How to use Argan oil
As a nighttime moisturizer
Argan oil is easily absorbed and perfect for night time moisturizing routine. After cleansing apply one drop (two for dry skin) in circular motion to face and neck.
As a toner
Mix 2-4 drops of argan oil to regular toner.
Make a Do It Yourself toner by adding a few drops of argan oil to rose or orange blossom water.
As an exfoliator
Regular exfoliation helps to remove dead skin cells and reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, while giving a younger fresher complexion.
Mix 1 tablespoon of brown sugar with a couple of drops of argan oil in the hand. Rub on face in a circular motion for 2-4 minutes; pay special attention to acne prone areas and areas that are dry. Rinse with warm water, and pat dry.
As an acne fighter
Use argan oil as a moisturizer, but place a drop in the palm of your hand and lightly dab a bit extra into problem areas.
To fight stubborn or persistent white heads, be sure to add to the DIY toner along with a couple of drops of tea tree oil.
As a lip conditioner
Argan oil makes for a wonderful lip treatment or lip balm substitute! Rub in 1-2 drops, and wipe away any excess.
This will not only heal any cracked lips, but also keep lips soft, smooth and conditioned. Keep argon oil around in winter-time to prevent chapped lips.
Heal. Balance. Restore.
Argan oil is rich with anti-oxidants, Omega-6 fatty acids, and linoleic acid which eases inflammation and moisturizes skin.
Moroccan women have used pure argan oil for centuries to maintain beautiful complexion and stay wrinkle free.
Argan oil has been known to help with a myriad of skin issues.
Dry Skin: Nourishes and moisturizes dry, scaly, flaky skin and protects against infection.
Oily Skin: Regulates sebum production to keep the skin’s natural oils at a healthy level. With regular use, the skin will no longer look or feel oily.
Irritated/Itchy Skin: Protects skin from allergens that may cause itchiness.
Acne: Controls overproduction of acne-causing sebum and soothes the inflammation brought about by acne; also prevents the ugly scars acne can leave behind.
Aging: Stimulates renewal of skin cells and boosts elasticity while smoothing wrinkles and lines.
Eczema and Psoriasis: Helps alleviate inflammatory symptoms associated with psoriasis. Also addresses immunity problems and allergies that trigger eczema symptoms.
As a stretch marks blocker
Argan oil can help prevent stretch marks by improving the elasticity of the skin. Take 2-3 drops of pure argan oil and gently rub stomach, hips, thighs or any other potential problem areas.
The vitamin A and vitamin E will help to rejuvenate the skin while moisturizing, making stretch marks less likely to form. For existing stretch mark begin by massaging argan oil and brown sugar into the affected areas before bath. Rinse well and apply the oil to the affected areas prior after bath.
As a total body moisturizer
Argan oil can also be used as a whole-body moisturizer that delivers radiant skin without all the harsh hidden chemicals found in most lotions and moisturizers.
Add a couple of drops of argan oil to any food-grade carrier oil of choice (coconut, olive, jojoba, sweet almond, or sesame) to immediately reap all the benefits of this healing natural oil. For dry patches on heals, elbows or other areas, massage an extra drop for relief.
As a razor bumps and burn healer
Razor bumps and razor burn are uncomfortable and unsightly. Argan oil is an effective treatment to soothe and heal for razor bumps and burns for men and women.
Warm a drop or two of the oil in hands and lightly massage into the affected area. The healing power of the oil is astounding.
It will also help in a reducing ingrown hairs.
As a nail conditioner
Argan oil’s non-greasy moisture is an ideal treatment for cuticles and nails. Remove all polish from fingernails and toenails, and rinse thoroughly.
Dot a fraction of a drop directly onto each nail, one at a time, and rub into the nail bed and cuticle. Leave on until all nails have been treated.
Wash and rinse thoroughly and then apply polish as desired. The oil will help to condition nails, but also help keep cuticles moisturized.
As moisturizer for dry feet and heels
Rub 2 drops into feet with special attention to the problem areas. Depending on the how dryness additional drop or two might be required to fully moisturize the area.
Cover with a pair of cozy socks to give the oil a chance to soak in. Leave the socks on for at least 20 minutes, and preferably overnight.
NOTE: Please use a warm washcloth to remove all of the residual oil from the bottom of your feet prior to bathing to prevent slip and fall!