AN OIL WITH MULTIPLE VIRTUES
The women of Southwest Morocco have always used argan oil for food or cosmetics.

ARGAN OIL FOR COSMETIC USE

The women of Southwest Morocco have always used cosmetic argan oil for their body and hair care because of its vitamin E content.

Argan reinvigorates, moisturises and is effective against the drying out and the ageing of the skin.

For day/night care and for all skin types, argan regenerates and fights against skin ageing. In the Moroccan pharmacopoeia, it is recommended to fight against acne, chapping and burns.

Perfect for massages, it can also do wonders with just a few drops in the bath water.

It strengthens hair by nourishing and revitalising the scalp. It provides shine while restoring its natural softness and silky feel.

Argan is also recommended for treating breaking and split nails as it strengthens and protects against outside aggressions.

ARGAN OIL FOR FOOD USE

Its content in oleic acid makes argan oil particularly interesting in regulating cholesterol levels.

Argan oil for food use has recognised properties from a dietary and nutritional point of view. This sumptuous and shimmering oil is found to be the noblest edible oil by fine gourmets. It is made from natural or roasted kernels.

The oil made from roasted kernels has a slightly darker shade than the natural cosmetic and medicinal argan oil, which is made directly through the cold pressing of fresh kernels.

This oil is a popular flavouring ingredient for it subtle chestnut taste and its incomparable smoothness. It may be added to creative salad recipes and delicate dishes.

A dash of argan oil will enhance the taste of your culinary preparations with unique and sunny notes.