Argan Oil vs. Tea Tree Oil

The amount of beauty oils available today can be overwhelming to choose from. This week we're focusing on the the comparison between Argan Oil and Tea Tree Oil along with the benefits of each for the hair and skin.What is Argan Oil?From Morocco, the oil is extracted by hand from the nuts of the Argan tree. Due to it's intensive and manual labor process, Argan oil is one of the rarest oils in the world.   What is Tea Tree Oil?Also known as melaluca oil, it's made from the leaves of the tea tree plant from Australia. The oil is

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Argan Oil vs. Coconut Oil

Argan Oil vs. Coconut Oil        With the rise of different beauty oils in the industry, it can be difficult to diffrerentiate which essential oil is best for each skincare and haircare routine. This breakdown will show the differneces in formula, benefits, and best uses for both products. What is Argan Oil?Native only to Morocco, Argan oil is pressed from the kernels of the argan tree. What is Coconut Oil? Coconut oil is from dried coconut kernels that was originated by the Polynesian people for many years.  It's extracted through a heated hydraulic press.What's in Argan Oil?Argan oil contains high

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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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Argan Oil Benefits: 10 Everyday Uses

Argan oil has been around for many years, but it's now the "Wonder Oil" of the 21st Century. It's been long used as a medicine and staple in the cuisine of the Berbers of North Africa, and has many recently discovered uses.  From hair, skin, and beauty treatments, there are everyday uses for Argan Oil that you may not know. 1.) Razor burn relief:Argan oil has anti-inflammatory properties to cool irritation and acts as a great after-shave solution.2.) Sunburn relief:With its' soothing vitamin E, Argan oil makes a great sun recovery formula. It soothes the pain and even speeds up

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Argan Oil for Cooking: Cosmetic vs. Cooking

There are two different types of Argan Oil: Cooking and Cosmetic. Argan oil isn't just used for haircare and skincare, but it can be found in many culinary cuisines. From its' birthplace of Morocco and only found in the Argan trees, this extraordinary oil is rare, similar to truffle oil.  The Argan tree produces fruit. All done by hand, they're harvested, shelled, and cracked to collect its' kernels. The famous oil then comes from the kernels after they're cold-pressed. What's the difference between cooking and cosmetic Argan oil?  Cosmetic Argan oil comes from unroasted kernels and cooking Argan oil is

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Autumn Hair Care Tips

As the weather changes, you'll notice that your hair changes too. As the air gets less humid and more dry, you'll notice your hair might start to feel a little drier than it did before. It's important to use a few preventative measures to scale back on hair damage during this season and to make the transition to winter less harsh on your hair. Limit the time it takes to blow dry your hair The longer you go, the more damage you'll do. Try air-drying or gently towel drying your hair before going in with the blow dryer. You'll

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