Our founder Gill Cabler Sampson visits Morocco

Argan Oil is becomming one of Morocco's most famous products. The argania spinosa trees only grow in the southwest area of Morocco. This oil is one of the rarest in the world due to the small supply and the limited growing area. Our founder, Gill Cambler Sampson travelled to Morocco to meet the people in this region & find out more about the way they have processed the oil for generations.

How Argan Oil is made

After harvesting the green olive looking argan nuts they are left to dry until they are brown & shriveled. Once dried the women use two stones to break them apart. There are three layers to an argan seed. The outside layer is made u of tough skin, the middle layer is fleshy & the inside layer is the nut which has one to three kernals inside. The nut is cracked and the kernels are ground down to produce a runny paste, this is all done by hand so as to preserve the healthy nutrients that are lost by machine pressing. Finally the paste is squeezed by hand to extract the argan oil. To make one litre of oil you need 88 pounds of fruit.

Argan Oil Benefits

Moroccan Argan Oil is a multipurpose moisturiser, rich in vitamin E & essential fatty acids cleaning omega 6 and omega 9, essential to helping you achieve beautiful skin, hair, nails and body. The cold-pressed oil is lightweight, it has a soft nutty aroma, fast absorbing and free of chemicals & preservatives. Whether you are looking to revive and soothe dry skin, repair damaged hair, or strengthen delicate nails and cuticles, the application of Organic Moroccan Argan Oil is a perfect addition to your daily regime.

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