Apply Argan at night as an intensive moisturizing treatment and/or in the morning as a base for your makeup. Start by using Argan oil at night to see how your skin likes it. Then you can use a couple of times daily if your skin needs extra hydration or just apply to dry or wrinkle prone areas.
Argan oil penetrates easily and does not leave an oily residue and can be used around the eye area. Since this is a pure oil a little goes a long way and you only need a few drops for your whole face.
An evening face massage with a gentle circular motion is recommended.
Good for all skin types
As always the best time to moisturize your body is right after your bath or shower. Use Argan oil instead of a lotion as it is Natural, Non-Comedogenic (won't clog pores) and Chemical-free which is better for your skin & the environment.
For chapped or dry lips apply a little Argan, massaging them gently (one lip against the other).
Mix equal parts of Argan and lemon juice and soak for approximately 10 minutes to limit nail breakage and soften cuticles. Rub a little Argan oil into the cuticles at night before bed for daily maintenance.
Argan oil is great for damaged, over-processed hair. Argan restores shine, cares for the scalp to advance hair growth and mends split ends.
Add a tablespoon to your favorite shampoo or conditioner.
Rub a few drops into your palms and work through your hair paying attention to the ends. This gives a nice sheen and is great for the frizzy's too!
For an intensive hair treatment to restore dry damaged hair and add shine, improve dry scalp, apply a generous amount to dry hair starting at the ends, wrap in a warm towel and leave for 30 minutes or leave on overnight. Wash and style as usual.
For dry scalp and dandruff, massage Argan oil into scalp.
Note: All of our products are for topical application only and not to be taken internally. If you have extreme allergies to nuts be cautious to read the ingredients of the product you are considering as we use nut oils in a lot of our products.
This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration and is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease or illness.