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Wednesday, January 11, 2017

Seeking Silkier Hair, Smoother Skin, Stronger Nails? Attain It! #ActuallyOrganic 100% Pure Moroccan Argan Oil

I received a bottle of Actually Organic 100% Pure Moroccan Argan Oil to share with you for this review. I received no other compensation.

We have been living in a hot dry desert for over 23 years now. The detrimental effects of the harsh hot sun during summer is dramatic. Our hair gets dry and brittle. Our skin dries up and gets flaky. Premature aging is a factor living in a dry desert. That's why I like to arm me, and my daughter, with something powerful but totally natural to protect our hair and skin from the adverse effects of the sun and dry heat. What have we been using? Argan oil.

I recently discovered the best Argan Oil I could find. It's 100% pure with no additives or perfumes, and come directly from the source, Morocco, and it's from Actually Organic. For a millennia, argan oil has been cherished in Morocco for its healing properties. Today, beauty lovers and scientists have also discovered its restorative benefits for hair, skin, and nails.

The argan oil from Actually Organic has been sourced directly from sustainable growers and col-pressed to keep the oil pure and unchanged.

Argan oil has soared in popularity amongst beauty lovers and the Hollywood crowd, and has since attracted scientists, who have conducted many studies, with impressive results regarding the benefits of using the oil. Actually Organic was so impressed that they scoured all of Morocco - the only place where the Argan tree is naturally found - then lab-tested for purity over 100 different sources of this precious oil, and chose the purest and highest quality to pass on to you. Their Argan oil is sourced directly from Moroccan growers, and has been cold-pressed to give you the purest form of 100% pure organic Argan oil.

You will not be disappointed with this wondrous honey-colored oil; the oil that has been nicknamed “liquid gold.” Because the oil is non-greasy, when applied to the hair it can give a natural shine without looking oily. The lightness of the oil also controls frizz and restricts split ends, leaving even color-treated and damaged hair soft and easy to style, while restoring shine and increasing hair growth. As you can see with my daughter's hair above, argan oil has kept her long hair in excellent condition over the years.

Argan oil nourishes, restores, and strengthens over-processed, damaged hair. While adding a shine, and manageability, it also detangles and strengthens. It can also relieve and prevent dry and itchy scalp; and guard against dandruff, as it hydrates, protects, and nourishes hair roots.

When applied to the skin, this wondrous oil’s benefits are both healing and anti-aging. Argan oil is used to sooth redness of the skin, helps to clear and prevent the telltale scars of acne, can help reduce eczema and psoriasis, heal cracks and burns, and protects and heals skin infections. Argan oil restores elasticity, softens wrinkles and fine lines on your skin. With no perfumes, it does not bother my sinus allergies one bit.

Both my daughter and I are very happy with the Actually Organic 100% Pure Moroccan Argan Oil.  It's easy to apply with the handy pump spray (rather than pouring it into your hand to try to spread it in the hair).


  1. My hair has gone through some major changes over the past year and always seems dry ad fly away. My skin has not fared much better. From what you have said this one product might help to eleviate both of these problems for me.

  2. I am going to have to check this out. My hair was as long as your daughter's, but recently I started losing hair like crazy & it's been thinning like there's no tomorrow. I'm going crazy with this. My hair is so thin you can see through it. I have cut my hair now to shoulder length in hopes it helps for it to get stronger and maybe thicken up. I'm done shedding tears over this I need something. I shall check this out to see if it can help me. Thanks Danielle for the idea. hugs

    1. I still have my thick hair, but I, too, am afraid that it will thin out as I get older. My grandmother's hair is so thin that you can see her head. She does like to go around with a wig a lot now.


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