- Amazing magical power of healing hair (locks) & skins
- Repair damage hair & make stronger
- Can replace hair conditioners
- Pregnancy stretch marks removes magically
- Pause premature aging
- Improves appearance of skin & protect from UV
- Gorgeous looking skin and hair
- Best smoothest moisturiser for face and skin
- Blends with essential oils
just a drop or two will nourish hair and skin throughout the day.
Argan oil absorbs quickly and does not leave an oily residue. After cleansing your skin with an all-natural cleanser, pour a single drop into your palm to warm. Apply in a circular motion to your face and neck.
In the winter months, or in dryer climates, you may need a second drop but remember to use sparingly. This oil is gentle and safe to use around your eyes.
Skin toning is an important step in your skin care routine. For an all-over glow, add 2–4 drops to 8 ounces of your favorite toner, or better yet, make your own chemical-free, all-natural toner at home.
Add a drop or two of your favorite essential oil (Eucalyptus blue, lemon or tea tree are great) and 2–4 drops of argan oil and seal in a jar. Use morning and night after cleansing and before moisturizing.
Do-it-yourself exfoliators are not difficult to make and are significantly less expensive than what you can purchase in the store.
To experience the argan oil benefits while exfoliating, just mix 1 tablespoon of brown sugar with a couple of drops of argan oil in your hand. Rub into your face in a circular motion for two to four minutes; pay special attention to acne-prone areas and areas that are dry. Rinse with warm water and pat dry.
Regular exfoliation helps to remove dead skin cells and reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, while giving you a younger, fresher complexion.
Use this exfoliator for more than just your face. If you have dry elbows or heels (or during an at-home pedicure), mix up a bit more to massage the dry and dead skin away.
Great news for anyone who is suffering from acne — argan oil has been proven to reduce sebum levels in individuals with oily skin.
Chemical creams can be expensive and, in the long run, truly do more harm than good. Argan oil’s high linoleic acid content helps to reduce inflammation caused by acne (not to mention rashes, infections and bug bites) while helping to soothe damaged skin cells.
If you are using argan oil as your moisturiser, but are still fighting acne, consider adding argan oil to your list of home remedies for acne. Place a drop in the palm of your hand and lightly dab a bit extra into problem areas.
Tea tree oil complements Argan oil and benefits beautifully with its rich antioxidant content and inherent antibacterial, antiviral and antifungal properties. Together, they can help fight stubborn acne while reducing the inflammation and scarring.
Stretch Mark Remedy
Argan oil can help prevent stretch marks by improving the elasticity of the skin. Warm 2–3 drops of pure Argan oil in the palms of your hands and gently rub into your stomach, hips, thighs or any other potential problem areas.
The vitamin A and vitamin E will help to rejuvenate the skin while moisturising, making stretch marks less likely to form.
Razor Bumps and Burn Treatment
Razor bumps and razor burn are uncomfortable and unsightly. Argan oil is an effective treatment to soothe the skin after shaving, both for men after shaving their beards and for women after shaving their legs.
Warm a drop or two of the oil in your hands and lightly massage into the affected area.
You can also use Argan oil as your whole-body moisturiser. Hopefully, you are already using an all-natural moisturiser (like coconut oil) on your body and avoiding the harsh hidden chemicals that are found in most lotions and moisturisers.
Add just a couple of drops of Argan oil to your therapeutic carrier oil of choice (coconut, olive, jojoba, sweet almond or sesame) to immediately reap all the benefits of this therapeutic natural oil. If you have dry patches on your heels, elbows or other areas, massage an extra drop into those areas for relief.
Argan oil is not only beneficial to skin — it’s also great for hair. This non-greasy oil makes for the perfect leave-in conditioner that makes your hair easier to style while repairing those pesky split ends. Argan oil helps to tame frizz and fly-aways and protect against the heat of hair dryers, curlers and flat irons, all the while promoting body and a healthy shine.
There is some research that indicates argan oil can even promote hair growth, so be sure to rub it into your scalp too. Depending on the thickness, texture, condition and length of your hair, you may need anywhere from 1 drop to 3 drops.
Overnight Deep Conditioning Treatment
If you have dry, brittle hair, once a week do an overnight deep conditioning treatment with argan oil. Warm 4–10 drops in your hands before massaging into your scalp. Continue applying all the way to the ends, twist and place a shower cap on top.
Argan oil benefits more than just your skin and hair; it makes for a wonderful lip treatment or lip balm substitute! Rub in 1–2 drops and wipe away any excess.
This will not only relieve any cracked lips, but also keep your lips soft, smooth and conditioned. Keep argan oil handy during the winter to prevent chapped lips.
Nail & Cuticle Treatment
Argan oil’s non-greasy moisture is an ideal treatment for cuticles and nails. Remove all polish from fingernails and toenails and rinse thoroughly.
Dot a fraction of a drop directly onto each nail, one at a time, and rub into the nail bed and cuticle. Leave on until all nails have been treated.
Wash and rinse thoroughly and then apply polish as desired. The oil will not only help to condition your nails, but it will also help keep your cuticles moisturized so you don’t develop painful hangnails.
If you have dry, cracking skin on your feet or heels, rub 2 drops into your feet, paying special attention to the problem areas. Depending on how dry your skin is, you may need to apply a couple of more drops to fully moisturise the area.