Renoun Fasion/Style Magazines have tons and tons of articles on Argan Oil Hair Treatment. You must pick up the August 2014 edition of Elle Magazine and give it a read, specifically starting at page 142.
Here are a few quotes that we have excerpted from earlier publications that you may find interesting. These cover argan oil hair treatment, skin care and many other things:
In 2011 Elle Magazine published an article written by Andre Walker, a hair professional who has been taking care of clients such as Oprah Winfrey for the last 25 years. Here is what he says:
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“Argan oil is very popular right now and is a great nutrient for the hair. It gives it a silky quality by filling in broken cuticles, controlling frizz, and making strands reflect light. Using a deep-conditioning mask once a week will transform weak hair.”
In May 2014 Elle Magazine also published an article on the many uses of Argan oil, Coconut oil and Tea Tree oil. Here are some excerpts that cover more successful uses of Argan oil:
“While using natural oils for beauty might have once been reserved for those with more of a back-to-the-Earth frame of mind, it seems like lately we can’t open our computers without seeing yetanother celebrity singing the praises of oil-pulling or a hair stylist swearing by argan’s de-frizzing properties. Basically, oils are quickly becoming the beauty cure-all du jour. So can Mother Earth really solve all our beauty dilemmas? We decided to put this declaration to the test. Three editors each took on a different multipurpose oil—argan, coconut, and tea tree—and swapped it for everything they could in their regular beauty regimes. Here’s what happened:
“As a deep conditioner and overnight hair treatment, argan oil is the shit. It smells cool and exotic, but doesn’t clash with other products when there’s just a hint of it in your hair. I already have a pretty intensive deep conditioning routine for my curly hair (including another killer argan oil product, MoroccanOil’s Intense Hydrating Mask) so I didn’t notice much of a difference in texture or softness when substituting this instead, but if you’re looking for an all-natural alternative, this works like a charm.
“Done. I fell in love with argan oil as a moisturizer. The difference between 2 and 3 drops was the difference between pretty and grease ball, but the difference between 1-2 drops and my previous moisturizer was the difference between normal and GLOWING GODDESS. Even my mother, who has been known to send me pore minimizers after spending a dinner seated across from me (they’re not that offensive, I swear) remarked that my skin looked “luminous.” I’ve actually completely stopped using cleanser on my oily, somewhat acne-prone skin and found the “oil balancing” effect is real—I’m not breaking out, I don’t have my usual shiny spots, my skin just looks great.
“I did this completely wrong the first day and applied the oil to my skin like a normal lotion, which left me feeling a bit slithery and forced me to scramble for an arrangement of dark-colored cotton schmattes that were sort-of presentable to wear to work. Applying it to wet skin in the shower and letting it absorb for a few minutes while Tilexing the walls (whatever, we all have hobbies) then removing the excess while toweling off left my skin soft and moisturized with not very much product at all.
“Five days post manicure, I’m still without a single hangnail, and my cuticles look extremely inoffensive. I didn’t even really have to do anything to get this benefit; I just rubbed the excess oil from my body application into my cuticles and called it a day. Stretching a manicure an extra three days with no extra effort? Yes please.
“Cracked heel treatment
“My heels aren’t particularly cracked, but I am definitely suffering from the winter boots-to-summer heels transition, with a number of attractive blisters, cuts, and rough spots. A layer of argan oil and a night spent sleeping in socks softened my feet, made residual injuries less obvious, and cleared up dry skin.”
The world is catching on to this amazing oil produced by Mother Earth. With so many uses, not just as an argan oil hair treatment, but for facial care, skin care, as a cuticle oil and so many other things. Beauty by Earth’s Argan Oil is the finest quality available and is always available on Amazon.com: http://www.amazon.com/Certified-Imported-Moroccan-Treatment-Anti-Frizz/dp/B00I134Y82/ref=sr_1_36?ie=UTF8&qid=1406131667&sr=8-36&keywords=argan+oil
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