Product Name: Moroccan Oil
Size: 3.34 oz (purchase)
Goin’ NaturalTM 100% PURE MOROCCAN OIL has been a treasured secret of the Berber women of Morocco. This rare oil is highly rich in vitamins A, E, F and antioxidants which translate to PURE LIQUID GOLD for the hair. Our organic certified oil hydrates, repairs and penetrates to the cortex layer of the hair which leaves the hair nourished, renewed, and restored. Goin’ NaturalTM 100% PURE MOROCCAN Oil is great for all hair types |and styles.
Ingredients: Argania Sponosa (Argan Oil)
Product Name: Goin’ Natural Morargan Gold Rare Moisture Butter
Size: 12 oz (purchase)
Goin’ NaturalTM RARE Moisture Butter is infused with organic certified nutrients to seal moisture in every coil. Our special blend of butters and oils strengthens hair and prevents breakage by penetrating easily into the roots and feeding them with rare nutrients that restores the natural PH balance of the hair. Goin’ NaturalTM RARE Moisture Butter can be used daily to enhance natural styles or maintain braids, twist, or dreads.
Butyroospermum Parkii (Shea Butter), De-ionzed Water, Cocos Nuciferra (Coconut) oil, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Extract (and) Helianthus Annus (Sunflower) seed oil, Pruinus amyfdalus Duicis (Sweet Almond) oil, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice (and) Mangifera Indica (Mango) seed oil, Argania Sponosa (Argan) oil, Persea Gratissma Avocado) oil, Vegetable Glycerine, Glyceryl Caprylate, Fragrance.
Style 1: After washing, conditioning and detangling my 4C hair, I sectioned my hair using clamps. I started to oil the first section, using a dime size amount of oil from root tip. Then I used a quarter size amount of butter in my hair from root to tip. Then I separated the section in two and flat twisted each piece until my whole head was done. I let my hair air dry over night. I took my flat twists out to achieve a flat twist out.
Style 2: On Day 3 I decided to do dry two strand twists. I started by sectioning my hair in six pineapples. I lightly misted my hair with water, and then added the oil to my hair from root to tip (by section). Then I finger parted my sections to apply the butter to my hair, and did small two strand twists. I only needed to dip the tip of my finger in the butter. Its consistency is thick like a pudding, so I did not have to use much for each twist.
The oil did not have a great smell. It smelled a little bit like medicine, not over powering though… very subtle. I only smelled it when I put my nose to the bottle. Like I said it is very subtle.
Now the Moisture Butter on the other hand, smells delicious! It smells fruity, reminds me of peach. I totally loved the smell!!
Style 1: My hair felt very soft and moisturized. This was one of my successful flat twist outs. I decided to do another style because it is extremely hot these days and my hair did not hold up well.
Style 2: I was EXTREMELY happy with the out come of my two-strand twists. They are soft and bouncy. My hair is shiny and feels moisturized without feeling oily. This is the best two-strand twists I have done.
Style 1: After I used the oil and butter on my hair and let it half dry, I touched my hair and it felt really very moisturized. It was not too oily, which was excellent. It had the feel of having a deep conditioning treatment.
Style 2: My hair is shiny and feels moisturized without being oily. My hair sucks up oil for some reason. The butter is definitely being added to my favorites. The oil is good, but the smell is not keeping me.
The oil for me is a little pricey. I am not sure if I would buy it to use on regular basis. But I know that 100% Moroccan oil is very expensive regardless of the brand. The butter is at a price that I would buy. You get quite a bit in the jar. I used about a quarter of the oil on my entire head. There is enough butter left to do a flat twist-out maybe 4-5 more times. If I were to two strand twist maybe 4 more times.
I am pleased with how my hair turned out for both styles (especially my two-strand twists). My hair does not feel dry and brittle. That has happened with products I have used in the past. I definitely would recommend trying these out.
Have you tried it? What did you think?
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Keeva is an Analyst and an aspiring Entrepreneur, looking for her nitch. She is a wife and mother, who loves everything family. Spending time with her husband and watching her kids events are top priorities. Her hobbies are liturgical dance and being creative. She had locs for seven and a half years before she decided to big chop in October 2011. It has been a journey both highs and lows, but she would not change anything for the world. Natural hair has truly become her passion.View all Keeva posts.