|Botanical Name||Argania Spinosa|
|Country of Origin:||Morocco|
|Extraction Mode:||Mechanical Extraction|
|Strength of Aroma:||Deep Nutty|
Super Grow Argan Oil is high in vitamins E which gives it an amazing ability to repair skin, increase elasticity and decrease wrinkling. It gives skin hours of protection while softening and decreasing wrinkles and sagging. This is the real thing. It contains no silicons, alcohol, and fragrance.
Argan oil is extracted from the seeds of the argan tree, native to an area in southwestern Morocco. The long-standing practice involves removing the thick peel and fleshy pulp of the argan fruit and then cracking the nut by hand to obtain the oil-rich kernels inside. it is swiftly taking the place of other natural oils for hair protection and treatment. Argan Oil is Rich in Vitamin E, raw Argan oil naturally contains almost 80% of fatty acids like Stearic acid, Oleic acid, Palmitic the highly potent botanical nutrients.
Argan oil is so moisturizing, it serves as a great conditioner or mask for your hair. “Argan oil’s molecules are smaller than other oils, so it’s easier to penetrate the hair cuticles, which will make hair softer and more manageable with less tangles and dryness.
The vitamin E and fatty acids in argan oil actually protect the hair and scalp from heat damage caused by styling tools. To protect your hair while blow drying, straightening, or curling.
Argan oil works like a high-quality scalp sunscreen for your hair, neutralizing free radicals (unstable molecules that tend to wreak havoc in your body) enhanced by the natural environment and sun. “The antioxidants found in argan oil are especially beneficial for color-treated hair to prevent loss of pigment and extend the life of your color.
Skin regeneration and repair qualities of argan oil help to reduce inflammation, increase skin’s elasticity and minimise the appearance and texture of stretch marks.
Argan oil contains a physical filter against UV light which therefore helps to prevent sun damage, and its skin repair qualities, including vitamin E help to fade sun spots resulting in happy, glowing skin.
Argan oil’s anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties can treat oily skin and acne. Argan oil regulates sebum production so your skin is hydrated and won’t begin to overproduce, this is especially useful if you already have oily skin.
Argan oil is ultra-hydrating and aids exfoliation meaning there isn’t a barrier of skin cells for skin care products to act through and they can easily be absorbed into the skin.
Due to its highly nourishing and sun protective qualities, skin ageing caused by dry skin and sun damage is reduced. Argan oil’s high vitamin E load helps strengthen the skin’s barrier, reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
Argan oil’s abundance of vitamin E and fatty acids can protect the hair and scalp from damage from styling tools such as straighteners and hair dryers.
Argan oil is extremely moisturising and so particularly suitable for dry skin. You can use it on your face, but also on your hands and cuticles, for example. It absorbs deeply into the skin without leaving a greasy film.
Agan oil’s omega fatty acids, vitamin E, and linoleic acids, all of which work to hydrate your skin and soften dry patches.
Argan oil skin is very beneficial if you suffer with acne as it helps to reduce acne scarring. It does this by promoting natural skin regeneration, hydration, and elasticity. When you buy store bought acne remedies, they often contain ingredients that strip the skin of it’s natural oils causing dry skin to take its place and then sebum production increases tenfold to supplement the lost oils. This then leads to clogged pores, and further breakouts and scarring.
Argan oil soothes and reduces inflammation that comes along with acne breakouts, which helps to control sebum production and reduce further clogged pores, as well as promoting self-exfoliation – allowing your pores to breathe. In terms of helping to reduce existing acne scarring, the Vitamin E it contains promotes natural skin repair and antioxidants that work to repair and heal damaged skin.
How To Use
- Rub a little argan oil on the ends of damp hair to strengthen the follicles, tame frizz and reduce the likelihood of split ends forming.
- Massage some onto cleansed skin before you go to sleep as an overnight treatment for your complexion.
- Apply some pure argan oil to wet, shampooed hair as a replenishing hair mask once a week.
- Rub a few drops of argan oil into your scalp before bed to stimulate blood flow and bring down any inflammation. Rinse off in the morning.
- Put a little on damp or dry hair before using heated styling tools to protect your locks from heat damage.
- Fade scarring or stretch marks by massaging a little argan oil regularly into damaged skin.
Skin sensitivity may occur. Essential oils are highly concentrated and should be diluted before applying directly to the skin. Keep out of reach from children. If pregnant or breastfeeding please ask your doctor before use.