How to use Argan Oil to get Strong, Shiny, and Silky Smooth Hair

Argan Oil is a very popular hair care product. Argan Oil is derived from the fruit of the Moroccan Argan tree. Dense in vitamin E, Argan Oil is an excellent conditioner that also hydrates the scalp. There are many benefits to using Argan Oil in your hair care routine.

Vitamin E is known for its antioxidant properties which promotes new cell growth. When used in your hair (over time) hair will grow in stronger, smoother, shinier, and thicker. If you suffer from brittle, split ends, and thin hair, Argan Oil should be a product that you should look into using on a daily basis. It also moisturizes your scalp while fighting off dandruff and dry scalp.

Dying and chemically treating your hair can have some nasty side effects. This can make your hair look older than it really is. Argan Oil has been known to reverse the effects of our environment and our bad habits. It’s also a great way to make your hair look shinier, less frizzy after just one treatment. So, now we know the benefits, how do we use Argan Oil to get that stronger, shiny, silky hair we all want?

Mix Argan Oil with your everyday shampoo

No one likes to change their routine. We’re already very busy as is. However, if you take just a few seconds to add a few drops of Argan Oil to your shampoo, you will see positive results almost immediately. Who doesn’t want to dry off from the shower and not see frizzy hair?

Argan Oil is a moisturizer for the hair and scalp. It’s a source of vitamin E, oleic, acid and linoleic acid which has been proven to seal in moisture in the hair shaft and create a protective barrier that protects the hair from UV light and other external stresses. This barrier forms almost immediately and increases its positive effects with daily treatment.

Use Argan Oil as a leave in conditioner

Leave in conditioners have a bad reputation as it may leave a greasy feeling after application. Some have even complained that it makes it harder to brush hair making your hair clumpy mess. However, Argan Oil absorbs into the hair and scalp incredibly fast. Using Argan Oil as a leave in conditioner will affect your scalp the most. People who suffer from flaky itchy skin will want to apply Argan oil directly to the scalp.

You’ll want to part the hair exposing the dry part of the scalp and apply a few drops to that area. You’ll want to repeat this on other dry areas. When sufficiently covered, use your fingers to gently massage the oil into the scalp. This will help the skin to rejuvenate skin cells and help purge dead cells from the shaft of the hair. This will reduce the effects of Psoriasis and Seborrheic Dermatitis which are the most common reasons for dandruff.

Placing Argan Oil into the palms of your hands and slowly sliding your palms against your hair will apply a thin even layer of Argan Oil. The Argan Oil will absorb into the hair fairly quickly. It won’t leave a residue or greasy film. This is why Argan Oil is a perfect solution for those who have a busy schedule. Right after application, you can start to style your hair and apply heat. It has been shown that the fatty acids in Argan Oil help to protect the hair during styling reducing split ends and breakage and helps to protect the hairs color.

Argan Oil has been shown to be a good sealer when it comes to protecting the dye in your hair. You may find yourself dying your hair less frequently. Vibrant colors last longer when an Argan Oil treatment routine is used.

Argan Oil hair mask

Just like a nightly skin routine, your hair can benefit from an overnight treatment. Remember, you won’t need much Argan Oil to see an overnight transformation. We recommend you to use this method before an important event so that your hair will look healthy, shiny, and silky smooth the next day.

Just like a leave in conditioner, we recommend that you use a generous amount when applying it to the hair. Obviously, the longer your hair is, the more you’ll want to apply. Ten drops should be enough for most people. Starting from the roots, use your fingers to comb in the Argan Oil down the length of your hair. This should apply an even coat of Argan oil throughout the strands. For those who have dandruff, you may want to add drops of Argan Oil directly onto the scalp.

Once you’ve successfully added the Argan Oil, place a shower cap on your head covering all of your hair. The shower cap achieves two things, it helps retain the heat from your body which helps your skin and hair to chemically interact with the oil and it also helps the oil to absorb deeper into the scalp and hair.

The longer you let the hair mask sit, the better the results. We recommend an overnight treatment but if you can’t do that, you can leave it in for a minimum of a few hours. Afterwards, rinse your hair in the shower. You should see amazing benefits afterwards. We recommend doing this once a week, depending on how brittle and dry your hair is.


The best part of using Argan Oil is that it is 100% natural and is arguably the best thing you can put into your hair. You can see the benefits almost immediately. EMMYOR ARGAN OIL is 100% pure and organic and can accomplish your hair care goals. We hope that you explore organics as a substitute to harsh chemicals for your hair care routine and we hope you get to explore your natural beauty.

