Moroccan Oil Restorative Hair Mask Review

Moroccan Oil Restorative Hair Mask Review

Hello all beautiful ladies,

I found this product when 3-4 months back, I visited a hair salon to get a hair spa and the lady there suggested me to purchase the product she applied on my hair during the spa. Considering my past experience where I have been tricked before with such kind of “surprise-you,” and “life –changing” offers, which last only for one hair wash, I dropped the offer (also it was very pricey), but this time after washing my hair at home, I realized that my hair texture was a little different. My hair was looking healthy! So, based on my “this-is-the-one” feeling (which I have half of the time whenever I purchase any hair pack), I bought it.


Product Description:

This treatment penetrates deep into the hair to help restore elasticity and rebuild. This unique formula is rich in vegetable proteins and will help bring out hair’s inner health, leaving it incredibly moisturized with a brilliant shine.


I got this from a salon, paid 29.9$ for 180 ml.


It comes in a teal-colored tub with an orange-colored cap.


Moroccan Hair Treatment 2

Directions To Use:

After shampooing, apply a generous amount of restorative mask and let it penetrate for 7-10 minutes. No heat is required. Rinse thoroughly. This mask is highly reparative to the internal structure of the hair and should be sealed in afterwards with a conditioner. Use once a week and less frequently as hair’s health returns.

My Experience with Moroccan Oil Restorative Hair Mask:

As the packaging says, apply a generous amount of paste on the hair.  I felt the consistency of the product was very thick, creamy like a body butter, but this time for hair.  There was no dripping of the product at all after applying the mask on my hair. It smelled so amazing.  I kept it for 7-10 minutes on my hair and when I rinsed it out, my hair instantly felt so light, silky and moisturized.

Moroccan Hair Treatment 3

After air-drying, my hair looked so manageable – no frizz, no flyaway.  I definitely feel that with the regular use of this product for almost a couple of months, now the texture of my hair has improved. Whenever I use it, my hair has a shine to it, looks healthier to me.  For all those ladies who use a lot of heat-styling tools and suffer from brittle, dull and damaged hair, this is the product to go for as it restores protein to the hair, thus making it strong and moisturized.  I have also reduced the quantity and frequency of the product as I can see that the quality of my hair is getting better and therefore this product is going to last for more days than I expected it to, considering the price I paid for this product, it is worth the purchase.  Now, I don’t feel guilty for my hair after using curling rod because I know that I own a product which can maintain the health of my hair making it more shiner than before.

Moroccan Hair Treatment 4

Summing up the pros and cons:

Pros of Moroccan Oil Restorative Hair Mask:

  • Restores the health of the hair.
  • Smells excellent.
  • No frizz, no flyaway afterwards.
  • Consistency of the mask is very thick, no dripping.
  • List of ingredients doesn’t show presence of parabens in the product.

Moroccan Hair Treatment 5

Cons of Moroccan Oil Restorative Hair Mask:

  • Price is high of this product as compared with any other restorative hair mask available in the market.
  • Availability, one could only find this product online or in selective salons.

IMBB Rating:


This restorative hair mask is worth a try for all those ladies who suffer from damaged, lackluster hair.

Will I Repurchase Moroccan Oil Restorative Hair Mask?

This tub will take a few more months to get finished, but I have already made a purchase from this brand and I will soon be reviewing about it on IMBB.

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10 thoughts on “Moroccan Oil Restorative Hair Mask Review

  1. This looks great *drool* *drool* i always keep on trying such masks and love them *happy dance* *happy dance* gonna look out for this one *hifive* *hifive*

  2. Oh this is a super hyped product and I am glad to know it lives up to the expectations. I am using the treatment oil from this range and it works fabulously as well. Great review. BTW the instructions say that you need to use a conditioner after this? Is that how you use it?

    1. Hi Arbee,before I was using only this mask for my hair but when I saw that this brand worked out well for me I then bought its conditioner as well,which I will be reviewing soon on IMBB *haan ji* .i am happy that its treatment oil worked for you *hifive*

  3. Hi manika,happy to see great product with hype working.a mo,th and half ago I got cysteine treatment for hair smoothening,the results were natural and claimed to last 3 months but now I can see my hair reverting back to normal with dryness and I wanted to try this mask with the review it is said the mask should follow co,ditioner ,totally at home care will become costly can you share your experience of using it with it must

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