6 Homemade Milk Bath Recipes You Can Use to Pamper Your Body

6 Homemade Milk Bath Recipes You Can Use to Pamper Your Body   -   Bathing in milk is a fantastic way to get soft, supple skin all over your body. Here are 6 homemade milk bath recipes you can use to give yourself a queen treatment at the comfort and privacy of your home.
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Bathing in milk is a fantastic way to get soft, supple skin all over your body. Milk removes dead skin cells and softens skin. It also nourishes and smoothens, so it is especially good for dry skin or skin that seems to have lost its vitality. When you bath yourself with milk, you should choose those with higher fat content because this will be more nourishing for your skin.

 

Here are 6 homemade milk bath recipes you can use to give yourself a queen treatment at the comfort and privacy of your home.

 

Homemade Milk Bath Recipe #1

 

Needed ingredients are 2 cups of full-fat milk (or ½ cup of powdered milk) and 2 tablespoons of raw organic honey. If you want to, you can substitute milk with butter milk. Both are equally okay. The lactic acid in milk, which is a kind of Alpha-Hydroxyl acid (AHA) helps to dissolve the bond that holds the dead skin cells together, which makes it a good exfoliating agent. As for butter milk, besides having AHA, it has more fat than regular milk which sure leave your skin silky smooth. If you use butter milk, 2 cups will be just enough.

 

You mix the honey and milk together to form a bathing lotion and then you simply pour it into a running bath. Honey has an abundance of health properties. First of all, it is composed of sugars like glucose and fructose so it is also a gentle alpha hydroxyl acid. It’s made up of both minerals and vitamins to help nourish and heal the skin.

 

If you like to experiment even more, you can add in more ingredients. In this case, you will need 2 cups of milk, 1 cup of raw honey, ¼ cup of baking soda, 1 cup of either sea salt or Epsom salt, 1-2 teaspoons of jojoba oil and 5 drops of lavender essential oil. You combine honey, milk, salt and baking soda in a bowl. Add to running water. Finally add in the jojoba oil and lavender essential oil.

 

Epsom salts are a natural healing agent, detoxifer, skin emollient and exfoliate. The magnesium in Epsom salt relaxes and soothes aching muscles, reduces swelling and helps heal bruises. Baking soda neutralizes damaging acids on the skin and smoothes it. Jojoba oil closely resembles human sebum (oil that is produced by human body), our skin accepts it very well without the threat of any allergic reactions. Jojoba oil can reduce wrinkles, stretch marks and scars.

 

Homemade Milk Bath Recipe #2

 

Needed ingredients are 2 cups of dry whole powdered milk, ½ cup Epsom salts, ½ cup baking soda, 6 drops of sandalwood essential oil, 5 drops of vanilla absolute oil, 4 drops of gardenia absolute oil and 4 drops of orange oil.

 

You mix all the ingredients together in a large bowl. When you want to use it, you can pour a cup of this mixture into the bath tub as you fill it with water and stir well.

 

Homemade Milk Bath Recipe #3

 

You will need 2 cups of coconut milk, 3 drops each of tangerine and ylang ylang essential oils (or 6 drops of lavender essential oil) and some freshly rose petals.

 

You add the oils into the milk in a bowl, and then you add this mixture to the bath water. Finally you spread the rose petals into the bath water, hop in and indulge your senses.

 

Homemade Milk Bath Recipe #4

 

The ingredients you need here are 1 cup powdered milk, 1/8 cup cocoa powder, 1 tablespoon corn starch and ½ teaspoon cinnamon. You mix all the ingredients in a bowl. When you already to use, you pour the mixture into a bath tub of warm water. Stir to dissolve.

 

Homemade Milk Bath Recipe #5

 

The ingredients for this recipe are 11/2 cup of raw honey (or manuka honey), ½ cup of powdered milk, ½ cup of extra virgin olive oil and 1 teaspoon of lavender essential oil. Mix the milk and honey together in a bowl before you add in the oils. When you want to use, you can empty the contents from the bowl into the bathtub of warm water.

