Do Not Try Moroccan Oil Until You Read The Facts About It Now

Do you want to know how you can outsmart BOTOX doctors, have a wrinkle free face, and stop the signs of Aging?

We thought so, now let us explain.

In any endeavor, if you want spectacular results, you look for the best. Whether hiring a contractor to rebuild a room, remodel a bathroom or when rejuvenating your own body, you are always willing to pay a premium for someone or something that does the job to perfection – Argan oil is the super contractor for making you look years younger, revamping your body from head to toe.Click here for today’s argan oil exclusive promotions.

While you can eat super foods and workout to increase your youthful vitality and keep a great figure, there are some special secrets provided by Mother Nature that can really keep you looking youthful and sexy, and argan oil is one of those beauty super-power products.

 

 

What is Moroccan Oil?

Moroccan oil, or argan oil, is harvested from the nut of the fruit of the argan tree. This tree grows in only one region of the entire planet – in the desert-like region of southwestern Morocco. Berber women have used the argan tree for centuries as a supplement to their own beauty and vitality, using both the nuts and fruit for their hair, skin and nails, as well as cooking with the fruit and even using the argan wood to flavor their cooking.

Moroccan oil really works. The tree is hearty and lives to be more than 200 years in a harsh climate, even resisting drought conditions.

Not unlike the goji berrywhich grows in the upper altitudes of the Himalayas, and therefore contains an incredible amount of nutrient-dense fortitude, so does the argan nut grow to be full of essential fatty acids, and lots of Vitamin E. Vitamin E is essential for the health of the skin and nails, and has become a staple for any beauty regime. The tree used to grow throughout North Africa as well, but has now been declared an endangered species by UNESCO.

Penelope Cruz, one of Hollywood’s biggest names says argan oil is a “must-have” product to get Simple, Sexy, Shiny waves.

It is part of this rarity of the argan tree that makes Moroccan oil so coveted, and often, expensive.

Moroccan Oil — How to Get This Rare “Liquid Gold”

Since the oil of the argan nut (Moroccan oil) is becoming so popular in the other parts of the world, from the United States to Britain, Australia and Canada, its growth is now being protected by women’s cooperatives. They are being taught the value of the tree and how to grow the argan responsibly, while harvesting its fruit in ways that are sustainable. In times past, women would actually collect the undigested pits of argan fruit from the waste of goats which many Berbers herded as a form of lifestyle and income. This nut would then be washed and ground to make Moroccan oil. Due to the modern desire for Moroccan Argan oil, the nuts are now harvested directly from the argan fruit produced by the tree.

Utilizing press-extraction, Moroccan oil ‘keeps’ for up to 18 months and can be prepared in larger quantities to be shipped all over the world, where women are using it as the Berbers once did to make wrinkles fade, soften their hair and skin and even correct sever dryness like eczema and dermatitis. Moroccan oil is so effective that it takes a very small amount to beautify the body. It is also more resistant to oxidation than olive oil and is full of squalene, important unsaturated fatty acids, carotenes, phenols, and tocopherols (like vitamin E).

Is Moroccan Oil Worth the price?

Due to its rarity, 100% pure Moroccan oil can be pricey, but it is very effective. Women who have shared their opinions of the oil in Moroccan oil reviews online, suggest repeatedly that a little bit goes a long way and this may effectively offset the cost of this wonderful beauty and age-defying product.

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QUICK WARNING… Don’t get 100% pure Moroccan oil confused with the company who “branded” themselves with the name Moroccan oil (they sell their product in the blue bottles). Their product line contains only a small percentage of argan oil and they do not offer it in it’s purest organic form. Argan oil has become a cultural phenomenon and there are many companies jumping on the bandwagon offering questionable quality products with very small percentages of argan oil in them. Moroccan oil is best used on your skin and  hair in it’s pure organic form, the results will blow you away.

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Moroccan Oil Works!

Jun 08, 2013 by Marie C Burgess-Collins

Moroccan Oil works really well for my skin and hair. This blog post really shares the unique ways that the Moroccan Oil can be used and how it can help your skin and your hair.My skin and hair has never looked as good as it does, now, that I have been using the Moroccan Oil. I use it daily and it really has helped the appearance of my skin and my hair. I suggest it to all of my family and friends.


Long Hair

Jun 08, 2013 by Love

I have long hair and it is hard to keep conditioned. Moroccan oil sounds like the best solution for long hair. Especially this that is 100% moroccan oil.I will probably order this since it has a 100% guarantee. I don't see any reason not to. The price is very reasonable compairison to other deep conditioners. I will let you know how my hair looks after using it. Can't wait to get the order.


Nice

Mar 14, 2013 by Hi!!

i love it!!!!! It is very nice


Hair

Sep 06, 2012 by jh

My hair is shining like never before!! I can wait 2 extra mounths before I cut it!


Nothing but Perfection!

