Hair type: fine and damaged
Today’s review is about Moroccanoil Smoothing Shampoo. I have been loving Moroccanoil for years now. I prefer my shampoos to be sulphate, phosphate and paraben free so that they don’t damage my hair. Moroccanoil has a variety of shampoos and conditioners; I chose this ‘Smoothing’ one since I have quite damaged and fine hair and this range is formulated to smoothen unruly, frizz-prone locks without sacrificing volume.
Price: INR 1800
Smooth and tame unruly, frizzy hair with this gentle cleansing formula. Moroccanoil® Smoothing Shampoo with AminoRenew™ restores depleted amino acids to strengthen hair and align its natural keratin structure. Infused with argan oil and argan butter, this hydrating shampoo gives you more manageable, healthy-looking, smooth hair. When used with Moroccanoil Smoothing Conditioner, results can last up to 72 hours.
My Experience with Moroccanoil Smoothing Shampoo:
It comes housed in a plastic aqua coloured bottle with a white cap. The name of the brand is printed on the bottle and the directions for usage and ingredients are printed at the back of the bottle. The packaging is quite simple.
As I already mentioned above, I have fine and damaged hair and I was looking for a shampoo that could reduce the damage without taking away volume. This range by Moroccanoil does all of it. I have gone through one bottle of it and this is my second one, so I think that this review will be truly justified since I have given enough time for it to work. The shampoo has a thick, translucent and slightly runny consistency.
The thing I hate about this is that it doesn’t lather up well because of which I end up using more shampoo than needed. But it does work for my hair and it leaves my hair smooth and easy to work with. Plus, the ends of my hair seems to look less damaged. After going through a complete bottle I could say that this is by far the best shampoo I have used for my hair. This also gives a shine to my dull looking hair and makes them soft, smooth and voluminous, which I love.
In the past, I have used Percy and Reed, Label M, René Furterer, Average and Tiger, but none of them did anything for my hair. One more plus point of using Moroccanoil shampoo is that it smells delicious and your hair will smell delicious throughout the day. It doesn’t have a strong smell that people might hate, it has a mild clean scent which won’t be overpowering. Overall, this is a perfect shampoo for people with dry, damaged hair.
Pros of Moroccanoil Smoothing Shampoo:
⦁ Smells delicious
⦁ Reduces damage
⦁ Hair feels smooth, soft and voluminous
⦁ Gives shine to hair
⦁ Sulphates, phosphate and paraben free
Cons of Moroccanoil Smoothing Shampoo:
⦁ Doesn’t lather up well
IMBB Rating: 4.8/5
Would I Recommend Moroccanoil Smoothing Shampoo?
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