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Benefits of Argan Oil for Beard and How to Start Using It

It’s time to work smarter, not harder when it comes to taming your facial hair!

Argan Oil for Beard

We love our beards, but sometimes it can be tricky to figure out what works best for them. Leave them alone, and they’ll develop into an unruly tangled mess. Pile creams and balms on them, and you might end up with a greasy, itchy chin. That’s why a simpler approach might work better for you.

Enter argan oil.

Argan oil is known as the holy grail of all facial oils, and is even referred to as liquid gold due to its many benefits for skin and hair. Here’s why argan oil beats other ingredients in beard care, and how to start using it immediately for the best facial hair of your life.

What’s argan oil?

Argan oil is made from argan tree seeds in Morocco. The reason why you don’t see argan oil too much in conventional beard grooming products is that it’s still extracted by hand to preserve as much of its nutrient content possible. Argan oil first hit its popularity as a wonder natural ingredient for conditioning hair. It’s otherwise known as Moroccan oil. It’s now a widespread ingredient that’s used in natural skin and hair care products.

Benefits of argan oil for skin and hair

Once you apply argan oil to your beard and experience its silkiness, it’s easy to understand its hype. It’s a natural moisturizer that softens unruly beard hair and skin. It locks in moisture and important nutrients to keep hair smooth, protect against breakage and split ends. At the same time, this moisture promotes a natural shine in your beard for a more healthy appearance. Need help detangling your beard? Comb through it with some argan oil. Need to condition that dry mess, or fighting beardruff? Massage some argan oil into your beard. Argan oil is the perfect multitasking ingredient for grooming beard hair.

Argan oil is also packed with vitamin E that helps to heal dry hair and skin, while soothing and protecting against damage. It pampers and nourishes skin, promoting healthier beard growth. Vitamin E is also a potent anti-inflammatory, which is the perfect solution for a nasty razor burn.

But the reason behind the argan oil craze lies in its compatibility with skin and hair. Argan oil is non-comedogenic. That means when you apply it to your hair or skin, it won’t clog your pores or hair follicles, and cause breakouts. That’s because it’s mostly made up of fatty acids and antioxidants that are skin-friendly, and absorb easily.

Argan oil is great for all skin and hair types. Yes, we mean those of you with acne-prone and oily skin too! Argan oil has actually been found to reduce the amount of sebum in skin, which means it’ll help balance the amount of natural oils on your skin. So you can use it to condition your scraggly beard without worrying about feeding your skin too much oil!

How to use argan oil for beards

  1. Shampoo

Are you oil-phobic? Not to worry, argan oil works to dissolve other excess grime on your beard, without leaving it feeling greasy. It makes a great ingredient in a beard shampoo, so don’t shy away from it!

Deep clean your beard with this beard wash to get rid of dirt, flakes, and odors without drying out your skin. It features argan oil, maracuja oil, and shea butter to refresh and nourish your beard hair.

  1. As a beard oil

Argan oil is a super nourishing ingredient that’s packed with nutrients that help promote hair growth and healthy hair. Before you get started on this, it’s best to start with a clean beard so you don’t actually trap any grime into your pores. Add a few drops of organic, cold pressed argan oil onto the tips of your fingers, and work them through your beard from roots to ends. Make sure to work the oil in evenly! Follow up with a comb to distribute the oil more evenly.

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Our EMMYOR pure argan oil 100% is certified organic, so you can trust that it contains the maximum amount of nutrients possible, and that you’re getting the most bang for your buck!

  1. Detangle

Follow the same process as you would with using argan oil as a beard oil, but make sure to be extra gentle so you don’t accidentally tug any hairs out!

  1. Style

If you’re a beard balm perfect, you’ll be excited to hear that argan oil is a popular ingredient found in natural beard balms. Work the beard balm into your beard, and use it to style to your tastes.

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Whether you’re a beginner with a freshly grown beard, or a veteran who’s looking to add more substance to your grooming routine, argan oil is a winning ingredient. It’s time to work smarter, not harder when it comes to taming your facial hair!

Whether you’re a beginner with a freshly grown beard, or a veteran who’s looking to add more substance to your grooming routine, argan oil is a winning ingredient. It’s time to work smarter, not harder when it comes to taming your facial hair!

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