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What makes Argan oil so expensive compared to other vegetable oils?

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20 years ago, Argan oil was still unknown to most people. Nowadays, it is known worldwide for its many virtues and benefits for the skin, hair, and health. The only issue is, it is very expensive compared to the rest of the vegetable oils. But, why is that? What makes Argan oil expensive? Argan trees only grow in certain regions of Morocco Also called Argania Spinosa, Argan trees only grow in certain regions in the south-west of Morocco, between Essaouira and Agadir. Argan Trees only cover about 800,000-hectares. Which makes it a very unique product of Morocco, and explains its rarity.   It takes 7 Argan trees to get 1 liter of argan oil In fact, an Argan tree produces only gives about 8 kilos...

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Argan oil as an aftershave

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Shaving can be very damaging to our skin. It sometimes causes razor burns, persistent itching, nicks, and cuts, especially if you have dry skin. Replenishing the hydrolipidic film of your epidermis after shaving is a must to prevent your skin from being damaged. That is why it is very important to keep your skin well nourished and moisturized by using Argan oil. Argan oil is a highly nourishing and regenerating organic oil that restores your skin cells, and elasticity thanks to its high tendency of antioxidants, fatty acids, and Vitamin E. In addition, melatonin, plant sterols, and tocopherol contained in the Moroccan Organic Argan Oil offers it its anti-inflammatory properties. Let's not forget about the fact that it also has anti-aging properties....

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Sooth and heal burns naturally with Argan oil

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A burn is a tissue lesion caused by a thermal, chemical or electrical element. Argan oil is one of the best soothing remedies one can use during burns, sunburn, and important skin irritation. Argan Oil to treat burns naturally Thanks to its richness in vitamins E, Argan oil is one of the most effective vegetal oils when it comes to the soothing and calming burns. Pure and Organic Argan oil is also known to accelerate the renewal process of the epidermis. In fact, applying it on irritated or burnt skin helps regenerate the skin faster, which means, you heal faster. How to use Argan oil to soothe and heal burns? We strongly recommend you only use 100% pure and organic...

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How to use culinary Argan Oil

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Moroccans use culinary argan oil like olive oil. It is basically used in tajines. But if you must use it this way, beware, because it loses all its nutritional qualities. In Morocco, the culinary argan oil is mainly consumed for its taste and because it is a 100% organic vegetable oil produced by themselves, so it can only be beneficial for health. It is also used to season salads, meat and fish after cooking, semolina couscous but also in desserts. Although it supports the heat of cooking, it is preferred to be consumed raw, to better feel its taste of hazelnut and sesame. A particular taste that allows it to adapt to both sweet and savory dishes. Sweet side, argan oil...

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The composition of Argan oil

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It is no secret that the composition of any vegetable oil is strongly influenced by its production techniques and conditions. Pure and organic Argan oil is only made using traditional techniques, especially when it comes to culinary Argan oil. Argan oil also referred to as liquid gold has been used for culinary, medical and cosmetic purposes throughout the centuries by the native Moroccan Berbers. Argan oil is extremely rich in vitamins, anti-oxidants, and fatty acids. It has numerous nutritional values. Nutritional values of argan oil Argan oil has a very good source of oleic acid, which is monounsaturated omega-9 fat. It represents 45 to 48% of Argan oil nutritional composition. Another vital nutrient that we can also find plenty of in Argan...

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The difference between culinary and cosmetic Argan oil

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Argan Oil has been used for centuries by Berber women to not only fortify their hair, regenerate their skin and protect it from the sun and wind, but also to eat and cook with some delicious meals. What is the difference between Culinary Argan Oil and Cosmetic Argan Oil? Culinary Argan oil is slightly different from the Cosmetic one. The difference between Culinary Argan Oil and Cosmetic Argan Oil is the production process, especially the processing of the Argan nuts. In fact, to make the pure and organic Culinary Argan Oil, the Argan kernels are roasted on an open fire before they are ground using a traditional stone mill, which is not the case regarding cosmetic Argan oil. Cosmetic Argan...

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How to use Argan Oil

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Argan oil is widely used as anti-wrinkle, to fight against skin aging, to limit the appearance of brown spots and the alleviation of need and it is recommended for the prevention of stretch marks in pregnant women. It is particularly suitable for dry, sensitive and mature skin. It is also used during large desquamations, in the presence of acne, during burns and chapped for its healing action. It is also a capillary fortifier. Hair treatment  Argan oil is particularly suitable for dull and dry hair because it nourishes deeply the scalp, it restores the shine, strengthens and soothes the scalp. In daily care, apply a few drops on the tips and lengths of the hair as often as necessary. In...

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The benefits of Argan oil and Jojoba oil for dry hair

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Like Argan oil, jojoba oil is suitable for all skin types: dry skin, oily skin, fragile and redness. It is also suitable for all types of hair. This is due to its extraordinary ability to rebalance, associate, heal and nourish without being occlusive. Getting Argan oil and jojoba oil is the guarantee of always having in your bathroom a remedy for most of the problems you may encounter. It is inexpensive and a few drops are sufficient for each use. Choose cold-extracted organic oils, which are the most effective because they have not been denatured during the extraction process. Argan and Jojoba oil in regular hair care For shiny and supple hair, jojoba oil can be used as regular care...

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Tips to recognize pure and authentic Argan oil

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Argan oil, also referred to as liquid gold, is a natural oil extracted from the almond of the Moroccan Argan trees. It is used as a moisturizing, revitalizing, regenerating and softening treatment for skin and hair. Organic and pure Argan oil has astonishing qualities, it contains large amounts of beneficial nutrients such as vitamin E and fatty acids, which have many positive effects on our bodies. But sometimes, it can be very hard to determine if an Argan oil is authentic and pure or not. Here are some tips and tricks to help you recognize a pure and authentic Argan oil How to recognize pure and authentic Argan oil Spotting the difference between an authentic and a fake or mixed Argan...

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Improve the growth of your eyelashes with Argan Oil

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Having beautiful, naturally thick and well-maintained eyebrows are as important as having healthy and well-taken care of scalp. If they are healthy and well taken care of, they help frame your face and accentuate your features. The health and shape of our eyebrows impact the harmony of our gaze and by extension that of our faces. Are your eyebrows losing in density? Lacking brightness or thickness? Thanks to this natural remedy that consists of Argan oil, you can regenerate new hair follicle and restore your eyebrows sparkle. How does Argan Oil improve the growth of your eyelashes? For centuries, Argan Oil has been used to naturally improve hair growth. Thanks to its high tenancy of antioxidants, vitamin E, fatty acids, Omega 6 and...

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