There are many ways to use argan oil to benefit your skin and hair, and to help you out, we have compiled a list of the top uses of argan oil in your beauty routine.
Written By Abigail Wise / Reviewed By Ray Spotts
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Found in the gorgeous lands of Morocco, argan oil has been around for eons. It just so happens that despite its availability, it has only enjoyed much deserved popularity in recent years. There are a number of reasons why argan oil is a top-tier oil that has a plethora of benefits. Derived from a tree nut, this oil has impressive amounts of vitamin A, vitamin E, omega 6 fatty acids, linoleic acid and trocopherol. This makes it a fantastic oil for both the skin and hair.