 

Homemade Milk Bath Recipe #6

 

You will need 2 cups of milk powder, ¼ cup of rice flour (or 1 cup of oat flour), ½ cup of honey, ½ cup aloe vera gel, ¼ cup baking soda and 2 teaspoons of lavender essential oil. You first mix the non-oil ingredients together in a bowl before you add in the oil. When you are already to use, you pour the mixture into a bath tub of warm water and stir.

 

Bathing in aloe vera is useful when you suffer from sun burns. Aloe vera softens and soothes your skin, removes any fungal bacterial infections and heals any minor wounds. Though aloe vera is a miracle herb, it is always better to get tested for any aloe allergy before using this bath recipe.

 

You may like to click HERE to watch this video – How to Prepare Milk and Honey Bath

 

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How to Make a Chocolate Body Scrub

 

How to Make a Chocolate Body Scrub - The chocolate body scrub has many advantages. Chocolate happens to be a powerful antioxidant. It helps free the skin of radicals that cause wrinkles on the surface. When combines with strawberry, it makes a more portent body scrub. Here is how to make your own strawberry chocolate body scrub.
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I find it hard to believe that anyone would “waste” good chocolate by not actually eating it, but there are a few beauty tips that say it can do some very cool things. Yes, chocolate also works wonders in the skincare world. Its source is the cocoa bean which is processed into cocoa butter and cocoa powder.

 

Cocoa powder is rich in antioxidants and has more of these natural compounds than green tea, red wine, and blueberries. Cocoa powder is high in antioxidant flavenols, which are found in red grapes and tea. Free radicals or damaging molecules naturally occur within our bodies and are thought to be responsible for diseases and the deterioration of healthy, youthful skin. Antioxidants neutralize these free radicals.

 

To protect our skin, we need these natural, protective antioxidants to fight the damaging effects of free radical attacks that are responsible for wrinkles and sagging and other signs of aging. The more antioxidants we provide our bodies, the more ammunition our skin will have to protect against the constant free radical chain reactions occurring within.

 

Cocoa powder can help to boost your skin’s moisture content and stimulate cell renewal. Cocoa powder also contains caffeine, an ingredient that speeds up circulation to temporarily firm your skin when it’s applied topically,

 

With the discovery of the benefits of cocoa powder for the skin, several cosmetic and skin-care companies have developed products that contain cocoa. These include body and facial scrubs that can be used to exfoliate and invigorate the skin. You don’t have to spend a lot of money on these products, however. A simple and effective cocoa scrub takes only a few minutes to prepare.

 

If you’ve had a tough day and need some invigorating, or if you simply want healthy skin, making this completely natural body scrub–infused with chocolate– is sure to be a success.

 

Besides using cocoa powder as the base ingredient in the chocolate body scrub, the other essential items will be brown sugar, honey and soybean oil. Brown sugar contains glycolic acid that fights bacteria.

 

Glycolic acid is an alpha-hydroxyl acid, which is important in keeping your skin vivacious and healthy. As compared to salt, brown sugar has smaller particles; it is gentler, safer and more suitable for sensitive skin.

 

Honey is chosen for its moisturizing effects on those areas of the skin that tend to become dry and itchy. As a natural antioxidant, honey offers protective benefits when used topically on the skin. I prefer manuka honey.

 

As for the oil component in the chocolate body scrub, you can choose extra virgin oil if you want. In this case, I opt for soybean oil because it is full of fatty acids. Fatty acids are absolutely essential in maintaining and restoring the health and the balance of the skin.

 

In addition, soybean oil is absolutely bursting with specific anti-oxidants that have been proving in maintaining skin health and helping keep that special glow. Soybean oil can also help to fix uneven skin and will control and restore more even skin tone.

 

Following are some chocolate body scrub recipes that you can use to extract the most benefits from cocoa powder for your skin care. Use this scrub on wet skin.

