Review: Royal Moroccan Hair Repair Shampoo

Royal Moroccan Hair Repair Shampoo ★★★★
Price: $17.95
Size: 300ml
About: hydrating shampoo designed to target dry, damaged and colour treated hair. Infused with naturally derived ingredients. Packaged in a plastic bottle with pump applicator.
Review: My fine hair has been colour treated and exposed to the harsh abuse all women put their hair through, all over the past couple of decades, so the damage is clearly evident. I have heard of the treating and repairing capabilities of Argan oil when used overtime, and hope that  over time, Royal Moroccan Hair Repair Shampoo will perfectly compliment my personal hair care needs. Packed with vitamins and proteins to protect against future assault, yet promoting all over lustre, vitality and brilliance. I’ve always wanted to experience the benefits of Argan oil, but popular brands were just too expensive, so I was thrilled to discover that Royal Moroccan is an affordable alternative at just a fraction of the cost. The short term results I achieved using this shampoo, along with the conditioner in the same range are impressive already, although I plan to continue the use over a longer time to determine the possibility of rejuvenating my tresses to an even greater extent.

Royal Moroccan Hair Repair Shampoo is suitable for anyone with damaged or coloured hair, looking for a restorative solution that will help keep your hair and scalp healthy without succumbing to an expensive price tag. The clear gel-like shampoo has a smooth, runny consistency to begin with but after contact it is dense and slightly creamy in texture. Blended with the fragrant goodness of plant based ingredients, including the widely popular Argan oil, I would describe the reflective scent as a floral, botanical aroma, which is also evident in the matching conditioner. Whilst I don’t consider the smell unpleasant, it is quite strong to begin with, but fortunately it isn’t so noticeable
once the hair begins to dry. I found that 4 – 5 pumps of shampoo provided a sufficient amount to massage right through my medium length hair. Because the formula is sulphate free it doesn’t lather up into a big mound of bubbles, instead it gradually works into a lightweight foam, which effectively cleans my hair. My scalp is sensitive and easily aggravated, particularly from harsh hair care products. Royal Moroccan Hair Repair Shampoo is quite mild and instead of upsetting my scalp it soothes and nurtures, making it perfect for frequent use. Water rinses out every last trace of shampoo from my tresses, with no greasy residue left coating the strands. It leaves my hair feeling nice and clean, but the only downside is the lengths are a bit matted and knotty after shampooing.

After following through with a conditioner and towel drying, the result is silky, soft, glossy locks that aren’t weighed down, stripped or parched. Instead it imparts an incredible fullness and bounce that gives the impression of thickness to my naturally fine hair. The shampoo and conditioner combination from this range has already improved the overall condition of my hair and scalp in the short space of just a few weeks. I no longer have a dry, flaky scalp that is red and itchy and my over processed tresses are less fragile with the boost of nourishment helping to diminish the brittle, straggly ends and transform my locks leading into an overall healthier-looking appearance. Royal Moroccan Hair Repair Shampoo is presented in an amber coloured, see-through, plastic bottle, with a silver/chrome lid and pump-action dispenser. The packaging isn’t travel-friendly and even though the pump features a locking position, there is a possibility that it could still leak and get very messy.
Purchased: No.
Reviewed by: Melanie Kuziemko, Yeah Yeah, Ragger Ragger.