Skinception™ Argan Oil Cold Pressed Cosmetic Argan Oil
The Many Uses of Skinception Cold Pressed Cosmetic Argan Oil
Skin care can be expensive. After all, to look young you need a wrinkle cream and a stretch mark product. You might use an eye cream, and you certainly need a moisturizer.
What’s in your bathroom vanity?
If you’re among the millions of American consumers who want to look young, it’s a safe a assumption that most, if not all of these products and more play a role in your daily skin care ritual. And so they should. Good skin care products can help you look beautiful and stay young while you do it.
But there’s another cosmetic you may have heard about that’s making the rounds in the skin care industry. And with a track record of more than 3,500 years in its native Morocco, it’s quickly becoming the go-to skin care product in Europe and North America.
The product is argan oil, of which Skinception Cold Pressed Cosmetic Argan Oil might be of interest to you.
From the ancient argan tree and grown in a small, UNESCO protected biosphere, argan oil has been used for millennia, originally by the ancient Phoenicians, for its nutritional, medicinal and cosmetic properties.
Argan oil, for many consumers, is a popular and affordable natural skin care product. And like a Swiss Army knife, it’s a multi-tasker, with many, many uses for your daily routine. Of the things argan oil can do, consider that it can:
- moisturize the skin
- stop premature aging
- fight wrinkles
- reduce stretch marks
- treat sun damage
- condition your hair
Culinary students and Food Network junkies might also like that argan makes a great cooking oil, though if you’re reading this, you’re probably more intrigued by what argan oil can do as a natural beauty product. If that’s the case, buy cosmetic argan oil, which preserves the integrity of its essential fatty acids and vitamins, rather than culinary argan, which loses these properties.
As a Moisturizer
Argan oil is an excellent moisturizer, for your face and your body. The absence of parabens or dangerous chemicals that are absorbed into the body by most common skin care products makes argan a good entry point into the natural skin care market.
For Your Face – Argan makes a good night cream, which is a good way to begin with the product. Start with a small amount. Massage it on your face in a circular motion with your middle or ring finger (they’re weaker than your index finger and less likely to tear).
After a few days, you’ll see a noticeable difference in your facial skin. When that happens, double up on your argan efforts. Use it in the morning, as a base for your make up or as a general facial moisturizer, and again at night. Apply it with the same method, with the same fingers, and voila! – a treatment for wrinkles and acne.
Argan can even treat chapped lips.
For Your Body – To treat stretch marks, apply argan to your body after your bath or shower. For a moisturizer, mix argan oil with your regular body lotion, or use argan by itself. Argan oil hydrates the skin and makes it plump and gives it elasticity. As an anti-aging product, it’s one of the best.
Remember also that sun damage is a leading cause of wrinkles. Argan helps with that as well. Simply add argan oil to your body after sun exposure. Just don’t add it before you go out in the sun. For that you need a Broad Spectrum sunscreen.
As a Beauty Product
Argan Oil is nourishing to the body, always gentle, and leaves no oily residue.
Experiment with argan. If you choose a product like Skinception Cold Pressed Cosmetic Argan Oil, you’re assured that the product is completely pure, without additives or those dreaded parabens that research links to heightened risk of breast cancer.
For Your Nails – Argan can strengthen your nails, make them less brittle and less likely to break off. To do this, mix equal parts argan and lemon juice, then soak for at least 15 minutes. This is great for your cuticles and should give your nails a healthy glow.
For Your Hair – Those rumors that argan makes a good hair conditioner are true. For damaged hair, add a generous amount, starting at the ends, then wrap in a warm towel. Wear the towel for at least 30 minutes or over night. Then wash and style as usual.
For dandruff and dry scalp, massage argan beginning at the ends and into the roots. Do this once or twice a week. And for frizzy hair, rub one or two drops between your palms and scrunch into the ends.
A final thought on argan for hair care. Argan oil is a natural moisturizer than can soften the hair and give it shine. Yet it’s also good for natural hair growth, and to that end, guys with hair loss might even consider that argan oil can encourage hair growth, or at least make what’s remaining look healthy.
Try Skinception Cold Pressed Cosmetic Argan Oil
If all this appeals to you, and you’re sold on argan oil for its many beauty applications, remember this: buy it pure, and preferably not from the big labels.
Why’s that? The big guys sometimes dilute pure argan with additives that diminish its beauty properties. And though production of argan oil is done in a very specific region in Morocco, by the women of that area, the major labels sometimes manufacture argan in large factories in Casablanca, with little or no benefit from the sale of argan to the women who made it.
Instead, purchase argan oil from a smaller skin care label. They’re more likely to manufacture argan the traditional way – by hand – and by the Moroccan women who’ve perfected the technique over thousands of years, and in a fair trade co-op, at competitive wages and with health care and educational opportunities for the women and their families.
A suggestion? Try Skinception Cold Pressed Cosmetic Argan Oil, which is argan in its purest state and manufactured in a fair trade co-op. Yet it comes with the name recognition of a respected label and live, 24/7 customer support. That’s good for peace of mind, and it’s backed by a no risk 60 day money back guarantee.