 

French Green Clay Chocolate Body Scrub

 

Ingredients needed are 1 cup of brown sugar, ¼ cup cocoa powder, 1 cup of French green clay, 1 tablespoon of honey and soybean oil. Mix sugar, cocoa powder, French green clay and honey. Now add enough of soybean oil to make a thick paste for the body scrub.

 

Corn Flour Chocolate Body Scrub

 

Ingredients needed 1 cup of brown sugar, ¼ cup cocoa powder, 1 cup of corn flour, 1 tablespoon of honey and soybean oil. Mix sugar, cocoa powder, corn flour and honey. Now add enough of soybean oil to make a thick paste for the body scrub.

 

Oat Flour Chocolate Body Scrub

 

Ingredients needed 1 cup of brown sugar, ¼ cup cocoa powder, 1 cup of oat flour, 1 tablespoon of honey and soybean oil. Mix sugar, cocoa powder, oat flour and honey. Now add enough of soybean oil to make a thick paste for the body scrub.

 

Banana Chocolate Body Scrub

 

Ingredients needed 1 cup of brown sugar, ¼ cup cocoa powder, 1 mashed banana, 1 tablespoon of honey and soybean oil. Mix sugar, cocoa powder, mashed banana and honey. Now add enough of soybean oil to make a thick paste for the body scrub.

 

Strawberry Chocolate Body Scrub

 

Ingredients needed 1 cup of brown sugar, ¼ cup cocoa powder, 5-6 strawberries mashed, 1 tablespoon of honey and soybean oil. Mix sugar, cocoa powder, mashed strawberries and honey. Now add enough of soybean oil to make a thick paste for the body scrub.

 

The above are just some of the basic recipes for a chocolate body scrub which suits all skin types. You can get more creative by swapping any item that you like with chocolate to form a body scrub as long as this item is skin-friendly, meaning it should preferably be rich in antioxidants

 

You can also click HERE to watch a video of DIY chocolate body scrub

 

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Pamper Yourself with a Queen Treatment by Learning How to Make a Milk Body Scrub

 

Pamper Yourself with a Queen Treatment by Learning How to Make a Milk Body Scrub -  The milk body scrub has many advantages. Milk can remove these dead cells, and improve your complexion and skin tone. In general, skin exfoliation causes a little bit dryness. But when you use milk for this purpose, it does not make your skin dry, as it contains fats.
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Homemade skin care can be as easy as mixing up a small amount of oatmeal and milk and making a body scrub that costs you pennies on the dollar compared to comparable products at the grocery store. Plus, they are fun to make, you know exactly what went in them and if you have any form of allergic reaction, you don’t have to make any more than what you need at a time. Sometimes store bought items lose their potency before you can use it at all. By making your own products, you can have as little or as much as you need.

 

Today, I am going to discuss with you how you can make your own milk body scrub. You may ask,”Why milk?” The health benefits of milk are well-known but do you also know that you can also use milk externally for your routine natural skin care treatment. In fact, the Egyptian Queen Cleopatra used milk to bath her body with the purpose of keeping her skin glowing.

 

The protein content in milk is also useful as a supply of nutrients to function well as moisturizes the skin surface coating to make it smoother and suppler. The lactic acid found in milk is a natural alpha hydroxyl acid, which can exfoliate the skin. In other words, this mild acid can gently exfoliate the dead skin cells. This acid dissolves the proteins that bind the dead skin cells together.

 

Not only that, the fats presents in milk hydrate and moisturize the skin to make it soft and supple. The dead skin cells, if not removed can eventually clog the skin pores, which can cause the development of blackheads and pimples, besides making the skin dull. Milk can remove these dead cells, and improve your complexion and skin tone. In general, skin exfoliation causes a little bit dryness. But when you use milk for this purpose, it does not make your skin dry, as it contains fats.

