Argan oil, or “liquid gold” as it has been dubbed, originated from Morocco. In recent years, it has become a cult favorite for beauty and medical purposes alike. Beauty-wise, argan oil is used for both healing and anti-aging.
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Argan oil, or “liquid gold” as it has been dubbed, originated from Morocco.
In recent years, it has become a cult favorite for beauty and medical purposes alike. S
tudies show that this honey-colored and hazelnut-flavored substance can help in the prevention of prostate cancer, lower cholesterol levels, and other various diseases.
Beauty-wise, argan oil is used for both healing and anti-aging.
Argan Oil For Consumption
Culinary grade argan oil, or the one that is meant to be consumed or ingested, is good for one’s internal organs.
It should taste like sesame oil.
When ingested, it has been known to fight cancer, cardiovascular disease, and inflammatory disorders.
According to Dr. Philip Steig, Ph.D., M.D., Professor and Chairman of the Department of Neurological Surgery at Weill Cornell Medical College and Neurosurgeon-in-Chief at New York Presbyterian Hospital, experts are saying that Argan oil may just be the newest super food.
Argan oil is tasty.
In Morocco, it is usually eaten with bread, couscous, salads, and many more.
It can also be used to make Amlou, or the Moroccan equivalent of peanut butter.
To do so, just grind roasted almonds into pure Argan oil.
Argan Oil As Cosmetic
Cosmetic grade argan oil on the other hand benefits the skin more than anything.
When applied topically, it can reduce the appearance of scars, stretch marks, clear up acne, ease eczema, heal cracks and burns, hasten chicken pox recovery, and more.
For those with dry skin, Argan oil can nourish and moisturize.
For those with oily skin, it can help control sebum production.
Argan oil can also protect the skin from allergens that may cause itchiness, and boost skin elasticity to smooth out fine lines and wrinkles.More than just keeping your skin in tip-top shape.