Argan Oil

Also referred to as liquid gold, argan oil is extracted from the kernels of the argan tree which is native to Morocco. It’s packed with nutrients that are beneficial to the hair and skin, but this oil has many other uses as well.


Just one or two drops of this oil are sufficient as a lip moisturiser. This works well especially during cold months. The oil doesn’t form a crusty layer unlike lip balms.


Argan oil lowers the levels of free radicals, reduces appearance of wrinkles and fine lines while restoring the skin’s elasticity. In addition, it gives your skin a youthful glow.

Hair Conditioning & Styling

Want your hair to be softer and shinier? Include this oil as part of your deep conditioning during wash day.

To tame flyaway strands and give your hair extra shine when styling it, apply some argan oil. Apply some to the ends of your twists/ braids before unravelling to reduce frizz.

Nail & Foot Care

It moisturises and softens skin, leaving your feet supple and nails strong. Massage a few drops of argan oil into cuticles and feet before bed each night for best results.

Stretch Marks

Pregnancy comes with many challenges, one of them being stretch marks. Consistent use of argan oil during pregnancy significantly reduces the likelihood of developing stretch marks.


If you struggle with acne, you’ll be glad to know you can safely use this oil. It’s non-greasy, provides natural moisture and soothes afflicted skin thus promotes healing. Apply it gently onto your face after cleansing.

Skin Toning

Steep a green tea bag in 1 cup of boiling water for 7–10 minutes. Remove the tea bag and allow to come to room temperature. Add a drop or two of your favorite essential oil and 2–4 drops of argan oil and seal in a jar. Use morning and night after cleansing and before moisturizing.

Dry Skin

The vitamin E and fatty acids in argan oil are excellent for repairing damaged skin and providing it with nutrients which will prevent further dryness and irritation in people suffering from skin conditions such as eczema and psoriasis.



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