Once again, I am growing out my hair (I donated it to make wigs for sick kiddos in 2019). I have fine, straight hair that I color with henna once a month (watch how I do it here). My hair tangles easily, so I’m always on the lookout for something to protect it from knotting and the subsequent damage.
I’m currently using Sohair Morocco Argan Oil. It came to me in a by Sophie PR box and is available for purchase on eBay.
Sohair Morocco Argan Oil contains a blend of argan, jojoba, sunflower, avocado, grapeseed, and olive oils. It’s absolutely not heavy and, surprisingly, not “oily” or greasy. Magic.
How to use:
Apply a bit of product to dry or wet hair
I use this on clean, wet hair from the ear level down. It can also be applied to dry hair to tame flyaways or dry ends. I usually allow mine to air dry, but you can use this oil with a blow dryer as well.
This is a great product. I’m honestly a bit surprised. A long long time ago (in a galaxy far away?), I picked up a bottle of argan oil at a local beauty shop and it made my hair a greasy mess. Hence, my hesitation with hair oils is understandable.
However, leave it to Korean beauty to take something and make it amazing. This is a lovely product. The packaging is glass (which instantly scores cool points with me) with a nifty pump dispenser. The aroma is faint and very pleasant.
My hair is less frizzy, doesn’t tangle, and is less prone to breakage. The breakage part is somewhat hard to judge, but I do try to pay attention to what’s left on my hairbrush (and how thick my braid feels). The reduction in tangles is quite obvious. Same with frizz. The oil gives my hair a healthy shine without making it oily.
Overall - this is a win. I would like to explore more products by this brand. The bottle is quite big and should last me for months and months with regular use.
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This product was sent to me for free. This is not a sponsored review - all opinions are honest and my own.
Sohair Morocco Argan Oil Ingredients: