Here at Jubbas we offer a wide array of products that can benefit your health, skin, and overall well-being. Amongst these is our range of Argan oils, which are available in both skin and hair care variants. If you have never come across these products before, here are a few of the benefits you will experience when you start using them.
Argan oil is most commonly used as a moisturiser for skin due to its high vitamin E and fatty acid content. Both combine to create a moisturiser than not only leaves you skin feeling smooth and rehydrated, but also lacks the greasy feeling that many other types of moisturiser leave on the skin. Usable on all areas of the body, Argan oil is completely natural and non-irritating. Most find it to be a particularly useful addition to their night time moisturising routine, especially in the winter when the cold weather leads to more skin issues.
In addition to moisturising, Argan oil has a toning effect on your skin that will leave your features feeling more defined. This is especially noticeable when applied around the jawline and cheeks, resulting in improved confidence that can benefit you in many other walks of life.
The softening effects of Argan oil means that it has become a regularly used component in hair care products, as well as skincare ones. A number of cosmetic brands use it in their shampoos and conditioners, however, the major benefits are felt when the oil is used as a standalone hair conditioning product. In this guise, it can help with split ends in addition to keeping really frizzy hair under control.
With a little bit of ingenuity, Argan oil can be used as an exfoliator, in addition to a moisturiser. All you need to do is mix it in with a little bit of brown sugar – about a tablespoon to two drops of oil should do – and rub it into your skin in a circular motion. This will remove all of the dead cells and other sediment on the skin, while also rehydrating it.
In addition to being a great condition, Argan oil can be used to add that extra bit of shine to your hair after the wash. Just apply a couple of drops to your hair after blow drying and you will see the effects for yourself. You need only use a couple of drops, which you should comb through your hair with your fingers.
According to a 2007 study published in the Journal of Cosmetic Dermatology, Argan Oil also has a beneficial effect for those who suffer from acne, when combined with sesame seeds and saw palmetto.
Brittle nails can lead to pain or affect the way you feel about your hands and feet. The strengthening properties of Argan oil ensure this brittleness is eradicated, keeping your nails strong and healthy in the process. Better yet, using the oil on for your nails also improves the condition of the skin surrounding the nails.