Jun 07, 2012 by Mary A.

First off, let me say that this product DOES work for skin and hair.

Overall I’m very happy with this product because it takes care of all my needs. Prior to this I was purchasing separate products for skin and hair. This product is 100% pure argan oil, with ZERO added chemicals.


Nothing but Perfection!

May 21, 2012 by Julie T.

I have had chronic dry skin on my hands for 25 years from working with cleaning supplies. I’ve tried plenty of moisturizers and nothing has ever worked. I’ve been using argan oil for a few weeks and now my hands have NEVER looked this great, my hands feel so smooth. I LOVE THIS ARGAN OIL!!!!!!


Miraculous on Dry, Sensitive Skin

Feb 19, 2012 by Jennifer L.

Neutrogena, Mary Kay, Arbonne… I have tried sooo many products for my dry, sensitive skin. Everything either gave me a rash or left my face feeling dry.

Co-worker told me about this argan oil. I decided to get a bottle and I’ve been using it on my face. My skin has never looked or felt better. Not sure how it works on oily skin, but if you have dry skin, it’s worth every cent.


Wonderful for skin and wavy hair

Jan 17, 2012 by Nancy B.

I started using this argan oil from reinventing aging a few months ago… apparently small amounts go a long ways! I love it! My niece suggested that I try it! I am 55 with good skin... but I now use this every morning! Really worth it!


I am very impressed!!!

Jan 05, 2012 by Patricia B.

Will buy again!!! I have tried Josie Maran, Eden Allure, Pura D'or and Moraccan Oil, etc.. and some other cheaper brands

This one from Reinventing Aging is TOP quality with a great price (I like that it doesn’t have a fragrance). Don't go cheap and buy the inexpensive ones, its mostly diluted, poor quality or all chemicals.


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29 Responses to “Do Not Try Moroccan Oil Until You Read The Facts About It Now”
  1. George says:

    If this is Morrocon oil product a beauty secret that keeps actress Emmanuelle Chriqui (from the HBO series, Entrourage), looking so youthful, Sexy, seductive and down right irresistible (I could go on with my effusive praise), then I will buy it and package it as a gift for my girlfriends. She was actually born in Montreal, Quebec, to Moroccan immigrants. Her family moved to Toronto when she was 2 years old. And at the age of 10, Chriqui appeared in her first production: a McDonald’s commercial.

  2. Ben says:

    This was very interesting, I have seen infomercials on late night TV that are selling things like this but I don’t think it is in a pure form. You mentioned that this Moroccan oil can be very pricey but you never said how much, why is this always such a big secret when you are trying to sell something on line? Well I will play along and dig deeper to find the price, thank you.

  3. Vicky says:

    Thank you for this information I am very curious about Moroccan oil because I have noticed lately that I am getting these tiny wrinkles around my eyes and mouth. And the skin around my eyes is getting really lose and thin feeling. I have been told that these lines are from smiling and when I do smile that is where they show up at the most, will this help me?

  4. Bebe says:

    I am having a problem of too much protein on my hair…which of your shampoo’s and conditioners should I use…also how often should I use a protein conditioner, and which of these products should I use then?…I appreciate your help…b

    • admin says:

      Thanks for the comment… so let’s see. Chances are your hair feels stiff and brittle and you want to fix “protein overload” and make your hair soft again.

      First you need to get rid of the buildup. Use a clarifying shampoo or a regular SLS shampoo (make sure you lather down to the ends). Keep in mind that it does take some time for the buildup to go away.

      Then apply a daily moisturizer. 100% pure Argan oil (no chemical additives) is perfect for reconstructing, detangling, and replenishing moisture levels. Hope this helps, good luck and come back to let us know about your results.

      • Bebe says:

        Thanks…I am currently using Moroccanoil extra volume shampoo and Moroccanoil weightless hydrating mask…I see this problem of protein build-up happens to ‘black’ hair when I google it…I am a old ‘white’ woman, and I say that with a smile…my hair is professionally colored and shoulder length and fine…pls let me know if you think I am doing the correct thing…b

  5. Janet says:

    Hi, I would like to know where to find the 100 % pure argan oil?

  6. Desa says:

    This is an amazing review. One thing thought is that you didn’t provide us with the brand that makes this oil. I’m doing research but it seems hard to find 100% pure argan oil. please let us know. thank you!!!

    • admin says:

      Thanks for the comment… we carry our own brand of argan oil, but due to high demand we are currently sold out.

      We offer our Reinventing Aging subscribers and Facebook fans the best prices, come back and see us in May or click here to join the argan oil fan community on Facebook. You will be one of the first to get a special offer after we’ve restocked :)

      Or… maybe you’ll be our next contest winner :)

    • admin says:

      We produce our own brand of 100% pure argan oil.

