Unlisted Brand • Argan oil • Moisturizers
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Age: 30-35 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Hazel
On the nights I don't use my Yon-ka stuff, I use plain old argan oil. If you are on a budget, you can't do better than a bottle of this from a health food store. It's a wonderful moisturiser that gives your skin a visible glow and healthiness the next morning, and works on oilier skintones like mine. I also use it as a body oil as it is very effective on bad winter dry skin.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Very Oily, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Black, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
My hair is long (waist length), dyed and thick. I have been using other oils so my hair has been healthy. In fact, my hair is the first thing that people notice about me and compliment me for. I heard that this is better than Morracanoil so I gave it a try. IMO, if you are buying this from Sally's, it has almost the same amount of silicone as Morracanoil. If you get this in 100% pure version, it does not do a thing about frizz. In fact, this made my hair feeling not so silky but rather stiff and greasy feeling. Bottom line is that I would stick to my Olive Oil.
Age: Unknown Skin: Sensitive, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I bought argan oil from my Sally Beauty, as it is supposed to be very good for hair. I use it on dry hair as a gloss serum, before straightening, and as a heavy treatment before shampooing. My hair is still very short, but I iron every other day and I have yet to see a split end, so something's working! I have a wound on my nose that came from when I dug too deep for a blackhead, so I put the oil on that today after reading these reviews. Will update on if it is beneficial for skin as well!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Black, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
I have combination, acne-prone, finicky skin and I love argan oil. It's my new favorite facial moisturizer/treatment, more moisturizing than jojoba or grapeseed oil, but lighter than olive, hemp seed or emu oil. And it doesn't break me out like evening primrose oil does.
I mix a few drops with my regular moisturizer (Desert Essence) when my skin is feeling especially dry, or use it alone at night if my skin is at all flaky (I use Tazorac and AHAs regularly). I invariably wake up with calm, soft skin. It actually seems to prevent or diminish zits and gives me the loveliest glow with regular use.
I also use the oil every night around my eyes. It helps keep the area nicely moisturized and soft and brightens a little too. An unexpected benefit is that it nourishes my eyelashes; they're stronger and a little thicker and longer than usual.
I get pure, organic, cold-pressed oil from Garden of Wisdom for a very fair price (The Josie Maran stuff is a rip-off at $48 for 1.7 oz; GOW's oil is about $8 for 1 oz).
I've already repurchased this once and will do so again. I now consider argan oil to be a staple in my skincare routine.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Black Eyes: Black
A friend gave me some very pure Argan oil she bought from Morocco and it is really effective! I've been using just a very tiny bit around my eyes on top of my reg eye cream and the results are significant. My fine lines are much softer, the deeper lines are much less noticeable and the whole area looks more youthful. When I use AO on the rest of my face, I prefer to mix it 1:1 with jojoba oil so that it spreads more easily. By itself, AO is quite thick. So plus the fact that the oil benefits women's cooperatives in Morocco, I think it's def worth trying and far superior to many commercial concoctions.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair, Cool Hair: Blond, Straight, Fine Eyes: Blue
I've been using argan oil for about a week now and so far, so good. The scent isn't too pleasant but fades quickly. I use this oil as a nightly moisturiser and I find that only a few drops is enough, espescially if my face is a bit moist. It also absorbs a lot quicker than other oils I've used even though the oil seems somewhat thick. I haven't had any breakouts or irritation from this yet and I hope I won't get any because it's a really good nightly moisturiser without silicones or other gunk. It's not too expensive either since a little goes a long way for me. However, it hasn't changed my skin for the better or worse so it doesn't seem like a miracle cure. It also works nicely for moisturizing hands.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Blond, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
I first came across argan oil in the "Moroccan Oil" that is sold in some hair salons. While the Moroccan Oil works great on hair, it is expensive and I hated the overwhelming and lasting musky scent. I researched argan oil and found it from an internet company called AAA Shea Butter. It is organic and virgin cold pressed. I use it on my hair for shine and softness. I just put a few drops in my hands, rub them together and then smooth over my dry hair. I also use this on my face, neck and chest in combination with coconut oil. Argan oil is wonderfully moisturizing and I feel it is keeping the wrinkles away.
