Face And Skin
Argan Oil is known as nature’s ultimate anti-aging product. It is extremely high in Vitamin E, essential fatty acids, antioxidants, sterols, polyphenols, and carotenoids. Argan Oil also contains squalene, which has been promoted as having anti-cancer properties. Argan Oil is good for both dry and oily skin types.
Because it helps to regulate the sebaceous glands (oil producing glands), oil on the skin
will lessen and issues such as acne are greatly improved. For basic skin care, Argan Oil can be used as a daily moisturizer and as a makeup base. It is also useful for skin conditions such as: psoriasis, eczema, dry skin, contact dermatitis, inflammation, acne, wrinkles, scarring, minor burns and cracked heels. In arthritic and rheumatic conditions in which joints are damaged, Argan Oil soothes and reduces pain. Argan Oil also produces excellent results on new tattoos by soothing the area, decreasing itchiness and helping the skin to heal quickly. In addition, it is ideal to use after waxing, laser treatments and even chemical peels. Usage: Apply in a circular motion to clean skin morning and night until absorbed. Be sure to include the area around your eyes. You will be able to see a difference within a few days of consistent use. Those with dry skin like to use it morning and night, while some with oilier skin like to just use once per day.
Belly To Baby
Many Moroccan women use Argan Oil liberally on their expanding bellies while pregnant. They do this to prevent drying, itchiness and discomfort from rapidly stretching skin. They also apply Argan Oil in hopes of avoiding stretch marks. Because Argan Oil is extremely high in essential fatty acids, it helps to prevent a loss in elasticity of the skin.
It is most beneficial to use Argan Oil as a preventative measure against stretch marks. However, it is very rich in antioxidants, which will substantially reduce any existing marks. Argan Oil is also excellent for nursing mothers. It is safe for both mom and baby.
Say goodbye to diaper rash. Protein-rich Argan Oil will both prevent and treat it. It soothes inflamed skin while repairing, moisturizing and revitalizing it. Argan Oil is a fantastic daily barrier for sensitive baby bottoms. And since it absorbs quickly in the skin and has a non-greasy texture, Argan Oil is excellent with cloth diapers. Our oil is fantastic for babies’ sensitive skin, keeping it soft and fresh. Because Argan Oil is extremely high in vitamin E and essential fatty acids, it is beneficial for many skin issues including: eczema, dry skin, cradle cap and baby “acne”. It is also the ideal oil to use for infant massage.
Hair and Nails
Non-greasy Argan Oil restores the luster in hair. The high level of Vitamin E helps to lock in moisture and repair environmental, chemical, or styling damage. Rich contents of unsaturated fatty acids help to strengthen protein bonds in the hair shaft. Argan Oil also regulates oil production in the sebaceous glands, aiding with issues of dry or oily scalp. Usage: Run a very small amount through your hair after washing and then style as usual.
You can also choose to indulge once or twice a week and apply a generous amount to freshly washed hair at night, massage it in the scalp for a few minutes starting at the back of the head and then working your way up. Finally, cover your head with a shower cap, (or cover your pillow with a towel!), sleep on it, then re-wash again in the morning.
Because of Argan Oil’s richness in Vitamin E, F, and essential fatty acids, it will promote strength in easily broken nails and will ensure cuticles are smooth and in great condition. But don’t forget your toes! Your toenails and feet will benefit greatly from regular use of Argan Oil. If you suffer from very dry, cracked heels this is the product for you. Use: Massage a drop or two Argan Oil on your cuticles, nails and hands as needed. For a more intensive treatment, mix equal parts of Argan Oil and lemon juice and soak your nails in it for ten minutes.
Effective After Care For Tattoos
~Also known as “Liquid Gold” because of its healing properties. Heals tattoos very quickly without hindering ink and colour. It is very soothing for itch.
~It has high levels of vitamin E (also called tocopherols) and carotenes (a form of Vitamin A). These vitamins are known to protect and repair skin damage.
~Antioxidant-rich – Antioxidants protect skin cells from chemicals, drugs, pollutants, and ultra violet rays that produce free radicals that attack healthy cells and cause skin damage.
~Absorbs very quickly and does not leave a “greasy” or “oily” feel.
~It is a healthy source of Phytosterols which have both an anti-irritation and an anti-inflammatory properties. They are good for scar tissues and will help repair, sooth and condition the skin. Aside from these, phytosterols also improve dry skin, help repair damaged skin including scars and tattoos.
~Rich in Unsaturated Fatty Acids- Help to soften the skin and take away itch.