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N’aam Argan oil is most expensive oils in the world

N’aam Argan oil is known to be one of the rarest, hence most expensive oils in the world. Pure, original argan oil is hard to obtain and production is time-consuming, thereby its price is high. Not all Argan Oil on the market is real and pure as many so called producer may diluted it, just to make it cheaper.

But it’s worth to spend more money to buy 100% pure oil, instead of paying less for something you could be found in your kitchen.

Even buying Argan Oil in Morocco, doesn’t give you guarantee that oil is not diluted, unless you know where to buy.

As it is so difficult and time-consuming to produce, a lot of Argan Oil is completely fake, diluted or over-processed.

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Why N’aam Argan Oil?

This product is unlike any other on the market today. It is real, authentic, handpressed argan oil. (Yes, its HAND-PRESSED)

This Argan oil can become your go-to beauty elixir from head-to-toe. It’s chockfull of essential fatty acids, anti-oxidants,vitamins and minerals that promote your health by moisturizing, softening as well as protecting your face and hair from sun damage – without harmful toxins and Parabens.

The Real Argan Oil and Acne (it’s useless if you apply Machine-pressed Argan Oil)

Acne is caused when too many skin cells are being shed, leading to build-up and clogged pores. The high amount of linoleic acid in Argan oil prevents excess skin cells from building up.

The oleic acid in Argan oil promotes balanced sebum production. When you produce too much oil, skin cells get trapped, bacteria breeds and pimples result.

Poly-phonols contained in Argan oil increase exfoliation of cells. This encourages new skin to be formed.

A high Vitamin E content in Argan oil helps remove damaged cells and encourages new ones to grow, thus fading acne scars.

How much it clogs pores

Whether an oil will clog your pores is a very important consideration to make when choosing which oil to use. People with acne-prone skin need to be aware of this
Argan oil is rated as a 0, meaning it does not clog pores.

Rosehip Oil – 1

Jojoba oil is rated as a 2, meaning it will mildly clogs pores.

So why the switch? Why Argan oil over jojoba oil, rose hip as a new facial treatment?

I don’t have to worry about this with Argan oil. It’s so lightweight and gets absorbed very quickly.

After using Argan oil exclusively on my face for about 1,5 month, I’ve noticed better results than I ever have.