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Moroccan Gold SeriesAug 28 2018 0 Comments
Your hair can become dehydrated and dry out from repeated exposure to sodium chloride, the chemical name for salt. Just like how salty foods dehydrate us and make us extra thirsty. Salt in hair products does the same. It strips out the natural oils and moisture in your hair making your hair dry out.
Moroccan Gold SeriesJul 26 2018 0 Comments
Argan oil is a blessing in disguise for the beauty industry and has been on the rise for years. It has been referred to as “liquid gold” by the New York Times and has high levels of fatty acids and vitamin E which are very beneficial to the hair and skin.
Moroccan Gold SeriesApr 26 2018 0 Comments
We all crave luscious, healthy hair, but achieving it can be difficult. Argan oil was introduced as a solution to multiple hair problems, from dandruff to frizz. The special oil was created in Morocco and has been used by Moroccan women for centuries. Recently, the introduction of argan oil products in the United States has become increasingly popular, with big brand companies releasing lines that claim to include argan oil. Unfortunately, as many would come to find out, the oil used in these products was either a copy cat version or the company didn’t use enough of it to make a difference. This resulted in greasy, oily hair that was anything but desirable.
Moroccan Gold SeriesDec 19 2017 0 Comments
Argan oil grows as the fruit of Argan trees. Historians believe that this miracle tree originated in a small village named Argana, in the country of Morocco. The fruit of the tree, once peeled of its outer shell, produces a nut that holds the oil. For centuries, the people of Morocco used the oil for healing and cosmetic advantages.