Fair Hair: Benefits of Moroccan Argan Oil

Don’t fear! You don’t need to run out and buy some crazy hair zapper (like the one below), to get smooth silky hair. Pure Moroccan Argan oil can help you fix damage from the sun or styling products/tools and restore dry/frizzy hair and protect it from further or long-term harm.


Where does it come from?
Argan oil is harvested from an Argan tree in where else but… Morocco! The oil is extracted from the kernels of the fruit that grow on the trees and then the kernels are put through different methods such as, roasting, drying and pressing.

– Has very high natural levels of Vitamin E
– Full of unsaturated fatty acids that will help repair split ends
– Will protect and restore from sun or styling damage for the long-term
– Will calm frizzy hair
– Moisturizes and hydrates dry hair
– Adds luster and shine to hair
The list could go on but these are just a few!

Which to buy?
Even though Moroccan Argan oil is expensive, it is well worth it because of all it’s proven natural benefits that won’t further damage your hair. Look for 100% Pure Argan oil! If it does not have this, the product may include only small traces of Argan oil, or may be mixed in with many other harsh chemical or synthetic ingredients which can be misleading. Buying the Organic versions will be the most beneficial.

How to use! Directions:
After a shower or bath, lightly pat hair and remove excess water. Pour a nickel size amount of the wonderful Moroccan Argan oil in the palm of your hand and apply to your wet scalp. Rub in or comb into wet hair from root to tip to ensure best results. Dry hair and voila! Instantly you have healthier, shinier and hydrated hair.

Have you used Moroccan Argan oil? Tell me how you liked it in the comments section below!

Looking for additional information? Check these links about Argan oil:

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