In an effort to trim some of my samples stash, I thought I'd try a few new products this week.
First up is Moroccan Oil Treatment. I've shied away from Moroccan oil previously as I tend to have rather oily, fine hair and I just thought that Moroccan oil would weigh it down further. I have been very impressed with this oil though, using it several times a week, usually on days when I don't condition my hair as otherwise I find i gets a little overloaded. It leaves my hair noticeably softer and shinier. I have been using a minuscule amount rubbed over my hands before applying to damp hair, so I think this sample will last me some time. I'm interested to try the light version of the oil which I think may be even better for my hair type.
I've been using Cor soap recently (a review is coming up next week) and along with the soap, I also received some small samples of the Cor Moisturiser, Serum and Eye Cream. The samples themselves were tiny, to the point where I actually had to hunt for the product within them! First impressions were that all products sank in quickly and had a pleasant, almost clinical scent. Cor market themselves on their unique silver healing properties of their product, however they are on the fairly pricey side which would prevent me from purchasing full size versions at their current price-point.
Lavera Hand Cream came as part of a beauty box some time ago. I hadn't tried this before and found it to be a decent basic handcream without any airs or graces. It has a pleasant, not overwhelming scent, and sinks in quickly. I liked how it contains organic almond and shea butter, and did find it fairly moisturising, although it will not be replacing my L'Occitane or Palmers hand creams.
Have you tried any of these products?
I love moroccanoil though prefer the light version. I loved the cor soap - be interested to hear what you thought of it. xReplyDelete
Thanks, I'll have to give the light version a go. My mum swears by it. xDelete
Where did you get the Moroccanoil from? I use the Ojon and love it but I've been hearing about this and wanted to give it a try. xReplyDelete
I received it with an order of other hair products form Look Fantastic. If your hairdresser sells moroccan oil they may be able to give you a sample like this though. Never tried Ojon yet but have heard good things about it. xDelete
I've been thinking about moroccon oil but I worry my hair might be a might short but this light version seems a bit perfect! Laura xReplyDelete
I was worried my hair would be too fine but you only need a tiny amount and I can even this sample bottle lasting forever.xDelete
I love moroccanoil; my hairdresser gave me one of those little bottles and it lasted months! (I have long, fine hair) xxReplyDelete
Glad to hear someone else with fine hair found it worked for them. I'd been avoiding it for ages as I thought it would be too heavy for me but turns out I only needed a tiny amount. xDelete
Moroccanoil is my holy grail product. I use it almost every day especially when blowdrying my hair as it quickens up the process – does anyone else find this? I think Hairtrade is the cheapest place you can get it at the moment. I also find it good to use on my I&K hair extensionsReplyDelete
I've never really noticed it quickens drying time, will need to investigate next time I blow dry my hair! xDelete
Moroccan oil is really best for your hair.ReplyDelete