HASK Argan Oil Review

Hask Argan Oil

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Lately I have been loving using hair products that are sulfates, parabens, phthalates, artificial colors, drying alcohol and gluten free. Uh hello makes your hair feel and look so much better. 

I have extremely thin hair ever since I gave birth to Landon. I lost a lot of hair and it sucked. THANK YOU HORMONES!

I have tried every single hair product from L’Oreal, Tresemmé, Head & Shoulders, Garnier Frutis and Pantene, you name it. I can never get my hair to go back to the thickness that I once had.

On top of all that my hair is damaged from coloring it and using so many different products. When I started to use the Argan Oil Shampoo/Conditioner, it literally made my hair feel so much better. Today I’m going to be sharing a review on the Hask Argan Oil. 

What does the Argan Oil do for your hair?

It revives and restores your hair by using the Argan Oil with Morocco. It’s infused with moisturizing argan oil. 

How does it work?

While you’re washing your hair it penetrates the hair shaft, gently cleansing while it repairs damage and breakage, leaving even the most rebellious hair frizz-free, silky-soft and super glossy. 

The best part of this product that it also has a shine-oil. Best thing to put after styling you’re hair. It lightweight, alcohol-free oil absorbs instantly to provide frizz-free shine without leaving an oily residue. 

No wonder why argan oil is called the “miracle oil”. You can purchase these at Ulta

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  • yes, I love this stuff! I found it when I moved to the beach last year and this line has really helped tame my hair. It came highly recommended by friends so I gave it a try. Love it!

  • Shelby Bussard

    I am going to have to try this because I have been trying to grow my hair out. I got it cut and it was cute for like a week but then I missed my longer hair. This seems like something that could help the process! thanks for the review!

  • Painting it Purple

    I need to try this stuff!

  • Mitzi Perez

    Argan oil has been my holy grail hair product for the past several years. It has prevented me from getting split ends as often as I used to which then leads to me having to get less trimmed off at the salon. I usually put it on after I have towel dried my hair and I’ll let it air dry before using any heat. I love it.

  • Veronica

    thank you for sharing! i have a bottle of argan oil from Tunisia but never really used it. Will do so

  • This looks like a product I would like to try. Thanks for sharing 🙂

  • Hil D

    Never heard of this one but I love my hand lotion also with Argan oil. I will have to check them out!

  • I was so tempted to purchase some of their products last week when i went to Ulta. I really need to try it out soon. I recently started using the Macadamia Ulta Rich Moisture Mask and it has done wonders to my hair.

  • I’m running out of a super high end brand of argan oil I use when I heat style my hair, so I may have to pick up Hask’s brand. Seems like a great, more affordable alternative!

  • I’m using a shampoo/conditioner set for red heads right now to keep my hair from fading, but I have an oil similar to this that helps with split ends! Love it!

  • I love argan oil for my hair, it helps tame dry ends! The HASK deep conditioner is amazing, it makes my hair so soft.

    Molly and Stacie

  • Chantal Steele

    I love argan oil but have never heard of this brand before…will have to check it out!

  • Love argan oil but I’ve been favoring coconut oil lately 🙂

  • Katie Brown

    Sounds amazing! I’ll have to try

  • jillconyers

    I’ve never heard of this brand but I love using argan oil for a variety of things.

  • Looks like an awesome haircare line! I’ve never heard of this brand but I definitely need to try it out.

    Thanks for Sharing,
    Allison | http://www.LiveLifeWellBlog.com

  • Looks like an awesome haircare line! I’ve never heard of this brand but I definitely need to try it out.

    Thanks for Sharing,
    Allison | http://www.LiveLifeWellBlog.com