Argan Oil Hair Treatment: The Definitive Guide


HOW TO USE ARGAN OIL FOR HAIR TO GET LONG-LASTING RESULTS:
FROM SMALL TO BIG HAIR ISSUES, THIS GUIDE HAS YOU COVERED


Argan Oil Hair Treatment - The Definitive Guide

Argan oil hair treatment & protection is deservedly pushing aside numerous other natural oils & products.

CHAPTERS


While Argan oil hair treatment isn’t the only way to take care of your hair, chemical hair treatments are exactly the ones to avoid. Learn why.


Chapter 1: Why not chemical hair treatment?
The nasty cosmetic chemicals you should be aware of

Discover what are the 2 main ways of the Argan oil hair treatment and how to implement them in your daily hair care routine.


Chapter 2: Traditional Argan oil hair treatment
Argan oil hair treatment: The best traditional methods

Check our 8 points guide you can follow to easily take advantage of the All-Natural Argan oil hair treatment.


Chapter3: Argan Oil Hair Treatment Guide
Argan oil hair treatment & protection infographic
Note: We’ll be adding more information to this Argan oil hair treatment guide regularly. So make sure to bookmark it for future reference.

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Argan oil hair treatment: You heard about it, you may have even got excited about it then hit the google search button only to be showered with hundreds (if not thousands) of results, competing for your click & trying to teach you the one thing:


“How to use Argan oil for your hair”
or “How to get the famous Argan oil hair”?

Argan Oil Hair Treatment For All Kinds Of Hair

Though there are numerous awesome recipes, “how-to” videos & tutorials out there on how to apply Argan oil for hair, yet it’s no secret that it all boils down to one of the 2 parent application categories that I will be listing in a minute.

But before we dive into that, it is important for anyone intending to use Argan oil hair treatment to understand the real root causes of the turmoil, and hence weed-out the cause instead of remedying an effect with another.

And as you might already know, hair problems impact not only both genders nowadays, but even kids endure their share unfortunately.

So if you want to achieve the amazing Argan oil hair results even the A-list celebrities are raving about, you will need to be ready to give up some of the beauty habits you once thought were the right fit for your needs.

Otherwise, neither Argan oil nor any other all-natural hair treatment out there will benefit you as it should.


Why not?

Because trying to use the Argan oil hair treatment to recover from the damages industrial hair care products caused, while still using them would be like pouring water in the sand and expect it to turn into a swimming pool!

This is why it is utterly important to eliminate the causes first,
before starting your Argan oil hair treatment.

Argan Oil Hair Treatment:
The Definitive Guide


FROM SMALL TO BIG HAIR ISSUES, THIS GUIDE HAS YOU COVERED

Argan Oil Hair Treatment - The Definitive Guide

Argan oil hair treatment & protection is deservedly pushing aside numerous other natural oils & products.

CHAPTERS


While Argan oil hair treatment isn’t the only way to take care of your hair, chemical hair treatments are exactly the ones to avoid. Learn why.


Chapter 1: Why not chemical hair treatment?
The nasty cosmetic chemicals you should be aware of

Discover what are the 2 main ways of the Argan oil hair treatment and how to implement them in your daily hair care routine.


Chapter 2: Traditional Argan oil hair treatment
Argan oil hair treatment: The best traditional methods

Check our 8 points guide you can follow to easily take advantage of the All-Natural Argan oil hair treatment.


Chapter3: Argan Oil Hair Treatment & Protection Guide
Argan oil hair treatment & protection infographic
Note:
We’ll be adding more information to this Argan oil hair treatment guide within the next few weeks. So make sure to bookmark it for future reference.

(Press Cmd+D (on Mac) Ctrl+D (on Windows) to bookmark this page.)

Argan oil hair treatment: You heard about it, you may have even got excited about it then hit the google search button only to be showered with hundreds (if not thousands) of results, competing for your click & trying to teach you the one thing:

“How to use Argan oil for your hair”
or “How to get the famous Argan oil hair”?

Argan Oil Hair Treatment For All Kinds Of Hair

Though there are numerous awesome recipes, “how-to” videos & tutorials out there on how to apply Argan oil for hair, yet it’s no secret that it all boils down to one of the 2 parent application categories that I will be listing in a minute.

But before we dive into that, it is important for anyone intending to use Argan oil hair treatment to understand the real root causes of the turmoil, and hence weed-out the cause instead of remedying an effect with another.

