Listen up – oils aren’t just for cooking, massages, political leverage, or JLo music videos anymore.
In fact, one might venture as far as to say that oils – particularly argan oil – are having a moment.
As a deep conditioner and hair treatment, there’s no doubt that argan oil reigns supreme. It smells cool and exotic, but doesn’t clash with other products when there’s just a hint of it in your hair. How do you ask? Well, argan oil is extremely lightweight, hydrating and has long-lasting effects– making it the perfect strand styler.
And, as if you didn’t need more reasons to love argan oil, we’ve rounded up another five:
Those who happen to be genetically-blessed with a mane like Gisele (lucky you!) can enjoy the effects of argan either post-shower or pre-styling. But if your hair irks on the thinner side, an argan oil-infused hair care regimen like NAK Aromas Smooth Shampoo and NAK Aromas Conditioner can be your best friend (and frizz’s worst enemy).
Suffer from dandruff? Spray an argan oil like NAK Aromas Aroma Oil Spray onto the roots and massage it really well into the scalp. Those pesky flakes will disappear in days. Want a more intensive hair treatment? Spray it through the ends and wrap in a hot towel. Leave for 20 minutes before shampooing as normal. Afterwards, your hair will be soothed, hydrated, nourished and protected. Promise.
We love a product that not only works but that is good for you. Argan oil, which is packed full with Omega-6 fatty acids and linoleic acid, delivers anti-inflammatory, anti-aging, antioxidant, and moisturising properties to both the skin and hair. It also contains Omega-9 unsaturated fatty acids and Vitamin A. Together, these two super properties help stimulate hair and nail growth. Winning.
At the end of a long day, add a few drops of argan oil into a hot bath and soak up the natural goodness. Glass of wine optional.
Argan oil is the ultimate frizz fighter. Warmed between hands and finger combed through the ends, NAK Aromas Smooth Straightening Creme will tame even the most curly and unruly hair.
Tell us, do you use argan oil?
What’s your favourite use for it?