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Monsoon Hair Rescue with Moroccanoil| Review

This monsoon season we are having good downpours in Maharashtra which was much much needed. But at the same time the price is being paid by our hair! I live in a city that isn’t really used to humidity, this monsoon season has dampened all of the dry air in Pune. Right around this time two good Moroccan saviours walk into my life.

I was sent the Moroccanoil Smoothing Shampoo and Conditioner and in its first wash only it seemed so promising that I decided to be proactive too and put out this post.

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What is Moroccanoil?

What started with just one product is now a full fledged line of products for the hair, face and body.

Moroccanoil was inspired by the transformative power of Argan Oil. Rich in vitamins, minerals and antioxidants, this age-old beauty secret has many uses, helping to hydrate and soften your hair, face, body and nails. Argan oil for hair leaves it beautiful, shiny and nourished with each use.

Why the Moroccanoil Smoothing Range?

  • Phosphate free.
  • Sulphate free.
  • Paraben free.
  • Colour safe.
  • Features Amino-Renew technology

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Packaging

I have a major soft spot for Matte packagings and both the shampoo and conditioner bottles are matte with just the look that has a sheen.

Smell

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Fruity floral fragrances are always our favourite picks but mild fragrances is what you always sends my senses to a quaint spa room.

The fragrance of the range is refreshing and yet not overwhelming. I unfortunately cannot explain the smell but it’s definitely not floral or fruity or even aqua. The fragrance of the shampoo is infact milder as compared to the conditioner.

Texture

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The conditioner looks like shea butter to me it’s nice and creamy and isn’t runny in its consistency.

The shampoo is creamish in colour and translucent.

Quantity

Both are bottles are 250ml each.

Price

The Moroccanoil Shampoo is Rs.1800 and even the Moroccanoil Conditioner is Rs.1800.

My Experience

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I’ve used the actual Moroccanoil about 5 years back and for the price it was at I would’ve expected it to have miraculously made my hair shiny but that didn’t happen but as an oil and as a serum it was good no doubt. Similarly if a shampoo is almost two grand then your expectations are high and you try to use it as sparingly! That’s the state of mind I was in when I started of with these products.

The first thing that I liked was the smell and the bottle cap. I was really surprised when just even a coin sized amount of shampoo was lathering well. Normally sulphate free shampoos don’t lather much and as a hairdresser I was happy seeing the shampoo lather well.

Despite being used to using a hair masque for my hair the conditioner yet did its job well after leaving it on for five minutes.

The end result was that my hair felt less frizzy and the curls were more defined! The conditioner definitely tackled the dryness in my hair too and gave it a shine 🙂 The Smoothing range didn’t make my scalp greasy either!

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Final Verdict on the Moroccanoil Smoothing Range?

If you would love to spend over pampering your hair then the Moroccanoil Shampoo and Conditioner is a must try. If not then definitely atleast go try out a Moroccanoil therapy at a salon 🙂

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