The Beauty ReviewWinter Hair Therapy by Alyson January 18, 2016 Dry and damaged hair is a concern of mine all year round, especially in the winter. I’ve explained on my blog a few times that I get balayage highlights 2-3 times a year and with that comes damage, a lot of damage. My hair has been bleached more times than I can remember, so I really rely on quality products to nourish my damaged hair. Argan Oil is one of my staple hair care items and I’ve tried other oils in the past (i.e. coconut oil, macadamia oil), and those just don’t compare to Argan Oil. I find it absorbs immediately and restores a softness to my strands, even my hair stylist swears by it! Here’s how I care for my hair all year round: So before any styling goes on, I start caring for my hair by using a deep moisturizing hair mask. It may seem a little excessive, but I use hair masks on my ends, like the Moroccanoil Intensive Hydrating Mask, every time I wash my hair because daily conditioners just don’t cut it! Right after I step out of the shower, I use the Moroccanoil Treatment (just a TINY bit!) on my towel dried hair, concentrating most of the product on my ends. I even use it as a finishing treatment if I think my hair is feeling dryer than usual. Just remember not to use a lot, it could weigh down your hair or make it look too oily if applied too close to the root. For an all-in-one product, the Moroccanoil Pure Argan Oil is the ONE. This is what’s infused in Moroccanoil’s products, just in its purest form and with this oil, it does so many things for me: 1.) Hair or scalp leave-in deep conditioner (bye dry scalp!) 2.) Frizz tamer 3.) Face and body moisturizer 4.) Cuticle treatment I’ve been keeping this bottle on my bedside table to use right before bed on my face, hands, hair, feet, and body (basically everywhere haha). It’s a nice nighttime ritual that I enjoy doing and it makes me feel like I’m at the spa. But before you buy any Argan Oil products, make sure to look at the ingredients and how the Argan Oil is processed. Moroccanoil Pure Argan Oil does not have any alcohol (a huge no-no in hair products!) and its Argan Oil is cold-pressed. If you’re suffering from dry hair or skin this season, I hope you find my tips and tricks helpful! How do you care for your hair in the winter? Moroccanoil products are available online at Moroccanoil.com. Thank you to Moroccanoil for sponsoring this post.