Argan Oil

And The Winner Is…

 

Argan oil!  It’s the star component in MoroccanOil professional products.  This extraordinary “super-ingredient” is derived from the argan tree, which is known to be indigenous only to the arid and often harsh climate of Morocco.  For hundreds of years it was familiar only to the native people of that area.

 

As one of the only flourishing vegetation sources in the region, it is utilized as food, shelter and a medicinal cure-all, in much the same way neighboring Mediterraneans used olive trees and oil.

 

It’s as if Mother Nature took many of the great properties, afforded separately by other sources, and packed them all into a small fruit-covered nut on a tree in a remote place.  And now, the treasure has been uncovered!

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When seeing the rejuvenating, fortifying and styling capacity argan oil brings to beauty products, it’s no wonder that it is now embraced worldwide.

 

Argan oil contains natural moisturizers that help fortify and heal distressed and damaged hair.  It adds a natural protection and a light hydration that can be applied to multiple hair types.  The chemists at MoroccanOil have championed this versatility with formulas that tame frizz, reduce drying time, add shine, moisture and strength.  There is truly something for EVERYONE, no matter the hair type or style.

 

Argan oil contains natural tocopherols (Vitamin E) and Vitamin F, which promote strength, protection and durability in hair and skin.   It contains betacarotene, the natural healer found in dark leafy-greens and pigmented plants like carrots, pumpkin and sweet potato.  It is found to be even more resistant to oxidation than olive oil, and shares this property with hair and skin when applied, helping to create a residue-resistant, light feel.  It also contains the following fatty acids: oleic acid (omega-9, found in olive oil), linoleic acid (omega-6, found in cocoa/shea butter), palmitic (omega, found in palm oils), and stearic acid (omega, a natural softening agent).

 

As a food and food additive, argan oil is recognized as a combatant to obesity, cardiovascular disease and an aid to reduce harmful LDL-cholesterol and triglycerides.   But don’t start swigging from your shampoo bottle yet!

 

As a MoroccanOil partner salon, we were chosen to share all these benfits with you! Over the past several months, with the purchase of (2) MoroccanOil products, your names were entered into a special giveaway.  MoroccanOil, in conjunction with our local distributor, TruStar Salon Services donated gift sets worth over $375 to use for pampering and beautification.

 

And the winners are… Austyn McAllister and Esther Tomcykoski!

 

 

Our stylists are proud to use MoroccanOil products at the shampoo and styling stations.  Our manicurists will soon be integrating the Moroccanoil Body care line into their services!

 

Stop in and give it a test drive!

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One of the ingredients of Moroccanoil is Argan oil.  The Argan oil tree is only found in south West Morocco Argana. Argan oil is 
made from the nut of argans tree fruit. Moroccanoil’s Argan oil is harvested under a fair trade program which provides substantial socio-economic support to thousands of families in the Souss-Massa region of Morocco. Revenue from this project provides income to families and helps improve the working conditions of rural women.  Read more…

A powerful antioxidant and UV protector, Moroccanoil’s proprietary Argan oil blend is rich in vitamins and natural elements that fortify the hair, including Vitamin F (Omega 6), Vitamin A to improve elasticity, Vitamin E to protect against free-radicals, and Phenols to shield against environmental stressors. Salon-exclusive Moroccanoil products have a strong following among leading runway, film, television and celebrity stylists who search for the very finest for their A-list clients.

Will Moroccanoil make my hair oily?  Moroccanoil does not make the hair oily, it provides all critical vitamins and nutrients to make the hair smoother and more manageable.  A small amount goes a long way.  Those who experience oily hair are using too much of the product.

Quantity… The quantity needed depends on the client.  The texture, volume and chemical treatments all play a part in the quantity.  Highlighted hair will need more than “virgin”/untreated hair.  Thick hair requires more product than those with fine hair.

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