Tuesday, June 28, 2011

REVIEW: MOROCCAN OIL SEVEN WONDERS RANGE


A couple of months ago, I did a preview/introduction about Seven Wonders HERE. After trial-ing it for a month and a half, it's time for a more detailed review. Please note that I did not use these products throughout the entire month and a half. I did switch between products and did some mix and match (for instances, use both the shampoo and conditioner without the treatment or use other shampoo and conditioner with the treatment....)

Just a quick recap, SEVEN WONDERS is an Australian owned natural hair care brand offering all natural, salon grade styling products, treatments and shampoos and conditioners. All products are made using organic ingredients and are chemical free. The Moroccan Treatment range is Seven Wonders newest addition. 


WHAT I THINK OF THESE PRODUCTS:

Moroccan Oil Shampoo: It doesn't "bubble up" like most shampoos when applied. It has some kind of masculine smell, which I am definitely not a fan of. This product has thicker consistency than normal shampoo - picture gluey and probably need more product to do the job.

Moroccan Oil Conditioner: When applied during shower, this product did not untangle my hair nor did my hair feel softer when I run my fingers through my hair. However, I do feel the difference after blowdrying my hair. In another words, it provides more of an after effect. 

Moroccan Oil Treatment: I apply approximately 50cent coin worth of product on my wet hair after shower, before blowing dry. My hair feels really light and bouncy the next day, not to mention extremely soft too! This is probably the only product out of three that I would consider repurchase. I have tried this products with and without using the Moroccan Oil Shampoo and Conditioner and it works perfectly fine either way. They are not mutually exclusive. In another words, you don't have to use their Shampoo and Conditioner in order for the Moroccan Oil Treatment to work. :)

Will I repurchase?

Both my TRESemmé shampoo and conditioner probably do the same job, if not better, than the Moroccan Oil Shampoo and Conditioner. Not to mention, cheaper too. I usually grab mine during specials, at $4.95 for a massive bottle. For those of you who have been reading my blog for a while should know that I am big on products that smell good. Hence, any hair products that do not smell good automatically have a couple of points taken off. So, its highly unlikely that I will repurchase the shampoo and conditioner unless there's an improved formula. The Moroccan Oil Treatment, on the other hand, is probably the only product I will consider repurchase as my hair did feel nice and soft the next day. 

Here are some information that might help you if you wish to try Seven Wonders Moroccan Oil Range:

RRP: $34.95 for 125mL Moroccan Oil Treatment

The Seven Wonders Moroccan Oil Range is available at health food stores and pharmacies nation wide, or www.sevenwonders.com.au for a full list of stockists. 


Have you tried any of the Seven Wonders Moroccan Oil Range products?
Yay or nay?



Disclaimer: The Seven Wonders Moroccan Oil Range products were sent to me for consideration purposes. I was not compensated for this post. All opinions stated are 100% honest. For more information, please refer to Through Beauty Eyes disclosure policies




XOXO,
A

4 comments:

Jadegrrrl said...

I tried these too, and I'm still quite liking them. I think the shampoo doesn't bubble because it's sulphate free :) ohh and the treatment is awesome for detangling my lil ones hair come pony tail time :)

박진아 said...

ive heard a lot of good things of Moroccan oil... so pricy!

Moroccan Hair Oil said...

The seven wonders hair care range is one of the most affordable natural salon quality ranges on the market. It outclasses many of its competitors in both quality and price. It's a well rounded range with shampoos, conditioners, styling and treatment products.

Thanks a lot.

Anonymous said...

I love this range.My hair has never been healthier since I started to use it.

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