1. Heals Skin Ailments
The triterpenoids naturally found in Argan oil offer amazing health benefits for skin including the ability to stunt the growth of warts, treat some forms of dermatitis, break down tumorous skin cells, and fade scars. Also, the antioxidants and fatty acids found in Argan oil may also help with the treatment of mild acne and with the healing of acne-related scarring.
2. Reduces Premature Aging
Argan oil is comprised of roughly 80% fatty acids which work wonders to erase signs of premature aging. Regular use of Argan oil has been proven to reduce the depth and severity of wrinkles, as well as to fade age spots by restoring skin’s youthful elasticity and by increasing the regenerative rate of healthy skin cells.
3. Protects Against Environmental Damage
Anti-oxidants in Argan oil help to protect skin, hair, and nails from damage caused by UV radiation. Applying Argan oil to UV damaged skin can actually fade sun spots and heal the dry leathery skin that results from over-exposure to UV by promoting the regeneration of healthy cells.
4. Lowers Cholesterol
Culinary-grade Argan oil, when used as a substitute for other less-healthy oils in the diet can help to lower bad cholesterol levels. The unique combination of plant sterols found in Argan Oil – schottenol and spinasterol – actually block the absorption of bad cholesterol from inside the intestinal tract.
When applied to the fingers and toes, Argan oil helps to promote stronger, healthier nails naturally with high levels of Vitamin-E. The anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory qualities of Argan oil may also help to fight off nail and skin infections associated with poor nail health.
6. Aids Digestion
Culinary grade Argan oil added to food increases pepsin concentration in the body’s gastric juices, thus improving digestion. Better digestion means more energy, less hunger, improved weight loss, and an all around healthier body.
7. Fights Chronic Illness
There have been many studies regarding the ability of Argan oil to fight cancer and other diseases. Anti-oxidants in Argan oil help protect skin from free-radicals which can lead to skin cancer. There have also been studies on the healing power of Argan oil against colon and bladder cancers, prostate cancer, as well as cancerous growths throughout the body which may result from infection or inflammation.
8. Prevents Stretch Marks
Flavonoids present in Argan oil have powerful anti-inflammatory properties which can be used to treat both external and internal problems. For relief from sore muscles and joints, massage a few drops of pure Argan oil into your skin over the affected area. Those who struggle with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome, excessive weight gain, poor digestion, or bladder problems may also benefit greatly from the internal anti-inflammatory abilities of culinary-grade Argan oil.
9. Repairs Split Ends
The healing power of Argan oil on skin doesn’t stop with aging and cancer treatments. This miracle oil can also be used to prevent stretch marks from pregnancy, pubescent growth of hips and mammaries, or from rapid weight gain by softening and strengthening skin.
10. Strengthens Nails
When applied to hair, Argan oil prevents drying and environmental damage by coating the hair shaft. The oil seals in moisture and smooths fly-aways, making hair more manageable and less prone to breakage from brushing and styling. Argan oil can also help to seal in colorants such as henna and amla, increasing the length of time between colorings. Rich in Vitamin-E, Argan oil nourishes hair, repairing split ends, and increases hair’s shine and overall healthy appearance.