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Argan Oil Kioba  

Argan oil shampoo can become a good helper in treating damaged, dry and lifeless hair. This oil is famous for its nourishing, moistening and straightening properties and has been used by Moroccan women for hair treatment for a long time. Now, when this miraculous oil has come to the American market, we can explore its numerous benefits for our skin and hair. This oil can be either applied directly on our hair as a mask or added into a commercial shampoo that you usually use. Otherwise you can make your own shampoo which will provide the most of the benefits for your hair and scalp. The main advantage of homemade shampoo is rather obvious – it is completely natural. Commercial products use chemicals and different preservatives in their recipes so you never know what you buy. What is more, they are harmful for the environment. Buying a commercial product which is claimed to be 100% organic is a good alternative, still they are very expensive. All these considerations make it quite reasonable to make a shampoo at home. It will save you a lot of money, you will not cause harm to the environment and you’ll get a highly effective and absolutely natural product.  

Apart from providing necessary nutrients and vitamins needed for hair’s health and proper growth, argan oil repairs damaged hair, heals and protects it. After using it for at least a couple of weeks you will find your hair strong, smooth and shiny. Argan oil contains silicon which helps to straighten your hair if it is curly and makes it manageable and controllable. According to Argan Oil Society website, argan oil provides even more benefits for your hair than jojoba oil does, even though jojoba oil is considered to be one of the leaders in hair care among organic oils. Consider making Moroccan argan oil shampoo at home and you won’t regret it. Argan oil shampoo is very easy to make and it requires only three ingredients – water, liquid Castile soap and argan oil. We suggest using Castile soap as a basic shampoo ingredient as it is a completely organic product, made of coconut oil and olive oil with the addition of jojoba oil and hemp oil and some other essential oils which add extra benefits to your shampoo.  

  I recently had a chance to try out Kioba Argan Oil and I have to say I love it - particularly for using in shampoo and for my regular skin care routine! This stuff is AMAZING for frizzy hair. I have naturally thick and frizzy hair and live in an extremely humid climate (down in the South), so having nice hair always seemed like a losing battle. Now I apply a few drops of argan oil after blow-drying and before ironing my hair and everyone thinks I’ve just come from the beauty salon. I also use it as a facial moisturizer and even in hot, humid weather it doesn’t leave any oily residue which is a HUGE plus, since this was a problem I had encountered with a lot of other face oils when I tried using them under my makeup. I also noticed since using this oil as a shampoo my hair looks great after a wash and it also reduces the frizz a bit with that, although adding it in before straightening or blow drying is still a must for me. One thing I really love is that the Kioba brand is natural and organic so I feel great about using the product as well! I`m still playing around and hoping to find more using for this wonderful oil to keep enhancing my life, but the reduced hair frizz is a HUGE plus for me!

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