The uses of Argan Oil are endless. It has been known to be used in culinary for salad dressings and dips as studies show that Argan Oil helps in preventing cancer and obesity. However, it is not only in that field that this essential oil is changing lives but as well as in the world of cosmetics. The vitamin E infused in Argan Oil along with its antioxidatns act as a hair protectant and help in soothing sunburn.

Try N’aam Argan Oil 100% Hand-pressed Argan Oil to be used as a daily moisturiser.


Co-ops Machine made oil is cheaper and easier to make. Now they are trying to promote that its quality is as good as Argan Oil made by hand. But there are some sellers of machine made oil that admit hand made is better – but they swear no one does it anymore. And that machine pressed oil is the only thing available. But here the real is.Once you try hand-pressed argan oil. You’ll never go back. 

Eva is a big fan of Argan oil which she uses on her skin: “I prefer to look as natural as possible; I feel happy when my skin can breathe. I recommend moisturising your face throughout the day – I love natural oils such as almond and jojoba. Argan oil from Morocco is my total skin secret; it’s spectacular!” 

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Argan oil is something of an all-round beauty superhero: the skin, hair and nail saviour is beloved by stars Kim Kardashian, Madonna and Selena Gomez for its rich, moisturising properties.

And the oil, often dubbed ‘liquid gold’ due to its rarity and expense, is also providing a lifeline for Berber women and their families in the semi-desert Souss valley of south western Morocco, one of the only regions in the world where the argan tree grows.

Long used as a traditional remedy by Berber women to treat wrinkles, scars, and acne, argan oil is renowned for being incredibly moisturising, highly anti-inflammatory and easily absorbed. It’s recently become one of the beauty world’s biggest new breakthroughs, despite being known to Moroccans since the thirteenth century.

Even buying Argan Oil in Morocco, doesn’t give you guarantee that oil is not diluted, unless you know where to buy.

As it is so difficult and time-consuming to produce, a lot of Argan Oil is completely fake, diluted or over-processed. How to avoid fake argan oil and verify the authentic one?

Here is the link!knowledge-about-real-argan/e2avn