Keratosis pilaris (shaving bumps) with Argan Oil
We love argan oil, because it can be used on every part of a woman’s body. Just one bottle of argan oil can serve as your moisturizer, hair serum, hand cream and more. Native to Morocco, argan oil is extracted from an argan nut of the argan tree. It has qualities that make skin soft, moisturized, and well-hydrated with a beautifully faint glow.
Keratosis pilaris or shaving bumps
Keratosis pilaris or shaving rashes are solidified keratins which build up in hair follicles. It is a benign skin disorder caused by a lack of sebum and essential fatty acids, leading to congested hair follicles. Shaving bumps can occur on armpits, legs or the neck area - usually after a few sessions of plucking or shaving. Argan oil is rich in vitamin E, so it heals the skin of these bumps, while preventing any future occurrences.
Uneven Skin Tone
Argan oil hastens the turnover process by which old damaged skin cells are replaced by fresh new cells. The bio-active compounds ward off free radicals - which is what you need to see improvement in wrinkles, fine lines and uneven skin tone.
Stretch Marks and Scarring
Argan oil contains high amounts of linoleic acid which speeds up the production of collagen and elastin. This plays a vital role in the preservation of cell integrity which promotes greater elasticity of the skin.
Brittle Nails and Dry Cuticles
Argan conditions nails to prevent cracking or chipping. Simply apply a few drops of argan oil on your hands, nails, and feet. It also softens rough cuticles for easy manicuring.
Since argan oil is abundant in essential fatty acids, it makes it an impressive emollient for lips. You can mix it with a bit of honey for flavor.
Applying argan oil around the eye area for bedtime is a great way to get an extra burst of moisture. The argan oil will easily absorb into skin, and leave no greasy residue. It has a high concentration of Vitamin E, and that is excellent for skin around the eyes repair.