Sunday, November 9, 2014

Morocco Argan Oil Hair Treatment Mask Review

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Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.
A product sample was received for review. I was not paid in any form of cash for this posting.
The opinions expressed are my own and were NOT influenced in any way.

A product sample was received for review. I was not paid in any form of cash for this posting.
The opinions expressed are my own and were NOT influenced in any way.

Sometimes it can be a challenge to have beautiful hair, depending on your lifestyle.  Have you heard of the Morocco Argan Oil Hair Treatment Mask yet?  The Morocco Argan Oil Hair Treatment Mask does really hydrate your hair.  Plus it has very nourishing ingredients, except for two of the ingredients.  The hydrating mask will restore, soften and bring your hair back to life!  It will tame your dry, frizzy and overworked hair.  The organic oils will penetrate your hair shaft, replenish essential moisture and give it that beautiful shine!

The Moroccan's Hair Treatment

For this review, I received one jar of Morocco Argan Oil Hair Treatment Mask!  This Hair Mask made my hair look great, but it has Phenoxyethanol and Stearalkonium Chloride in it.  Here's what had to say about Phenoxyethanol.

Watch out for phenoxyethanol, a popular antibacterial and preservative chemical often referred to as natural by organic skin care brands.  Phenoxyethanol can act as an endocrine disruptor, causing damage to the bladder, brain, and nervous system in animals.
Well, it's not good for the body, so why would anybody want to use it?  I only tried it once and never again!
Here's what had to say about Stearalkonium Chloride. 

Stearalkonium chloride is a stearic acid-derived chemical which is primarily used as an anti-static agent, a surfactant and an antimicrobial.  Designed by the fabric industry for use as a fabric softener, this toxic chemical has somehow found its way into many hair and skin care products.  Some companies have started using it as a key conditioning ingredient in their products, as it’s a cheaper alternative to natural  ingredients that achieve the same task, like certain conditioning proteins.

HEALTH RISKS:  This chemical has been shown to cause irritation to the skin and eyes and has potential negative effects on the nervous system.  Products with this ingredient should be avoided.  That is, unless you want to wash your hair and rub your face with chemical fabric softener!
Well that's two toxic ingredients!  Lets take a look at the rest of the ingredients.   

Ingredients:  Organic Argan Oil, Aloe Barbadensis (Organic Aloe) Juice, Organic Castor Oil, Pro-Vitamin B5, Hydrolyzed Wheat Protein, Cocos Nucifera (Organic Coconut RBD) Oil, Vegetable Glycerin, Limmnanthes Alba (Organic Meadowfoam) Oil, Cetearyl Alcohol (Derived From Coconut Oil), Stearalkonium Chloride, Phenoxyethanol.

The Morocco Argan Oil Hair  Treatment Mask looks like it only has two bad ingredients and the rest are awesome ingredients.  Too bad they have those two toxic ingredients, so I can't recommend this product, because of those two ingredients!

By the way, the jar you see in the picture has been changed to a different type of bottle on Amazon.

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Bonny Sallee

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