Benefits of Argan Oil for Skin
Argon oil is the oil which extracts from the kernel nuts of Argania Spinosa. Argon oil has various uses in cosmetics and cooking fields. But it is more popular in the cosmetic field and now it’s known as liquid gold by the European females as it has various cosmetic benefits. It is proven by various beauty experts and skin specialists. In this article we will lay out some of the benefits of argon oil for skin.
Benefits of Argan Oil For Skin
Argan oil is a multipart combination of chemical compounds such as carotenoids, antioxidants, fatty acids and polyphenoles and also other acids. All these components add in a special way to the list of uses of this oil. Given below are some of the common uses of argan oil for the skin and health treatment as well.
Argan oil prevents your skin against wrinkles which appeared because of early aging. It is also very useful in reducing the look of crow’s feet; it means wrinkles under the eyes.
Argan oil is also one of the most beneficial natural treatments for dry skin. It does soften and freshen the skin more gladly.
Argan oil is highly rich in protein which is very effective for the elasticity of your skin. It helps you to strengthen the protein connecting structure in your skin which functions to tighten your skin and give you fresh look.
It is also very profitable in decreasing the skin irritation and also quickly cures the spots which are happened by scratching on skin.
The most wonderful truth about this oil is that it not only very useful for dry skin but as it is equally good for oily skin. Sebum is an oily material discharged by sebaceous glands which present the skin wet and prevents from dryness, but too much discharge is not good for the skin. So argan oil controls the excess secretion of sebum and provides you manageable level of the skin.
It is also very useful for stretch marks on skin which is happened after the pregnancy.
This oil also provides strength to the breakable and weak nails. It also provides the strength to the sensitive skin at the root of nails and also smoothen them.
Argan oil is also very good treatment for skin inflammatory diseases such as psoriasis, red dots or patches, chickenpox and acne and other skin blemishes which appear on the skin.
This oil is also very effective in treating rheumatic and arthritic situations in which tissues and joints of the body get damaged. This oil soothes and helps to lessen the pain.
Methods to apply the argan oil
If you have raw argan oil then you have to just apply few drops on the face. Always apply this oil at night before going to bed as a moisturizing agent. It is not greasy or oily and also absorbs in the skin easily. You can also make use of argan oil as a make-up as it is non-oily.
For nails, you can prepare a combination of argan oil and lemon juice in equal parts. Then soak your nails and cuticles in this combination for about 10 minutes. This would help you to increase the strength of the nails and also softness of the cuticles.
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