 

The basic ingredients for the milk body scrub are milk powder, an exfoliating agent, a carrier oil, fruit juice, honey and the last to add it is essential oil. The carrier oil is for use to hold the ingredients together.

 

One of the best carrier oils to use is virgin coconut oil and virgin olive oil as these are easily available and have a pleasant or tolerable smell. Make sure to use the ‘virgin’ grades as these are the best, but the normal ones will do as well.

 

You can also add the more expensive oils in smaller amounts, oils like sweet almond oil, wheat germ oil, walnut oil, hazelnut oil, rose hip oil, evening primrose oil, vitamin E oil, etc. Among these, I prefer almond oil because it blends easily with other ingredients and is suitable for all skin conditions.

 

As for the exfoliating agent, there are the gentle ones which are more suitable for sensitive skin. Examples are oats, clays, rice flour or any type of grain flour and mashed fruits. Consider tomatoes, bananas, apples, orange pulp, grapes (get the ones with seeds), strawberries or virtually any fruit which you can mash or grind to a pulp.

 

For the mid-range exfoliating agents, they will include crushed nuts like almonds, walnuts, etc, and very finely ground rice grains (just blend them in your dry blender), finely ground sugar, baking soda, ground barley, finely ground coffee beans (said to be good to reduce cellulite, instant coffee does not count!) or basically any food item that you can grind down.

 

Of course, there are the rougher exfoliating agents which include coarsely ground sugar, and coarsely ground anything stated above and salt (do not use salt if you have open cuts and wounds as it will cause burning sensation).

 

For honey, you should use the organic ones and my preference is manuka honey. Honey is included in the milk body scrub because it is a natural humectant that attracts and retains moisture, which is especially suitable for aging or dry skin.

 

As for fruit juice, you can extract it from any fruit you like, but it should be only fresh and unprocessed. The last to add into the milk body scrub is the essential oil. I prefer using lavender oil as the essential oil for the milk body scrub because it is very gentle and good for all skin types, including very sensitive skin. It is also perfect for mature skin, acne, eczema, and psoriasis and is effective in soothing itchy skin.

 

Here are some things you should know when you use milk to make body scrubs:

 

Make sure your skin is not experiencing any serious skin disorders. Check that there are no wet or open wounds.

 

Combine the milk powder scrubs fresh every time you want to use it to minimize the risk of scrubs containing contaminated milk powder.

 

Milk scrubs can generally be used for all skin types, especially for dry and dull skin that tends to be scaly. It is recommended to use powdered milk or canned milk formulated with full cream to obtain the maximum moisturizing benefits.
Below are some popular homemade skincare recipes using milk as a base to make your own body scrub which you can enjoy.

 

Cherry Milk Body Scrub

 

Ingredients needed are 8-9 mashed fresh cherries, ¼ cup milk powder, ½ cup virgin coconut oil, ¾ cup lemon juice, 1 tablespoon manuka honey, and 5 drops of lavender oil

 

Strawberry Milk Body Scrub

 

Ingredients needed are 5-6 mashed fresh strawberries, ¼ cup milk powder, ½ cup virgin coconut oil, ¾ cup orange or lemon juice, 1 tablespoon manuka honey and 5 drops of lavender oil

 

Banana Milk Body Scrub

 

Ingredients needed are 1 mashed fresh banana, ¼ cup milk powder, ½ cup virgin coconut oil, ¾ cup orange or lemon juice, 1 tablespoon manuka honey and 5 drops of lavender oil

 

Carrot Milk Scrub

 

Ingredients needed 2 carrots, ¼ cup milk powder, ½ cup virgin coconut oil, ¾ cup orange or lemon juice, 1 tablespoon manuka honey and 5 drops of lavender oil

 

Walnut/Almond Milk Body Scrub

 

Ingredients needed are 1 cup of walnuts/almonds crushed, ¼ cup milk powder, ½ cup virgin coconut oil, ¾ cup orange or lemon juice, 1 tablespoon manuka honey and 5 drops of lavender oil

