Moroccanoil is a beauty brand founded by former salon owner Carmen Tal in 2008. It started with argan oil hair products and has since expanded to skin care as well. They are available online and in salons nationwide.

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69% would repurchase

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Styling Products -Moroccanoil -Curl Defining Cream

on 3/22/2019 8:39:00 PM


This defines curls very well but man, the scent is at a 10 and they need to dial it back to a 4. Seriously, if I wanted a hair perfume, I would've bought one. And while this performs very well, it contains silicones and is overall too expensive for my taste.

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Hair Treatments -Moroccanoil -Moroccan Oil Treatment

on 3/13/2019 4:22:00 PM


I have very curly hair. After I wash my hair I put a nickle size drop on my hair of 100% pure argan oil. (No other ingredients, just the oil.) It is the only oil I have tried that absorbs into my hair. Then I put moroccan oil on. This makes my hair soft and relaxes the curl. My hair texture would be like straw if I did not use these 2 things.

2 of 3 people found this helpful.

Shampoo -Moroccanoil -Moisture Repair Shampoo


BUYER BEWARE! Moroccanoil Moisture Repair Shampoo (plus conditioner and mask) made my hair a freaky HOTMESS!

I used this and two other products from this line for two months and the build up of silicones and protein forced me to cut off nearly 4.5 inches of my hair. This product made my hair stiff like a straw of hay, frizzy and completely unmanagable while also turning it an oily hot mess. My scalp became itchy and I began to get acne where there isn't usually any. Also the pigments of shock colors do not stick to my hair anymore due to the built-up. Earlier I could dye my hair with them and the colors would turn up vibrant and beautiful. After only few weeks of use, the maintanance coloring did nothing to my hair. Now I have this dull looking red to purple to blue gradient on my hair.

Only thing good about this product is that it made my hair smell fantastic but I'd rather have my hair smell like an animal farm than keep using it for that reason alone.

Fortunately I only wash my hair few times a week so the built up on my scalp and hair is not that severe especially now that the worst of it is gone. Yet, it only took two months of seldom use to ruin my hair.

I knew I should have trusted my instincts. I knew it contained silicones, I knew the marketing surrounding it made it too good to be true, but it only took one great offer to make me fall for it.

I hate this product, I hate this brand.

2 of 2 people found this helpful.

Conditioner -Moroccanoil -Extra Volume Conditioner

on 1/24/2019 10:35:00 AM

I really like this conditioner. I tend to stay away from volumizing conditioners, even though my fine hair could use some volume, because they're often drying. This was gifted to me and I thought I'd give it a try. I'm close to finishing the bottle, which says a lot. It leaves my hair with a smooth, slightly bouncy finish, with that glorious scent. It's not a powerhouse in terms of moisture; if you need a lot of moisture this product probably isn't going to cut it. But I'm glad to have found a product that does seem to accomplish the seemingly impossible - moisture plus volume.

Shampoo -Moroccanoil -Fleur de Rose Moisture and Shine Shampoo

on 1/15/2019 11:33:00 PM


This is $26...but I have repurchased it a few times because I am obsessed with the pure rose scent and how silky and soft it makes my hair. This may not work for very oily haired girls, I have fine hair but it’s color treated and I hear style it a few times a week so I love this gentle shampoo. The conditioner stinks (literally smells like ACV) and didn’t even defangle my hair, but the shampoo is a winner for sure!

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