Hope you are all doing well. Today, I am reviewing Marc Anthony Oil Of Morocco Argan Oil Conditioner. This is definitely my HG conditioner. I’m already on my second bottle.
According to the package, this conditioner is sulfate free, nourishes and infuses moisture.
Argan Oil and Grape Seed Oil fortify and add luster. Keratin reinforces hair. Smoothes frizz. Creates soft, supple hair. Protects from damage and hair color.
$17.99 for 150 ml. For this conditioner, I think the price is pretty decent considering that its sulfate-free. Definitely a value for money conditioner.
My Experience with Marc Anthony Nourishing Argan Oil of Morocco Sulfate Free Conditioner:
The bright blue packaging of this product is very reminiscent of Moroccan oil products, which is what initially caught my eye. Since I’ve never tried Moroccan oil products before, I can’t accurately compare it with any other such product. However, after being less than half the price of moroccan oil, I think this Marc Anthony conditioner might be a good replacement.
I have a hard time finding conditioners that condition my hair well. I need a LOT of moisture. I remember having a really hard time in the spring when I’d have to use conditioner, mousse, serum, leave-in conditioner, and a whole bunch of other things just to keep my hair from frizzing up into a poodle’s fur. Any hair products that are heavy leave my hair limp. Lightweight conditioners, on the other hand, aren’t strong enough to hold my curls down.
I love this conditioner so much! It has added so much volume to my hair which is something I could never achieve with any other product. This seriously made my hair look the best it has ever been!
I have short, color-treated, curly hair, that is extremely prone to frizzing up.
This conditioner is so great to keep my curls moisturized for days. The best part is, you don’t even need a lot of product. I use a small coin-sized amount of this conditioner for all my hair (although, to be fair, my hair is quite short), and I leave it in for about a minute before I rinse it off.
This conditioner makes my hair so soft and shiny, it’s like walking out of a salon. The smell is pretty nice too, not overpowering at all. It’s like a mild floral-powdery scent to me. I found that for my color-treated, frizz-prone hair, I still need to use a hair mask once a week (but I do this anyway). But this conditioner definitely made enough of a difference for me to repurchase over and over again.
The conditioner is very creamy and glides on with ease (to be honest, I tend to drop a lot of it since it slips off my hands to quickly). It is ultra-hydrating and helps to protect against damage and also helps to keep my hair color from fading. After blow drying, my hair feels a lot stronger and was surprisingly voluminous despite being an oil-based product.
Pros of Marc Anthony Nourishing Argan Oil of Morocco Sulfate Free Conditioner:
- Smooths and softens hair.
- Reduces frizz.
- Great for humid weather.
- Great for treated hair.
- Decent smell.
- Gentle, while not being lightweight.
- Moisturizes hair really well.
- Improves texture of hair.
- Improves hair health.
- Helps hair color last longer.
Cons of Marc Anthony Nourishing Argan Oil of Morocco Sulfate Free Conditioner:
- Possibly too light for kinky curls.
This is definitely a great product all in all, one that I recommend to most hair types. Perfect for daily use, especially for places where it gets very humid outside.
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