Whether your hair lacks shine or your skin needs a moisturizing lift, Maijan Oils provide the right treatment. Maijan Treatment Oils and Serums include 100% Pure Cold-Pressed Organic Moroccan Argan Oil to help soothe and soften both dry and frizzy hair and troubled skin. The oils are instantly absorbed into your hair and skin leaving little residue but great results. More Photos View all 9 photos Maijan products are hand-blended, contain pure ingredients, and are fragranced with natural essential oils. Argan oil, also known as ” Liquid Gold”, can only be found in a tree that is endemic in Morocco which is the Argan tree. Argan oil is plant oil that is made from the kernels of the Argan tree and it is highly regarded because of its nourishing cosmetic and health benefits. Argan Oil nourishes, protects, and strengthens the hair from the roots to ends. Argan Oil is also rich in antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties that nourish dry skin, reduce wrinkles and regresses aging. Argan Oil is the No.1 treatment for acne scars, acne, blemishes, wrinkles and stretch marks.
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Argan Oil: Too Much of a Good Thing?
The argan craze calls to mind previous beauty fads, like that for jojoba, another gold-tinted oil from arid climates. Jojoba is now found in a wide array of everyday household items, such as liquid hand soap, and its allure has faded. While argan oil risks similar overexposure, its sustainable sourcing and very visible Fairtrade connection to rural Berber women will help preserve its cachet, analysts say. Moroccos exports of argan oil have more than doubled in the past five years, to more than 700 tons, according to government data. Much of that has gone to skin- and hair-care makers such as LOreal ( OR:FP ) (its EverSleek Super Sleek Intense Serum with argan oil promises to tame rebellious and unruly hair) and Unilever ( UN ) (whose Dove Hair Nourishing Oil Care line of shampoos and conditioners now includes argan oil). LOreal, the worlds biggest cosmetics producer, this year will buy three times more argan oil than it did five years ago. And argan-based skin- and hair-care brands like Moroccanoil have been fixtures in New York stores for years. U.S. department-store sales of products with argan oil rose 59percent last year, following a 159percent increase in 2011, according to researcher NPD Group.
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I remembered reading an article on the benefits this particular oil has on hair and skin, so I thought what have I got to lose, Ive put my hopes into loads of other products, lets give this one a try. After several uses, I began to notice a surprising difference in my hair; it was much easier to manage, I could actually brush my hair pain free, my hair appeared shinier and healthier. Finally, a product that lives up to its expectations. So whats the big deal about argan oil, youre wondering? Well here are some facts: – Argan oil is made from the kernels of the argan tree – Argan trees subsist only in Morocco, (which brings me to the next fact) – Argan oil is the rarest oil in the world (which also brings me to the next fact) – Due to its scarcity, argan oil is costly – Has multiple uses (cooking and cosmetic) – Promotes the healthy appearance of all types of hair and skin In the last years, Argan oil has become increasingly popular in North America, but there is another product on the market that has also received a lot of hype Moroccan oil. Some may not be aware, but there is a considerable difference between the two oils. Moroccan oil has been praised for containing argan oil, but it also contains a long list of other ingredients such as silicones, artificial fragrances and other chemicals. Argan oil, in contrast, does not contain any added ingredients; it contains only natural ingredients such as vitamin E, antioxidants, and fatty acids. Although, it may seem wiser to choose the oil in its purest form, I still trust, (from experience) that any product containing this wonderful oil will surely meet your expectations. So for all you girls (or guys) who are tired of fighting with your long tangled locks, put an end to your misery and pick up a bottle of this precious oil during your next shopping spree!
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Bebelush Offers Special Deal On Argan Oil For Psoriasis Sufferers
Moroccan Miracle. These are two of the most common nicknames for argan oil, which is one of the most buzzed about ingredients in skin and hair care today. Argan oil is an expensive, rare oil that is extracted from the kernels of the seeds from the fruit of the argan tree (Argania spinosa) which only grows in small area of the southwest region of Morocco. These massive evergreen trees can grow up to 10 meters high , and can live as long as 450 years . They are very deep rooted and resilient, require no cultivation, and are http://www.youtube.com/arganellebeauty essential to the lives of the local people and their livestock. Obtaining argan oil is an extremely labor-intensive process, to say the least. Local Berber women have traditionally been responsible for harvesting the kernels and processing the oil. Its easy to understand why argan oil is so expensive when you consider the following: it takes more than 10 hours of labor to shell, crush, roast (for culinary grade oil), make dough from, and knead to extract the oil from the kernels of the seeds from the fruit of eight argan trees just to produce a single liter of argan oil. It is an awful lot of work for not a lot of end product.
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Argan Oil: It is Worth the Hype
It also contains a group of compounds known as Plant Sterols or Sterolins- these improve skin metabolism and promote moisture retention. Anti-Aging Argan is regarded as an effective anti-aging oil due to its high levels of Vitamin E, Tocopherols (anti-oxidants) and Saponins (skin-softening agents). Cosmetics expert Marla Malcolm Beck, CEO of Blue Mercury Apothecary and Spas states that Argan oil has incredible conditioning and anti-aging properties that keep hair and skin revitalized. It prevents the skin from premature aging symptoms like wrinkles and crows feet by restoring the skins hydro-lipid layer, helps minimize fine lines and can also be used to prevent stretch marks. Furthermore, the oil helps people with mild acne as its oleic acid helps promote healthy levels of sebum production, and its linoleic acid helps prevent excess dead skin cells. Argan oil also cools and soothes inflammation of the skin. Argan oil can be used in its pure form on the face, handsand body as a moisturizer. Good for Hair Argan oil is used to calm frizzy ends, add moisture to dry hair as well as to add a little shine. It can be applied to damp hair or to the scalp if it is feeling dry and itchy.
