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The New York Times called argan oil “liquid gold,” with proven benefits and an amazing smell its no wonder why it’s a massive hit throughout the world.
It’s created from the kernels of the nuts of the argan tree. The tree called “the tree of life” by Moroccans is uniquely exclusive to the region.
Scientist named this region the “Arganeraie Biosphere Reserve.”
The region is protected by UNESCO and is considered to be one of the purest oils in the world.
What’s even more surprising is that local Berber women work in cooperatives and control the argan oil industry.
These cooperatives share profits among the local Berber tribes, aiding in health care, education, and creation of jobs.
The profits from the argan oil industry have also been invested in establishing ecosystem reforestation, insuring that supply won’t run out.
It doesn’t stop there! 10% of the Moroccan population is fed through this industry as well.
How do you use Argan oil for your face?
Argan oil can be used on your face throughout the day. Not only is it great for the skin, but it also provides protection from harsh weather such as winter time.
Can I ingest Argan oil?
Argan oil is rich in vitamin A and vitamin E; it also packs antioxidants, Omega-6 fatty acids, Omega-3 fatty acids, and linoleic acid.
There are 2 ways to use argan oil, cosmetic usage and culinary usage. Whether you use it to cook, or use it for cosmetic purposes, it has many benefits.
Argan’s oil rich unsaturated fatty acids contain omega 3 and omega 6 fatty acids, which all Doctors recommend should be 30% of your diet.
The reason being is that it comes from mono and polyunsaturated fatty acids, which is far healthier then saturated fats from meats and butter.
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