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HAIR SERUM with Moroccan Oil

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Andalusian Hair Serum with Moroccan Oil

My hair serum with Moroccan Oil in a glass bottle made with 100% precious oils. Smoothes frayed, dry hair, bringing out the shine and managing frizz.

No silicones, chemicals or fragrances, Vegan.

I selected these precious hair oils for their ability to smooth hair cuticles and to shine hair without weighing it down.

A little goes a long way. Smoothes frizzing hair, keeping it healthy and allowing it to grow.

This Andalusian Hair Serum is especially good for the ends of damaged hair

The Precious Oils

Argan Oil

Argan Oil, Moroccan Oil or Argania spinosa Kernel Oil is excellent for hair. According to this study Argan “statistically reduced the protein loss when compared a base formulation.” It also “decreased the damage caused to hair in the coloring process.”

Abyssinian Oil

Abyssinian oil or Crambe abyssinica is equal or perhaps better than Argan Oil for hair. It possesses a unique composition unlike other oils. It contains 50% or more erucic acid, which according to a Naturally Curly’s article gives abyssinian oil its ability of offer:

… a stronger, intense moisturizer for your skin and hair. It is very stable and long-lasting seed oil that rapidly penetrates the outer layer of the epidermis… Because it is often compared to jojoba oil (meaning it mimics human sebum), it is very silky in texture and makes for a great natural alternative to silicones in hair care products. It adds wonderful shine and a light feel to the hair and it forms a light continuous lipid layer to help detangle the hair and lock in essential moisture.

And research backs up Naturally Curly’s assertions. According to a study by TRI Princeton,  Abyssinian Oil increases hair’s manageability, shine and strength.

Ingredients in my hair serum with Moroccan Oil:

  • Argan Kernel Oil
  • Abyssinian Oil
  • Apricot Oil
  • Jojoba Oil,
  • Organic Hemp Seed Oil
  • Avocado Oil
  • Fractionated Coconut Oil,
  • Sea Buckthorn Oil,
  • Lavender Essential Oil,
  • Rosemary Essential Oi,
  • Lemongrass Essential Oil
  • Vit E.

Additional information

Weight 8 oz

7 reviews for HAIR SERUM with Moroccan Oil

  1. Priscilla Melgar (verified owner)

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    Smells amazing and I appreciate that the oil doesn’t drip all over the place. It gently drops it out. I used it after my shower and my hair is soft!

  2. Lord Doolittle (verified owner)

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  3. Erin Easterly (verified owner)

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    Smells amazing!

  4. sharon.landon (verified owner)

    Love this hair serum! I just ordered my third bottle. It smells great, keeps my hair shiny and healthy. Thank you Brenda!

  5. Christine B. (verified owner)

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  6. Michelle A. (verified owner)

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    Makes my hair soft and not as frizzy.. love this

  7. Delia (verified owner)

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    The smell is so pure – it’s like I feel the ancient secrets of Andalusia assisting in my hair’s serenity with each use. Although I haven’t yet identified what the best amount is, given that I look to use it for not just the ends of my hair, yet also to aid the fly-aways nearby my roots. Alas – they are right to say “A little goes a long way!” 🙂

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