The only negative is that the smell is horrible when it first comes out of the bottle. Thankfully, the scent fades completely away after a few minutes.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Green
I have bought expensive creams forever and always had problems with my skin I use Argan oil now and it has changed my life. It is good for anti aging and it doesn't clog pores or break you out! It is amazing, my skin is smooth and soft! Try it!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
don't ask me how, don't ask me why, but, i kid you not, this oil has cleared my skin of acne almost 100%!! i'm in my early twenties and have been struggling with mild to moderate acne since my teens. since i entered my twenties, it seemed to get worse. i've tried salicylic acid (PC's and almost every d/s brand available) and that did nothing; i've tried alpha hydroxy acid (PC's) and that seemed to make my blemishes worse; i've tried benzoyl peroxide, and while that seemed to work a little, it left me soo dry (even just 2.5%); and i've tried every combination of the three you can think of, various brands/types, and nothing has cleared up my skin. i'd always have at least (i stress that was the minimum; most of the time it was way more) five active blemishes at a time. all the while dealing with my horribly combination skin (pretty oily t-zone, drrrry and flakey in the cheeks). so, basically, my skin was a mess.
and then i stumbled upon this little miracle. i didn't really have much faith that it'd work, but i figured why not? well, i've been using this a few months now and my skin looks amazing. it doesn't prevent zits 100% for me. however, if i do breakout, its like one, maybe two, zits that last only a day or two...not several that last for weeks! so it helps blemishes heal a lot faster. not only that, but my skin is much more balanced in terms of moisture. my oily t-zone doesn't tend to get as oily, and my flakey, dry cheeks are no longer flakey and dry! i almost have "normal" skin...almost (my t-zone still gets a little shiney). my skin absolutely glows. the only issue i have with my skin now is post-acne red marks, and this oil isn't really doing much for them. but, for the time being, i'm okay with that.
so, how do i use it?
i use it only at night. the bottle i bought didn't come with a dropper, so i just use a q-tip to get some, mix it with my moisturizer, and then apply to my skin after cleansing. i'd estimate its about 4-5 large drops of the oil with one pump of my moisturizer (neutrogena's oil free moisture for combo skin). the oil sinks in pretty well after a while, but at first you may look a little shiney. i don't use this during the day because, since my skin is slightly oily, it's a bit too much moisture. a lot of people mention the smell, but i've honestly never noticed anything. if i get my nose close enough to the bottle, i notice a slight smell, but it's not like a pungent smell or anything. just smells like...oil i guess. and when i apply it to my skin, i don't notice anything at all. /p>
i bought this from an online retailer, so it's unbranded. it's just cold pressed, 100% pure argan oil. if you buy it in large quantities, it can get a bit pricey, but i paid about $8 for 1 ounce of it, so not too bad. this one ounce bottle is lasting pretty well too. but honestly, even if it cost triple that amount (and it does, plus more, if you're buying it from josie maran), i'd still totally buy it. if you're like me, having tried several products without much results, then i'd definitely give this a try.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Green
This is my splurge product. I'm sure there are other oils that work just as well, but the aborption rate on this is fairly high and keeps my bod hydrated all day. I've bought mine from Garden of Wisdom and can tell it's the real deal -- at the real price about 60$ for 8 oz! They have a one ounce size, too. Love it and its nutty smell. I have been able to use it on my face without breakouts and use it as an eye moisturizer at night. It's great. Note that there is increased demand for this oil all over the world and I wouldn't be surprised if it gets diluted with other oils along the way if you don't buy from a reputable seller. I justify paying the higher price knowing that purchasing this oil supports women's cooperatives in Morrocco.