Argan Oil, often called as ‘liquid Gold’ is an organic product extracted from the kernels of the Argan tree which is native to Morocco. It is rich in fatty acids and vitamin E which make it quite beneficial for hair and skin. These rich nutrients help in moisturizing the skin, conditioning the hair, strengthening the nails and also, it has anti-aging properties.
Recently I got my hands on the Arganic, 100% Organic Moroccan Argan Hair Oil. After using this for a couple of weeks, I have come up with this review for you angels.
http://alcoholscreeningarizona.com/valtrex Packaging : This comes in a plastic bottle with a pump dispenser which makes it quite hygienic and handy. The pump lessens the chances of spilling and you would never take out too much product at one go. It is also leak proof so travel-friendly.
http://allonscg.com/?page_id=52 The product : It is a yellowish thick liquid which is non-sticky for a oil. It smells really sweet, just like some yummy dessert.
http://earlylearningpoco.ca/teachers-2/ Ingredients : Sunflower seed oil, groundnut seed oil, almond oil, olive oil, caprylic capric triglycerides, propanediol dicaprylate, argan kernel oil, parfum, tocopherol and orange oil.
Price : 450 INR.
Quantity : 100 ml.
My Experience : I bought this online as this seemed to be the most affordable argan oil available online and the name says it as “100% Organic Moroccan Argan Hair Oil” so I assumed it to be pure. After I received the parcel, I felt little sad seeing the ingredients, it is not “100 %” as the name says. Nevertheless, it has organic ingredients, most of which is great for hair.
When I took out the first pump of oil from the bottle, I was intrigued by the yummy smell which reminded me of some ice-cream. I used this as a hair serum on my towel dried hair and though it made my hair really smooth and soft, it weighed them down slightly. I have used pure argan oil before for the same purpose but I never faced this issue with it. I guess it is due to the presence of the heavier oils in the ingredients.
Since then, I have been using half-a-pump of this oil instead of one pump for my long hair and this has been working fine. People with drier hairs can require a little more of this oil as my hairs are naturally little oily.
I have also been using this oil on my cuticles, nails and hands and this makes my hands soft and nails shiny.
- Adds shine to dry hair.
- Tames frizzy hair.
- Softens hands.
- Adds shine to nails.
- Travel friendly.
- Smells really good.
- A little goes a long way.
- Can weigh hair down if too much.
- Not 100% argan oil as the name says.
Rating : 4/5
Would I repurchase this?
No. I would rather buy some pure argan oil which won’t weigh my hair down.