Fighting the Frizz!
Is your dry, damaged, frizzy hair craving moisture? The key to soft, manageable, healthy hair may lie with this coveted ingredient. Often referred to as “liquid gold,” Moroccan Oil has been used as an ingredient in skin and hair care for centuries. Today, it has been gaining in popularity and is one of the most raved-about ingredients by hair stylists, beauty bloggers and everyday users.
What Is Moroccan Oil?
Also known as argan oil, Moroccan Oil is an amber colored natural oil that is made by pressing the roasted kernels of the argan tree. The argan tree is typically grown and found in Morocco, hence the name Moroccan Oil.
What Makes It So Special?
Moroccan oil is the ultimate hair-helper because of its high concentration of fatty acids including oleic and linoleic acid. Additionally, it is rich with antioxidants, vitamin E and carotenes.
When used as in hair care products or as a stand-alone ingredient applied directly to the hair, it can help:
- • Add a healthy shine
- • Maintain hydration
- • Add flexibility
- • Reduce breakage
- • Tame frizz
- • Reduce scalp itch
How Can You Incorporate Moroccan Oil into Your Hair Care?
Apply a few drops of Moroccan Oil directly to your scalp and rub the oil throughout your scalp and hair. Wait 30 minutes. Then wash and condition your hair as usual.
Incorporate specially formulated shampoo and conditioner products containing Moroccan Oil into your regular hair care routine. Naples Soap Co. offers a Moroccan Oil Shampoo Bar that can be used daily or every few days as well as a complementary Moroccan Oil Conditioner Bar.
If your hair is in need of a boost, try incorporating this natural ingredient into your hair care routine.
HAIR CARE TIP
To hydrate your curls or repair dry, damaged hair, use the Naples Soap Moroccan Oil Conditioner as a leave-in conditioner. Simply swipe the bar across your clean, wet hair. Massage the product from roots to tips and skip the rinse.
To prevent split ends, wash and condition your hair as usual, then swipe the conditioner bar across just the tips of your hair before exiting the shower. This will help seal the hair shaft to prevent split ends and make it more manageable to comb through your hair.