Argan oil is obtained from the fruit of the argan tree (Latin Argania), more precisely from their small seeds.
It is a rich source of micronutrients and vitamins. Rich in unsaturated fatty acids, about 80%, mainly omega-6 linoleic and omega-9 oleic fatty acids. Thanks to the content of vitamin E, it has strong antioxidant and protective properties, firms and tones the skin. The content of unsaturated fatty acids supports the natural regeneration of the epidermal hydrolipid layer, reduces its oiliness, has anti-inflammatory and soothing properties. Oleic acid additionally supports the absorption of active ingredients - both those present in the oil itself and those contained in cosmetics with the addition of argan oil. Argan oil can be used for skin, hair and nail care.
Firming massage - gently rub 3-4 drops into a clean face until completely absorbed. Argan oil can also be used on the whole body. Rejuvenating and regenerating bath - pour 5-10 ml of oil into a bathtub filled with 1/3 of warm water. Hair - Argan oil can be rubbed directly into the scalp and hair ends. It is enough to put a few drops of the oil on them. Then put a bathing cap on your head, wrap a towel around your head and wait 30 minutes. After this time, wash the head with shampoo and rinse thoroughly; rub the argan oil into the scalp and ends as before, put on a cap and wrap the head with a towel. However, we keep this mask all night. After waking up, wash your head with shampoo. Nails - it is best to soak for a few minutes in slightly warmed oil or rub directly into the nail plate. Visible improvement after a few weeks. The nails become harder and take on a nice shine. Soaking feet - fights cracked heels problems. Used systematically thanks to its natural regenerative properties, it perfectly affects stretch marks, scars, sclerosis, psoriasis, acne and seborrheic dermatitis.