Interesting enough, I first bought this oil when I had hair extensions. I didn’t buy it with intentions on using it for my natural hair. I have had extensions in the past where is the hair would get really dry and didn’t last as long as I would have liked. So, when I bought these new extensions I wanted to make sure the same thing didn’t repeat itself because let me tell you, I paid too much money for that to happen! I was asking around and a friend recommended the Organix Renewing Moroccan Argan Oil. I bought it and fell in love. I have been using it since that day.
So, since I already had it in my bathroom I figured I would give it a try on my natural hair. I have tried different oils and haven’t found one that makes my hair feel as soft as this oil. I really love it because it penetrates my hair shaft and retains moisture. During my natural hair journey I have always struggled with keeping my hair moisturized. It has always felt rough and looked dry after holding a style for 2-3 days and I wondered what I could do differently. Organix Renewing Moroccan Argan Oil has a great fragrance and it leaves your hair smelling marvelous! It is medium to heavy in its thickness, which is something that I love because I need heavy oil for my hair type. However it’s still light when applied and doesn’t weigh my hair down. Sisterfriends, we can’t have limp and dull hair right?
I’m sure you all want to know where you can find this. The good thing is I bought this oil at Walmart for $5-$6. However, I have seen this product available at Target and hair beauty stores for about the same amount. This line offers other great products that you may like as well! So, if you are in need of a new oil or simply just want to try something new, I would definitely recommend this oil. Not only have I used it on extensions but on my natural hair too. I have also used it on my protective styles like marley twists and crotchet braids. I know how trying new products can be overwhelming when you don’t know what to use or how well it will work with your hair texture. But don’t be afraid to try something new. Being natural is all about trial and error. You have to see what doesn’t work in order for you to know what may work.