Renewing Argan Oil of Morocco

When I was growing up, oiling your hair was the most uncool thing to do. My mum would beg me to oil my hair at least once a week, but I couldn’t be seen with my hair all sticky, even in the privacy of my own home. Then came the oil revolution and suddenly oiling your hair was the hip thing to do and all the rage.
Hair masks, hair oils and hair serums became the new old-age way to take care of your hair. Sesame oil, coconut oil, almond oil, olive oil and the new talk of the town, the argan oil, which by the looks of it, is here to stay..

So I decided to give it a go, specially after my hairdresser told me, my hair had been getting drier. So I popped straight in a pharmacy and got myself this beautiful baby, Reneweing Argan Oil of Morocco, by Ogx…and here are my comments about it.

The product has the consistency of a serum, with a translucent oil-like colour and the scent is sweet but almost unnoticeable.

I have medium length hair and I needed just a large drop of it. Rub it lightly in your hand and massage onto wet hair, and voila…your hair suddenly look nourished and considerably tame.

The product is somewhat frizz-resistant but it is non-sticky, and doesnt weigh your hair down, so you can keep your volume, and style, all with the benefits of the argan oil.

I regularly use hair serums, but this one takes the cake as its effects dont wash away with shampoo but with regular use, your hair does look better, softer and calmer in the long run. So that is my kind of product to say the least.

Time to visit the hairdresser to show my renewed mane šŸ˜‰


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