Argan oil is an all natural healing balm with amazing properties. It is used on skin, hair or nails. Pregnant women can use it and this effective moisturizer generally does not cause any allergies. It is a care of the body and face with ancestral origins that earned him the nickname of liquid gold.
Prepared by hand, this liquid gold has ancestral virtues. Berber women have been using it for centuries for its cosmetic properties.
Argan oil (or argan oil) is derived from the argan tree, which is found only in Morocco and southwestern Algeria. The almonds of these trees are a delicacy very popular with goats who do not hesitate to climb very high in the argan trees to satisfy their greed.
Rich in vitamin E and fatty acids (oleic and linoleic acids) also called unsaponifiable, argan oil is known for its nourishing, regenerating and restructuring properties.
A 100% NATURAL PRODUCT VERY TRENDY
The current trend is to very high quality cosmetic care using only organic, ecological and fair ingredients. Argan oil meets all these requirements. It can only be produced by women registered in agricultural cooperatives retaining millenary know-how.
COMPOSITION AND PROPERTIES
• Rich in oleic acid (Omega-9): it contains 43%
• Rich in linoleic acid (Omega-6): it contains 36%
• Contains 2.5 times more tocopherols (vitamin E) than olive oil
• Contains squalene, an essential intermediate in the biosynthesis of cholesterol, steroid hormones and vitamin D in humans
• Contains sterols (vital lipids in maintaining the structural and functional integrity of cell membranes)
• Contains polyphenols (antioxidants)
Argan oil is used in cooking and cosmetics. Roasted, it takes a caramelized color and is used for example mixed with honey and crushed almonds to compose the amlou, a toning and rich breakfast. In facial care, argan oil is adorned with a golden dress similar to honey.
Very serious scientific research has concluded that:
• Skin application of argan oil improves skin elasticity in postmenopausal women
• Revitalizes the skin
• Restarts the vital functions of certain epidermal cells
• Restores the skin barrier
• Neutralizes free radicals (caused by UV exposure, ozone or tobacco smoke) responsible for skin aging
Argan oil is also famous:
• Non-allergenic (avoid if allergic to sesame and peanuts)
• Fight hair loss, eczema and skin dehydration
• Strengthen the nails
• Prevent stretch marks in pregnant women, on the chest, thighs, belly and hips
Argan oil penetrates the skin quickly. From 5 to 10 minutes is enough for its absorption. Its use is a sweet ritual particularly pleasant and benefactor.
• In light massages on the face with a few drops.
• Locally applied to particularly dry areas of the body
• On damaged skin in daily use: massage with a few drops of oil then allow to penetrate. After 5 to 10 minutes, mop up the excess.
• On dry and / or broken hair, 1 to 2 times a week: massage the scalp with a few drops of oil. Leave on for 5 to 10 minutes. Make a mild shampoo to remove the excess.
• On brittle, painful and / or dry nails: massage the cuticle (skin around the nail) and nail with a few drops of argan oil. Leave on for 5 to 10 minutes. Sponge the excess.
This facial is a real gold mine if you take care to check its origin and certifications that accompany it mandatory. Argan oil is pure, so you avoid products that contain too small doses to have any effect. i used this product from Joodoor for while on my hair i really noticed the difference in the first month