 

Coffee/Chocolate Milk Body Scrub

 

1 cup of coffee/cocoa powder, ¼ cup milk powder, ½ cup virgin coconut oil, ¾ cup orange or lemon juice, 1 tablespoon manuka honey and 5 drops of lavender oil

 

Salt/Sugar Milk Body Scrub

 

Ingredients needed are either 1 cup of granulated brown or white sugar or Epsom salt/Dead Sea salt, ¼ cup milk powder, ½ cup virgin coconut oil, ¾ cup orange or lemon juice, 1 tablespoon manuka honey and 5 drops of lavender oil

After you have prepared your milk body scrub using any of the above recipes, you will stand in the shower and turn the water on briefly to dampen the skin. Turn the shower off and then gently massage the scrub on your body using an upward circular motion.

 

Once you’re finished applying the milk body scrub to the skin, turn the shower on and rinse it off. The ingredients in this milk body scrub recipe provide the exfoliating properties needed to remove dead skin from the body.

 

You may like to click HERE to watch this video of another milk body scrub recipe

 

Scrub plus milk can generally be used for all skin types. Moreover, for the dry skin, dull, and tended to scaly. To them, it is advisable to use milk powder or full cream milk cans formula, in order to obtain maximum moisturizing benefits.

 

These are some of the great ways to practice skin care using ingredients you already have on hand. More importantly, a lot of skin care recipes are available for you to try and prepare your own natural skin care products.

 

Compared to the commercial products, natural skin care products you make yourself tend to be better and safer for your skin. You’ll be able to naturally nourish your skin rather than harming it with all the chemical substances found in commercial skin care products. Your skin will look so much better when you use these recipes!

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Argan Oil benefits for Skin and Hair

 

Argan Oil benefits for Skin and Hair -  If you like to use plants and herbs for healing purposes, you won't find many plants that will give you the numerous benefits that you get from the oil that is extracted from the seeds of the argan tree. Let’s take a look at some of the benefits of argan oil, particularly for your skin and hair.
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Have you heard about Argan Oil? No? Argan oil has a distinctive golden hue and doesn’t smell good but you can look for deodorized Argan oil if you can’t bear the smell. It is a bit thicker than many carrier oils but it gets absorbed very quickly. Argan oil is extracted from the seeds produced by the Argan tree which is located only at the partial desert areas in south western Morocco.

 

The Argan tree survives for about 150-200 years and does not produce fruit until it is 30 to 50 years old. As the tree is found in limited number of regions, the oil is also considered a rarity. The oil from its seeds takes a considerable time to extract (would easily take days just to create a liter of the argan oil) and is used both for culinary and cosmetic purposes.

 

The extraction of oil from the seeds is done mostly by Berber females in Morocco who will do their utmost to maintain Argan oil in its most natural and purest form. Moroccan argan oil is a truly miracle oil that has been used by Berber women in Morocco as a beauty supplement.

 

It can be used as cooking oil, a substitute for butter, and a salad dressing. The addition of argan oil helps produce tantalizingly flavorful scents and savory food dishes. This makes it quite versatile.

 

Daily use of this oil can provide you a healthy-heart and also healthy lifestyle as it provides essential nutrients to the body. It is also very useful in helping to reduce and prevent the malignant cells in the body of people who are suffering from cancer. Therefore it is good for your body inside and out.

 

Argan oil is made up of 80% of essential fatty acids, which work wonders for your skin and overall health. It is also rich in Vitamin E, containing three times more vitamin E than olive oil. It is precisely because of this vitamin E and natural antioxidants content that Argan oil lasts a lot longer than any other oil.

 

The healing properties of argan oil make it effective in treating skin condition such as eczema. If you are after healthier, younger looking skin then you definitely want to look into using this nutrient enriched oil on a daily basis.

 

Argan oil is popularly known as liquid gold, as it offers plenty of health benefits. It is well known for its anti-aging components and scar removing ability. Due to its ability to remove and heal scars, it is also used by women during and after pregnancy to treat stretch marks.

