PRODUCT REVIEW: Royal Moroccan Serum Treatment


Royal Moroccan Serum Treatment
Price: $29.95
Size: 100ml
About: treatment serum for all hair types, promising to instantly give the hair long-lasting shine without weighing it down, while storing the hair and making it soft and silky smooth. Royal Moroccan Serum Treatment is packaged in a pretty in a turquoise box with white and silver writing. Inside is the square glass bottle with the treatment serum.
Review: I have fairly long hair, down to the middle of my back, and although it is in a relatively good condition, there is no denying that over the years it has been through tremendous abuse. The ends are currently dry and stressed from heat and chemical, as well as the daily tear and wear from blow drying and heat styling. In the winter my hair looks a lot drier, frizzier, and in the summer humidity can make it look frizzy as well. One of the first things that got my attention was the beautiful natural scent, which is very subtle. This scent does not linger too much, fading soon after the serum treatment has absorbed into the hair. Royal Moroccan products contain Argan Oil and other nourishing ingredients such as Grapeseed Oil, Dead Sea Water, flower extracts, and Aloe Juice which work well together to make hair soft, silky smooth and easy to comb. At first I tried Royal Moroccan Serum Treatment and ended up with too much serum in my hands, mainly because it was difficult to dispense just the amount I needed. Consequently my hair was left feeling greasy yet it was shiny, healthy and frizz-free. The following day I washed my hair and tried using Royal Moroccan Serum Treatment again, this time being more careful with the amount I used. I applied in on to damp hair before combing and styling, and it made it so much easier to comb my hair.

Since then I have used the Serum Treatment, not only as a hair treatment but also as heat protector and shine serum. In terms of long term result from using the Royal Moroccan Serum Treatment, I do feel that my hair seems more thoroughly moisturised, clearly thriving from its new daily treatment regime. I do not feel that the Serum Treatment in any way is building up in my hair, or weighing it down. The glass bottle I do not find is very practical, and care definitely must be taken when handling the bottle in the bathroom, and even more so after using the product, which does tend to leave your hands a little greasy. Secondly, the bottle has a very large opening, making it difficult to control how much oil comes out, too much comes out making my hair feel and look greasy. It would be nice if the product was to come with a pump, or at least had had one of those plastic caps inserted into the bottleneck to help control the flow. All in all, it is a great serum treatment that does what it promises. Royal Moroccan Serum Treatment retails at $29.95 and as only a small amount of the serum treatment is required this bottle will last you a long time. I can highly recommend this, and will definitely consider purchasing it again, as well as I will be looking into other products in the Royal Moroccan range.
Purchased: No.
Reviewed by: Karina Nyholm-Hunter.