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Argan oil for hair review

Argan oil is derived from the argan tree, endemic to Morocco (present mainly in Souss and neighboring regions) and southwestern Algeria (in some small stations3 around Tindouf, where his presence is limited3). It is very used in the traditional cuisine of Souss. Rich in vitamin E, antioxidants, it is also used for its cosmetic properties. In 2010, this oil became fashionable, and demand has exploded prices. Fraud is common, and many products called "argan oil" do not contain or very little. Argan Oil is designed to recreate the natural hydration balance of hair, with a supple and shiny rendering. This oil penetrates the hair and repairs the damaged parts of the cortex. It brings shine to the hair, dulled by...

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THEMATIC files - THE SPIRULINA

THEMATIC DOSSIER - THE SPIRULINAThe benefits of spirulina are well established and you are more and more interested in this micro-alga with an exceptional content of vitamins, minerals and trace elements.Spirulina comes in different forms: flakes (to put in compotes, yogurts or sauce, or to sprinkle on your food) but also powder, confetti or tablets for those who do not like the taste.There is also Spirulina Elixir which is a concentrate of phycocyanin (the blue pigment in Spirulina), a powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory. The main benefit is to feel more energetic. The spirulina elixir has a real interest for athletes, it is especially taken after the effort when the muscles need to recover.A blue-green microalga dating back to 3.5 billion...

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History of argan oil morocco

History of argan oil morocco Argan oil comes from Argan nuts, which themselves grow on the argan tree. This tree is found exclusively in Morocco, in the High Atlas in the south of the country. Walnuts are harvested between June and August, traditionally by Moroccan women. They then dry the fruit in the sun, then remove the pulp, crush the nuts to extract the amandon. Mixed and pressed, the amandon will finally deliver the precious Argan oil. In addition to being a tedious and painstaking work, this oil is a very rare elixir since it takes about 40 kg of Argan fruit to make 1 liter of oil (hence the price often high). The ever increasing demand for argan oil...

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Acne: how do I know if I have acne?

Acne is a skin disease that affects nearly 9 in 10 teenagers and two in five women. It causes pimples on the face, neck, chest and sometimes back. Of hormonal origin, acne is treated well.In the news: Californian researchers are currently working on the development of an acne vaccine. The first laboratory tests are promising but the first clinical trial has not yet been launched. Read our article Soon a vaccine against acneWhat are the symptoms of acne? Acne has some very characteristic symptoms: Black dotsPustules (white pimples that contain pus)Papules (red and painful pimples)Nodules (bigger, hard, deep and painful pimples)Cysts (painful and deep lesions containing pus)Acne: How to avoid the appearance of pimples?   Help I have acne pimples!...

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What is argan oil?

Argan oil or argane is extracted from an ancestral tree present mainly in the south-west of Morocco, between the cities of Agadir, Taroudant and Essaouira.This liquid named "the gold of Morocco" has become famous for its cosmetic qualities. But argan oil is also widely used in traditional gastronomy, because its benefits are also absorbed by the body. High in vitamin E and antioxidants, its main use remains cosmetic, because of its properties favoring a perfectly healthy skin.In recent years, there has been a resurgence in popularity with argan oil. Its rarity and its cosmetic, gastronomic and medicinal virtues have allowed it to become one of the most precious vegetable oils. Today, it is relatively difficult to find quality argan oil. Imitations and...

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