Skincare fanatics are always on the lookout for the next big thing that will hit the beauty industry. From at-home skin care tools, popular makeup brands to facial washes, everyone is ready to pounce! In 2007, only a few companies saw the potential for the use of Argan Oil. In no time, its benefits have become well-known and were dubbed as a modern-day “liquid gold.”
Argan oil is naturally rich in Vitamin E, which is great for health and repair of the skin and hair. It is also abundant in healthy fatty acids and antioxidants.
It is healthier than olive oil, which is nuts!
Nowadays, many are aware of this Moroccan gift to the world. It is often mixed with other healthy ingredients to address different hair, nails, and skin problems. If you aren’t familiar with what benefits you can get by using this oil, read on and let’s get to know Argan Oil better.
A Great Moisturizer
After washing your face, pour a drop or two of your argan oil and apply in a circular motion to your face and neck. Argan oil absorbs easily and does not leave any oily residue. Argan oil has natural healing properties that can calm redness and skin irritation. Like mentioned, it is packed with fatty acids and vitamin E that nourishes and repairs the skin.
Dry Skin Quencher
The fatty acids and vitamin E make this oil ideal for people suffering from xerosis or dry skin. It nourishes and repairs the skin to prevent flakiness and itchiness. A drop or two of this liquid gold, preferably after bathing, will help lock in moisture and heal the skin at the cellular level.
Contrary to popular belief, oil can be used even for people with oily skin. If you strip your face with its natural oils, the skin will overcompensate and produce more oil than necessary. Argan oil is non-greasy and absorbs readily, nourishing the skin and balancing its oil content. Thanks to the linoleic acid, argan oil has anti-inflammatory properties, it can heal active breakouts.
Stretch Marks Prevention
Because of its moisturizing properties, Argan oil can prevent stretch marks by making the skin more elastic. It helps moisturize and rejuvenate the skin, making stretch marks less likely to form. It also speeds up the skin’s renewal process, making stretch marks fade in time.
Argan oil helps make skin cells regenerate faster. It speeds up cell renewal, which is important in making the skin appear more vibrant and prevent having a dull complexion. This also helps the skin diminish the visibility of fine lines and wrinkles which make skin look younger.
You can use this oil to moisturize dry and chapped lips. Because it is rich in health-boosting nutrients, it can make the lips plump and well-hydrated.
Argan oil is also used to nourish and repair your locks. It can prevent split ends, and make the hair strands stronger and shinier. It also makes hair more elastic, so that it can withstanding styling damage.
Trophy Skin’s Argan Stem Cell Serum
Trophy Skin has developed an anti-aging serum that has an Argan oil content. Along with other healthy ingredients, it soothes and rejuvenates the skin to reveal a youthful, flawless and firm skin. It can diminish age spots, repair sun damage, reduce line and wrinkles, and refine and tighten skin pores.
Our Argan Stem Cell Serum is infused with Hyaluronic Acid that increases the plumpness and hydration of the skin by making the serum absorb better. (1) It can also reverse sun damage thanks to the copper tripeptide content.
Aside from those, it contains algae extract that protects the skin from environmental damage. Green tea and Mugwort extracts also renew the skin and help soothe irritated skin. These ingredients also add to the powerful antioxidants that Argan Oil already contains.
All these ingredients make our Argan Stem Cell Serum a must-have especially if you are prone to have inflamed or irritated skin.
Use it during the day for an added protection from environmental factors that may damage the skin. A pump or two is enough to cover the face and neck. Use it in the evening too, along with your nighttime creams and moisturizers for an added boost.
Updated May, 2020