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Moroccanoil Light - Best Moroccan Oil Treatment For Fine Or Blonde Hair

Updated on June 27, 2012
Moroccan Oil Light
Moroccan Oil Light

Why Use Moroccan Oil Light

My latest obsession is a very special hair product that is built around argan oil, which is found in the southern region of Morocco. The moment I opened my first bottle of this incredible hair oil I was hooked. The scent is addicting as is the feeling of this oil on your hair.

The Original Moroccan Oil

I use the original moroccanoil from the argan tree, as my hair is brown and tends to be frizzy and wavy, this oil makes my hair smooth and softer. So when I saw that a new light formula was created I just had to share this find with my friends that have lighter colored hair.

So for those of you with light colored and fine hair, Moroccan oil Light Oil is the perfect hair treatment you need to buy!

benefits of using Moroccan Oil
benefits of using Moroccan Oil

Moroccanoil Light Oil Beauty

Softer Hair the Best Oil is morrocanoil
Softer Hair the Best Oil is morrocanoil
Moroccanoil 5 Stars beauty Product
Moroccanoil 5 Stars beauty Product

Ten Benefits of Using

Moroccan Oil Light

  • Perfect for those with blond and fine hair
  • Fortifies hair from root to tip
  • Protects hair from the environment elements
  • Hydrates and detangles hair
  • Restores shine and softness
  • Repairs damaged hair
  • Nourishes your scalp
  • Increases hair elasticity
  • Leaves Hair with a luxurious shine
  • Heals and relieves dry weak and brittle hair

MoroccanOil Treatment LIGHT

This lighter version of the #1 Top Seller hair treatment is a lighter version of the remarkable ORIGINAL Moroccan Oil Treatment that will leave your hair shining brilliantly.

Beauty Oil From Morocco

Moroccan Oil
Moroccan Oil

MoroccanOil Treatment Light also:

  • Contains powerful antioxidants, and is rich in vitamins
  • Can be used on hair wigs and hair extensions

This argan Oil is a hair Treatment that has a unique quality that instantly absorbs into the hair, creating immediate shine and long term conditioning benefits without leaving a sticky residue.

Moroccan Oil Shampoo and Conditioner

best hair products from moroccanoil
best hair products from moroccanoil

Hair Products MoroccanOil Treatment Light

Works Best With:

MoroccanOil Moisture Repair Shampoo -

Moroccan Oil Shampoo 8.5 oz Contains Argan oil & Keratin. MoroccanOil Moisture Repair Shampoo gently cleanses while infusing hair with argan oil, keratin, fatty acids, proteins and other nutrients. This miracle oil shampoo restores damaged hair and the results are softer shiny healthy hair.

This product is best when used with:

MoroccanOil Moisture Repair Conditioner.

Morocan Oil Hair Conditioner


Silky Perfection For All Hair Types, Products Use Argan Oil From South West Morocco, Argan Oil Naturally Renews Hairs Cell Structure And Consistently Restores Shine To Hair

Wavegirl22 favorite Beauty Oil

Miracle Moroccan Oil from the argan tree is the best beauty product. A must have!
Miracle Moroccan Oil from the argan tree is the best beauty product. A must have!

Moroccanoil® Commitment

Moroccanoil® is NOT tested on animals, and contains NO animal ingredients.So make sure that your Moroccan oil is the real thing.

Obviously buying beauty and hair products that have not been tested on animals is a big concern for many women, and wavegirl is one female that this commitment from MorocanOil® is important to know.

So if you have blond and/or fine hair, Moroccan Oil light is the Perfect hair treatment. Soft, shiny healthy hair is yours for the taking.

Moroccan Oil

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    • wavegirl22 profile imageAUTHOR


      7 years ago from New York, NY

      I would go with the Moroccan Oil light!

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      7 years ago

      My hair is brown but is fine, so would I be better using the Morrocanoil or Moroccanoil light??

    • wavegirl22 profile imageAUTHOR


      7 years ago from New York, NY

      cindy- the best Moroccanoil for fine dark hair would be to use the original Moroccan Oil.

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      7 years ago

      so which product do you use if you have find dark hair?

    • wavegirl22 profile imageAUTHOR


      7 years ago from New York, NY

      @Money Glitch - thanks for the flaxseed oil tip, coming from you and all your knowledge on beauty oils I know it is something I need to pay attention to!

      @prettydarkhorse - I wouldnt want you any other way than the pretty girl you are ! The original moroccan oil is made for gorgeous brunettes like you :)

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      7 years ago from US

      I wish I can be blonde, smile, best advice, never of heard of this one before. It even smells good, Thank you Shari, Maita

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      Money Glitch 

      7 years ago from Texas

      Interesting I have been taking flaxseed oil to improve the overall health of my hair. I think I'm going to have to invest in some moroccan oil light as well since I do have fine hair. Thanks for sharing; thumbs up!

    • wavegirl22 profile imageAUTHOR


      7 years ago from New York, NY

      @drcrischasse -you know I am full of beauty tips but in your case of letting your "hair grow out, I recommend a dab of this miracle oil under that Patriots cap:)

      Wendy Krick - if you buy one beauty product this year, it has to be moroccanoil. I promise the minute you open the bottle the scent will take you to places......yummy!

      @Jane@CM - this oil I think just might make the perfect stuffing stocker this Christmas!

      @LeanMan - looks good and feels good, but the reason I love it the best is cause it smells so good!

      @Victoria West -glad you stopped by to share a little moroccan oil with me :)

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      Victoria West 

      7 years ago from Toronto

      Great article, thanks for sharing.

    • LeanMan profile image


      7 years ago from At the Gemba

      Is there anything that you can't do with Moroccan oil?? It looks so good.

    • Jane@CM profile image


      7 years ago

      I have never heard of Moroccan Oil Light. I may get some for my daughter! j.

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      Wendy Krick 

      7 years ago from Maryland

      I'll have to check it out for sure since I have both blond and fine air.

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      Cristopher Chasse 

      7 years ago from Boston

      Since i am grwoing my hair out, do you have any tips? :)

    • wavegirl22 profile imageAUTHOR


      7 years ago from New York, NY

      anginwu - you better have plenty more of those Jia Yu's handy for the challenge is just in its second week! You know what that means :) You will be looping plenty me. .and I may even let you try some of my Moroccanoil!

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      7 years ago

      Love your comprehensive coverage of this miraculous oil. Too bad, my hair is neither blonde nor fine or I'll run out to buy some right away. Rated useful and jia yu or are you already done with the 60dc--i'm so out of the loop. Rated useful!


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