In the morning, wash your hair as you normally would and rinse well, until all oil residue is gone.
Apply this treatment once a week to maintain healthier hair.
Natives of Morocco’s Argan Forest, which was declared a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO in 1998, have pressed the nut to extract its precious oil, for use as a dietary supplement, wound healing, and to nourish the skin and hair.
What makes the oil so beneficial, is that it’s rich with vitamins A, C and E, as well as being loaded with antioxidants, linoleic acid and omega-6 fatty acids.
When applied externally, it can help boost cell production which results in healthier skin and hair – that’s why you may have noticed that among the list of ingredients in high-end beauty products, Argan oil is often included.
The fruit is so nutritious that goats climb the trees just to eat them.
Many people, both men, and women suffer from hair loss.
In fact, though many mistake it as a strictly male-related condition, 40 percent of American women experience it.
Apply the warmed oil to your scalp and massage well, and then put on a shower cap and allow the oil to soak into the hair and scalp for at least a few hours, or ideally, overnight.
Treating your scalp twice a week with the oil will help eliminate dandruff and dryness.
Comb your hair from roots to tips using a wide-tooth comb to evenly distribute.