Cosmetics’ Hot Elixir: Argan Oil From Morocco
Moroccan Oil TODAY Style TODAY Dec. 13, 2011 at 10:57 AM ET Amazon.com / Katie Quinn’s hair secret? The addictive Moroccan Oil. By Katie Quinn Hair makes all the difference to us ladies. A bad hair day can make you feel dowdy, whereas a good hair day forecasts a fabulous day of kicking butt and feeling good. The best way I have found to consistently have a good hair day is to use Moroccan Oil, an oil treatment that strengthens hair and gives it a glossy magazine cover kind of shine without being greasy. With a dime size of this stuff in my palm then run through damp hair, I feel like I can achieve that post-hair salon pamperwithout the expensive trip to the hairdresser. One of the best things about Moroccan Oil is that it is both instantly gratifying and delivers long-term hair strengthening results. Within a couple days of using it, you can see a distinct difference in the gloss and shine of your hair (thats how I got hooked), but then after time, you can feel that your hair isnt as dry or brittle as it was (which is why Ill continue buying it). I also really enjoy the scent, which doesnt assault the senses but is so pleasant I actually wish I could get it as a perfume. The best way I can describe how it smells is that it is natural in an Aveda way, but its not quite as strong. You can still wear your favorite perfume and have confidence the two wont clash. You can get a small .85 oz bottle on Amazon.com for $20 or the larger 3.4 oz bottle for $34. Its one of those little splurges that goes a long way for making you feel like youre treating yourself to a mini-hair makeover every morning.
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Where Can You Easily Buy Moroccan Oil
I pamper it. I pamper it. I let it do its own thing. The key is Moroccan Oil. If I dont put that in, its gonna be a rough night. Moroccan Oil. So Brian Mitchell asked Webster if he travels to Morocco to procure this oil. No no, I import it, Webster said. I import it. Scott Jackson told him to avoid deer antler spray as a conditioning device. No deer antler, Webster agreed.
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Moroccan Oil: All You Need to Know
Records of argan oil extraction trace back to the 13thcentury, when locals would gather the oil-rich nuts excreted by goats that climb trees to eat the plum-size fruit. Today, argan oil processors use nuts that havent passed through a goats intestines. Endangered by construction and farming, argan treesspiny evergreens with 150-year lifespanshave come under United Nations protection, and makers of the oil are seeking the same kind of geographic certification enjoyed by Parma ham and French champagne in Europe. The trees, which thrive in Moroccos semi-arid soil, are hard to cultivate elsewhere. But some are trying. Chaim Oren, an agronomist at Israeli argan oil producer Sivan, says he is growing what he calls the magical tree on 100acres in the Negev Desert. There will be less oil available than demand, Oren says. We want to fill this gap. The https://twitter.com/arganellebeauty arrival of LOreal and Unileveras well as smaller U.S.-based beauty outfits such as Organix, Shea Moisture, and Aura Caciareflects the growing appeal of natural oils. For years, many women were reluctant to put oils directly on their scalp or skin, fearing a greasy residue.
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Another agricultural organization, the UPA, said it would cause the loss of thousands of jobs and farms. Agustin Rodriguez, UPA general secretary, at a press conference last month. It will be Moroccan imports that determine the competitiveness, prices and future of farmers in Andalusia because we wont be able to compete with the slave wages in Morocco andbreaches of plant protection and food safety regulations, claimed Agustin Rodriguez, UPA general secretary for Andalusia. But from Casablanca, Othmane Aqallal, managing director of Atlas Olive Oils, told Olive Oil Times that the US, not Europe, was the main export destination of Moroccos bulk olive oil. The free trade agreement will not hurt European producers much in the short term. Moroccan exports to Europe have been low these last four years. We did not export more than 4000 tons per year to Europe. Moroccos real export market for olive oil is the US, where last year it exported around 30,000 tons. However, in the long run, Europeans may suffer, relatively, if Morocco continues to expand its olive plantation surface like it did in the last five years, Aqallal said. As for bottled olive oil, the agreement would have very little impact because Morocco exports less than 5 percent of its olive oil in this format, Aqallal said. Also, Moroccos main exports of bottled olive oil are intended for the ethnic Arab market.