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Cosmetics’ Hot Elixir: Argan Oil From Morocco
The same deep root systems that make argan trees well adapted to heat and frequent drought in southwestern Morocco also protect the land against soil erosion and desertification. Meanwhile, argan trees provide shade and protection for crops or pastureland, presenting opportunities for agroforestry. Arguably, however, the most noteworthy impact of argan oil production is social. This rare oil has captivated a global audience, primarily because of its use in cosmetics. As a result, market prices have been on the rise (making it the most expensive edible oil in the world), and argan oil producerslargely local Moroccan womenhave been reaping the benefits. Because the process of extracting argan oil is extremely labor intensive (it can take 50 kilograms of seeds to produce just half a liter of oil), the women who produce it by hand are frequently part of production co-operatives, such as the UCFA ( Union des Cooperatives des Femmes de lArganeraie ). Founded in 1999, this innovative co-operative produces and markets argan oil and is supported by the Moroccan government as both a conservation and development strategy. Today, the UCFA unites 22 smaller womens co-operatives. The women who make up these groups gain status, a steady income, and, in some cases, an education through their work. Yet the argan oil boom has been a double-edged sword.
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Argan Oil Will Simplify Your Beauty Routine And Double The Results!
Its nourishing and restorative properties fight the premature aging of skin (wrinkles and flakiness), AND prevent acne breakouts, leaving your skin healthy, radiant, and moisturized NOT oily. It also has incredible benefits for hair, loading every strand with moisture lost by damage from blow-drying, coloring, and even sun-exposure. Argan oil penetrates deep into the roots and pores, replenishing moisture and rich nutritional components to build strong and healthy hair. Argan oil can be used virtually everywhere on the body, making it the go-to product for your beauty regimen. Moroccans have been using this “liquid gold” for thousands of years, and the rest of the world is just now catching on to the many benefits of this natural and organic product. Experts say that the number of personal-care products on the US market with argan oil as an ingredient increased from just two in 2007 to over one hundred by 2011. Argan Oil by Aglaia Naturals is 100% pure, without any added ingredients, dilutions, or parabens. Argan Oil by Aglaia Naturals is certified USDA organic and ecocert. Argan oil’s benefits have been enjoyed for centuries by Moroccan women, both young and old. Not only has the oil served as a natural cosmetic, its production has always had a socio-economic impact in Morocco. The traditional method used to produce Aglaia Naturals’ pure argan oil is a long, laborious process.
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Argan Oil Reviews – Does It Really Work or Another Scam
A natural treatment solution for the skin patches related to psoriasis, Argan Oil is effective, easy-to-use and doesn’t pose a risk of side effects. There are two primary forms of psoriasis relief with Argan Oil: first, the fatty acids and carotenoids in the oil work to balance out the skin’s natural moisture levels. As dry skin can often make psoriasis worse, the daily use of argan oil is so important in managing it. When psoriasis is left untreated, it increases the risk of infection. The second form or relief is that Vitamin E, which is another major ingredient, is a powerful antioxidant and helps to reduce the inflammation caused by psoriasis. Relief from pain and itchiness is felt immediately after applying the product. Vitamin E also naturally decreases the redness of psoriasis, making the skin patches less noticeable. “Fighting psoriasis is one of the major benefits of using our Argan Oil for Hair and Face,” said Adriana Copaceanu, CEO of Bebelush.” “We’ve been able to determine that daily treatment with Argan Oil will be of help to help relieve the symptoms of psoriasis and strongly recommend that to our customers,” she concluded. To help people suffering from psoriasis experience the benefits of their Argan oil, Bebelush is offering a special introductory deal of 75% off at its Amazon.com page – http://www.amazon.com/Argan-Oil-Treatment . No coupon necessary.
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Benefits of Argan Oil
It prevents skin deterioration by helping production of more amount of elastin and collagen, thereby improving the natural moisture content of the skin. It also helps in healing damaged skin. Natural antioxidants Apart from tocopherols, Argan oil has other antioxidants to benefit the users. All these antioxidants work together to help the user achieve the much-needed skin glow. Squalene – Its function is almost similar to vitamin E, thereby making it another effective antioxidant for promotion of overall skin health. It prevents collagen and elastin breakdown in the body, thereby helping the user look younger at all times. It also helps prevention or destruction of important vitamins in the body. Furthermore, squalene also has certain anti-bacterial properties, thereby making Argan oil effective in cases of eczema and psoriasis too. Essential fatty acids The high concentration of fatty acids in the Argan oil improves the moisture retention ability of Skinception Argan Oil. These also function as anti-inflammatories which work effectively to heal the human skin from wounds or other types of damages. Furthermore, it facilitates oil is easier absorption into the skin, thereby making it more elastic and firmer.
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