all oily and gross. I wish someone would figure out how to make hair oil work in a spray bottle.
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