Moroccan Oil: Which Comes Out On Top? Kim West Facebook It’s the battle of the oils. So many beauty brands now feature Argan Oil or Moroccan Oil as a key ingredient or important component in their formula. We wanted to know exactly what the difference is between these oils and what makes beauty lovers choose one over the other. Which of these popular oils for hair and skin should we use? Is either one better than the other? Native to Morocco, Argan Oil comes from the Argan Tree. This golden-colored oil is extracted from kernels produced by the tree. Coveted for centuries, Argan Oil is highly prized as both a rich gourmet ingredient for betterment of health, as well as an age-old beauty secret.Studies on the ingesting Argan oil reveal the nutty-flavored oil may have heart-health benefits similar to that of olive oil. As a beauty regime, however, Argan Oil has many benefits. It contains very high levels of Vitamin E and fatty acids, ideal for helping to treat many skin ailments and blemishes. Argan oil has multiple beauty uses. It can be applied to the face, body, hair and cuticles, and is often added to other products. It helps to treat split ends, treat acne, dry and irritated skin, and prevent scarring from unwanted blemishes. Argan Oil is also touted as an effective anti-aging product, helping to minimize fine lines and wrinkles. With so many benefits, it’s no wonder this oil is highly prized and also said to be highly expensive. Now Moroccan Oil, if you haven’t already guessed, yes, this is Argan Oil too. The difference here is Moroccan Oil often has additional ingredients already added to it. These additives can include silicones most often, Aloe Vera, and various other components. Made with Argan oil, Moroccan oil is a lesser pure form of Argan Oil, so if you’re looking for the liquid gold and nothing else, be sure to read the beauty label ingredients.
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Pure Moroccan Argan Oil By Earth’s Glow

Well just stick with the Moroccan Oil. Webster also answered some serious questions, like one about what John Wall adds to the team. When you watch him play, youd almost think he was put on this earth to play basketball, Webster said. He is the ultimate competitor. I mean, this kid, all he does, during his rehabilitation process, hed be on the AlterG treadmill and hed just be watching footage of all of last years games. The whole season. Watching teams play, calling out teams plays. He gives you that extra boost defensively, because when he gets down in the defensive stance and he wants to lock somebody up, he can. And Ive seen that. And now that hes back, that competitiveness is almost cancerous on the team. Not a word thats often used as a positive.
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Moroccan Argan Oil Benefits, Facts & What To Avoid When You Buy Argan Oil

It can be used with all types of hair and what is great is that it will not weigh the hair down. No greasy build up, no stiff hair. You can also use Moroccan oil with heat which will leave hair silky and shiny. The Moroccan oil can be purchased by itself or the entire hair care collection can be purchased. This includes: shampoo, conditioner, Moroccan oil and the Moroccan oil treatment. Because the ingredients are so rich, a minimal amount of each is only needed. Now for the question everyone wants to know, where can you get it? If you are more of the online shopper, you can purchase all natural Moroccan oil at or . Both of these sites are the most popular and not only offer the products for your hair but for your body as well. If your in need of the oil A.S.A.P, Sally Beauty Supply carries it from $10.00-$1.99.
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The Magic of Moroccan Oil (Photos)

What’s more, to get the best argan oil it must be cold pressed, a process which requires a specially designed machine to prevent contamination. And to get just 1 liter requires the full season’s produce of a whole tree! Clearly, argan oil is no ordinary oil. You can learn more about how genuine top quality Moroccan argan oil is produced by clicking one of the links above now. Moroccan Argan Oil is effective and recommended for people with dry skin, wrinkles, stretch marks, acne, psoriasis, eczema, damaged skin, or sensitivities to ordinary skin care products. Argan oil’s benefits stem from the high levels of natural healing compounds it contains. These include: Vitamin E: a powerful antioxidant protecting the skin from harmful free radicals produced by excess sun exposure and the chemical pollution so pervasive today. It also improves the skin’s ability to retain water. Argan oil actually contains 200% more vitamin E than olive oil.
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Martell Webster says he uses Moroccan Oil on his beard


Earth’s Glow Natural Oils is committed to uncovering and delivering to you the best possible natural skin oils. Our high quality pure Argan oil is no exception. Virgin first pressed Argan oil that has not been diluted with second-rate oils or compromised by means of sulfates, parabens or some other man made chemicals. Argan oil works well for your hair, skin, and nails. It’s great for the treatment of skin disorders including eczema, psoriasis, and even acne. Impressive for an oil, it is lightweight, absorbs through the skin fast, and doesn’t block your pores or leave you with a heavy greasy sensation or oily shine. Argan oil is rich in unsaturated fatty acids and vitamin E. Benefits include greater skin resistance to environmental stress, UV protection for your skin and hair, and better skin elasticity, which means fewer wrinkles. Quality control for Earth’s Glow Argan oil is conducted through clinical analysis, guaranteeing the integrity of the oil. Argan oil for hair use is probably more well known as opposed to uses for face and skin. Moroccan Argan oil will help rejuvenate and restore luster to hair.
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Moroccan Argan Oil Brilliance Shine Shampoo

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16.01.2012 | 15:05 I noticed the shampoo I ordered (Lovea Bio Moroccan Argan Oil Brilliance Shine Shampoo) actually contains Ammonium Lauryl Sulphate, which is the same as SLS and caused a reaction on my skin. I assumed all products on this site were free from such chemicals. Dissappointing. 15.01.2012 | 14:14 I enjoy using this product it has a gentle smell and leaves my hair soft and shiny. The other bottle was for my sister who is allergic to parabens. She has eczema so I was hoping this product would help sooth her scalp. 12.01.2012 | 23:18 good clanser for scalp, natural and soft, slightly odd smell 12.01.2012 | 08:57 Love it! Both me and my husband use this shampoo regularly for 2 years now! He has a very sensitive scalp and prefers this shampoo to any medicated shampoo. 06.01.2012 | 10:05 Repeat purchase of this wonderful shampoo.
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