And as you might already know, hair problems impact not only both genders nowadays, but even kids endure their share unfortunately.

So if you want to achieve the amazing Argan oil hair results even the A-list celebrities are raving about, you will need to be ready to give up some of the beauty habits you once thought were the right fit for your needs.

Otherwise, neither Argan oil nor any other all-natural hair treatment out there will benefit you as it should.

Why not?

Because trying to use the Argan oil hair treatment to recover from the damages industrial hair care products caused, while still using them would be like pouring water in the sand and expect it to turn into a swimming pool!


This is why it is utterly important to eliminate the causes first, before starting your Argan oil hair treatment.

CHAPTER 1

Chemical Hair Treatments:

The silent danger that destroys your hair


Industrial beauty products, more often than not, contain chemical ingredients that are scientifically qualified as highly harmful to our health!

A clinic research carried out in the U.S. showed that one in eight of the 82,000 ingredients used in personal care & beauty products are industrial chemicals, such as carcinogens, pesticides, reproductive toxins, as well as hormone disruptors.

Many products have been found to even include plasticizers (chemicals used in concrete! to keep it soft), degreasers (used to remove grime off car parts), and surfactants (substances that reduce surface tension in water, used in products like paint and inks).
Yet, folks are smearing this stuff on their hair in the name of beauty!

In Canada, people have been surveyed to find out how many of the hair-destroying ingredients below appeared in their cosmetics, and results show that ⅘ of the entered products contained at least one of these toxic chemicals (average being 4 per product).

Furthermore, in a study conducted by the Organic Consumers Association (OCA)
they found that a toxic chemical linked to cancer is present in over 40 percent of products that are labeled as “natural”.

The scariest part though is that despite concrete proof / official studies like the one above, warning folks about the alarming dangers in those products, a lot of people out there still put even their children in harms way. Go figure!

An investigation conducted by (EWG’s), a nonprofit research organization based in Washington, found that 1,4-Dioxane is a potential contaminant in 55% of baby bubble baths, 57% of baby shampoos, 55% of baby soaps

Scary stuff, isn’t it!

So if you are really keen on preserving your hair health & beauty for decades to come, you need to do two small, yet impactful changes in your hair treatment routine to escape the chemicals’ hype:
Argan Oil Hair Treatment - Chemicals To Avoid

CHAPTER 1

Chemical Hair Treatments:

The silent danger that destroys your hair


Argan Oil Hair Treatment - Chemicals To Avoid

Industrial beauty products, more often than not, contain chemical ingredients that are scientifically qualified as highly harmful to our health!

A clinic research carried out in the U.S. showed that one in eight of the 82,000 ingredients used in personal care & beauty products are industrial chemicals, such as carcinogens, pesticides, reproductive toxins, as well as hormone disruptors.

Many products have been found to even include plasticizers (chemicals used in concrete! to keep it soft), degreasers (used to remove grime off car parts), and surfactants (substances that reduce surface tension in water, used in products like paint and inks).

Yet, folks are smearing this stuff on their hair in the name of beauty!

In Canada, people have been surveyed to find out how many of the hair-destroying ingredients below appeared in their cosmetics, and results show that ⅘ of the entered products contained at least one of these toxic chemicals (average being 4 per product).

So if you are really keen on preserving your hair health & beauty for decades to come, you need to do two small, yet impactful changes in your hair treatment routine to escape the chemicals’ hype:

 
Step 1
 

Check the following black list of the cosmetic
chemicals you should be aware of

These are preservatives used mainly in moisturizers and makeup. They are suspected endocrine disruptors and may cause cancer (BHA). They also have the reputation of being noxious to fish and other wildlife.

These are preservatives used in different cosmetics. They are suspected endocrine disruptors and are likely to interfere with male reproductive functions.

These are the p-phenylenediamine and colours listed as “CI” (Colour Index) followed by a five digit number.
In addition to coal tar dyes, natural and inorganic pigments used in cosmetics are also assigned Colour Index numbers (in the 75000 and 77000 series, respectively).

In the U.S., colour name may also be listed (e.g. “FD&C Blue No. 1” or “Blue 1”). Coal tar dyes have the potential to cause cancer and may be contaminated with heavy metals toxic to the brain.

This is used as a plasticizer in some nail care products. It is suspected of being an endocrine disruptor and reproductive toxicant. It is harmful to fish and other wildlife.

