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Moroccanoil Oil Treatment

Moroccanoil Oil Treatment

3.6 from 39 reviews

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Amanda L

Amanda LSouth Australia

  • 6 reviews

Only Moroccan Oil to use

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This is the best Moroccan Oil I have used. After trying many that were full of silicone, fillers & made my hair dull, knotty & feel awful. You get what you pay for this is expensive but worth every bit. It lasts a long time as a little goes a fair way. I have very long hair it leaves it super shiny & smelling amazing.

Purchased in May 2019 at Price Attack for $61.50.

Smell
Hair Type Coloured and Dry
Causes Irritation No

kat

kat

  • 3 reviews

Nice but too expensive

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I’m always trying new haircare products, but nothing seems to work. They either make my hair fall out or are too heavy or too drying. I found this product to work well but it's too expensive!

Purchased in October 2018.

Value for Money
xtinesbeautyobsessions

xtinesbeautyobsessions

  • 5 reviews
  • 1 like

I Love This Product!!!

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Purchased in June 2010.

Value for Money
Smell
Hair Type Normal
Causes Irritation No
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Won’t use again

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Although this products makes the hair appear softer it is just a silicone shield. This product built up terribly on my hair and caused an itchy scalp even though I only used it on the ends of my hair. Won’t be buying again is not worth the money.


Grace

GraceStrathalbyn

  • 2 reviews

Fantastic

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Has saved many of my clients Hair over the years. Fantastic product. I use on my own hair on a daily basis, would definitely recommend to others with damaged or dry hair.


Rose

RoseMelbourne

  • 11 reviews
  • 10 likes

Not worth the money

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I've tried this product to understand why it's so famous and if it would really make my hair less frizzy (I've got thick, dark hair). It smells really good, exotic and delightful. Left my hair soft but the frizz was still there. I had to style them wit a straightener as usual. I don't mind using products that have cyclopentasiloxane (basically silicone) as first ingredient, as long as they work... but it doesn't! I Have the same result using some coconut oil, smells delicious and it's perfect for whom prefers natural products. I use it when I go to the beach to keep my long hair protected from sun and salty water.


Made my scalp itchy

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On the first wash this made my scalp itch, i had previously used KMS and professional products, and as sold this RUBBISH at a hairdresser I don't normally go to for the ridiculous price of 60 dollars. Waste of money!


Do not use! 100% fake

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I'm sorry but you are all stupid! Moroccan oil is purely cosmetic and builds up on the hair. All it is doing in the end is drying out your hair and causing breakage and damage. It feels nice at first due to the silicon, but after a while it will begin to break. Also if you have moroccan oil in when you bleach your hair, it will cause the bleach to swell very quickly, and your hair will heat up suddenly and pretty much cause all of your hair to snap off. Have seen it happen too many times! Also causes hair to turn brassy (for blondes). Do not use! Go to your hairdresser and buy professional products.

Amazing!

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Been using moroccanoil for around a year now and its amazing! I tried all other frizz control products and nothing gave me the same effect! I have thick frizzy hair and I just put it on after washing it when my hairs wet and wether I blowdry it in or just leave to dry naturally it always leaves me with no frizz and such a nice shine too! LOVE IT!!!

Don't waste your money

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Ok so I bought this product thinking it would help my hair but only after a few days I realised it was doing quite the opposite ! It feels nice and as if it's helping your hair get healthier but the product isn't actually going into your hair and rather coating it and drying it also!
Such a waste of money can't believe I just spent 50 buks on this!


Sophieschoice

SophieschoiceBrisbane

  • 6 reviews
  • 2 likes

Overrated

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I was really disappointed with this hyped up product. It did nothing to improve the condition of my hair, all it did was leave a greasy film. It smelt nice, but that was the only benefit. I have fine, limp, and very dry hair so maybe it's better for a different hair type.


Blackroze

BlackrozeAU

  • 20 reviews

Didn't suit my hair at all...

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I have really thick curly hair, I can say I've tried so many different types of hair oil all in the hope it would give my hair some shine...sadly this oil was no different.
I tried it on dry hair and on wet & it still left my hair quite dry and brittle with not even the 'illusion' of looking moisturised. It's a shame because the oil is light and smells divine.

I have very dry hair, so maybe it would work better on fine hair?
Smells lovely, nice texture
Just didn't give my hair any shine at all. Still frizzy.


