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50Ml Argan oil
For centuries, the Argan nut was a national treasure maintained by the natives of the Argan Forest in Morocco, especially in Agadir region. The precious Moroccan oil extracted from the nut was believed to be used not only for its soothing qualities, but also as a beauty serum, for hair and skin. This ancient Mediterranean ingredient has now become a beloved staple in beauty practices around the world.
It is good for all kinds of skins and hairs
Referred to as “liquid gold”, Argan oil or the Moroccan oil is an extremely rich substance containing beneficial nutrients, fatty acids and vitamin-E; a known antioxidant.
Argan Oil of Morocco for skin:
A clinically proven 100 percent organic, do-it-all essential that naturally moisturizes and smooths fine lines and wrinkles to preserves skin’s youthful radiance.
– Fine lines and wrinkles
– Loss of firmness and elasticity
Argan Oil of Morocco for Hair:
It’s not only known as a superb moisturizer, but when using Argan oil, it helps to nourish and smooth frizz for a healthy, hydrated look.
The benefits don’t stop there! Packed with antioxidants, fatty acids and vitamin E, Argan oil is known to help revitalize locks and restore shine to dull, lifeless hair.
If argan oil is great for nourishing hair and skin, you might be wondering : what does Argan oil do for the scalp? It works wonders to help moisturize the scalp, leaving it feeling healthy.
How I do personally use it for my hair, as I do have curly hair, I sue it just after washing my hair with the shampoo, I use it as a serum as I don’t use a conditioner, I put a bit in my hands and apply it to my hair while it’s wet and warm then wash it again with some warm water, it this case I make sure the my hair absorbs it properly.
What else you need to know:
Moroccan Way’s 100 percent organic Argan Oil is first cold-pressed and never heated to ensure the most powerful, highest-grade oil. It is 100 percent pure, 100 percent eco-certified organic, and free of any synthetics, fillers, or fragrance. Housed in a recyclable glass bottle and purchased from women’s cooperatives in Morocco to support their social and economic welfare.
The amber glass is not just for looks! Unlike clear glass, amber glass filters out damaging blue and ultra-violet light that can break down the products beneficial compounds and nutrients, ultimately reducing it’s effectiveness and potency.
This product is vegan, cruelty-free, dermatologist tested, clinically tested, and formulated without GMOs, fragrance, and formaldehyde.
Extraction and production of Argan oil
Argan oil is a plant oil, extracted from the kernels of the argan tree. Argan oil is a plant oil produced from the kernels of the argan tree. It has been used for centuries by Moroccan women due to its beauty and health properties.
The fruits of the Argan tree ripen in July and August. The women in Morocco are involved in the collection of the fruits of the argan tree. While some are gathered from the ground, others are picked from the tree. The fruits are dried in the sun before their flesh can be removed. The outer part is used in the production of animal feeds which are fed to the large flocks of goats that they keep.
The argan fruit has a fleshy, green exterior like an olive, but is larger and rounder. Inside, there is a nut with an extremely hard shell. Nut conatin 1-3 almond-shaped kernels.
For ages extracting oil was done manually, by grinding kernels into paste and then kneaded paste by hand to extract the oil. Few cooperatives are still using traditional manual methods of extracting the oil, but is a lengthy process that takes up to 20 hours of work to produce 1l of argan oil.
As the hand removal procedure is extremely demanding and time consuming today cooperatives use machinery in the production of argan oil which simplifies the work and lower the price of oil. Machine extracting also makes the product more hygienic and of better quality as no water is added.
However, still each nut has to be cracked open to remove the kernels. The women use sharp rounded stone to crack the shells. The raw kernels are crushed until create a paste. From paste oil is cold-pressed.
Some parts of the oil production process, like harvesting and cracking nuts, are still done by hand, but the oil extraction and filtering is done by using modern machinery.
Argan is extremely important both culturally and environmentally. Oil production gives jobs to 3 million people in Morocco.
Size : 30ml