Have you noticed lately when you go to the store that more and more beauty products contain Moroccan Argan Oil in their ingredients? It’s definitely gaining it’s popularity here in the U.S. I mostly see it in shampoos and conditioners. However, the only problem with this is that when it’s added to shampoos and conditioners, it’s most often diluted. The pure form is where you will get the most benefits for the skin, hair, and nails.
Although I have tried a few shampoos like this, and they worked just fine, nothing compares to argan oil in its purest form. Not only is it good for maintaining beautiful, shiny hair, there are some other different uses for argan oil that you may not be aware of. These include:
- Dry Hands
- Chapped Lips
- Prevent Stretch Marks Before & After Pregnancy
- Hair Serum
- Diminish Scars & Marks – Even From Chicken Pox
- Adolescent Acne & Acne Scars
- Massage Oil For Babies, Young Children, & Adults
- Treat Rheumatism By Massaging Into The Joints
- Nails & Cuticle Moisturizer For Hands & Feet
- Anti-Aging Serum for Face, Neck, & Body
- Treats Other Skin Conditions Like Eczema
This amazing oil has been used for years by the women of Morocco. It’s presence is becoming more familiar here in the world of beauty. We’re seeing it not just in the salons, but in the homes of many, including the celebrities. I have even noticed it being put in some make-ups on the market because of it’s benefits for the skin. Being that it’s all natural makes it more enticing to the public.
I believe that pretty soon, this amazing oil will be a daily part of every women’s beauty regime. It’s been given different names such as:
- Miracle Oil
- Liquid Gold
- Liquid Gold of Morocco
- Super Food For The Whole Body
I have been using argan oil for the last six months and what I have noticed is that my hair seems much healthier and softer. My skin is also very soft, especially around my eyes, mouth, and neck. It also helps soften my very dry cuticles. My daughter also uses it on her face to help treat her acne and she absolutely loves it. It has no smell or oily residue when using argan oil for the hair and skin.
I would definitely recommend this oil to anyone looking for that “miracle product” for the hair, skin, and nails. Although it is rather expensive, it is well worth it. The oil will last a long time and you only need to use a few drops. Who knew there can be so many different uses for argan oil?