Synonymous with creating shiny, bouncy hair, Argan Oil is used by many to strengthen hair follicles and help improve the health of hair, benefiting hair of any length and any thickness. The antioxidants and vitamins improve the feel and overall appearance of hair, and using Argan Oil on your skin has the same effect.
Full of vitamins and fatty acids, Argan Oil can be equally nourishing for the skin as it is for the hair. Along with everything else, there is also a lot of moisture in the oil, which is perfect for those of us who live with dry skin. Providing protection against pollutants, such as smoke and sunlight, pure Argan Oil seals in the moisture it provides, instantly lighting up the skin and making it look visibly more radiant.
Don’t think that using Argan Oil on your face if you have an oily t-zone will make it even more oily; in fact, it helps to lessen an oily complexion by balancing and neutralising the natural oil that your skin produces, and it won’t block pores, meaning that spot production is also reduced. In fact, if you suffer with acne, eczema, rosacea and other skin conditions, it is the perfect product as it doesn’t cause irritation – it just treats the skin kindly.
So that must be all the benefits of using Argan Oil, right? Wrong. It can also help you look younger, as the antioxidants within the oil help to protect and restore the elasticity in the skin. Reasonably priced, Argan Oil can be used either to begin the day or when you go to bed at night, so it doesn’t cost extra money depending on the time of day you use it. These healthy benefits of Argan Oil are reproduced in other beauty products.
KLORANE shampoo with mango butter can be applied to the hair to strengthen it, improve broken ends and generally make your hair appear healthier and stronger. The benefits can be read about here: http://www.lifeandlooks.com/klorane-with-mango-butter.html. And there are more details about using Argan Oil for the skin as well as the hair at http://www.blusherandblogging.com/2011/09/13/argan-oil/.
We all want healthier-looking skin and hair, so why not change a few of your key beauty products to contain the same antioxidants, vitamins and minerals that healthy fruit and vegetables contain?