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Argan Oil Hair Treatment by Skinception...best argan oil hair treatment out there

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Published on Jul 3, 2013

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A Closer Look at Argan Oil Hair Treatment

Argan oil hair treatment is versatile. In fact, many consumers dabble a small amount in their hair after a thorough cleanse, to treat split ends. You can also use argan oil to fade stretch marks, strengthen finger nails, reduce wrinkles and those fine lines from the sun.

A closer look at argan oil reveals traces of:

Vitamin E (Tocopherol) - A powerful antioxidant, vitamin E reduces harmful free radicals and protects the skin from sun damage. Vitamin E also improves the skin's ability to retain and use water.

Essential Fatty Acids - These keep your cells healthy and your skin plump, with the ability to re-form after stretching.

Oleic and Linoleic Acid - Essential for their anti-inflammatory properties and to help heal the skin.

Antioxidants - The body's warriors that protect the skin from free radicals, sun damage, chemicals and pollution. If Blinky the Fish had more antioxidants, he might have avoided that trademark third eye.

Polyphenols - Protection from UV rays and aging from sun damage, polyphenols are anti-inflammatories and fight free radicals.

Squalene Oil - With similar functions to olive oil, squalene oil is a natural moisturizer, a powerful healer and is ideal for people with eczema and psoriasis.

Should You Use Argan Oil Hair Treatment?
If all this has your attention, and you're excited about argan oil and its many uses and healing properties, know this: you're looking for argan oil in its purest form.

Indeed, it's not uncommon for some of the larger skin care brands to dilute argan with additives and preservatives. Sometimes these products have in excess of 20 ingredients. All of which dilute the product and reduce the good things that argan can do.

Having said that, argan oil is called "liquid gold" for a reason. It's rare, it's potent, and with a track record over three millennia, it's proven.

If you have dry skin, sensitivities to common skin care products, frizzy hair, wrinkles or stretch marks, or a general interest in natural skin care, then yes, argan oil holds value and is worth your purchase.

But remember that you're looking for pure argan, undiluted with preservatives that degrade argan oil and the magic it does. Your best bet is to purchase argan oil in its pure form, from a major skin care name with minimal use of parabens and with discount packaging.

To that end, you might consider Skinception Cold Pressed Cosmetic Argan Oil, which offers the power of argan oil with the comfort of the Skinception name with a proven track record, live customer support, discount pricing and a firm, money-back guarantee.

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