Argan Oil 50 ml
Extremely rich in linoleic acids and essential fatty acids. Our argan oil will take care of you.
Composed mainly of fatty acids such as linoleic acid, oleic acid or palmitic acid as well as polyphenols and Vitamin E (tocopherols).
IMMIA OIL argan oil is prepared entirely by hand. The fruits are selected directly from the tree to avoid being soiled by animals. These nuts are double crushed by hand, then the oil is extracted by first cold pressure in order to preserve the quality of the oil.
Our oil is not treated in any way. It is not deodorised to avoid any deterioration in quality due to heating. Its purity gives it a subtle hazelnut note and a great lightness, which guarantees a very good absorption by the skin.
Used by Berber women in Morocco since the dawn of time.
In the East, Argan oil is at the heart of all women's beauty secrets.
EcoCert certified, valuing our commitment to good environmental and social practices.
IMMIA OIL is suitable for all skin and hair types. This sublimating treatment has multiple benefits.
Exceptionally rich in Tocopherols and Omega 6, it will protect your skin and hair.
FACE AND BODY
- Nourishes and softens the epidermis
- Protects against external aggressions
- Improves the elasticity and firmness of tissues
- Prevents stretch marks and skin aging
- Removes make-up
- Nourishes and brightens dry and dull hair
- Pre-shampoo: protects against dryness from water and shampoo
Apply 1 to 2 pumps in the morning and/or evening to the face, neck, bust and hair.
FACE: Warm the texture between your hands and then apply the oil to the face, drawing small circles. Then smooth from the inside of the face outwards from the chin to the ears, from the cheekbones outwards and from the centre of the forehead outwards. This gesture helps to drain and smooth the tissues.
ARMS: For the arms, apply the oil from the wrist to the shoulder. When applied daily, the oil reduces spots and irregular pigmentation.
LEGS: For the legs: apply the oil, simultaneously with both hands, going up from the ankle to the hip by performing successive pressure points to promote drainage.
Store in a dark, temperate place.
Argania spinosa kernel oil
The allegations, indications as well as the modes of use come from books, sites and/or bibliographic research. All the information provided is purely indicative and in no way constitutes medical information, nor does it engage our responsibility. For any therapeutic use, consult a doctor.
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