Moroccanoil hair care routine review
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My Moroccanoil haircare favourites

I get asked a lot what I use on my hair (both my own hair and my LA weave) so I thought I’d do a round-up of what my favourites are at the moment. I’ve given the links and prices towards the bottom of this blog post in case you want to find out more or try the products for yourself.

A firm favourite for washing my hair is Moroccanoil Repair shampoo and conditioner. I’ve used a few of their hair care products over the years (the oil being my favourite) but I didn’t actually try this duo until 2020. After trying it the first time, it was a game-changer for me. Along with the beautiful scent, my hair and weave felt much silkier and smoother than usual.

When drying my hair, I’ve been using the Moroccanoil blowdry concentrate which is an oily serum in a clear glass bottle. I’ve previously used Frizz Ease serum to tame my locks so changing to the concentrate has much improved the condition of my hair when blowdrying. I also found that I didn’t need to use as much product as I did with the Frizz Ease, which is always a bonus.

Finally, I’ve been trying out the Moroccanoil smoothing lotion. I bought a 75ml tube which I’ve used around six times now. I can’t say I’m a massive fan, but it does help to add this product in for my weekly blowdry as I find it helps with the overall smoothing and taming effect on my hair. To be honest, I don’t think I’ll miss it too much when I run out.

Moroccanoil treatment oil

You can get this in 100ml or 200ml glass bottles for around £32 or £50 respectively. I usually buy the 100ml with a pump.

Moroccanoil repair shampoo & conditioner

I bought a set of 500ml bottles for £42 on offer in December 2020.

Moroccanoil smoothing lotion

I managed to get 75ml for around £10 in October 2020, but I can only get my hands on the 300ml bottle at the moment.

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