Cosmetics that contain siloxanes comprise ingredients ending in ‘-siloxane’ or ‘-methicone’. Their function is to soften, smooth and moisten. These elements are suspected endocrine disruptors and reproductive toxicants (cyclotetrasiloxane). They are noxious to fish and other wildlife.

This substance is used in foaming cosmetics, such as shampoos, cleansers and bubble bath. It can be contaminated with 1,4-dioxane, which is an element that may cause cancer. Other related ugly chemicals are sodium lauryl sulfate and other ingredients with the letters “eth” (e.g. sodium laureth sulfate).

Toothpastes, cleansers, antiperspirants and other antibacterial cosmetics can contain this substance. It is a suspected endocrine disruptor. It is also likely to contribute to antibiotic resistance in bacteria. This substance is noxious to fish and other wildlife.

Some moisturizers, lip sticks and lip balms contain this substance. It is also used in some hair products for shine. Petrolatum is a petroleum product that can be contaminated with polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons and is hence likely to cause cancer.

These are DMDM hydantoin, diazolidinyl urea, imidazolidinyl urea, methenamine and quarternium-15. These ingredients are used in many cosmetics. They slowly release small amounts of formaldehyde, a substance that causes cancer.

They are used in creamy and foaming products, such as moisturizers and shampoos. They can react to form nitrosamines, which may cause cancer. They are harmful to fish and other wildlife. Look also for related chemicals MEA and TEA.

Parfum is any mixture of fragrance ingredients used in a good many cosmetics — even in some products labelled “unscented.” Asthma and allergies are two ailments some fragrance ingredients can cause. Some ingredients may even cause cancer and neurotoxicity, and some are harmful to fish and other wildlife.

Quite a lot of cosmetic cream bases contain these elements that can be contaminated with 1,4-dioxane- a substance which may cause cancer. These elements also have the reputation of being related to chemical propylene glycol and other ingredients with the letters “eth” (e.g. polyethylene glycol).

And here is a list of 150 harmful chemichal substances, big & famous (beauty & cosmetic) brands use in their products, to ‘help’ you destroy your hair.

Note that the big majority of their products contain minimum 2 of the following ingredients (usually more), regardless whether it is a shampoo, a lotion or any kind of fancy-looking, industrial hair care products.

  • Sodium Lauryl Sulfate (SLS)
  • Sodium Laureth Sulfate (SLES)
  • Sodium Propylparaben
  • Cyclopentasiloxane
  • Ammonium Lauryl Sulfate
  • Methylchloroisothiazolinone
  • Methylisothiazolinone
  • Ethylhexyl Methoxycinnamate
  • p-Phenylenediamine
  • Hydroxypropyl Bis (N-Hydroxyethyl-p-Phenylenediamine) HCl
  • N-bis (2-Hydroxyethyl)-p-Phenylenediamine Sulfate
  • Polyethylene Glycol (aka. PEG)
  • Propylparaben
  • Cyclotetrasiloxane
  • Butylparaben
  • Benzophenone-1
  • Benzophenone-3
  • Phenoxyethanol
 
Step 2
 

Compare the list above to the hair care
products in your bathroom cupboard,
and avoid them like a plague!

And in case your are still not yet convinced about how dangerous those substances are, not only to your hair, but to your entire health, here is a video we found to be very helpful, as it illustrates the situation in a simple, yet clear manner:

Direct link

Step 1

Check the following black list of the cosmetic chemicals you should be aware of

These are preservatives used mainly in moisturizers and makeup. They are suspected endocrine disruptors and may cause cancer (BHA). They also have the reputation of being noxious to fish and other wildlife.

These are preservatives used in different cosmetics. They are suspected endocrine disruptors and are likely to interfere with male reproductive functions.

These are the p-phenylenediamine and colours listed as “CI” (Colour Index) followed by a five digit number.
In addition to coal tar dyes, natural and inorganic pigments used in cosmetics are also assigned Colour Index numbers (in the 75000 and 77000 series, respectively).

In the U.S., colour name may also be listed (e.g. “FD&C Blue No. 1” or “Blue 1”). Coal tar dyes have the potential to cause cancer and may be contaminated with heavy metals toxic to the brain.

This is used as a plasticizer in some nail care products. It is suspected of being an endocrine disruptor and reproductive toxicant.It is harmful to fish and other wildlife.

