An infinite number of positive properties are associated with argan oil. No wonder - the oil is one of the most valuable of its kind and not without reason.
Origin of argan oil
Argan oil was virtually unknown until the beginning of the 21st century. In Morocco, however, this outstanding and special oil has always played an important role. Argan oil is obtained from the Argania Spinosa, a fruit of the argan tree, which occurs exclusively in Morocco. The tree has fruits the size of a plum with an extremely hard nut inside. This nut in turn contains kernels or seeds from which the oil is pressed. It is astonishing that the argan tree only thrives in a small area in Morocco, because any attempts to cultivate the tree in other regions of our planet have always failed. For the Moroccan population, the argan trees are the basis of life.
Traditionally, Berber women produce the valuable argan oil. It can take up to twenty hours to produce one liter of oil. Obtaining the pips is extremely difficult because the tree is full of thorns. The Berber women therefore wait for the fruits to fall from the tree and collect them and can later be picked up from the ground. The fruits are then dried in the sun, which exposes the kernel of the fruit. In the kernels there are usually three small seeds from which the argan oil is extracted. In some cases, the kernels are roasted before the oil is extracted, which gives the oil its very own taste.
The effects of argan oil
The effectiveness of argan oil is very diverse and is therefore also used in a wide variety of contexts.
A real ALL-ROUNDER
Due to the moisturizing effect of argan oil, it can be used very well for dry skin. It is also a real booster for the hair. Argan oil makes hair silky and shiny, so that it always feels supple. The wonder drug has an anti-aging effect, which ensures elasticity of the skin and thus reduces wrinkles. The moisturizer is also a great remedy for dry skin, as you might expect. The knees and elbows are particularly affected by dryness. But other areas of the skin are also heavily used, especially in the cold season. Argan oil can be applied to dry areas of the skin so that they regain moisture. Argan oil has another positive effect in the treatment of acne. Not every oil is suitable for every skin. However, since the super oil from Morocco soothes the skin and promotes the healing of blackheads, it can also be used in the treatment of acne and blemishes.
Argan oil for hair & scalp
Argan oil has become an indispensable part of shampoos and conditioners. Although it is not necessarily a bargain, it is definitely worth investing in the effective oil. Dry, brittle hair or hair with a tendency to split ends becomes smooth, supple and easier to comb again through the use of argan oil.
The hair also thank you for regularly using argan oil. The linoleic acid contained in argan oil protects against hair breakage and gives the hair more elasticity and resilience. Argan oil can even accelerate hair growth and prevent hair loss. It's no wonder that the wonder drug is often found as an additive in many hair products such as shampoos, conditioners and hair treatments. But the pure oil can also be used as hair oil to achieve shiny and healthy hair quickly and in a targeted manner.
Beneva Black Hair Mask
The Beneva Black hair mask kills two birds with one stone. It ensures silky, smooth hair and is also completely free of harmful ingredients.
1 Massage an appropriate amount into your towel-dried hair
2 Hair mask evenly on lengths and ends. Wait 5-10 minutes and rinse your hair carefully
Aqua, Cetearylalcohol, Steartrimonium Chloride, amodimethicone, cetrimonium chloride, trideceth-10, Dimethicone, Hydroxyethylcellulose, Parfum, Argania Spinosa Kernel Oil, Methylchloroisothiazolinone, Methyllisothiazolinone.