A Moroccan Vacation

28 Dec

 

I am sure you are using or have heard about the Moroccan Oil hair products.  I have a sister that is an esthetician and she works in a salon that started carrying the products months ago.  She has been using them and has recommended that myself and my other sisters try it too.  So, I have been looking for something to help fight breakage since I am addicted to my flat-iron, and my hairstylist recommended trying the Moroccan Oil Treatment.  I have thin hair and I wash it every other day, I have to be careful about what products I put in it because they can make it greasy.  So, the idea of putting OIL in my hair made me a little nervous but I thought I would give it a try.  The Moroccan Oil Treatment comes in both the regular and light formula.  I bought the light formula since it is for Fine Color Treated Hair.  After washing my hair I just put a small, and I mean TINY amount on my finger tips and only apply to the ends of hair and then comb through.  Then you can style as usual.  After using the oil my hair was soft, smooth, and so SHINY!  The website says that the oil helps to control frizz, protects hair from environmental damage, detangles hair, smooths and shines hair, softens thick unruly hair, repairs damaged hair, nourishes scalp, and increases hair elasticity.  The oil is rich in vitamins and antioxidants and it is a treatment you can use everyday.  I recommend using this product because it really gives you the hair your see in magazines ads and it makes your hair so soft and shiny even after just one use!  Give your hair a vacation and take it to Morocco! ($16 www.moroccanoil.com)

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