Cosmetics that contain siloxanes comprise ingredients ending in ‘-siloxane’ or ‘-methicone’. Their function is to soften, smooth and moisten. These elements are suspected endocrine disruptors and reproductive toxicants (cyclotetrasiloxane). They are noxious to fish and other wildlife.

This substance is used in foaming cosmetics, such as shampoos, cleansers and bubble bath. It can be contaminated with 1,4-dioxane, which is an element that may cause cancer. Other related ugly chemicals are sodium lauryl sulfate and other ingredients with the letters “eth” (e.g. sodium laureth sulfate).

Toothpastes, cleansers, antiperspirants and other antibacterial cosmetics can contain this substance. It is a suspected endocrine disruptor. It is also likely to contribute to antibiotic resistance in bacteria. This substance is noxious to fish and other wildlife.

Some moisturizers, lip sticks and lip balms contain this substance. It is also used in some hair products for shine. Petrolatum is a petroleum product that can be contaminated with polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons and is hence likely to cause cancer.

These are DMDM hydantoin, diazolidinyl urea, imidazolidinyl urea, methenamine and quarternium-15. These ingredients are used in many cosmetics. They slowly release small amounts of formaldehyde, a substance that causes cancer.

They are used in creamy and foaming products, such as moisturizers and shampoos. They can react to form nitrosamines, which may cause cancer. They are harmful to fish and other wildlife. Look also for related chemicals MEA and TEA.

Parfum is any mixture of fragrance ingredients used in a good many cosmetics — even in some products labelled “unscented.” Asthma and allergies are two ailments some fragrance ingredients can cause. Some ingredients may even cause cancer and neurotoxicity, and some are harmful to fish and other wildlife.

Quite a lot of cosmetic cream bases contain these elements that can be contaminated with 1,4-dioxane- a substance which may cause cancer. These elements also have the reputation of being related to chemical propylene glycol and other ingredients with the letters “eth” (e.g. polyethylene glycol).

And here is a list of 150 harmful chemichal substances, big & famous (Beauty & cosmetic) brands use to in their products, to ‘help’ you destroy your hair.

Note that the big majority of their products contain minimum 2 of the following ingredients (usually more), regardless whether it is a shampoo, a lotion or any kind of fancy-looking, industrial hair care products.

  • Sodium Lauryl Sulfate (SLS)
  • Sodium Laureth Sulfate (SLES)
  • Sodium Propylparaben
  • Cyclopentasiloxane
  • Ammonium Lauryl Sulfate
  • Methylchloroisothiazolinone
  • Methylisothiazolinone
  • Ethylhexyl Methoxycinnamate
  • p-Phenylenediamine
  • Hydroxypropyl Bis (N-Hydroxyethyl-p-Phenylenediamine) HCl
  • N-bis (2-Hydroxyethyl)-p-Phenylenediamine Sulfate
  • Polyethylene Glycol (aka. PEG)
  • Propylparaben
  • Cyclotetrasiloxane
  • Butylparaben
  • Benzophenone-1
  • Benzophenone-3
  • Phenoxyethanol
Step 2

Compare the list above to the hair care products in your bathroom cupboard,
and avoid them like a plague!

And in case your are still not yet convinced about how dangerous those substances are, not only to your hair, but to your entire health, here is a video we found to be very helpful, as it illustrates the situation in a simple, yet clear manner:


CHAPTER 2

Argan Oil Hair Treatment:

How to get long-lasting results using
Argan oil on your hair the traditional way

Argan Oil Hair Treatment - How To Use It

One of the questions our clients & readers ask us regularly is: “What’s the difference between your Argan oil hair advice and others on the internet?”

Well, Arganfarm is sitting in the heart of the Arganeraie (The Argan tree region in southwest Morocco). This does not only enable us to provide our clientele a 100% pure, organic, highest grade & fresh-pressed product, but we also provide you with the very same tips & tricks that our ancestors here in Morocco adopted to fine-tune a highly effective and an all-arounder Argan oil hair treatment for hundreds of years.

There are different traditional ways to use Argan oil hair treatment to revitalize your hair and stimulate its natural growth.

Argan oil hair treatment helps against frizz, soothes the scalp skin, corrects split ends and restores a remarkable shine to your hair.

