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Argan oil – use for face and body

Argan oil – use for face and body

The use of argan oil for the face is no different from the use of other types of natural oils.

Here are some variants of its use:

The use of argan oil in its purest form. Simply apply the product to the previously cleaned face and body skin with light massage movements, replacing them, for example, with a cream or other cosmetic product. Leave until completely absorbed.

Addition of argan oil in the cream (priority over night), milk or other skin care product in the ratio of 1:1. This option is more convenient to use, as absorption will be much faster.

Mixing Argan oil with other natural oils (nettle oil, marigold oil, sequences, chamomile oil, celandine oil, jojoba oil, etc. to your taste). You also determine the proportions of the mixtures yourself. Such a mixture can be used in a similar way in its pure form or added to the face cream.

In case of skin damage: scratches, small wounds, irritations – Argana oil is applied to the affected areas 1-2 times a day until they heal completely.

Argan body butter

After taking a bath or shower, apply a few drops of argan oil with your palms to slightly damp body skin. After absorption, the oil leaves the skin feeling smooth and firm.

If you add 7-8 drops of argan oil to the shower gel or bath foam, it will help moisturise the skin and prevent it from drying out, toning and softening.

Massage for the prevention of stretch marks (streaks). Prevents the formation of stretch marks during a sharp change in weight:
1 tablespoon of argan oil
5-7 drops of neroli (or mandarin) essential oil
Apply to problem areas of the body and massage until completely absorbed.

Massage for musculoskeletal disorders. Eases muscle and joint pain, relieves inflammation.
A few drops of pure argan oil or its mixture with black cumin oil (niello) in a ratio of 1:1.

Apply to the tips of the fingers and rub into the skin of the problem area of the body with massaging movements.

The massage is useful for arthritis, rheumatism and other musculoskeletal disorders.

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