Monday, June 9, 2014

Virgin Argan Oil for Hair & Face Treatment Review & Giveaway**Closed**

Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.

I have another wonderful Argan Oil to share with you today from a company called BebeLush and you are going to love this one as it has so many different functions that it can be used for that you might just be able to use this one product and get rid of all those others!
What can this product help with?
For starters it helps with dry skin, stretch marks, acne, skin blemishes, psoriasis, eczema, brittle nails and peeling cuticles.
What are the ingredients?
Argania Spinosa Kernel Oil - best grade, 100% pure, cold pressed, unrefined, organic certified, EcoCert. It is also alcohol free, fragrance free, colorant free, paraben free, no preservatives and no animal ingredients.
Directions: Apply one a few drops to fingertips and gently massage into your skin, hair or cuticles.
As you can see, it's a very thick oil, but this picture for some reason didn't capture the gold color of the oil, so I just wanted to make sure you understood that it's not clear, it's kind of gold colored. This product is 100% pure organic and that is really what you want your Argan Oil to be!
If you want to use this product for your hair, here is what it does and the directions on how to use BebeLush's Argan Oil:
Leave-in Hair Conditioner: While your hair is still wet after washing it, add a few drops of Argan oil to your hair (ends and scalp), especially if you use a blow dryer, straight-iron or curling iron on a regular basis. Your hair will be soft, manageable, and tangle-free.
Hair Styling Shine: Use as a styling product. Add a few drops of Argan oil to your hand, rub your hands together and run your fingers through your hair to create shine and tame frizz.
Overnight Hair Treatment: For damaged hair, massage a generous amount of Argan oil into your hair, wrap your hair and leave the oil in overnight. In the morning, wash your hair as usual.
I love using Argan Oil in my hair. I don't know what I would do without it frankly. That is how dry and frizzy my hair gets down here in this humid Georgia air and believe me, you don't want to have wavy or curly hair here because it sure reeks havoc on your hair in the summer! I have gotten to where I wear it up or in a ponytail most of the summer because it just won't cooperate, that's how humid it is, unless I use the Argan Oil after I am done styling, I still will run some over my dry and styled hair to keep in patted down. 
For use on nails and cuticles: 
Heel and Cuticle Softener: Don't suffer with painful cracked heels, and dry, peeling cuticles. Nourish your heels by massaging a generous amount of Argan oil, and then covering them up with socks overnight. For healthy cuticles, massage a few drops of Argan oil into your cuticles twice a day.
This is my second best reason that I love Argan Oil. I have really bad nails I guess due to the RA being so out of control. I have had professionals try to repair my nails and they just won't cooperate. They are growing funny and won't grow past the tips of my fingers, so they are very short but they are still very fragile and break at the slightest thing. So, I am trying to do what the directions say but some nights I am bad to forget especially if I have been sick and fell asleep without realizing it. Hopefully, I will get better at this as time goes on because I really need this benefit most of all.

Now, on this one, I don't have any clue because my husband does not have a beard or moustache, so I will have to leave this one for you guys to figure out. But according to BebeLush, it is suppose to make the beard softer and more touchable. I guess if it can make your hair less frizzy and dry, it stands to reason that this would make sense to me.

Then lastly, if you want to use on your face:
Face Moisturizer: Twice a day, after cleansing your skin, massage a few drops directly into your face and neck, and experience glowing, vibrant, soft healthy skin. It will minimizes fine lines and wrinkles, soothes eczema prone skin, calms itchy dry spots and restores sun damaged skin.
The reason that this product works so well on the face, nails and hair is because it is rich in vitamin E, natural fatty acids, and omega 6, Argan oil is a natural antioxidant. It also is dry, non-greasy and easily absorbed. It doesn't clog your pores and can be directly applied to your face, skin, hair and cuticles. You can also add it to enhance your favorite beauty products.

You would think that an oil would clog your skin up but I have been using it now for awhile and it really does seem to make things smoother and it absorbs really quick. Of course, like I have mentioned numerous times, I have very dry skin, so pretty much anything I put on my face gets absorbed pretty quick, but still, I have used some products in the past that made me look like I had put Crisco grease on my face!

Oh, one last thing that you might like to know, this product has a shelf life of up to 3 years and mine said it was manufactured in November 2013 so this will be good until November 2016. That is quite a long time, but am glad to know because I have been wondering how long Argan Oil lasts and am finally glad someone answered that question! Each bottle will give you the date it was made so you will always know when your 3 years are up.

Ever wonder what an Argan Oil Tree looks like? Well, that is what they look like! I found this on the internet and was really amazed that Argan Oil comes from a nut like product that grows on a tree! It sort of reminds me of olives, what do you think?

You can also find BebeLush on Facebook. You can buy their Argan Oil on Amazon. You can also sign up for their Newsletter and get 15% on all of their products.
The awesome folks at BebeLush will be giving one winner the same exact bottle of Argan Oil that I just reviewed. Open in the U.S. only. Good Luck Everyone!

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.


Gala said...

I would be interested in trying Hydrating Under Eye Gel with Peptides for Men & Women , hope it would help with removing Dark Circles and Puffiness

BlackAsphodel said...

I'd like to try the Hydrating Under Eye Gel.


Misha Estrada said...

I would also like to try the hydrating eye gel.

krystel warden said...

i would love to try the hydrating eye gel

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Melissa Storms said...

I would also love to try the shave soap, or rather get it for my husband to try.

Melissa Storms said...

I would also love to try the shave soap, or rather get it for my husband to try.

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