 

Because of its extremely high content of amino acids, antioxidants and vitamin E, Argan oil can help treat brittle nails, prevent and help fight acne and breakouts, repair dry and damaged skin by improving moisture absorption and retention. The oil also helps to moisturize the skin to ensure the skin stays healthy.

 

If you experience weak and brittle hair, it would be wise choice to incorporate Argan oil into your hair care, as it would restore its natural shine and elasticity. Another benefit is that the Argan Oil works as a deep conditioner. This not only makes your hair shinier, but it also increases its volume making it more bouncy and healthy.

 

Argan Oil also acts as a protective layer to the strands of your hair. This is important especially if you cannot avoid heat styling. It will protect your hair from breakage and further damage. Regular use of this type of hair treatment has been proven to result in healthier hair due to its restorative properties.

 

Due to the fact that it is completely natural and organic and can work miraculously to smoothen skin wrinkles, to slow down and to reverse the effect of aging; it has gained popularity with many companies making products using Argan oil, such as makeup, facial cream, body lotion, body wash, shampoo, conditioner and other hair care products. Pure and organic Moroccan argan oil is the key to effectiveness of these products.

 

Don’t buy cooking grade Argan oil for skin care, because the cooking grade type of Argan oil is roasted and refined which reduces its effectiveness as a skin care product.

 

You should insist on buying only cold pressed pure argan oil, undiluted, without additives or preservatives. This is because pure argan oil (which is also called organic argan oil or Moroccan argan oil) is most likely to be produced ethically by Berber woman in fair trade cooperatives.

 

Click HERE also to watch a video about the benefits of Argan oil for skin and hair.

 

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Why Skinception Cold Pressed Cosmetic Argan Oil is good for skin and hair

 

 

 

If you want to use argan oil for your skin care, you should choose one like Skinception Cold Pressed Cosmetic Argan Oil, because the product is completely pure, without any additives or those toxic parabens which can increase the risk of breast cancer.
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Skin care may not come cheap. If you want to look young you need a wrinkle cream and a stretch mark product. You might also need an eye cream, and you certainly want to get a moisturizer, or even to use cosmetic argan oil.

 

If you are among the millions of consumers worldwide who want to look young, most likely some of these products should play an important role in your daily skin care ritual. Good skin care products can help you stay young and look beautiful while you use them.

 

One of the popular personal care products sweeping the cosmetic world nowadays is the argan oil that is harvested from the seeds of argan tree, native to Morocco. The Berber women of Morrocco have used argan oil in skin care and in hair care for over 3,500 years for its moisturizing, nourishing and protective properties.

 

The product is argan oil, of which Skinception Cold Pressed Cosmetic Argan Oil might be of interest to you.

 

Argan Oil

 

From the ancient argan tree (Argania spinosa) and grown in a small, UNESCO protected biosphere in south-western Morocco, argan oil has been used for millennia, originally by the ancient Phoenicians, for its nutritional, medicinal and cosmetic properties.

 

Argan oil is rich in Tocopherols (Vitamin E), Phenols, Caotenes, Squalenem, Fatty acids, Caffeic acid, Oleuropein, Vanillic acid. It is a popular and affordable natural skin care product. It has wide usages for your daily routine, just like the multi-task Swiss Army knife.

 

Of the things argan oil can do, consider that it can:

 

(1)        moisturize the skin

(2)        stop premature aging

(3)        fight wrinkles

(4)        reduce stretch marks

(5)        treat sun damage

(6)        condition your hair

 

Argan oil can be used as cooking oil, just like olive oil. But argan cooking oil is different from argan cosmetic oil in the sense that argan cooking oil needs to go through a roasting process which may result in some loss of its essential fatty acids and vitamin. Cosmetic argan oil is actually unroasted argan oil, which preserves the integrity of its essential fatty acids and vitamins.

