Argan Oil vs. Tea Tree Oil

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 then extracted by crushing the tea tree leaves.


Hair Breakdown:

For hair ends, Argan oil leaves your hair glossy without the greasy feeling. It also reduces drying time by 40-50%. Our alcohol-free formula nourishes and eliminates dry, itchy scalps while stimulating hair growth.

Tea Tree is efficient when battling hair loss due to its' medicinal properties that also enhances hair growth. Since it has more therapeutic/medicinal properties, it cannot be used alone. Add a few drops of Argan oil and mix together for a great combination to the scalp. Argan oil can act as a barrier to protect your scalp from the intensive properties of Tea Tree oil.

Skin Breakdown:

Argan oil isn't as intense of a treatment as Tea Tree oil, so it depends on your skincare needs. Argan oil is popularly known as "liquid gold" because of the anti-aging properties, and how it restores skin moisture like no other oil.

Tea tree Oil is well known as "medicine in a bottle" because it's just as effective as benzoyl peroxide. It's a great tool to treat wounds and skin infections for over 300 years due to its' high antimicrobial antiseptic properties.


Both extracted from the tree family that contains natural benefits for your hair and skincare routine. It's beneficial to even combine both oils together instead of choosing just one.