Thursday, August 11, 2011

Beauty Product of the Week: Moroccan Aragan Penetrating Oil

What is it? Organix Renewing Moroccan Argan Penetrating Oil "is a rare formula that has a centuries-old history of providing natural vitamin E and antioxidants while renewing your hair's cell structure, sealing in shine, and creating lush softness. A precious blend of Moroccan argan oil which instantly penetrates the hair shaft restoring shine and softness while strengthening. Derived from the southwest region of Morocco, argan oil protects from styling heat and UV damage while creating soft, seductive, silky perfection." Available at Ulta, drug stores and big box stores for about $7.99.

What did you think? I am not usually one to gush over a product, but OH MY FREAKING GOD, YOU GUYS!  This stuff is THE BOMB!

Ok, I've taken a deep breath and calmed down a bit.  I've tried out more expensive argan oil products in the past and have never really seen the appeal.  Then this summer came and my life exploded.  I haven't had the time or money to get into my hair stylist, and as a result, my hair is a mess.  I'm a frizzy, fried out mess of a blonde and that is not good....not good at all.  I was wandering around Target, trying to find something, anything!, to help improve the condition of my hair without breaking the bank.  That's when I stumbled across the new line of Organix products and found the Moroccan Argan Oil line.  (Organix makes a shampoo and a conditioner with the argan oil, too!)  The penetrating argan oil hair treatment looked good, sounded easy enough to use, and (since it was on sale for $6) the price was right.

I followed the directions and applied the oil to my towel-dried hair before blowing my stressed out locks dry.  My hair condition was instantly improved.  I went from frizzy to smooth--dried out to lush, and I can say that I am in LOVE with this product.  You do need to be careful and control how much you use.  I also find that I need to concentrate the product on the lower half of my hair (the split, nasty ends).  If I get too much in the roots, it can weigh things down and make my hair look a bit greasy.  A little goes a long way, and practice makes perfect.

NOTE: I've since purchased the Organix Moroccan Argan Oil shampoo and conditioner and they're awesome as well.

Final verdict?  I love, love, love this product and my hair is thanking me for buying it.  Seriously, nothing else I've used recently has given my hair this much improved texture.  I am a convert.

5 comments:

inmyhansonshirt said...

I've heard good things about aragan oil, but have been hesitant to try it. But from what you've said it's amazing, so maybe I'll give it a try! :)

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CottonCandyINK said...

thanks for posting this I'm always in search for a good product.

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WitchHazel said...

I've seen this on the shelves and have been considering it for a while but haven't seen anyone review it yet so.. THANK YOU FOR THIS REVIEW! As a "new" blonde who is seriously struggling with my bleached out, damaged-ends hair (that used to be gorgeous, curly, healthy, shiny, locks) I'm in desperate need for a miracle product. I must obtain this product ASAP.

YASMINE said...

Hi, It's my first time on your blog and I absolutely...

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Would love to have you as a guest on my blog one of these days.


Argan oil, what can I say, maybe that I've been swearing by it for the past 10 years! It's good in every possible way, I actually posted about it a while ago (http://beautymaybe.blogspot.com/2010/10/morrocan-argan-oil.html). It's a little expensive but so worth it. Personnaly I think the best way is to use it 100% pure (oil) directly from Morrocco. It's a must have!

Great review, take care
Yasmine from:
www.beautymaybe.blogspot.com

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