The Many Health Benefits of Using Topical Argan Oil

Goat Climbing for Argan Oil

There’s something to be said about goats willing to climb 30-foot-tall trees just to get their hands or hooves, rather, on the world’s most expensive edible oil. People throughout the world have taken advantage of the many benefits argan oil has to offer including the effectiveness it has as an all-natural moisturizer for your skin and hair.

Argan oil is known for its richness in Vitamin A and E but the nutrients don’t stop there, it is also packed with antioxidants, omega-6 fatty acids and linoleic acid. Tocopherol derived from the Vitamin E helps to boost cell production while promoting healthy skin and hair. This is why you’re seeing high-end anti-aging hair and skincare products adding this nutritious fruit to its ingredients.

“We live in a world where people will do just about anything to stay youthful, with hair thinning and hair loss being at the top of the list of reasons we look more aged, I knew there was more I could do to help.” Said Dr. Yazdan.

With over 40% of men alone experiencing noticeable hair thinning and hair loss by the age of 35 in the United States, Dr Yazdan felt an urgency to help gain their confidence back. Spending many years perfecting a shampoo + conditioner enriched with argan oil to fulfill the demand of a hair restoration product that actually WORKS.

Fun Fact: A Whopping 60% of hair loss sufferers said they would rather have more hair than money or friends while 30% said they would be willing to give up sex entirely to get their hair back!

But why the hefty price tag on argan oil? By hand, Moroccan natives extract the oil from the fruit derived from the argan tree making this an extremely intensive process and very time consuming. Due to the intensive process and the fact that argan trees can only be found in Morocco, makes it expensive to produce, yet a “holy grail” in the beauty and hair industry.

Here are some of our other favorite benefits of Argan Oil-

Overnight Deep Conditioning Treatment– Dry hair, dry scalp or dandruff? No problem! Warm 5-10 drops in your hands and massage through hair. Finish by applying a hair cap which allows you to retain your natural body heat, helping the oil to penetrate deeply.

Nighttime Moisturizer-Pour just 1 drop (2 drops in winter months or in dryer climates) into your palm and apply in a circular motion to your face and neck. The Vitamin A & E can help to reduce fine wrinkles. A 2015 study shows benefits to anti-aging effects.

Hair Growth– That’s right, recent studies have indicated that argan oil also promotes hair growth. So, make sure to add a few drops and massage into your scalp, or use hair care products containing argan oil.

Skin Toner– Skin toning is a critical step in your skin care routine. Add 2-4 drops to your favorite toner for a youthful all-over glow.

Acne– Its high linoleic acid content reduces inflammation and is known to decrease sebum levels in people with oily skin while helping damaged skin cells. Fun Fact: Tea Tree oil helps compliment argan oil with its rich antioxidant contents and its antibacterial, antiviral and antifungal properties making it a great duo!

Leave-in Conditioner– It’s not only great for skin, but your hair too! This non-greasy oil repairs split end, tames frizz and fly-aways, and protects against heat from hair dryers, curlers and flat irons.

Hand & Foot treatment– If you have dry, cracking feet and hands, apply a few drops for a great winter-weather moisturizer.

Facial Serum– Add 1-2 drops on a cotton pad after cleansing and wake up with super soft skin!

For more information on the benefits of Argan Oil for Hair visit the GroMD website or contact our office today at 949-374-2563.