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Excellent Hair Product for Dry Hair,
This review is from: Pure Argan Oil. 100% Organic. 100ml. For Face Body Hair Nails (Misc.)Am so pleased to have found a company that are not asking over the odds for this gift of nature. Argan oil is the active ingredient in many over priced salon versions that stick in a bit of fragrance and charge almost three times the price at a massive mark up.
Had friendly reassuring response from Billy in the Tree to confirm my order, which arrived very promptly. Nicely yet not over packaged, this oil is a life saver for very dry coarse hair. This one comes with a dropper but am decanting into pump action spray bottle to mist my hair lightly with it after towel drying, as it makes it go further. It is better though to store the majority of it in the tinted bottle it came in to preserve it's shelf life, and you can always rub it into your hands then hair (conditioning the hands at the same time.
I leave this product in rather than rinsing, hence misting it, to keep it light, but i do have very dry thick long coarse n curly hair. It leaves my hair feeling soft, looking shinier as well as keeping the frizz at bay for a few days between washes.
Perhaps due to water repelling properties, I'm not sure how, but it definately does take much less time to dry my hair after using this too! If you're looking for a better value product than the Morroccan Oil from the salon, this ones worth atry for any frizz heads out there!
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Initial post: 11 Oct 2011 15:15:16 BDT
J. Veronica says:
I bought the Moroccan oil and it does make the hair look nice and less frizzy, but my scalp doesn't like it so I am looking for genuine Argan oil. I will definitely try using a spray bottle too! Sounds like an excellent idea. Thanks for the tip!! :)
Posted on 11 Jan 2012 20:55:09 GMT
Nell Gwynn says:
Hi do you know if this can be used on coloured hair?
In reply to an earlier post on 7 Aug 2013 14:10:14 BDT
Is this not genuine 'pure' argan oil anyway?
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