  7. Rae says:

    The “Moroccan Oil” you buy at the store seems to be mostly silicone, terrible for long hair. I find it weighs my hair down & makes dust & particles stick to it :/ I have been wanting to try the pure oil for a while now, have heard it’s amazing!

  8. Sue says:

    I’m confused. If you can only get the oil from one place,one provider, then doesn’t that mean it is all the same? organic or not. Does Morocco have “organgic” standards like the states? If you google the Argan Oil, it looks like almond butter…. Not the oil in the bottle. So, does that mean its so refined by all manufactures that it’s not pure by any standards? So many questions and I want to believe all the hype!

    • admin says:

      The argan tree is only indigenous to Morrocco but what defines organic/pure argan oil is not whether the tree is grown to U.S organic standards but how the argan oil is extracted and processed. There are 3 extraction methods, hand, mechanical and chemical.

      No manufacture sells hand extracted argan oil due to the time it takes to press the oil. Our Reinventing Aging argan oil is machine extracted where the argan fruit is pressed without mixing it with water or any other chemicals (i.e. 100% pure argan oil). This gives our argan oil a shelf life of roughly 2 years.

      Other methods of extraction include chemical extraction. With this method oil is directly absorbed into chemical solvents from ground kernels.

      With the exception of a few manufacturers, the majority of argan oil on the market is either watered down or include other chemicals like Cyclopentasiloxane, Dimethicone, Cyclomethicone, Caprylyl Methicone, Phenyl Trimethicone, or some fragrance inclusion.

      Hope this answers your question.

  9. Mahaa says:

    I have read SO many amazing things about this oil I really want to buy it. I have curly, frizzy hair and seems like this will probably solve my hair issues. Please do let me know when it’s available and how and where from I may order it.

    Thanks!!

  10. Sudheesh says:

    -”Hy elin, I just wanted to let you know that there is a lot of diehmticone in there. What you feel is actually just the silicon building up on you hair. It prevents the hair from getting any more moister, which makes it even dryer and eventually break. I would recommend you getting something diehmticone free. At the beginning it might not feel as moisturizing. That’s because the product will need some time to break off all the build up (as silicone is not easy to get off you hair. for example simply washing it will not help!. I hope you read this and that it will help you!!!Maybe you could even check out my blog, that would be such a pleasure :) http://www.i-want-style.blogspot.com

  11. Brandy says:

    Absolutely love Moroccanoil !! I have curly , frizzy hair and I am currently in cosmetology school and recommend this product for all my clients and they come back for more. I would love the real deal (100%) to try it on my hair, which is very color treated damaged, (due to experimenting in school) I would recommend everyone try it..

    • shivali says:

      Hi Brandy,
      I read about your view of applying this oil on hair. may I know, for how long do i have to apply this on my hair before washing them?

  12. Mary says:

    I am a white female blessed with a lot of hair was married to a black man and have a daughter with an afro that you’ve never seen before.i was living in SA for 13years and never found a good product for my daughters hair last year I found Moroccanoil and it’s the best thing that ever worked on her hair.Now I moved to the island of Malta and I can’t find it here and I’m going crazy.Pllllllease Hellllllp!

    • lorraine says:

      hi Mary, by any chance have you come across this oil in Malta …am looking for it as well
      regarda lorraine

  13. Sailesh says:

    The girl in the video is clearly selling the product, but she’s so cute that she made me look :-)

    I’m a guy using the Moroccanoil brand hair styling cream right now (recommended by hair stylist), which is seems good. May try out more brands like this one. My compliments to the pretty girl.

    • Yasmin says:

      Haha! Thank you, but no I was not selling the product, its been made localy in a village near where I live =)

      • Nama althaibani says:

        Yasmin i loved your video and that is why i ordered the product on this website :)

      • R says:

        Yasmin – I think you’re very cute :) So tell me, is the Moroccan oil any good for hair growth? I would like some advice so it would be good to hear from you. Thanks!

  14. April Smith says:

    Your products look amazing!! I would be very interested in trying them out! :)

  15. Madison says:

    Hi,

    Do you offer free samples of your Argan Oil?

  16. britmey taylor says:

    I have been using Argan Ol for a number of years with great success. First purchased the product as I suffered from terrible frizzy hair but a friend recommended I try Argan Oil and it worked a treat. Also noticed that it improved my dry skin on my hands and made my nails look great as well so it is good for a great many things.

  17. Iam a convert of Argan/Morocan Oil.Purchased it initially for my dry and frizzy hair but noticed after a few weeks that where I was applying it to my hands and nails to rub into my hair my skin and nails started to improve aswell. I have always suffered from dry skin but the Argan Oil seems to have replenished the natural oils that it was missing.

  18. Arfin Helen says:

    This oil is amazing! Smells wonderful and makes my hair silky soft. Although it’s oil, it doesn’t feel oily. It makes my hair feel healthy and easy to manage. It is also great for skin. This product is the best.

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