Monday, 3 February 2014

Moroccan Roots Argan Oil

Hello treasures
I was given a sample of pure Argan Oil by Moroccan Rootsto try out. I believe they are a relatively new company but they're product is certified by the Soil Association, which is wonderful as this proves it is 100% Argan Oil with nothing else added. I have tried a few argan oil products now, some pure and some not, and I think it is brilliant. It can be used pretty much anywhere and I can't really think of anything bad about it. £9.99 25ml
Here is what Moroccan roots promise:

100% Organic, pure and natural
Not tested on Animals
Rich in Vitamin E and Antioxidants
Fight signs of aging
Reduce stretch marks and blemishes
Nourish dry lips
Preserve tattoos
Replenish skin cells after sun damage
Soothe psoriasis, eczema and rosacea
Strengthen eyelashes and nails
Soothe skin after shaving
Improve hairs shine and manageability 

I only really used it on my hair and face when it was feeling dry so I don't know if all those things above are true. But overall it did make my hair feel a lot better and improve my split ends. It definitely felt less dry and reduced the frizziness. My face has been a bit dry over the winter months so I rubbed a little bit of the oil on to see if it would get rid of it. It's easy to apply, doesn't sit on the skin and doesn't feel harsh or sting. I would say this is a good product to add to your skincare routine if you have dry skin as mine has cleared up now. 

With the sample they gave me, the product was a bit difficult to get out so I was sitting there shaking for ages. However when you buy a bottle I believe it comes with a pipette which is a great idea. Moroccan Roots oil doesn't really have much of a smell to it at all, if anything it smells a little bit like olive oil but I have used other argan oils with much stronger smells which I wasn't too keen on. Also I think it is better to use ones with no perfume added because then you know its pure.

Argan Oil is just an all round amazing product with tons of benefits. It is completely full of good stuff so you can't really go wrong. 
You can find Moroccan Roots on their website here or on Twitter
Prices range from £9.99 to £24.99.

Thanks for reading butterfly's

Chloe x 

P.S. Have you seen my latest review video?

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