After reading some of your comments I was very excited to start using it.
So the results…
I LOVE this stuff! Seriously, there aren’t a lot of beauty products that live up to expectations as much as this one does. Moroccan oil has changed my whole morning routine…
Let me start by saying that my hair is fine and naturally wavy. It’s also pretty dry so it’s prone to being frizzy. Before using Kenzia Moroccan Oil, if I let my hair air-dry it would be a messy. However, when I use Moroccan oil it is much less frizzy, although it is still wavy/bumpy/whatever you wanna call it.
For about the past month, I haven’t really used any heated tools on my hair (no blowing driers, flat irons, curling irons, etc.) and that is a first. The Moroccan Oil makes my hair dry much faster, which is something I wouldn’t expect an oil to do, but it does!
So in the mornings, after showering I towel dry my hair a decent amount, and put Moroccan Oil all over my hair and a root busting product on my roots. Then I use the Velcro hair rollers and a little hair spray and let them dry for about a half hour.
My hair is a little damp when I take out the rollers, but it dries quickly and without going all frizzy.
If I did use a blow-dried and/or a curling iron/flat iron on my hair, I think my results would be even better. But it’s so nice not to have to, it cuts down the time I spend getting ready in the mornings. Plus, I’m trying to see if it will make a difference in the health of my hair by cutting out the heat, and no surprise here, I think it is helping.
I got the Kenzia Moroccan Argan Oil hair treatment at T.J. Maxx for $12.99 and a little goes a long way so it was a great value. I think it’s a little more online, but still a great deal. I’m not getting any perks from Kenzia or anything, just passing along my experience. Moroccanoil should give very similar results, since the ingredients are nearly identical, but if you find an off-brand, be sure the check the ingredients because they are not all created equally.