Organic argan plant oil

Unroasted, fair trade, first cold pressed virgin oil

Precious and rare, protects and revitalises skin

PRINCIPAL INDICATIONS:

Dehydrated and ageing skin

22,50 €

Ref. 0021019 In Stock

Description

Argan trees are endemic to Morocco and grown by women’s cooperatives. Cultivation of the tree helps to protect Moroccan soil against desertification.

Softening and regenerating, argan oil nourishes and hydrates skin, restoring its glow and suppleness.

Made from unroasted kernels, argan plant oil has a high unsaponifiable content. Half of these are beta-carotenes, vitamin A precursors.

Argan oil is also rich in vitamin E, giving it antioxidant properties.

Argan plant oil repairs and protects skin from dryness and external stresses. Its high essential fatty acid content also helps to prevent ageing.

Argan oil is very effective for relieving chapped skin and burns and accelerating the healing of spots and wounds. It also strengthens hair and nails.

Press-extracted for HÉVÉA, our argan oil is produced through an equitable partnership with a Berber women’s cooperative in the Taroudant region.

Certifications

CULTURE METHOD: organic
PART(S) USED: kernel
EXTRACTION METHOD: first cold pressed

100% of ingredients are from Organic Farming

Controlled fabrication process. Features certified by Bureau Veritas Certification -92046 PARIS LA DÉFENSE- according to reference I-305 available at www.qualite-france.com 

LABORATOIRE HÉVÉA, certified ISO 9001:2008 and ISO 14001:2004

 

 

Composition

INGREDIENTS:

Argan oil* (Argania Spinosa).

*ingredient from Organic Farming.

OTHER INGREDIENTS:

Argania Spinosa Oil*

*ingredient from Organic Farming.

Use

DIRECTIONS:

Face and body: apply morning and evening to revitalise and nourish your skin. As an ultra-mild make-up remover (moisten previously a piece of cotton with hot water). As a hair mask or hair care before of after shampoo to restore natural beauty and shine to your hair.

STORAGE INSTRUCTIONS:

Store in a closed container, away from air and sunlight, in a temperature lower than 25ºC.

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