Argan Oil Review

What is Argan oil / Moroccan Oil ?

Argan oil is the new thing everybody is talking about in the beauty and health care industries.  It has also been called ‘liquid gold’ and the miracle oil from Morocco. Researchers in the field say :

The amazing thing about Argan oil is its versatility.  It has high concentrations of antioxidants, omega-6 and vitamin E, which makes it ultra-hydrating and nourishing for your skin and hair.

The argan tree, from which the all-natural argan oil is made, is native to Morocco. The oil is produced either by hand presses or mechanical presses to crush the pits of the tree. It has a nutty flavor and many people buy argan oil for cooking and other culinary uses. But what is argan oil most famous for? Surprisingly, it is renowned for its reported uses as a beauty product.
The most widespread use of Argan oil is for daily hair care. The oil does wonders for repairing damage and adding gloss and vibrancy to dull hair.But the Moroccan oil is also used in skin care.  Argan oil gets absorbed into the skin faster than other oils, leaving skin soft and supple without any greasiness.  The oil has been shown to improve problematic skin conditions such as scarring, acne, wrinkles and psoriasis.In Morocco, Argan oil is used for cooking – it adds a nutty, Mediterranean flavour to dishes.  The health benefits of consuming Argan oil are many.  Studies have shown that it can reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease.

From problematic pimples to stretch marks, it doesn’t matter what. Is argan oil the right treatment for you? The answer is definitely a resounding yes. People have been using argan oil for face and skin care, even for hair care and the results have always been amazing.

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