You’ll find it great for almost any delicate hair issues. Moreover, the Argan oil hair treatment will make your hair softer, healthier and easily manageable.

And these traditional ways can be wrapped under 2 main kinds: You can apply pure Argan oil to your hair either before or after washing it.

CHAPTER 2

Argan Oil Hair Treatment:

How to get long-lasting results using Argan oil on your hair the traditional way

Argan Oil Hair Treatment - How To Use It

One of the questions our clients & readers ask us regularly is: “What’s the difference between your Argan oil hair advice and others on the internet?”

Well, Arganfarm is sitting in the heart of the Arganeraie (The Argan tree region in southwest Morocco). This does not only enable us to provide our clientele a 100% pure, organic, highest grade & fresh-pressed product, but we also provide you with the very same tips & tricks that our ancestors here in Morocco adopted to fine-tune a highly effective and an all-arounder Argan oil hair treatment for hundreds of years.

There are different traditional ways to use Argan oil hair treatment to revitalize your hair and stimulate its natural growth.

Argan oil hair treatment helps against frizz, soothes the scalp skin, corrects split ends and restores a remarkable shine to your hair.

You’ll find it great for almost any delicate hair issues. Moreover, the Argan oil hair treatment will make your hair softer, healthier and easily manageable.

And these traditional ways can be wrapped under 2 main kinds: You can apply pure Argan oil to your hair either before or after washing it.

Here’s how to easily & effectively
use Argan oil hair treatment the traditional way


Argan oil hair treatment before washing
Argan oil hair treatment after washing

1. Argan oil hair treatment before washing


Half to one hour before taking a bath or a shower, pour some pure Argan oil in your hand palm.

After that, simply and gently massage it to your scalp skin using your fingertips. Then using your hand palm to spread it throughout across your hair.
Use a comb or a brush to evenly distribute the oil from roots to tips.

To enhance the effect of your Argan oil hair treatment, you may want to wrap the oiled hair in a hot-warm cotton towel (a piece of cloth will also do) for the rest of the time (≈ 30 minutes) before thoroughly shampooing and washing your hair.

If you suffer extra dry, damaged or frizzy hair , pure Argan oil hair treatment is an efficient cure.
Simply apply it as mentioned above and leave it in your hair overnight.

2. Argan oil hair treatment after washing


For the use after your hair wash, you can either cotton towel / blow your hair dry before using pure Argan oil or apply the oil directly to damp hair before styling.

Again, simply apply a small amount of pure Argan oil to your hair and thoroughly comb it through with your fingers (or with a brush) starting with the ends first to get rid of hair frizz.

It works wonders!
This will give a wet, fresh healthy look as well as an excellent brilliance and luster to your hair pretty much better than any conventional wet hair gel out there does.

You can also add a few drops of the pure oil to your conditioner daily.
If you happen to use more Argan oil than needed, you still can rinse your hair to diminish the oily effect a little.

Simple & Easy!

Here’s how to easily
& effectively use Argan oil hair treatment
the traditional way


Argan oil hair treatment before washing

1. Argan oil hair treatment before washing


Half to one hour before taking a bath or a shower, pour some pure Argan oil in your hand palm.

After that, simply and gently massage it to your scalp skin using your fingertips. Then using your hand palm to spread it throughout across your hair.
Use a comb or a brush to evenly distribute the oil from roots to tips.

To enhance the effect of your Argan oil hair treatment, you may want to wrap the oiled hair in a hot-warm towel (a piece of cloth will also do) for the rest of the time (≈ 30 minutes) before thoroughly shampooing and washing your hair.

If you suffer extra dry, damaged or frizzy hair , pure Argan oil hair treatment is an efficient cure.
Simply apply it as mentioned above and leave it in your hair overnight.


Argan oil hair treatment after washing

2. Argan oil hair treatment after washing


For the use after your hair wash, you can either towel / blow your hair dry before using pure Argan oil or apply the oil directly to damp hair before styling.

Again, simply apply a small amount of pure Argan oil to your hair and thoroughly comb it through with your fingers (or with a brush) starting with the ends first to get rid of hair frizz.

It works wonders!
This will give a wet, fresh healthy look as well as an excellent brilliance and luster to your hair pretty much better than any conventional wet hair gel out there does.

You can also add a few drops of the pure oil to your conditioner daily.
If you happen to use more Argan oil than needed, you still can rinse your hair to diminish the oily effect a little.

