Argania Hair Care Range - Review

Wednesday, January 23, 2013


If like myself you have found yourself a little enamored with Moroccan Oil then you may want to check out a slightly more pocket friendly yet just as effective Moroccan Argan Oil brand that is easily found in
Boots stores, say hello to the Argania Hair Care range.

Like most I am trying to grow my hair so in turn I'm all about nourishing and taking good care of my hair particularly the ends but the more it grows the more troublesome it has become.
Not a day goes by that I don't awaken to head full of knots that even my Tangle Teaser struggles to solve
so when a long haired friend shared her hair care secret straight to Boots I trotted.

Unlike other Argan oil products I have tested out over the past few months this brand has a rather nice vanilla scent (sweet, a little like ice-cream) and as my good friend promised when the shampoo and conditioner are use together my hair is certainly much easier to brush and style.
The shampoo cleanses without drying or stripping the hair but is also effective enough to remove product build up, the conditioner is deeply nourishing and leaves my hair feeling super soft without turning it into some Katy Perry inspired cotton woo nightmare.

The oil itself I can live without it is a little too heavy for my preference but if you have really damaged hair it does make a great deep repairing treat either or dry hair as a pre-shampoo treatment or on wet hair to seal any splint ends and add a little sheen.

Argania Hair Care Range gets a thumbs up from me!
Argania Hair Care Range from £7.99 via Boots - link

12 comments:

  1. I have tried the shampoo & conditioner but not the oil. I really liked the conditioner - I used it up really quickly. The shampoo was just okay for me. I think its good value and well worth checking out.

    I first saw these on LaaLaa's blog Dolce Vanity :-)

    xx

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  2. I have the oil to try (its so expensive though!) I think I'll have to give these a go now too!

    Jen xx
    http://kitsch-n-sync.blogspot.com

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  3. This looks really nice and affordable and will have to keep an eye out :) im on abit of a budget at the moment so trying not spend as frantic as i was.

    Love Emily xx

    http://love-x-beauty.blogspot.co.uk/

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  4. ive not tried anything from this range, they look nice though, great review!:)

    http://laurenlovesmakeupxoxo.blogspot.co.uk/

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  5. I just started using Moroccan oil and well.. i think I'm addicted :P I might start using some of the products from this range !

    http://hevastyle.blogspot.co.uk/

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  6. OK, now you've mentioned the smell I am feeling so inclined to try! Does it contain SLS?

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  7. They have a light version of the oil that is not heavy at all. I have even used it on my fine hair when it was dry!

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  8. They have a light version of the oil that is not heavy at all. I have even used it on my fine hair when it was dry!

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  9. Would love to try this!

    http://alittlebitunique.blogspot.co.uk/

    x

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  10. I really love it. I am finding the review of this product and got it. Its very impressive. i want this Best hair care products.

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  11. This look really nice. I have tried using Reloxe for regrowing my hair to maintain and to keep my hair healthy! Anyways nice blog!

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  12. For hair that is dry/damaged – and desperately in need of love – I perform a regular deep conditioning treatment! A mixture of 4 tablespoons of conditioner and 3 tablespoons of cold pressed virgin Coconut Oil from Merit VCO works wonders for me! My hair feels so much healthier afterwards, and since using it, it’s almost dandruff-free! I simply work it into myhair when damp, towel wrap, and leave to work its magic for around 2 hours, before rinsing. I treat my hair to this ‘healing session’ every other week, although it would be even more beneficial to do so weekly. Depending on the extent of damage, you might even want to skip the conditioner, applying only Coconut Oil.

    Since discovering Aloe vera gel and coconut oil I have not looked back. I really recommend giving it a go. I hope you are amazed as I was how easy it is to have good looking hairwithout spending a fortune.

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