Argan Oil

Argan Oil

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  • The endemic Argan tree produces Argan Oil, a type of carrier oil, which is prized for its therapeutic, dietary, and cosmetic benefits. Argan trees are mostly farmed in North Africa, especially in Morocco. 
  • This oil is beneficial to all skin types, but it is especially beneficial to dry skin due to its high oleic acid content. 


Tocopherols, vitamin E, phenols such as Caffeic and vanillic acid, Carotenes, Squalene, and essential fatty acids the most active components in Argan Oil.


1. Natural Anti-Aging properties:
Argan Oil is a natural anti-aging ingredient that fights free radical damage while also hydrating the skin. Argan Oil contains polyphenols and antioxidants such as vitamin A (retinol) and vitamin E, which help to fight free radical damage (skin damage caused by the sun, chemicals, and pollution). It improves elasticity by fighting free radicals, which slows the development of new fine lines and wrinkles, and it reduces the appearance of existing fine lines and wrinkles by preventing skin from losing moisture.

2. Reduces Redness & Fades Hyperpigmentation:
Vitamin E, vitamin A (retinol), and linoleic acid in Argan Oil heal the skin. This triple threat soothes inflammation, reduces redness, and heals damaged skin (anything from acne and rashes to infections, bug bites, and burns). The oil also reduces melanin production, which naturally fades dark spots.

3. Softens Skin:
Argan Oil is an emollient that softens and smoothens the skin by reuniting skin cells. Excellent for rough or flaky skin. And don't worry - it's not greasy once it's absorbed.

4. Locks in Moisture:
Argan Oil is classified as an occlusive (sealer) because it mimics the skin's natural sebum (the oil your skin produces to retain moisture), and when applied to the skin, it forms a barrier that prevents moisture from escaping. Argan Oil balances hydration for all skin types because it improves the skin's barrier function (prevents moisture from leaving the skin). It helps dry skin stay hydrated and oily skin de-grease. Argan Oil is especially beneficial for postmenopausal women in terms of hydration. However, there is one common misconception of Argan Oil: it does not add hydration to the skin; rather, it retains existing hydration by preventing moisture from evaporating. Protecting hydration is just as important as replenishing hydration to the skin.




Nutty aroma similar to hazelnut

Product color

Pale yellow to golden yellow

How to use

1. With Argan Oil, a little goes a long way
2. Rub together two to four drops of Argan Oil in your hands
3. Apply after serums and creams to your face, neck, and beneath your eyes in a gentle, circular motion

Things to keep in mind

1. Use after moisturising
2. Argan Oil cannot hydrate your skin on its own. The oil forms a barrier on the surface of your skin, retaining existing moisture and preventing moisture from leaving, but it cannot replenish or add new moisture to the skin.
3. If you apply Argan Oil before moisturising, the Argan Oil will clog the pores and prevent the moisturiser from fully absorbing into your skin. moisturise first (to replenish hydration), then apply Argan Oil (to protect hydration). Use a good humectant (like glycerin or hyaluronic acid) to replenish moisture, and then protect that moisture by applying Argan Oil after.

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