January 26, 2010, - 7:12 pm

Support Israel by Buying “Moroccan Oil” (Great for Your Hair & Skin)

By Debbie Schlussel

After I exposed Chi/BioSilk/Sunglitz owner Farouk Shami for what he is–a pro-PLO extremist Muslim hater of Israel (including here and here)–a number of readers told me they are bummed because they will have to throw out their Chi or CHI products and asked me what they should use on their hair.  First of all, don’t throw it out.  Use it up.  You already forked over the cash.  Second, there are a gazillion hair products far better than Chi or anything Shami and his Farouk Systems produce.  And third, I’m no Jose Eber or Rita Hazan, so why are you asking me for hair product advice?  Not my thing.  But now, there is a hair product I’d like to recommend to readers.  Plus it’s a skin conditioner, too.

moroccanoil

Over the last several months, I’ve been reading about the latest chic hair treatment product, Moroccan Oil, used by many big-name female celebrities with long, beautiful tresses.  I wanted to try it, but given it’s name, I didn’t want to fund some Islamic Moroccan Israel-haters and terrorism supporters.  Lo and behold, looking at a bottle, I discovered that Moroccan Oil is made in  . . . Israel, by Israeli Jews (sometimes “Israeli” products are made by Arab Muslims who identify as Palestinians, so you gotta be careful with the “Made in Israel” label).  It even features a tiny Aramaic abbreviation, “BS’D,” which stands for “With the Help of Heaven” on it, which religious Jews traditionally put on anything they write or publish.

Morrocan Oil makes a number of products, but the best one, which I recommend for women (and even men, though I am usually against these kinds of products for men), is the “The Original Moroccan Oil Oil Treatment.”  A few drops of this oil on your hair when it is wet, and before you are about to blow dry or let it dry naturally, does wonders.  It makes hair noticeably softer and shiny and definitely gets rid of frizz and bad hair days.  It’s made from argan oil, rich in vitamin E and essential fatty acids and great as a fast absorbed moisturizer.  It’s the best hair product I’ve ever tried . . . and I feel like I’ve “tried them all.”

I bought a bottle at Tricho Salon & Spa in Novi, Michigan (owned by my friend, Jewish conservative Republican and radio talk show host Michael Stein).  It’s a little pricey, but one bottle will last you forever.  You only use a few drops at a time.

Gee, I hope I didn’t ruin Moroccan Oil’s run with lefty celebs, now that I’ve let the world know it’s one of the many great Israeli products.

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66 Responses

Thank you for this, now I am sure I do not want to buy these products so I don’t support war criminals who murder children in their sleep by hundreds.

Lina on August 28, 2014 at 10:54 pm

I can’t believe this post.

Nesrin on October 21, 2014 at 6:38 pm

Thank you for informing me it’s a jewish israeli product! I needed to know what country is responsible for making such a crappy profucts and selling it expensively. Sorry Morocco for bashing you without a reason. I’ll never buy it again!

Angie Thompson on February 16, 2015 at 1:58 pm

I’m from morocco and I’m ashamed to see our moroccan argan oil goes to an israeli zionist company … I’m jewish friendly person but seeing children of gaza being killed is just heart-breaking, I will never support a zionist company until they get out of palestine

khamlichi on August 11, 2015 at 3:27 pm

Absolutely fantastic product and I only buy israeli products and so thankfull to find out it is Made in Israel. Somebody must fight this new nazi propaganda made my muslims! That is why I never buy any turkish or north african products because Islam is a new nazism!!

Petra on September 6, 2015 at 6:54 am

The first thing it’s quite weird that you want to use a Moroccan product, ORIGINAL and grown on Moroccan soil and still doesn’t want to use a product made by Moroccans but wait you called them “some Islamic Moroccan Israel-haters and terrorism supporter”. Second if you are so against using a product that has some origins of Arabs and Muslims don’t use it at all and money out of it and then bash us for being against you. Ps: I have nothing against jews and Moroccans particularly have nothing against them, they lived among us for hundred of years or more.

salma on January 2, 2016 at 12:28 pm

Love your neighbor as yourself.

littled on April 9, 2016 at 7:31 pm

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