Review: Morrocco Method Raw Shampoo and Sapphire Volumizer Mist Conditioner & Moisturizer

 

I’ve heard about Morrocco Method Int’l products through friends and the kind people at Morrocco Method Int’l sent me two sample products to review. I wasn’t sure what to make of them when I opened the Earth Essence Shampoo.

 

As you can see, it’s pretty much a muddy texture.

What’s in this stuff?

Ingredients:

  • Water (Aqua)
  • Micronized Pure Southwestern White Clays (Montmorrillonite)
  • Micronized Grey, Red, and Brown Kaolin Clays
  • Soapbark (Quillaya Saponaria)
  • Green Tea (Thea Sinensis)
  • Naturally Foaming Cactus (Opuntia Erinacea)
  • Blood of the Dragon Rare Protien (Jatropha Dioica)
  • Aloe Vera (Aloe Barbadensis)
  • Red, Brown, and White Algae Leaf Extract (Spirunlia Platensis)
  • Raw Apple Cider Vinegar (Acetic Acid)
  • Essential Oils of Patchouli (Pogostemon Cablin), Palmarosa (Cymbopogon Martenii), and Ylang Ylang
  • 92 Trace Minerals and Rare Plant/Marine/Fruit Proteins as Natural Preservatives

I had doubts as to the cleanliness factor of putting a mud in my hair, but looks are deceiving. I used half of the shampoo sample to coat my hair in the shower and let it sit on my hair for about two minutes. I suppose I should have read if there were instructions for this, but realistically, that’s all the time I really had. One thing that I noticed, my hair did feel thicker. Considerably so. It also smelt strongly of patchouli. I suppose at this moment, I realized I had crossed into full fledge hippy and wasn’t afraid really, I know these products are MUCH better for my hair than any mainstream shampoo could ever be. My hair tends to get a bit oily and this particular shampoo did help stop that. When I was just doing my no ‘poo Apple Cider Vinegar/Baking Soda routine, I would feel my hair get greasy the next day if I skipped a day of it. That alone makes this product valuable to me.

The Sapphire Volumizer Mist Conditioner & Moisturizer was helpful to increase thickness as well.

Ingredients:

  • Micro Clustered Ionized Water
  • Grapeseed (Vitus Inifera) Extract infused in Cold Pressed St. John’s Wort
  • Pure essential Oils of Wild Rose (Rosa Rubiginosa), Evening Primrose (Oenathena Biennis), Sandalwood (Santalum Albus) Frankincense and Myrrh (Commiphora Myrrha)

It didn’t have an odour at all. I really felt my hair strengthened while using this. I was so sceptical, but it worked for me. I have wavy frizzy hair and I didn’t feel either product was heavy or greasy. I do have to use products to tame the frizz in my hair, but luckily that didn’t override the Volumizer Mist that I sprayed on while my hair was wet. You can use the spray on wet or dry hair.

Over all, I am very glad I received the samples and I know I will be looking for these products from now on. I think they’d make a lovely gift to your favourite blogger, perhaps? Haha. I kid.

This weekend I am FINALLY getting myself together to go red yet again – I’m using Morroco Method Henna Red. Woo! Will definitely blog about that.

Stay tuned!

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6 Responses to Review: Morrocco Method Raw Shampoo and Sapphire Volumizer Mist Conditioner & Moisturizer

  1. Do you know if it’s available in the states?

  2. Never heard of this brand, Lidia. The ingredient list is so – pure! Love that.

    • aireater

      I only knew about it from my raw vegan friends. The ingredient deck is lovely. The smell lingers for days. It’s amazing that way.

  3. I’ve never heard of this either – but it looks goopy and fun. I will have to keep my eye out for it.

    • aireater

      It is kind of fun, I enjoyed putting a mud like substance in my hair, made me feel like a) I was at the spa and b) made me feel like a kid again.

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