Preventing Frizz and Breakage while Increasing Shine
Most women prefer not to have frizzy hair, especially during the summer months when hot, muggy weather is just part of living in sunny Florida. But worse yet, we don’t want hair that easily breaks or is thinning. A good haircut can certainly remove split ends, but sometimes more is needed to get soft, silky feeling hair.
There are countless treatments and intense conditioners out on the market, but we’ve found that Moroccanoil, although a bit pricey, offers excellent results. Here’s a quick breakdown of some of their treatments:
- INTENSE HYDRATING MASK: Perfect for medium to thick hair that’s dry. It’s a super concentrated formula that nourishes and gives your hair the much-needed moisture it’s missing. The result? Improved elasticity and shine.
- WEIGHTLESS HYDRATING MASK: Perfect for thin, fine hair that’s dry. Similar to the intense version, this one also nourishes and gives your hair moisture, resulting in improved elasticity and shine.
- SMOOTHING MASK: Frizzy and unruly hair? This one’s for you. It’s formula contains argan butter to condition and smooth your hair.
- RESTORATIVE HAIR MASK: This mask is ideal for anyone who has weakened and damaged hair, and/or is getting ready to have their hair colored or permed. This mask opens the hair cuticle to restructure and fortify with protein.
One of the main ingredients in Moroccanoil is ARGAN OIL. So what exactly is that? Argan oil comes from trees growing in the semi-desert areas of the Mediterranean. The deep roots and small leaves of the argan tree allow it to resist arid winds and water loss, giving birth to a nut with a unique oil profile. The oil is rich in vitamins, minerals and antioxidants, essential fatty acids and vitamin E. These naturally help revitalize the skin, increase hair’s elasticity and restore shine to dull, lifeless hair, leaving hydrated, soft hair as a result.
Moroccanoil only sources the highest quality argan oil originating from argan trees grown in Morocco. The argan oil used in all their hair products are manufactured by a cold-press process. Here’s their story: