Morrocan Oil versus Aveda Dry Remedy Oil

I have been a huge fan of Moroccan Oil for many years, so when Aveda introduced the Dry Remedy Daily Moisturizing Oil, I was skeptical.  Well, Aveda has me sold on this one! Both products are leave-in daily treatments that controls frizz, adds shine and makes dry hair feel soft.  The BIG advantage of Aveda Dry Remedy Daily Moisturizing Oil over Moroccan Oil is there is NO SILICONE.  Silicone lays on top of your hair, keeping moisture from absorbing inside the hair.  Dry Remedy Oil uses essential oils (Burati Oil) that will absorb into the hair.  It doesn't just make it look and feel soft, but actually heals the hair from the inside out, without a greasy, oily finish. Here are Eight Ways to Use Dry Remedy Oil Detangle:  Apply a few drops of oil to hands and smooth through hair to help eliminate tangles. De-frizz:  Apply 1-2 drops of oil to the hands and gently smooth over crown to tame frizz and flyaways. Sleep Well:  Add a few drops of oil to your hair before going to bed, wrap hair, and wake up with moisturized waves and curls. Control Static:  Apply a few drops of oil to your hair to add moisture and control static electricity. Moisturize:  After applying your favorite styling product, layer on a few drops of oil for a moisture boost.  Blow-dry hair and style as desired. Finish:  Apply a few drops of oil before styling and finish with a flat-iron to get a straight and silky, professional-looking finish. Soften:  Apply a few drops to your hands and smooth through your hair to moisturize and soften. Shine:  Apply 1-2 drops of oil to your hands and smooth over the surface of your hair for extra shine.

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