Argan

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Argan

character who suffers imaginary ills; determined to be an invalid. [Fr. Lit.: Le Malade Imaginaire]
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Sourced in Morocco, Josie's Argan Oil is responsibly harvested from Argan trees by families in Argan forest regions.
These researchers maintain that argan tree is one of the few surviving relict-breed species of the Tertiary Period, which spanned from 65 million to 1.8 million years ago.
Almonds from the argan tree are roasted over a wood fire using a stove.
Bret, 20, said: "The main thing that makes it different to the big brands is the price and the use of argan oil, which is made from the kernels of the argan tree and is native to Morocco."
This article describes how a novel plant extract derived from the Argan tree gets to the root of thinning hair and hair loss by stimulating the activity of self-renewing dermal stem cells to alleviate a dry scalp and induce hair growth.
This oil is mainly produced in Southwest of Morocco from the nut of the argan tree (Argania spinosa, L.) and represents an important fat source in the Magreb area [3].
Indeed, the argan tree is exclusively endemic in Morocco and is not grown anywhere else [2].
This is the only place in the world where the argan tree grows.
A friend said: "Natasha thought it would be a good venture for her outside of Atomic Kitten but the interest was just not there." Natasha uses the serum, which is taken from the argan tree, on her hair.
Argan oil is derived from the argan tree, which grows in Morocco.
Argan oil is an extract produced from the kernels of the Argan tree -- known as Argania Spinosa, which only grows in parts of Morocco.
Sourced from sustainable co-ops in Morocco, argan oil is extracted from kernels of the argan tree. The oil helps protect hair and skin from premature aging, UV damage and environmental stresses.