Argan Oil Benefits: 10 Unique Uses

Argan oil is best known for haircare and skincare treatment. However, there are different ways to apply that you may not know. 1.) Preventing wrinkles:It's very common with Moroccan women to rub Argan oil on their stomachs for pregnancy stretch marks. Argan oil has fatty acids that fight the damage of stretched skin by improving elasticity and supporting the collagen fibers beneath the skin.    2.) Henna conserving:Add a few drop of Argan oil once your Henna design is dry, in order to darken the color and make the color last longer.3.) Massage routine:Simply rub some argan oil onto your

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6 Nutrition Essentials for Healthy Hair

Many people say that you can tell how a person’s overall health is just by the look of their hair. The reason for this is because there are some seriously important nutrients in our diets that can have a positive impact on our luscious locks. The trick is to know what they are. If you are looking to give your hair a little boost try throwing some of the following into your diet: Iron: Benefits: Promotes growth Iron rich foods: Lean meats, whole grains, beans, spinach and egg yolk   Zinc: Benefits: Promotes growth, prevents hair loss Zinc rich

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Everyday Hair Activities That Are Wreaking Havoc on Your Hair

It all starts with wet hair --- your hair is at it's weakest and most vulnerable state when it's wet. Not taking the proper precautions when your hair is wet can cause a lot of unnecessary damage and you could be doing it every day. Using a towel not made for wet hair This might sound silly, aren't all towels for hair? Not exactly. A lot of towels are actually rough on your hair, can break the hair shaft, and create a harsh pull on your roots. Invest in a hair towel that is going to take the best care

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Argan Oil vs. Moroccan Oil - which is better?

Argan Oil? Moroccan Oil? What's the difference? Which is better? There are a lot of products available now that are claiming to be oil based and derived from Morocco. There is however a distinct difference between these two commercial oils. Argan Oil: Native only to Morocco, Argan Oil is pressed from the kernels of the argan tree. This is the purest form of Argan Oil and is used natively for various purposes such as: skin treatment(acne and moisturization), hair care and even cooking. Moroccan Oil: Commercial Moroccan Oil is a modified version of Argan Oil. Morrocan Oil is a combination

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Putting Agadir on the Map: The Rise of Argan Oil

While the price of crude oil has been tanking, there’s another oil that’s been experiencing a major boom. Argan oil, long used as a medicine and a staple in the cuisine of the Berbers of North Africa, has many recently discovered uses: namely in hair and skin care. Around 2009, this ancient oil stirred up a global cosmetic craze. Its unique properties mean it can be used in a wide variety of beauty contexts including as a moisturizer, an exfoliating agent, a skin toner, and a hair conditioner. It even helps reduce acne and can heal razor burn. The

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