Moroccan Oil Intense Hydrating Mask Review

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Moroccan Oil Intense Hydrating Mask

Hi beauties,

I have been having not so good hair days, and all thanks to the harsh cold weather! And I splurged on some hair products, like the original Moroccan Oil Treatment and this hydrating mask which I am going to review now. The product quality is very high and so is the price. You may see a small whole in your pocket, but then again like I say- sorry bank balance!

Moroccan Oil Intense Hydrating Mask

About Moroccan Oil Intense Hydrating Mask

A rich, creamy treatment, designed to hydrate and repair damage.

Moroccan oil Intense Hydrating Mask does not need heat to be activated; only 5 to 7 minutes will treat hair with much needed moisture and protein, adding elasticity and shine. This highly effective mask revitalises and hydrates hair, restoring shine and manageability.

Price: 24.75 for 250 ml

Moroccan Oil Intense Hydrating Mask ingredients

Directions: After shampooing, apply a generous amount of Moroccan oil Intense Hydrating Mask all over the hair and comb it through. Let it penetrate for 5 to 7 minutes, rinse out and follow with any Moroccan oil styling product. Moroccan oil Intense Hydrating Mask can be used as often as once or twice a week until hair reconstructs and rebuilds itself.

Moroccan Oil Intense Hydrating Mask directions

Tips from the pros: Moroccan oil Intense Hydrating Mask is particularly effective for dry, thick and coarse hair as it tends to be extremely dehydrated and requires added moisture to stay healthy. Mix about one teaspoon of Moroccan oil Oil Treatment to the mask to add extra shine and elasticity to the hair.

Ingredients: Water, Cetyl Alcohol, Linseed (Linum Usitatissimum) Extract, Dimethicone, Glycerin, Behentrimonium Chloride, Argania Spinoza Kernal Oil (Aragan Oil), Cetrimonium Chloride, Methylparaben, Fragrance Supplement, Butylphenyl, MethylPropional, Coumarin.

My Experience with Moroccan Oil Intense Hydrating Mask

I love the hair mask which can be used during a bath. The masks are best used when you have some spare time for yourself, so stick to weekends and give yourself a much deserved break. The mask is a thick hydrating conditioner. It can be mixed with a few drops of the Moroccan Oil treatment. I did that the first time in a separate bowl and took in the bath with me!

Moroccan Oil Intense Hydrating Mask texture

The mask has to be applied all over, avoiding the roots, then just leave the mask on for 10 minutes before washing it off completely with water and nothing else. I just happen to towel dry my hair so that they are not soaking wet while applying the mask, as it would drip and make no difference.

The hair mask is quite thick and a little product goes a long way, so don’t apply excess of it, which can make the hair oily! Yes after all it is hydrating mask!

The fragrance of the mask is same as the Oil, I don’t quite like it. I can certainly say it reminds me of flaxseeds or linseed oil! The mask is good for drier and coarser hair. I have fine hair and it does make it oily in a day, but then I wash my hair again on Sunday night. My hair has been acting much better these days; it does not tangle any more and does not pinch my head, if you know what I mean.

Over all I quite like this beautiful mask. It makes me feel I have longed for this. I think this 250 ml jar will last me about ages, the price is on the higher side, but then it does work. I will take this home when I am going to India and give my mum a hair spa 😉

I think I will recommend this hair mask, but warn you against duplicates. Always buy the Moroccan Oil products from an authorized distributor. This will prevent you from causing damage to both hair and your pocket!

What I like about Moroccan Oil Intense Hydrating Mask?

  • Easy to apply,
  • Thick conditioner,
  • 250 ml jar will last ages as a little goes a long way,
  • Suitable for thick coarse, dry hair,
  • Makes hair smooth and manageable,
  • Can add some Moroccan oil treatment for added benefits!

What I don’t like about Moroccan Oil Intense Hydrating Mask?

  • Expensive,
  • Can weigh hair down, if you have fine hair,
  • No magic on my split ends-obviously,
  • Contains parabens L although needed because I don’t want the product to go bad as it will last me for a long time!

Rating: 4.75/5

Have you tried Moroccan Oil Intense Hydrating Mask?

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