Moroccan Oil Intense Hydrating Mask

Sunday, 25 September 2011


I've been wanting to try Moroccan Oil products for ages now, but they are quite pricey so I've been putting it off. My hair has been suffering lately from all the straightening and colouring, so I've been looking to get a hair mask. 

I went into Rush Hair in Covent Garden to ask about which mask was best for me, as Moroccan Oil have two. I was interested in buying the Restorative mask to repair the split ends and to prevent hair breakage. The shop guy told me how great this products is, but then also went on to tell me how if I leave it on my hair for longer than 7 minutes, it will have the reverse affect and will cause my hair to break off and split....what the hell?! This really freaked me out.. I have no sense of timing and I don't wear a watch in the shower... that seriously put me off the product. 

So I opted for the less scary option with the Hydrating mask. This one can be left on for about 10 minutes, with no rush to rinse out. I use a 50p size amount as I have a lot of hair, and smooth it through my hair. 

I was completely amazed with the result. My hair feels so soft and healthy, I really love it! It was £23.85 and I promise it was worth every penny.

Have you ever tried Morrocan Oil products? Did you think they were worth the price? 

Lily xx
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12 comments:

  1. That's scary, it'd put me right off too! Eek.
    I've not tried any Moroccan Oil stuff yet, I'm thinking about spending some birthday money though :)

    xo

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  2. What? That sounds so scary! I always leave masks on for longer than intended thinking it will be even more effective??? hahaha :( scary.

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  3. My mom bought this for me too, I'm not sure if it works on permed hair but I'll give it a shot because I definitely need hydration in my hair! The shampoo works great btw I tried it yesterday.

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  4. I've been wanting to try this for ages, having loved both the Moroccan Oil original and Moroccan Oil light for my overly bleached, dry and brittle hair. Both are unbelievable but I'd definitely recommend the lighter option for blonde hair or hair that's very fine and tends to lack volume. Can't wait to try this Hydrating Mask and I'm definitely put off the Restorative one.. which I think is also more expensive!

    www.boscy.blogspot.com

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  5. I love Moroccan hair oil.. it's my saviour! I also had a blow dry where they used this mask and it was impossibly soft afterwards... like Barbie hair!

    The other mask sounds a bit scary though... I imagine it was quite harsh chemicals ?

    Sami xx

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  6. This sounds great, I love deep conditioners and treatments :) xx

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  7. wow been wanting to try morraccan hair products!
    x

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  8. what a nice blog with beautiful pictures :) i love your outfits and reviews!

    love, lola

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  9. A cheaper version of Morooccan oil is sold at Boots by the Organix range Moroccan Argan oil, and is great too

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  10. Sometims you just have to pay out for hair products ay! I'm glad this one worked out for you, is it only available from salons?

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  11. I have used morrocan oil for over a year now. I got a small sample last year when I was in New York and it was really popular. I have to say the smell is amazing and it totally repaired my split ends.....even with just a pea size drop!!

    Also just found your blog via wiwt and absolutely love it!

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  12. Well what can I say is very happy with this moroccan oil and makes my hair a lot more glossy.

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