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Review: Livon Moroccan Silk Serum

Livon Moroccan Silk Serum

 


Hey guys,

Argan Oil seems to be the new craze in the beauty industry and why shouldn’t it be? The Argan tree grows exclusively in Morocco and the oil extracted from its seeds is known for its various cosmetic and culinary uses. Argan oil based products are not quite easily available in India, and those that are, are quite expensive. In comes the Livon Moroccan Silk Serum, a hair serum with the goodness of the Moroccan Argan oil at a very affordable price of Rs 259 for 59 ml

Soha Ali Khan & Chitrangada Singh at the Livon Moroccan Silk Serum Launch in Mumbai
Soha Ali Khan & Chitrangada Singh at the Livon Moroccan Silk Serum Launch in Mumbai

 

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About the Product:

“Moroccan Argan Oil makes hair softer, restores shine, strengthens the thin brittle hair and protects from UV while reversing damaged hair. The UV Filter protects the hair from the sun. Vitamin E in the Argan oil deeply nourishes hair while the Japanese conditioning agent gives long lasting radiance. New Livon Moroccan Silk Serum with precious Moroccan Argan Oil detangles your precious hair and prevents its breakage so that you experience the beauty of smooth, silky, free-flowing hair.”

In the Bottle:

  • Moroccan Argan Oil: Softens Hair, Restores Shine, Strengthens Hair, Protects from UV, Heals damaged Hair
  • UV Filter: Sunscreen protects hair from the sun
  • Vitamin E: Deeply nourishes hair
  • Conditioning Agent from Japan: Delivers long-lasting radiance and shine to hair
Livon Moroccan Silk Serum has UV filters that protect your hair from the sun!
Livon Moroccan Silk Serum has UV filters that protect your hair from the sun!

Benefits of Argan Oil:

Benefits of Moroccan Argan oil as stated on the Livon Website
Benefits of Moroccan Argan oil as stated on the Livon Website

 

How to Apply the Serum:

How To

 

My Review:

Livon Moroccan Silk Serum
Livon Moroccan Silk Serum

 

I’ve been a loyal Livon user since I was introduced to serum so picking this new variant of theirs came naturally to me. I was very eager to try it out so I had ordered it in advance. The packaging of this serum is very feminine and pretty with shades of lavender( I don’t know the exact shade name) and pink. The bottle and cap are transparent, which I think is really helpful for you to decide when its time to restock. The bottle itself is compact and lightweight which makes it easy to carry around.

Coming to the actual product, the serum has a sort of runny consistency which feels quite silky and lightweight when you first take it in your palm. It has a very subtle floral smell that doesn’t overpower your senses. It reminds me of a Sainsbury’s perfume I had got from the UK.  I use just one pump when I’ve conditioned my hair or two pumps if I haven’t and run it through my hair as I have shoulder length wavy hair. The serum spreads easily into your hair and gives a shiny yet non-oily look.

The product does a great job controlling frizz, adding shine and I don’t need to worry about tangles or knots. It also helps give a voluminous look to straightened hair. The UV filter in this product is also great for people who spend their day in the sun or have coloured hair which is an added bonus for me from the regular serum.

Livon Moroccan Silk Serum

Overall, I’m quite happy with the product and have replaced the regular Livon serum with this variant. The serum works wonderfully and helps keep my hair worries away at a very affordable price of Rs 259 for 59ml and Rs 149 for 30ml.

The product is available on leading eCommerce websites like Flipkart, Purplle & even in local Pharmacies and Department stores.

Rating: 4.5/5

 

 

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