Are Morroccanoil shampoo and conditioner worth the money?

The length of my hair, currently, is arguably the longest it has ever been. I’ve had long hair for a while now, long meaning it stops just above my ass. I had a trim last April and haven’t had one since as I am trying to keep my hair as long as possible for my upcoming wedding, but it is now touching my ass crack and it gets tucked into my pants when I pull them up after using the facilities.

Since my hair has never been this long, I’m noticing that it’s been looking dryer than it normally does. It usually dries out a wee bit in the winter, but it’s closer to resembling a tumbleweed than it is hair, so I figured I should switch up my shampoo and conditioner and invest in an intensely hydrating one.

Years ago I used Morroccanoil shampoo and conditioner quite regularly. I really liked it, however, it got to be a little expensive in the long run, so I gave it up. Fast-forward to now and deciding to give it a try again, it isn’t hard to figure out why I loved it as much as I did.

“Moroccanoil shampoo and conditioners combine high-quality cleansing and detangling formulas with antioxidant-rich argan oil,” says the morroccanoil website. I got their hydrating shampoo and conditioner which is free of parabens, sulfates and phthalates, and as far as I am aware none of their products contain these bastard ingredients.

I ordered this shampoo and conditioner from Amazon, and after using it for about a week I can already see a difference in my hair’s moisture, texture, softness and shine. It is a little pricier than most drugstore shampoos and conditioners, but in my opinion, it is absolutely worth the money. It also conveniently happens to smell incredible.

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