Argan Oil Treatmentby JOSEPH CHACKERY Officer
Argan oil, sometimes called "liquid gold", has numerous therapeutic and cosmetic uses that can reduce skin aging, moisturize, fight acne and even heal psoriasis. Recommended Features
- Argan oil is an oil extracted from the kernels of the argan tree. The oil is highly valued for its many cosmetic, therapeutic and medicinal properties
- Among other ailments, argan oil is an effective treatment for dry skin, psoriasis, eczema, wrinkles, stretch marks and acne.
- Argan oil comes from a 10,000 square mile UNESCO-protected biosphere in southwestern Morocco, and can only be extracted from trees grown in this area.
- Argan is high in antioxidants, squalene oil, polyphenols, essential fatty acids, oleic and linoleic acids and has at least 200% more vitamin E than olive oil.
- The antioxidants in argan oil fight free radical damage and can protect against aging from the sun. The fatty acids enhance cellular health, with the collagen and elastin required to keep skin young a
Review on Argan Oil TreatmentCold Pressed Cosmetic Argan Oil is a potent anti-aging skin conditioner and moisturizer, with 200% more vitamin E than olive oil and bursting with antioxidants, fatty acids and polyphenols. And it's pure - unlike some of the major skin care brands no added preservatives to the product.
Argan oil, sometimes called "liquid gold", has numerous therapeutic and cosmetic uses. Among other things, it's proven to:
repair damaged and dry skin
reduce sun damage
heal eczema and psoriasis
Does argan have other applications?
Argan oil makes an effective hair conditioner. You can add argan to your hair, whether wet or dry, and it's an ideal remedy for dry hair or split ends. Experiment a little; a few drops can add shine to hair and improve its appearance.
You can also use argan oil to strengthen your nails. Mix one part each argan oil and lemon juice, paint it on your nails with a brush and leave it on for fifteen minutes.
In addition, argan oil can be used for cooking, though cosmetic argan is made with a different process than product meant for cooking and should therefore be used for that purpose only.
Are there side effects with argan oil?
You'll find that argan oil is very safe. In fact, it's recommended for people with skin sensitivities and irritations to common skin care products. There are no known wide spread side effects with argan oil, but if you have specific concerns regarding argan, it's best to speak with your physician.
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