Review : Argan Oil Hair Treatment

Hey guys!

I found this product a while back and once I started to use it I knew that I wanted to review it!
This is the ‘Argan Oil Hair Treatment – Repairs & Rejuvenates Intensive Hydrating Oil’… or in simpler terms its a hair oil.
If you don’t know, hair oils are meant to be applied to the hair when wet to sink into the hair to give a desired effect whether it be less split ends, shinier hair or softer hair.

So what attracted me to this product in particular in a shelf full of products exactly like it? Four words. ‘Moroccan Argan Oil Extract’ This stuff is constantly raved about in the beauty community so I thought I’d give it a go on my oh-so-sensitive hair.


I really like the colour scheme of this bottle. The whole product seems to ooze organic. Although that is unfortunately not the case. I’m disappointed that this isn’t a slightly more natural product however I do know that pure Argan oil is very hard to work with so understand that other things may need to be added to ensure that it is a manageable product.
The words around the tear shape on the front of the bottle are ‘Hydrating, Nourishing and Cleansing’ and it certainly is all three! I find that it leaves my hair feeling less frizzy, a lot less dry and just generally makes my hair feel stronger and healthier.

 label 2
Sorry about the funny lines on the label… Not sure what happened!

On the back of the label it gives a small summary of the product, some directions and the ingredients list.
The directions of use say to ‘Towel dry hair and apply 2 to 3 pumps onto the hand and distribute evenly throughout hair. For longer hair, 4 or 5 pumps are recommended.’
I definitely agree with applying this product to dampened hair. Do not apply to dry hair as the oil will not absorb but also I would avoid applying to soaking wet hair as there is just too much moisture for the oil to handle.
My problem about these instructions is ‘distribute evenly throughout hair’. I took this as applying the oils to the whole length of my hair avoiding the roots. That was a mistake. Unless you want to look like you haven’t washed your hair in a week, learn from my mistakes! I would highly recommend only applying this product from midway down the hair to the ends.


It is difficult to see in this picture however on my hair to the left of the bottle is one pump of product. It is a clear oil which I was not expecting however it has a pleasant consistency, not very watery but also not sticky. The only thing I’m not a fan of is the smell of the oil, now I am aware this is a very personal preference but just for me personally I am not a fan of the smell but I am willing to cope with it for the wonders it does to my hair! (That is the sign of a good product!)

Overall, I am very happy with this product and think it is a great addition to my hair care routine! I would suggest only using this product maybe once or twice a week as your hair can get used to and adapt to the oil if it applied after every hair wash!
It is very well priced at only £2.99 for 100ml of product and I promise you that it lasts for a very long time! I’m not even half way through my bottle yet and I have been using it for about 6 months!
If you would like to purchase this product you can buy it here!

I hope you guys enjoyed this review and if you would like me to review any other products please let me know in the comments down below!

This is not a sponsored post and all thoughts are my own! 


8 thoughts on “Review : Argan Oil Hair Treatment

    1. Really? What didn’t you like about it?
      I have extremely dry and damaged hair so I guess any oil is pretty good for me! Thanks for being so honest though! 😀

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