Marc Anthony Nourishing Argan Oil of Morocco

I have used many different hair oils in my life. Some of them were made from shea butter, macadamia nut, and then there was a range of different argan oils. In the end I keep coming back to Marc Anthony Argan Oil. You ask me why? Well, keep reading and you will find out.

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Before I discuss the benefits of the oil, let’s talk about the packaging.

Marc Anthony Argan Oil is packed into a little bottle, wider at the bottom, narrow at the top. The shape of the bottle makes it convenient to hold and grip while pumping out the product. Oh, yes, I didn’t mention yet, it comes in a bottle with a pump. I really dislike when olis don’t have a pump or a dropper. It makes them messier to use.

How did I use it? After washing my hair, I let them dry in a towel for a litte. When my hair was still damp, I brushed it with a wet brush and took the little oil bottle. Two to three pumps of oil was enough for my hair. At first I applied it onto my palm and then smeared it to my hair ends. If there was still any product left on my palms, I just massaged it to the rest of my hair. 

The oil gave my hair a nice shine and scent. The oil was lightweight, smelled nice, hydrated, boosted shine, and corrected damaged, split, frizzy hair.  My hair looked healthier and wasn’t dry like it would have been without Marc Anthony Argan Oil.

One bottle is 50ml/1,69 fl.oz. but each time it will take only one to three pumps. So one bottle goes a long way.

I hope you enjoyed this post. If you have any questions or comments, don’t hesitate to let me know.

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Thank you for reading,

Adryana

  

 

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