Argan oil, also known as the Moroccan liquid golden, is very popular due to its multiple properties for skin and hair
More and more people who are concerned about skincare wish to use natural-based products. Argan oil (Argania spinosa) is extracted by pressing from the fruits of the argan tree, original from Morocco, specifically from the region of Arganeraie. 35 kilos of its peculiar fruits are needed to make a litre of the precious oil, hence it’s considered one of the most expensive in the world.
The new Sesderma Golden Oil is formulated with 100% argan oil from Morocco and calendula extract, which help moisturise, revitalise and protect skin and hair, apart from many other benefits. Even though it’s an oil, it doesn’t leave a greasy sensation and absorbs quickly. It’s also used as an anti-ageing treatment, since it’s made up of fatty acids that improve skin elasticity and restore its natural luminosity.
- Nourishes and moisturises dehydrated skin.
- Protects the skin against external aggressions.
- Repairs dry and cracked skin and strengthens brittle nails.
- Has soothing and regenerating properties.
- Helps reduce excess oil.
How to use SESDERMA GOLDEN OIL for skin and hair
Argan oil is one of those multi-purpose products that can be used from head to toe. Its high antioxidant, essential fatty acid and vitamin E content makes argan oil one of the most beneficial oils, hence the recommendation to use it all over the body.
Sesderma Golden Oil is easy and safe to use, since it’s a natural and pure product. It’s mainly used to moisturise and soften the skin, and it’s therefore especially effective to prevent stretch marks during pregnancy or in periods of weight loss. It’s also great to soothe the skin after sun exposure. If your nails are brittle, apply a few drops on your hands and rub them together, insisting on the cuticles for deep hydration.
Another of the multiple applications of the new Sesderma Golden Oil is hair and scalp care. For instance, it can be used as a no-rinse conditioner after the shower, while your hair is still wet, to repair ends and protect them from heat if you’re going to blow-dry or straighten it. It’s also very effective as a moisturising mask: leave it on for at least 10 minutes and then rinse it off. Not only does it help protect your hair, but it also repairs current damage. Finally, one of the most frequent uses is as a final touch, after drying and styling. Pour a few drops on the palms of your hands and massage it into your hair for a shiny, oil-free look.