You may be wondering what all the fuss is about Argan oil - having heard the ingredient mentioned constantly within the cosmetics industry for the last few years. Argan oil is an oil made from the Argan tree, found in Morocco. In Morocco, Argan oil is primarily used at breakfast to dip bread into, but in the west it's much better known for its healing and health-promoting qualities. It is a natural hair and skincare product, and over the past few years, has grown significantly in popularity all over the world.
Understanding the benefits of Argan oil
The benefits of argan oil for the face are endless. People suffering with eczema or dry skin can benefit from the use of Argan oil due to the fatty acids and vitamin E found within.
Argan oil also promotes healing and is well known for soothing angry, irritated skin so people suffering with acne could benefit from its healing qualities. It acts by reducing the level of sebum found in oily skin, fighting the acne, as well as reducing the risk of scarring.
Argan oil can also reduce the appearance of wrinkles and tired-looking skin due to the vitamin A and vitamin E found within the oil. The oil can be considered anti-aging as it ensures skin looks healthy and glowing. Thanks to all these benefits, it’s no surprise Argan oil has become a huge hit in the beauty community.
What is Argan oil good for?
Dubbed the skin and hair care hero, Argan oil has many healing qualities. Here are some of the most popular uses for Argan oil...
Makes every day a good hair day
Argan oil can help soothe an irritated scalp, itching, sores and spots, and can even help prevent dandruff caused by inflammation. It’s also excellent as a hair serum to treat fly-away ends and hydrates your hair at the same time, leaving it soft and shiny.
Gives your skin the glow
The benefits of Argan oil are not just restricted to hair products. Argan oil can and is used in a number of skincare products too, such as the Sönd Midnight Feast Night Cream. The ingredient can plump dry and tired skin, restore the skin's natural smoothness, as well as calm and nourish the skin. Skincare which contains Argan oil is absorbed quickly into the skin and keeps skin beautifully moisturised.
All you need to do is warm a few drops in your palm and massage it into your face and neck. The oil is absorbed quickly into the skin so there's no greasy or wet feeling when applying. If you'd like to use Argan oil as a serum, then it's recommended that Argan oil is applied to the skin at night, after your night cream has been applied and absorbed into the skin. Argan oil is gentle and is certainly safe to use around the eyes and mouth area.
Wait, won’t it clog my pores?
Is using Argan oil on your face going to cause some nasty outbreaks? The best approach is to use the oil in moderation, particularly at first, and see how your skin reacts. Many beauty fans find Argan oil plumps up and hydrates their skin, without causing spots.
Get into an Argan oil routine
Argan oil for healthy skin is important. Make sure you take the time to implement and maintain an Argan oil skin care routine. You really won't regret the incredible results. You can visit the Sönd website to learn how to use Argan oil on your face to make the most out of its ingredients and health benefits.
This article is not meant to treat or diagnose. Please visit your doctor for advice about any health concerns you may have.