Simple & Easy!



CHAPTER 3


Argan Oil Hair Treatment & Protection Guide:


Here are 8 of the best ways you can
implement Argan oil in your hair care regiment:



1. Before shampooing


≈ 10-15 minutes before your usual shampooing, apply a few drops using your hand palm & spread it across your hair to repair damage, smooth its fibre & fix its essential nutrients & texture.

2. Before hair coloring


Prepare your hair the night before by applying a few drops using your hand palm & spread it across your hair. This will deeply nourish & replenish it, make ready & it will help protect it from post-coloring dryness.

 

 

3. Before blow-drying


Before blow-drying, apply some drops of Argan oil using your hand palm first then use a brush or a comb to evenly distribute it throughout your hair from roots to tips. This will coat it with oil & protect it against heat damage.

4. For smoothing & Anti-Frizz


Apply a few drops of Argan oil on damp hair & wait for ≈ 10 minutes then start detangling it using a large-toothed comb starting from its ends. This will smooth it & get rid of frizz while deeply-nourishing & conditioning it.

 

 

5. For curl definition


Apply some drops of Argan oil on your hair using the hand palm, then place it in a (lightly-humid) cotton towel & squeeze it gently without rubbing. Repeat, while always starting from tips to roots. Your curls will be more defined & strengthened.

6. For more glow & luminosity


Applying some drops daily (at any time you wish) as a part of your hair regimen will provide a softer, shinier, supple & a glowing look. Argan oil instantly seeps into the hair fiber & fixes its essential nutrients for a long-lasting protection.

 

 

7. Hair protection from sea & pool


Applying a few drops of Argan oil on your hair before swimming (in pool or sea) will tremendously help protect it from chlorine & the aggressive dryness of salt water. It’s advised to repeat the procedure before each swim!

8. Hair protection from sun damage


Apply a few drops of Argan oil on your hair before braiding it to naturally lock the moisture inside. This will provide a considerable protection against the sun or any other environmental damaging factors.

Argan Oil Hairtreatment - The Definitiv Guide Infographic

CHAPTER 3


Argan Oil Hair Treatment & Protection Guide:

Here are 8 of the best ways you can implement Argan oil in your hair care regiment:


1. Before shampooing


≈ 10-15 minutes before your usual shampooing, apply a few drops using your hand palm & spread it across your hair to repair damage, smooth its fibre & fix its essential nutrients & texture.

2. Before hair coloring


Prepare your hair the night before by applying a few drops using your hand palm & spread it across your hair. This will deeply nourish & replenish it, make ready & it will help protect it from post-coloring dryness.


3. Before blow-drying


Before blow-drying, apply some drops of Argan oil using your hand palm first then use a brush or a comb to evenly distribute it throughout your hair from roots to tips. This will coat it with oil & protect it against heat damage.

4. For smoothing & Anti-Frizz


Apply a few drops of Argan oil on damp hair & wait for ≈ 10 minutes then start detangling it using a large-toothed comb starting from its ends. This will smooth it & get rid of frizz while deeply-nourishing & conditioning it.


5. For curl definition


Apply some drops of Argan oil on your hair using the hand palm, then place it in a (lightly-humid) towel & squeeze it gently without rubbing. Repeat, while always starting from tips to roots. Your curls will be more defined & strengthened.

6. For more glow & luminosity


Applying some drops daily (at any time you wish) as a part of your hair regimen will provide a softer, shinier, supple & a glowing look. Argan oil instantly seeps into the hair fiber & fixes its essential nutrients for a long-lasting protection.


7. Hair protection from sea & pool


Applying a few drops of Argan oil on your hair before swimming (in pool or sea) will tremendously help protect it from chlorine & the aggressive dryness of salt water. It’s advised to repeat the procedure before each swim!

8. Hair protection from sun damage


Apply a few drops of Argan oil on your hair before braiding it to naturally lock the moisture inside. This will provide a considerable protection against the sun or any other environmental damaging factors.

Argan Oil Hairtreatment - The Definitiv Guide Infographic

How much is your hair really worth to you?

Let’s break it down to how much you will save when you use Argan oil as a hair treatment:

A bottle of
0
ml. of Argan Oil
Equals Around
0
Pump-Shots
Which is around
0
Usages / Average

In other words…
You will have the best care
for your hair AND skin for
less than 0.25 $ a day!


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