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Naturelle d’Argan: Pure Argan Oil Elixir

Written by: Moxie, Staff Writer

Interested in an argan oil that is certified organic and ethical? The following product, sent for review, is one that you should check out – Naturelle d’Argan:

The ECOCERT organic-certified Argan Oil used in the Naturelle d’Argan means, “The absence of GMO, parabens, phenoxyethanol, nanoparticles, silicon, PEG, synthetic perfumes and dyes, animal-derived ingredients (unless naturally produced by them: milk, honey, etc.).”  Also, the organic Argan Oil used, is made to respect both the environment and the ancestral methods of manufacturing.

What is argan oil and why should you try using it?
It’s an oil that is produced from the kernels of the argan tree. This tree grows naturally in Morocco and is used in, among other things, cosmetics; that’s because Argan oil is naturally rich in free radical fighter, which helps to combat the signs of ageing and sagging of the skin.

Naturelle d’Argan is 100% Organic Argan Oil Deodorized. What does that mean? To make their products more pleasant for one to use, a process is applied to neutralize the oil’s scents. This does not affect the oil’s other properties.
I noticed on the box that there is a note: “There may be a slight sediment which is a guarantee of quality and 100% natural organic origin. If so, shake the bottle well before use.”

Have you ever seen an expiration date on a bottle of argan oil? I had not–until I saw one on the bottom of Naturelle d’Argan. The argan oil is in a glass container, with a pump to dispense (50 ml/1.7 fl. oz.,) is $48.99.
How can you use the Naturelle d’Argan?

It is super for your hair, face, and for your body!

For your hair:  Naturelle d’Argan recommends applying it all over your hair, from roots to tips. Leave this on for about 1 hour, and then wash as normal. For even greater efficacy, they suggest leaving it in overnight, and then washing your hair.

For your body: Of course, argan oil can be used any time of the day, but Naturelle d’Argan also recommends massaging into the skin after a bath, or after you exfoliate.

On your face: pump a few drops out and use instead of your usual moisturizer, or mix a few drops in with it. Additionally, it may be used on your neck, hands and nails. Everything will be soft and moisturized!

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  • http://gayleswishlist.blogspot.com Gayle

    Argan oil is the best. I bought mine (auria cacia) from Vitacost, less than $10 for 1 fl.oz, and it's the best!
    My recent post My lips balm collection

  • freerolll

    Do you have any places you could recomend to me?
    My recent post Pure Argan Oil

  • http://www.whatisarganoil.net/argan-oil-blog Kayinda

    Argan oil is also awesome for stretch marks and scars!
    My recent post Argan Oil Supports Moroccan Women: Video

  • Lisa

    Gosh, argan oil has been around forever and reviewed a million times. It’s a wonderful oil, but there are so many new beauty oils being used in cosmetics. Time to get a little more current with the natural products.

  • http://www.arganoilreviews.co.uk Fabienne

    Argan Oil is great and I enjoyed your review very much. I run a website that gives independent reviews on all types of Argan Oil and I would appreciate your feedback. You can visit my site at Argan Oil Reviews. Thanks, Fabienne

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