Moroccon Argan Oil Healing Shine Hair Treatment £2.50 @ Primark instore
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Moroccon Argan Oil Healing Shine Hair Treatment £2.50 @ Primark instore

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Found 8th Nov 2012
Spotted this on the counter when I went to pay for other things. Cheap @ £2.50 and perfect handbag size. Anyone who has used this oil knows a small bottle will go a long way.

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I got a bottle of this at the till the other day too, good stocking filler for ladies and much cheaper than a lot of other places

Banned

this is so popular right now

Cheap rubbish, the good stuff might be a little steep, but it's worth it. Primark don't do quality in anything!!

Original Poster

I actually own a jacket from Primark that has lasted me 3 winters, I'd say that was quality. Ive used this oil and my hair feels fab! No complaints at all (about the shop or the oil) (_;)

the good stuff might be a little steep, but it's worth it



Damn Right There....Blend your own oils...there's loads of good info/blending recipes on Google...
Argan Oil (1 part) + Rosehip Oil (1 part) + Sweet Almond Oil (5 parts)... add a little to bath =
Super Smooth Skin and Fab Strong Nails
Edited by: "cburns" 8th Nov 2012

have no Primark nearby so can't give this a try, however, I have been using the pound shop maternity oil for my hair - unlike lots of other more expensive oils, that one has peach and apricot oils as main ingredients, not petroleum, and my hair loves it.

recall seeing them making this stuff from the argan trees in marakesh!

This made my hair really sticky and awful, was not good for me

Avon version is same/ cheaper and really good

buy real pure argan oil its not that costly, then if you need to blend it buy some carrier oils. this stuff is cheap for a reason. not voting

Hm, I'd pick it up for my niece's stocking if it was any good. Anyone recommend other brands that are worth buying?

[quote] zachowen [quote]

1 hour ago

Avon version is same/ cheaper and really good [quote]

Yep it's done good on my hair. It was on offer the other day too.

Just wanted to say that this stuff is sold in my local trade-only hair suppliers (I'm a hairdresser), so is nothing to do with Primark as a company. It's also for the same price, I haven't used it but shall pick some up next time I'm in Primark

Somewhere on the Internet on a beauty blog this was compared to another more expensive oil I think it was Moroccan oil and they were like to like exactly the same ingredients bar one which was keratin in the primark one.

I had better try this one. I usually use the Moroccan oil but it does have a hefty price but does wonders with my hair.


buy real pure argan oil its not that costly, then if you need to blend it … buy real pure argan oil its not that costly, then if you need to blend it buy some carrier oils. this stuff is cheap for a reason. not voting



Before buying any of these blends just check how much pure oils (Moroccan oil = Argan oil) you are getting in each
You'll be surprised just how little there is....Always Buy pure!!

I bought some of this the other day, really good stuff

Love the Avon Argan oil, they also do a shampoo and conditioner with the oil in it. Did see this on the counter and was tempted but didnt bother, maybe w8 for more reviews.

If anyone has any friends going to Morocco, you can get about half a litre for this price! I went last summer and stocked up

Work on the tills in Primark and it's insane how many of these sell in a shift! Absolute bargain and if you have thick hair like mine it blow dries much quicker with this on

genuine question- other than having dry hair why would you want to oil it? Why is this stuff so popular do that many people have dry hair? And why would you want it to fit in your handbag, does it have to be applied several times a day?!

j9089981

Work on the tills in Primark and it's insane how many of these sell in a … Work on the tills in Primark and it's insane how many of these sell in a shift! Absolute bargain and if you have thick hair like mine it blow dries much quicker with this on


I have the thickest hair EVER and wow, I have to try it now!!! HUKD saves the day. I bought a Tangle Teezer months ago and it makes doing my hair so much quicker..it takes forever to dry so this might be another weapon in my arsenal in the fight against Worzel Gummidge hair (giving away my age just a tad) :-P

ssouthall6

genuine question- other than having dry hair why would you want to oil … genuine question- other than having dry hair why would you want to oil it? Why is this stuff so popular do that many people have dry hair? And why would you want it to fit in your handbag, does it have to be applied several times a day?!



I use Moroccan Oil instead of a conditioner once a week, it makes my hair shiny, silky, soft and smelling delightful. It's not something I would use every day as my hair would get too greasy but once a week it's a real treat for my hair.
It's a handy size for travelling, suitable for flying and popping in a bag for a weekend away.

I have thick curly hair - would this work on it and what exactly does it do for your hair ?

I have noticed that when I have had my highlights done the last two times, my hairdresser has put a little on my hair - I have straight hair, not curly, so it must be suitable for all types of hair.

Original Poster

lynnielou

I have thick curly hair - would this work on it and what exactly does it … I have thick curly hair - would this work on it and what exactly does it do for your hair ?


As someone has already said its ideal for all hair types, but for thick curly hair I think it would be brill, it makes your hair feel brilliant after using it and it also tames it. You feel the difference instantly after using it, it says it can be used on both wet and dry hair but I tend to use it after washing before I dry. Ive now stocked up because of how much better my hair feels

Had a peek in the Glasgow Argyle Street Primark, nada (though I didn't go upstairs and look, it was just a flying visit). They had Bio Oil which I've never seen in there before, though (must be part of the Xmas gift options).

louiselouise

j9089981 Work on the tills in Primark and it's insane how many of these … j9089981 Work on the tills in Primark and it's insane how many of these sell in a shift! Absolute bargain and if you have thick hair like mine it blow dries much quicker with this on :)I have the thickest hair EVER and wow, I have to try it now!!! HUKD saves the day. I bought a Tangle Teezer months ago and it makes doing my hair so much quicker..it takes forever to dry so this might be another weapon in my arsenal in the fight against Worzel Gummidge hair (giving away my age just a tad) :-P

keep looking! Well worth a purchase. As sad as it may sound, it's liberating not spending forever blow drying! :P

In B&M today, I saw "Argan Oil Hair Treatment (with Moroccan Oil)", at 100ml for £1.49. No idea if it's any good, though.

Also, a NYC mineral powder set with face powder, mini kabuki brush, two eyeshadows and blusher for £1.49.
Edited by: "louiselouise" 14th Nov 2012
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