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About Argan oil
Argan oil, is the product extracted from the nuts of the argan tree, which grows almost exclusively in Morocco. The oil, reffered to as Liquid Gold. Is said to have restorative and age-defying effects. It has become one of the latest miracle ingredients in the beauty industry. Due to high levels of Vitamin E and saponins, which soften the skin and essential fatty acids, it is has been proved to help all sorts of skin conditions: dry skin, acne, psoriasis, eczema. It can help to reduce wrinkles by restoring the skin's water lipid layer and it also cools and soothes inflammation. Its antioxidant properties help to neutralise free radicals. Yet it does all this quite naturally.
Moroccans use it on their skin, hair, nails and even their babies.
To get the maximum benefit from argan you should take it internally as well. It contains twice as much vitamin E as olive oil and is rich in antioxidants.Argan Health contains eight essential fatty acids and also rare plant sterols with anti-inflammatory properties, so it's beneficial for arthritic or rheumatic conditions.The oil has a delicious nutty taste and is best used as a salad dressing, or drizzled over pasta – the health-giving properties are lost if it's heated, drizzling it over salads and couscous, or using it to make amlou, a thick spread of Argan oil, almonds and honey.
The Amazigh Moroccan women use Argan oil as a beauty product for hair and body care.Argan cosmetic, Rich in vitamin E, argan oil is a natural antioxidant, revitalizas the skin and as anti aging propeties. Major laboratories use it as an essential element for creams, shampoos, soaps, and it has proven effective as a component of several drugs.
Body and facial care: apply oil of argan by massage. If your skin is very tight, do not hesitate to your coat the body before taking your bath.
On hair: Massage and leave for 30 minutes before making a mild shampoo, For beautiful hair.
Nails: Soak them for several minutes in a bath of argan oil.
The djellaba is the clasic Moroccan garment with a long sleeves and loosely fitting hooded. Although traditionally a outer robe. The light summer djellaba can be worn seperatly . Djellabas come in a variety of styles, patterns and colors, with equaly as many different materials.Typically, men traditionally wear a hat (kufi) or a red fez hat (tarboosh) and soft yellow leather slippers (babouche) with a djellaba.Women also wear djellabas. The hood is of vital importance for both sexes as it protects the wearer from the sun and in earlier times was used as a defence against sand being blown into the wearers face by strong desert winds. It is not uncommon for the hood to be used as an informal pocket during times of nice weather, and can fit loaves of bread or bags of groceries. Djellabas are made of a wide variety of materials, from cotton or rayon for summer-time djellabas to coarse wool for winter djellabas. The wool is typically harvested from sheep living in the surrounding mountains and then a long process of turning the wool into yarn is carried out (normally by hand). It is then woven in the fabric to create the garment. The djellaba is worn by both men and women; the men's style is generally baggier while a women's djellabas is generally tighter and can sport elaborate decorative embroidery in a variety of colors. Women normally add a scarf. Almost all djellabas of both styles include a baggy hood called a 'cob' that comes to a point at the back. Traditionally Djellabas reach right down to the ground but nowadays they are becoming slimmer and shorter.
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