August 26, 2013

Rock the Moroccan

For the past year or so I have heard wonders about moroccan oil. Every magazine and beauty blogger has been raving about the benefits of this organic oil.

My sister and mom have begun using moroccan oil especially made for your hair and swear by it. 

I have used some moroccan oil hair products but my hair is so thick and curly and also I use a ridiculous amount of hair products on any given day, I never noticed the difference when I used moroccan.

Aside from moroccan oil for the hair, I have seen other uses for it such as bath and body oil, face moisturizer and toner, and a lip scrub.

It sounds like so much fun to have one neat little product do all these amazing things! I never got around to buying a bottle of moroccan because I just didn't know where to start. Sephora, Amazon, the drug store? There are so many choices to pick from.



As if the Birchbox gods were talking to me, I was sent a nifty little sample of organic moroccan argan oil in August's box and finally used it.

Last night I gave myself a Sunday night manicure and when I took my old, chipped polish off, I let my nails breath for a bit and then rubbed the oil on my cuticles. 

I have very bad cuticles because I hardly get manicures; I would just rather do my nails myself. I rubbed a little bit of the oil on my broken, flaky cuticles and almost immediately I noticed the difference. 

My cuticles and nail beds were cleaner, smoother, and more put together. It was amazed. I was shocked and impressed by how quickly the oil worked and how big the difference was. Just a little bit of oil made my nails that much more attractive.Attractive looking nails make for a much better first week of classes!

I will definitely be using this oil for more uses, anything I could find. I also need to find a cheaper
oil available, $40 for oil is unacceptable to me.

What is your favorite way to use moroccan argan oil?

2 comments:

  1. If you don't want to splurge too much, 100% Argan Oil worked just as well (if not better) for me as Moroccan Oil and it's much cheaper! You can buy it online or at Whole Foods.

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    1. Thank you!! I will definitely be sure to check out regular Argan oil! :)

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