 

As a Moisturizer

 

Argan oil is an excellent moisturizer, for your face and your body. It does not contain any dangerous chemicals or parabens which are commonly found in many skin care products.

 

For Your Face – The fatty acids in Argan oil improve the moisture content and thus protect delicate skin. Argan oil can replace your night cream giving you a glowing and smooth skin in morning when washed. After cleaning your face at night, massage a few drops of argan oil directly onto your face in a circular motion with your middle or ring finger (they’re weaker than your index finger and less likely to tear).

 

After a few days, you should see a noticeable difference in your facial skin. When that happens, double up on your argan efforts. You can use it in the morning, as a base for your make up or as a general facial moisturizer, and again in the evening after you have washed up. Apply it with the same method, with the same fingers.

 

The Vitamin E in argan oil helps in preventing from cellular aging and brings nourishment to the cell, while its antioxidant compounds protect the skin from UV radiations and inhibit the oxidation of bad cholesterol. Argan oil therefore helps in reducing wrinkles and acne scars.

 

Argan can even treat chapped lips.

 

For Your Body – To treat stretch marks, you can apply argan to the affected areas of your body after you have finished bathing. You can use argan oil for a full body moisturizer by mixing argan oil with your regular body lotion, or just using argan by itself. Apply the oil right after you get out of your shower for best moisturizing results. Argan oil hydrates the skin and makes it plump and gives it elasticity, thus making it one of the best anti-aging products.

 

Remember also that sun damage is a leading cause of wrinkles. Argan helps with that as well. Simply add argan oil to your body after you have gone under the sun. Just don’t add it before you go out in the sun. For that you need a Broad Spectrum sunscreen.

 

As a Beauty Product

 

Argan Oil is nourishing to the body, always gentle, and leaves no oily residue.

 

If you want to use argan oil for your skin care, you should choose one like Skinception Cold Pressed Cosmetic Argan Oil. You can be rest assured that the product is completely pure, without any additives or those toxic parabens which can increase the risk of breast cancer.

 

For Your Nails – Argan can strengthen your nails, making them less brittle and less likely to break off. To do this, mix equal parts argan and lemon juice, and then you soak your nails in the solution for at least 15 minutes. This is great for your cuticles and should give your nails a healthy glow.

 

For Your Hair – Argan oil adds moisture and a little shine to your hair. It is also good for natural hair growth, which means guys with hair loss should consider using argan oil to promote hair growth. For damaged hair, you apply a generous amount of argan oil to your hair, starting at the ends, then wrap your hair in a warm towel after it is completed coated in oil. Leave the towel in place for at least 30 minutes or overnight. Then wash and style as usual.

 

For dandruff and dry scalp, massage your scalp with argan oil. Do this once or twice a week. As for frizzy hair, you can rub one or two drops of argan oil between your palms and scrunch into the ends.

 

Try Skinception Cold Pressed Cosmetic Argan Oil

 

If you are looking for safe natural skin and hair care solution that will not give you any side effects, you should seriously consider argan oil, and remember this: buy it pure, and preferably not from the big labels.

 

What are the reasons for doing that? Well, the big guys sometimes dilute pure argan with additives that diminish its beauty properties. Even though production of argan oil is done in a very specific region in Morocco, by the women of that area, some of these major labels manufacture argan in large factories in Casablanca, which brings very little or no benefit to the women who made it.

 

Therefore you should buy argan oil from a smaller skin care label. They are more likely to manufacture argan using the traditional method, which is by hand and undertaken by Moroccan women (who have perfected the technique over thousands of years) in a fair trade co-operative, where they are paid competitive wages which give the women and their families better health care and educational opportunities.

 

You should give a try for Skinception Cold Pressed Cosmetic Argan Oil, which is argan in its purest state and manufactured in a fair trade co-op. This comes with the name recognition of a respected label and 24/7 customer support. This should give a good peace for your mind, and this product is backed by a no risk 60 day money back guarantee.

 

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