MissAlissa

MissAlissaQueensland, Australia

  • 3 reviews
  • 3 likes

Pretty good

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I personally recommend to only use two pumps on the ends of damp/wet hair, I don't like putting it on dry hair. It has improved my hair personally especially, I am using a cheaper shampoo and conditioner so I'd like to know what the combination of a good shampoo/conditioner does with this product. Expensive hair product (for me as I don't splurge on beauty too much).


Peachii

PeachiiBrisbane

Not a fan

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When I first started using Moroccan oil it was wonderful. I had a hair cut the day before and they had used Moroccan oil as my treatment, so I went and bought some. I used to straighten my hair a lot before I cut it short and started growing it long again. Now I just put my hair in a pony tail almost every day and only straighten my fringe. I would have thought with less straightening, only washing my hair every 2-3 days and using the shampoo, conditioner and oil in my hair that it would have made my hair stronger. Instead it is dry, brittle, breaking and constantly falling out.

simmo032

simmo032australia

Ok at first

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Ive been using this product for ages at first I loved it but now my hair just seems to be so dry and horrible the oil does nothing but coat your hair and smother it so no conditioning treatments can get into your hair , i wont be buying this product again and after reading this review on it [link removed] ........I definately wont be
When I first started using it made my hair smooth and feel really soft
After months of use your hair turns in to dry straw

Baaaad

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Most people love this product! But i dont. Made my hair split and dry. I hated it so much i felt like throwing it out the window. My hair hates alot of things because it is so damadged from swimming.Maybe because my hair was thick but i would never buy it again. Save your money :(

Cost heaps and doesn't work

1 comment

Use Kerastase Solie brand shampoo and conditioner in a dark red bottle - not in a magenta bottle, but red - it neutralizes chlorine and salt from either pool or ocean swimming.


Highly Recommended

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I purchased this bottle about a month ago . and i can honestly say that i love it . I have very curly hair , i had not straightened my hair in over 3 years due to the fact that it would look dry and it would take too long to straight(1+hour) . and on top of that it would only be straight for maybe 3 hours then it would curl or frizz.

This oil is heavenly . I straighten my hair now in 30, is straight all day , and makes it shiny and look healthy . It is pricey but you don't use much so it is totally worth the price . I will be buying this over and over again . It smells great and doesn't feel heavy or very thick .
Smell, feel, and texture . end result .


Love love!

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This ruined my hair! Not for blondes.

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To begin with my hair was on the verge of snapping, blonde being very high maintenance, I decided to purchase a bottle of moroccan oil as I had heard how good it was.
Being a hairdresser I have to use a lot of equipment and products in my hair, and I need something to help keep it healthy.

After about 6 months of using this my hairs condition worsened. It became so brittle that when I would blowdry my hair it would be all over my basin as it had snapped off. I had to have a pixie cut as a result of moroccan oil ruining my hair.
A GHD heats up to almost 300 degrees and putting hair coated in oil between those hot plates really took its toll
Not a fan at all.
It healed my dermatitis
Expensive and now I have to have short hair :(

4 comments
Chanie Rasmussen
Chanie Rasmussen

Dont you think it just might be your ghd alone that ruined your hair... Heat ruins hair in general and if your hair was already damaged, then how do you know it was the oil?

Sophie_Louise
Sophie_Louise
ana
ana

Thinks about it. You are putting an oil in your hair and then basically frying it with heat. Of course your hair will break off, what did you expect? Argon oil is best put in the night before you wash your hair.


wn0873

wn0873Victoria, Australia

  • 10 reviews
  • 6 likes

Divine stuff

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I found this product years ago & although I use it daily, I am only on my second bottle. A little really does go a long way. It smells divine & I have found it not only useful in taming flyaways & frizzy hair, but after using dry shampoo which tends to make my hair brittle. This tames it right down!
smells awesome, only need to use a tiny bit, really does make your hair smoother and shinier
quite expensive


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Questions & Answers

The Special One

The Special Oneasked

is this oil also suitable for healing of skin and scars?

2 answers
MsMag
MsMag

No, this is hair oil

Joni
Joni

If you're looking for pigmentation or scar healing for skin try rosehip oil. Kosmea have an excellent product on the market


Pamela94

Pamela94asked

Where can I purchase Pro Naturals Argan Morrocan Oil in Australia?

2 answers
fathima
fathima

you can but it at www.morrocanoil.com or at ebay

Hasna
Hasna

www.argangreen.co.za stocks pure organic argan oil.


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