Josie Maran Argan Oil
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  • The best way to use Argan Oil is to dispense a few drops into your palms, rub your hands together to warm the oil slightly and then smooth over your skin
  • It's suitable for use all over the body but there are excellent and cheaper body products available so I tend to use it mainly on my facial skin, not only to save on the cost but also as I think the effects are better here than on the skin on my body
  • I've been using the oil to massage my nails for a few weeks now and am highly impressed, my nails have a healthy shine and seem to be stronger and far less brittle than they have been previously

    • by roundabout
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      $48 for a 1.7oz bottle of oil sounds ridiculously expensive, and until a couple of months ago I would have agreed completely - that is until I discovered Argan Oil by Josie Maran, and realised that this stuff is so wonderful that I’d happily pay double the price!  It’s a multi purpose beauty oil that has become a ‘must have’ product for me.

      Supplied in a small basic looking bottle, the Argan Oil is dispensed via a pipette which is built into the lid.  As this is a pure oil you only need a very small amount for each application so the pipette idea is a good one to prevent you pouring too much out of the bottle at any one time.  The scent is slightly oily but


      surprisingly neutral considering the type of product you’re using.

      The best way to use Argan Oil is to dispense a few drops into your palms, rub your hands together to warm the oil slightly and then smooth over your skin. It’s suitable for use all over the body but there are excellent and cheaper body products available so I tend to use it mainly on my facial skin, not only to save on the cost but also as I think the effects are better here than on the skin on my body.  It doesn’t leave my face looking or feeling greasy and absorbs very quickly into my skin due to the lightweight formulation of the oil, obviously being an oil there is going to be an oily sensation ...


      • as you apply it but this doesn’t last long and although it can leave a bit of a sheen on my skin this is easily blotted away. 

        The Argan Oil can also be used as a hair treatment, running a few drops through the length of your hair promotes strength and shine. I do this quite regularly as I recently had my hair bleached and I’m finding this oil far superior to any of the conditioners in my arsenal, the only thing I would say is that you need to ensure you don’t get the oil close to your scalp as it can (and probably will) cause your hair to become limp and greasy.  I’ve read that African American ladies use the oil as a scalp massager without this

        problem with excess grease, although the majority of causican ladies I’ve spoken to agree regarding leaving the oil a safe distance from the root of your hair. 

        Another use for the Argan Oil is to massage it into your cuticles. This not only promotes healthy and speedier nail growth, but also moisturises the small and irritating jaggedness that can occur at the base of your nails. I’ve been using the oil to massage my nails for a few weeks now and am highly impressed, my nails have a healthy shine and seem to be stronger and far less brittle than they have been previously. This is excellent news for me as I suffer with weak nails that break easily, but since I started using the oil regularly this has been much improved. 




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