Argan oil>How to Use> for Face


The beauty secret of Argan oil ZAD is based on its unique composition, rich in natural antioxidants, essential fatty acids, carotenoids, ferulic acid, sterols and polyphenols. It also contains significant levels of vitamin E and squalene. Argan oil does not obstruct the pores and has an amazing range of cosmetic benefits

Benefits of argan oil for different skin types

Dry skin 

Argan oil benefits include helping those with oily skin by stimulating the skin’s ability to retain moisture. Apart from hydrating your skin, it can also reduce itching and flakiness. Dry skin doesn’t produce enough sebum and therefore cannot keep the skin moist. Argan oil works to balance the sebum production of the skin.

Sensitive skin

Since argan oil is 100% natural, it poses a lesser risk for sensitive skin, although you should always test out new products on a small patch of skin first, to make sure you are not allergic. It can help address skin problems, such as eczema, psoriasis, dermatitis, and rosacea that are commonly associated with this skin type. This healing property of the oil is due to anti-inflammatory agents like anti-oxidants and vitamin E.

Oily skin

Oily skin produces more sebum than necessary to compensate for the lack of moisture, therefore causing acne. Argan oil for face treatments can provide the required moisture for oily skin so that sebum production decreases.

Combination skin

Combination skin type is a symptom of a condition known as Seborrhea where some parts of the face, like nose and forehead are oily while the other parts are dry. Argan oil benefits skin by balancing the oil production and evening out the differences between the dry and oily areas of face.

When making a purchase, it is a good idea to stay away from impure argan oil because impurities can damage the skin. As you start using argan oil for face treatments, make sure to pay special attention to how your body reacts.

Top Argan Oil Benefits for the Face 

Anti-Aging Treatment

Argan oil is a powerful anti-wrinkle, protects the body from the harmful effects of free radicals. Its regenerative power of the skin makes it a good remedy to avoid the malaise produced from sunburn, it is also a good remedy for acne, psoriasis and neurodermatitis.


Argan oil is one of the richest oils in unsaturated fatty acids.
These last ones are introduced into the phospholipids membrane, hydrate the skin and nourish it. Indeed, argan oil is emollient and its action is clearly distinguishable from a classic emollient..

Thanks to its high content of linoleic acid, argan oil has revitalizing properties. Its moisturizing and restorative effect has been scientifically confirmed.


The deficiency in essential fatty acids, inevitable with age, causing a cutaneous aging which leads to dryness and loss of skin elasticity, favoring the appearance of wrinkles. The correction of the deficiency in EFA using argan oil can delay skin aging.

According to nutritionists work, these fatty acids (linoleic, linolenic, etc.). would be biological precursors of a hormone intracellular prostaglandins. These last ones are key regulatory molecules in different cellular systems, in particular in all membranous exchanges.

Anti-Stain Treatment

Argan oil is a powerful anti-wrinkle, protects the body from the harmful effects of free radicals. Its regenerative power of the skin makes it a good remedy to avoid the malaise produced from sunburn, it is also a good remedy for acne, psoriasis and neurodermatitis.

Lip Conditioner

Argan oil benefits more than just your skin and hair; it makes for a wonderful lip treatment or chap stick substitute! Rub in 1-2 drops, and wipe away any excess.

This will not only heal any cracked lips, but also keep your lips soft, smooth and conditioned. Keep argan oil around in winter-time to prevent chapped lips.


Do-it-yourself exfoliators are not difficult to make, and are significantly less expensive than what you can purchase in the store, plus when you add argan oil, you get all the anti-aging effects too!

To experience the argan oil benefits while exfoliating, just mix 1 tablespoon of brown sugar with a couple of drops of argan oil in your hand. Rub into your face in a circular motion for 2-4 minutes; pay special attention to acne prone areas and areas that are dry. Rinse with warm water, and pat dry.

Regular exfoliation helps to remove dead skin cells and reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, while giving you a younger fresher complexion. With the aid of the brown sugar, the argan oil’s nutrients are more readily absorbed into your skin.

Use this exfoliator for more than just your face! If you have dry elbows or heels (or during an at-home pedicure) mix up a bit more to massage the dry and dead skin away!


Great news for anyone that is suffering from acne – argan oil has been proven to reduce sebum levels in individuals with oily skin!  Women than have never had acne before are finding in that in their 30s and 40s this pesky condition arises, and it is often, difficult to treat.

Chemical creams can be expensive, and in the long run truly do more harm than good. Argan oil’s high linoleic acid content helps to reduce inflammation caused by acne, (not to mention rashes, infections and bug bites) while helping heal damaged skin cells.

If you are using argan oil as your moisturizer, but are still fighting acne, place a drop in the palm of your hand and lightly dab a bit extra into problem areas. To fight stubborn or persistent white heads, be sure to make the toner above, using a couple of drops of tea tree oil.

Tea tree oil compliments the argan oil benefits beautifully with its rich content of anti-oxidants and its inherent antibacterial, antiviral, and antifungal properties. Together, they can help fight stubborn acne while reducing the inflammation, and scarring.

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