Moroccanoil Repair Hair Mask Review: Why We Love It


Like many women, I’m addicted to showing off my hair. Every 6-8 weeks I dutifully visit the salon where my colorist paints large sections of my locks with bleach. It all led to a mane so dry and brittle that anyone would wonder why they started this ritual in the first place.

Moroccan oil

Repairing hair mask

Moroccan oil


Since giving it up is like sacrificing part of my “blonde” identity, I spend a lot of time looking for products that can repair certain damage. That’s where Moroccanoil’s Restorative Hair Mask comes in. A few weeks after I started using the product, when my colorist looked at my hair, she immediately asked me what I was using because there was such a noticeable difference. It was, for me, the ultimate seal of approval. I’ve used many hair masks and conditioners before, but never really saw any noticeable results. Filled with argan oil and shea butter, this mask only needs 5-7 minutes to work its magic and leave your hair looking like new.

Since starting my Moroccanoil journey, I’ve come out the other side and my hair is healthier than it’s ever been. I’ve probably gone through a dozen jars of stuff that, for a product engagement phobic like me, is really saying something. When I started, I used this product as often as a hair conditioner. Now my prescription has been reduced to once a week.

I would recommend this to anyone who has gone down the bleach blonde route and needs help getting their hair back to looking shiny and healthy.

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