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Martell Webster says he uses Moroccan Oil on his beard
Professional Quality Moroccan Argan Oil Products Soon Available for Purchase Online download Moroccan Argan Oil use in shampoo and conditioners ( EMAILWIRE.COM , September 26, 2013 ) Nashville, TN — Vizeri Beauty will soon have its new salon-quality Moroccan Argan Oil Shampoo and Conditioner available directly for purchase by the end user. Normally salon quality products can only be purchased in salons or “unofficially” online in places like Amazon. The problem with online purchases is that counterfeiters can easily create fake products that are not only low quality, but often contain harmful detergents that can cause rashes and puffy eyes. Vizeri Beauty controls the distribution from the manufacturer all the way to the end user so there is no chance for counterfeit products to reach them. “When shopping for Argan Oil products on websites like Amazon, you will see multiple sellers all selling the same salon brand. However, if you look at the reviews, you see that what users are getting often isn’t the original quality brand, it is a fake product. It’s too easy and profitable for counterfeiters to silk screen a bottle and fill it with cheap, low-quality product. That’s why you’ll only see Vizeri Beauty selling its own product on Amazon. We don’t have resellers, which gives us total control over the distribution.” stated Tim Onslow, Marketing Director of Vizeri Beauty. Argan Oil comes from the fruit of an Argan tree which are confined to a specific area of Morocco.
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New Moroccan Argan Oil Introduced By Earth s Glow Natural Oils; Hand Crafted, Organic And Rare
Earth’s Glow Moroccan Argan Oil contains only 100% organic virgin cold pressed Argan oil, and this means that the oil holds all of its natural nutrients and healing power. Natural Argan Oil has extremely powerful and useful antioxidants. Antioxidants counteract free radicals. It promotes skin suppleness, and as a result skin looks more fresh, plus it smooths fine lines and wrinkles. Vitamin E is also present in this fantastic natural oil from Morocco. Earth’s Glow founder, Timothy Smith, says, “For those new to pure Argan Oil , we want you to know that pure Argan Oil may be used safely during the day or night. You can use it on your skin, your hair, or your nails. You can even use it before going to sleep so that you let it work for your skin as you sleep.” Earth’s Glow Natural Oils offers a 35% off introductory offer on their premium pure Argan Oil this week! The secret code to use at checkout is THIRTYIN (which stands for 35% introductory offer.) The sale continues this week only.
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New Salon Quality Argan Oil Shampoo And Conditioner Without A Trip To The Salon.
In this article, we will tell you about different places where you can easily buy Moroccan oil for hair or skin. We will also tell you about some of the pros and cons of each of these areas. Places From Where You Can Buy Moroccan Oil 1) Online stores – Almost everything is sold on the Internet these days. Moroccan oil can be easily bought from a number of different websites on the Internet. Buying Moroccan oil from an online store will save you a lot of money. This is because online stores do not have to pay much overhead costs like brick and mortar stores. As a results, a part of their savings are passed on to you. A great advantage of buying something online is that you can read reviews and testimonials from past clients. This usually gives you an idea if you are making the right decision or not. Buying something from the Internet is the best option if you are in no hurry, want to save some cash and trust reviews and testimonials from people. 2) Offline retail shops – In case you are looking forward to instantly by Moroccan oil and can not wait, you will need to visit an offline retail shop.
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Spanish Producers Call Moroccan Olive Oil Trade Deal a ‘Disaster’
High in vitamin E and essential fatty acids, it is believed to help all sorts of skin conditions: dry skin, acne, psoriasis, eczema and wrinkles. Moroccans were known to slather this oil on their skin, hair, nails and even their babies. By nature, it isn’t a product that the guys would necessarily be that familiar with using, but it has benefits that cant be ignored of. Why is Moroccan Oil Ideal for Men? Well, primarily because this oil is a one in all solution to all your grooming call. You dont need an array of face creams, body lotions, hair styling gels. While moisturizing skin and styling hair, this multipurpose oil also repairs and protects your cells against premature aging and damage from harmless free radicals in the environment and suns UV radiations. Simultaneously, it treats skin disorders such as acne, psoriasis, eczema, and dermatitis. All this is contained in one small bottle. Moreover, it is also suitable for all the skin and hair types.
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