D&A Moroccan Gold Organic Argan Oil

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For the skin

Argan oil is rich in antioxidants, vitamin E and essential fatty acids. It not only tightens, but also has a disinfecting and antibacterial effect. This makes argan oil a natural superfood that protects and nourishes the skin at the same time.

For the nails

Constant breaking or entering seems hardly avoidable, from a certain nail length But it is certain that well-groomed nails are much more durable – with argan oil as a home remedy for intensive & effective nail care.

For the hair

The great thing about argan oil is that it adds moisture to the hair and locks it into the hair. Thus, against dry and brittle hair can be prevented, in addition, the hair looks shiny and beautiful. The contained vitamin E strengthens the hair together with the hair root and thus helps to prevent hair loss.

Facts

The argan tree grows exclusively in Morocco, in an area also known as the Arganeraie. It covers about 8000 km² and has been a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve since 1998 – a protected area where sustainable economic development is practiced.

Argan oil, the liquid gold with 1001 benefits

Argan oil has numerous benefits in medicinal terms, especially in the treatment of skin diseases. It is recognized for its powers and is:

  • Wound healing: vitamin E, which is present in large quantities in argan oil, promotes the regeneration of a burned or irritated epidermis.
  • Nourishing: its high concentration of fatty acids allows very dry skin to restore an effective protective barrier against external agents. In dermatology, this nourishing effect is particularly interesting in the treatment of psoriasis and eczema.
  • Soothing: In case of joint pain, argan oil has the advantage of relieving the affected areas.
Natural nail cosmetics with argan oil

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In the fight against drought

The oil of the argan fruit has been extracted from the fruit or the extremely fatty seed of the argan tree for thousands of years. This grows exclusively in the Arganeraie in Morocco and is able to survive extreme drought and high temperatures up to over 50 degrees.

The area covers approximately 8000 km² and was designated a biosphere reserve by UNESCO in 1998, a protected area in which sustainable development in ecological, economic and social terms is to be realized in an exemplary manner.

To tourists, the argan tree is known mainly as the so-called goat tree. The animals love the fruits of the trees and actually climb high for them. You can find out more about the production of argan oil on the About Us page.

Fields of application Argan oil

Morocco’s liquid gold is a real panacea. Traditionally, the oil of the argan fruit is used for body care, it helps, for example, dry skin, dry hair or brittle and cracked nails. Argan oil has a restructuring effect and increases the hydration of cells. A few drops of natural cosmetics are enough to achieve the desired effect.

Skin problems

The miracle oil is rich in antioxidants, vitamin E and essential fatty acids. It has not only firming effect, but also disinfecting and antibacterial. For more on the use of argan oil for skin problems, see our blog.

Hair care

Argan oil helps with dry and brittle hair. It locks in moisture and provides a natural shine through its structure. Vitamin E strengthens the hair along with the hair root and thus helps prevent hair loss. For more about hair care with argan oil, see our blog article.

Natural nail cosmetics

To avoid breaking or tearing of the fingernails, they should be regularly massaged with argan oil. read more about effective nail care here.

Healing effect of argan oil

Not only in cosmetics, but also for the relief of physical ailments and for prophylaxis, the oil of the argan tree from Morocco has been used since time immemorial: The Berbers use the natural product, for example, to treat chicken pox and acne. The women also wear the oil as
Sunscreen and to prevent stretch marks on.

Argan oil works

  • wound healing due to vitamin E
  • nourishing due to its high concentration of fatty acids
  • soothing to the skin, muscles and joints
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