Moroccanoil Review

It’s been a little chilly these past few weeks so the heating has promptly been turned on at home. I love the feeling of being warm and toasty but at the same time it’s bad news for my hair, so I bought some Moroccanoil to give my hair some TLC!

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I’ve heard so many great things about Moroccanoil over the past year but the price seemed quite steep for hair oil. However whilst having a browse online I found the smaller 25ml bottle so decided to give that a go first before taking the plunge and getting the full size.

I’ve been using a few drops of the Moroccanoil on damp, roughly towel dried hair before blow drying and it’s been working absolute wonders! Once dry my hair feels soft, tangle free and there’s a light scent too which is comforting. I only use the Moroccanoil on the ends of my hair as I think this is where it’s needed the most.

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You can buy Moroccanoil from selected hair salons or online at Feel Unique. The 25ml bottle is £12.85 and the 100ml bottle is £30.45 which I’ll definitely been looking to invest in!

Have you tried Moroccanoil? Are you currently using any hair oil type products?

Love Sophia xo

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9 thoughts on “Moroccanoil Review

    1. Sophia Post author

      What’s the difference between the light version and the original? I haven’t tried Simply Argan or the Macadamia Oil, but have heard of them 🙂 Will have to try them out too! xx

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  2. Loren

    I always use Moroccanoil light treatment. Its a much lighter constituency than the original formula so perfect for fine hair like mine. You can buy it in the same 25ml size too to see if you like it first.

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    1. Sophia Post author

      I’ve seen the light versions of the Morrocanoil! My hair is more on the thick side though so will probably just stick to the original formula 🙂

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