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Moroccan Argan Oil- Coarse or Dry Hair Miracle

Updated on September 13, 2012
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Moroccan Argan Oil- Coarse or Dry Hair Miracle

Do you have curly hair that is dry or especially coarse? Does it break easily when combing or even when running your fingers through it? Well, I was in the same boat. I have been in a constant battle with my hair ever since I was a teenager (and I actually started to care about what I saw in the mirror!!). Every time I tried to style it, my hair would either look dead or frizz uncontrollably. It got to the point where I would never wear it naturally. I would either straighten it daily (which caused it to dry out and break even more) or I’d just roll it up into a messy bun (and we all know how attractive that is!).

Trial and Error

I tried several products before this one in hopes they would help. However, there was always something about each creation that just wasn’t right for me. Whether it was the heavy texture it gave to my curly hair, or the odor that a styling product would leave, I just was not happy. I needed something that would help nourish and smoothen my curls. Not something that was going to weigh it down and stink it up! Or even worse, leave it fragile and weak.

The Little Miracle!

Well, I came across this little blue bottle of an absolute hydrating miracle! It’s called “Moroccan Argan Oil”. It is a clear and pungent oil that hydrates even the weakest and parched hair. There is no distinct odor and it leaves your hair feeling light, while giving it softness and shine. I started using it after noticing a lot of fly-aways happening at the roots of my hair. This meant that I had a lot of breakage occurring. If that wasn’t enough of an eye-opener, every time I combed my hair I noticed not only did my brush fill with dead hair, my floor was covered with my curly locks. So I decided I really needed help! After just a few weeks of using the Moroccan Argan Oil, I really noticed my hair was feeling softer and stronger. My curls began to fall beautifully, and I began letting my hair down for the first time in years! The fly aways reduced from week to week. My hair stylist even noticed a huge difference when I went in for a trim. She was amazed at the transformation it had made!

Try It!

Moroccan Argan Oil merchandise come in a variety of styling products; shampoos, conditioners, intensive treatments, and penetrating oils. These products can be purchased at any of your local drug stores. It’s affordable, and honestly it’s worth it!




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      Nora411 5 years ago from Chicago, IL

      Thats great Andrea! I have started using the oil on my daughters hair as well, her hair is super thick and curly, and it's absolutely amazing!!

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      Andrea 5 years ago

      I use the Pro Naturals system and makes my hair look like something you see in a commercial.

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      Nora411 5 years ago from Chicago, IL

      Sarah- I have never heard of that product, seems like it works really well for your hair. I'm not sure if it will work as well for my Thick, curly, and coarser hair? But I am always willing to try something new :) However, the moroccan oil does work really well!! Give it a try to let me know how it works out !!

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      Sarah London 5 years ago

      I have baby-fine dirty blond hair that loves to get split ends. I used to use Pantene, but decided to try the SHielo Hydrate Shampoo and Shielo Hydrate Conditioner when it first came out. I've fallen in love. I immediately noticed that my hair was NOT frizzy and I had no split ends or fly aways!

      Bottom line: This stuff works wonders for dry, frizzy, damaged hair, and works better than the competition. Try the conditioner and Leave in Protectant spray too!

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      Nora411 5 years ago from Chicago, IL

      Great, Glad I can be some help !

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      Pollyannalana 5 years ago from US

      I have thick hair too and this looks great, will definitely check it out!

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      Nora411 5 years ago from Chicago, IL

      Definitely a lot of great products out there! I try to alternate every few months between different products. I was told that your hair can get used to a certain shampoo or cream or gel or whatever your using. So it's good to use a variety of products and to keep trying new things to see what works best for your hair type! Glad you enjoyed the read :)

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      Monique Brown 5 years ago

      thank you for the info, I use a great product too which is helping me to restore my hair. it's Pro Naturals Moroccan Argan Oil which protects my hair, makes it stronger and keeps it soft, shiny and healthy. :D

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      Nora411 5 years ago from Chicago, IL

      No problem! :)

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      Anwar 5 years ago

      I must try this! Thanks

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      Nora411 5 years ago from Chicago, IL

      Yes Moroccan Argan Oil is amazing! Even my daughter has very thick and curly hair so I run some through her hair and it feels smooth and the curls bounce as she plays ! Glad you enjoyed this read!

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      melissa07 5 years ago

      Thanks for the info! Argan oil is great for your hair, I use Pro Naturals Moroccan Argan Oil and my thick, curly hair is looking shiny, smooth and healthy, plus this stuff has a heat protector to keep my hair safe when I heat style :)

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