Discover the Benefits & Uses of Argan Oil

Argan oil

Argan oil is an amazing beauty and health product for the whole body.

Discover on our website the benefits and uses of this moroccan oil and why it's also called "Liquid Gold" or "Moroccan Gold".

What makes Argan oil the ultimate care product for the whole body is that it's rich in vitamins, antioxidants and essential fatty acids.

Moroccan Argan oil is extremely rich in healthy nutrients and antioxidants and that's why it's a great care product with many amazing benefits for your skin, hair and nails.

Argan oil is popular in the cosmetic and in the culinary world, but what is the difference between these two types of moroccan oil? Let me explain it to you.

On this page you can find frequently asked questions about Moroccan Argan Oil and the answers to these questions.

Men can also take Argan Oil into their personal care program and they should. This oil does miracles for skin, hair and nails.

Tree of Life

The is also called "Tree of Life" by the berber tribe in Morocco.

It's called this way because it provides nuts from which is extracted by the berber women and there is a high demand for this oil, so the local berber tribe have better income.

And the leaves and fruits of argan trees provide food for the goats, camels and sheep of the Moroccan berber tribe.

Cosmetic Argan Oil

Argan oil is used as a care product by the berber women for centuries.

But nowadays, are well known all over the world.

This oil contains a lot of vitamins, antioxidants and essential fatty acids and that's why it's a healthy care product for your skin, hair and nails.

Culinary Argan Oil

Culinary Argan oil has a delicious deep nutty flavor and sent.


It's starting to build a great following in the culinary world.

Top chefs such as Jamie Oliver, Rachael Ray, and Nigella Lawson use this oil sometimes in some of their dishes.

Difference Between Cosmetic & Culinary Argan Oil

Culinary and cosmetic Argan oil are extracted from the same Argan nuts.

The only difference is the way the nuts are being processed.

To make culinary Argan oil, the nuts are being roasted first on an open fire and then grinded using a stone mill.

To make cosmetic Argan oil, the nuts are pressed (usually by machine) without being roasted, also called "cold pressed".