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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Hair Treatments -Moroccanoil -Moroccan Oil Treatment

on 12/5/2018 2:22:00 PM


Does nothing for my hair. Makes the ends sticky & crunchy.

Shampoo -Moroccanoil -Hydrating Shampoo

on 12/2/2018 11:18:00 AM


I love this shampoo. However, it really is not meant as a stand-alone, following with conditioner is a must. It doesn’t lather like I was used to -it’s missing sulfate, phosphate and parabens. The more water you use with it, the better your lather will be. After using just shampoo, your hair will feel like straw and that’s the one thing I hate. But once you’ve used the conditioner (ne d less than you would think) it will feel like silk. So if you’re looking to use just a shampoo you can lather up and go, this product will annoy you. If you use conditioner and rinse it really well, use a wet brush first- it’s really good. I get compliments a lot on how glossy and rich my hair looks.

Shampoo -Moroccanoil -Moisture Repair Shampoo

on 11/5/2018 10:43:00 AM


I bought this at my hair salon-can’t believe they sell this stuff. After I wash with this, I can’t get a wet brush through my hair, unless I use a ton of conditioner. Turns my oily thin hair into straw.

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Hair Treatments -Moroccanoil - Light

on 10/20/2018 1:57:00 PM


Hands down the best hair oil I have ever tried, and believe me I have tried many. Drugstore ones, in my experience, you should not even bother with unless you have great hair to begin with. High end ones tend to be better, but still leave a lot to be desired. This one is super expensive, but it gives results. It doesn't play around. It doesn't just sit there and look glossy. It actually softens the hair instantly. I can literally feel my hair texture change as it transfers from my fingers to my strands. I haven't used it long enough to be able to tell if it can make any lasting change, but so far I don't see why I'd ever try another hair oil after this. It smells divine which is a bonus. For the record, I have thin, color processed hair that breaks extremely easily and is always dry on the ends, even right after a trim.

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Lotions/ Creams -Moroccanoil -Night Body Serum

on 9/18/2018 6:39:00 AM

MoroccanOil has been my go-to haircare brand for over ten years and counting.  I use everything, shampoo, conditioner, hair conditioning masks, the original Moroccanoil hair treatment oil, dry shampoo, hair spray, hot iron protector spray, hand lotions, and even some of their sunscreens.  When Moroccan Oil released their Night Body Serum I picked it up planning to use it on days my skin feels super dry, and in the Minnesota winter when skin everywhere ALWAYS feels dry.  I was a little bummed to see that the first ingredient wasn't argan oil, but instead dimethicone.  Dimethicone is okay but I was looking for more of an oily-serum.  Because of the thick texture a little of this DOES NOT go a long way.  At $62 dollars a bottle it is difficult to spend that much when a bottle will probably only last me a month at the most.  If you will use this sparingly, or money isn't an object, this won't be an issue, but I go through body lotion, especially in the winter, very very fast.  That was my biggest disappointment with the MoroccanOil Night Body Serum.  I will save the rest for winter but would not repurchase because of how fast I will go though this.  My video review can be seen here:

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