31 October 2011

ARGAN OIL MAGIC

A few months back I had been hearing about argan oil (moroccan oil) a lot. After a bit of a google search and you tube - I found out it is meant to work wonders for dry, fizzy hair. I didn't need any more convincing.

I purchased a bottle off ebay for around $25.00

It is pure amazeballs. Seriously. Not only does it act as an incredibly light anti frizz serum (which smells delicious) but I also use a teeny tiny bit on my face each morning as a primer - because I have insanely dry skin at times. I read somewhere that Sophia Loren used to moisturise a bit into her skin each day!!!

To read a more scenific description (what, amazeballs isn't descriptive enough?) check out Mira's Hand blog (which includes some other uses)

On the beauty front - I've recently discovered two great Aussie beauty sites where you can read reviews and compare products etc
http://www.beautyheaven.com.au/
http://www.adorebeauty.com.au/
I would highly recommend checking out these sites for more information on Argan oil (or any other products)

Now I am off to lay in a tub of Argan oil. Pfft - I wish.... back to the moutain of paperwork it is. Le sigh!

xoxo
Karina

6 comments:

  1. Hmm I really must try this stuff. I've heard so much about it!

    P.S. I still have an Etsy but haven't really got any stock at the moment.

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  2. Ahhh I LOVE argan oil too! I have been using a spray on my hair that I got from Strawberry Net and I'm pretty sure it has made a difference...

    Amazeballs was totally descriptive enough for me lol sums it up perfectly I think!

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  3. Im obsessed with this oil! so funny!

    xoxo
    b

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  4. Love the stuff!

    xoxox,
    CC

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  5. I've heard a lot about Argan Oil and I know I need to try it like yesterday. I got to find the pure 100% organic stuff.

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