Moroccanoil, also known as Argan oil, is a popular hair treatment for both men and women. But do you know what the fuss is all about?
Moroccanoil, which is made from the fruit of the Argan tree, contains various fatty acids that make it a natural antioxidant. It also contains Vitamin E, another antioxidant, which makes not only good for use on the hair, but also on the skin and in cooking.
So what can it do to help your hair?
Since it is rich in Vitamin E and omega-3 and omega-9 fatty acids, Moroccanoil can smooth out dry, frizzy hair without making it look greasy. Just a few drops smoothed over the hair will help control unruly hair and tame flyaways.
Prevent Split Ends
Split ends can be an issue, particularly for dry hair, as it grows longer. Regular application of Moroccanoil can help reduce split ends, as it penetrates the hair shafts and strengthens each strand of hair. Over time, it helps hair to grow stronger and longer.
Just as Moroccan oil can prevent future damage, it can also repair past damage. The antioxidant properties in the oil help strengthen damaged hair and moisturize it from the follicle to the tip. It also prevents future hair loss and improves hair’s overall elasticity.
Many styling products like gels, sprays and mousses can leave your hair feeling sticky or greasy. But lightweight Moroccanoil can protect your hair from the damage of heat styling, while also creating a smooth finish and a strong hold for both straight and curly hair.
Hair can lose its natural shine from a variety of factors, from the environment to your diet. But adding Moroccanoil to your hair, helps restore its natural shine and softness because of its moisturizing properties.
Since Moroccanoil comes from the fruit of the Argan tree, which only grows in Morocco and takes 30-50 years to produce fruit, it is a rare and valuable product. It can be expensive, but it is important to make sure you are getting 100% pure Moroccanoil. Be sure to check the ingredients on the label and verify that it comes in a dark glass container, as any exposure to light can break down the oil’s properties and render it useless.