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Everyday Skincare Essentials: The Amazing Benefits or Argan Oil

While it technically qualifies as a plant-based elixir - painstakingly extracted from the kernels of Moroccan Argan trees - there’s a reason why many skincare experts have come to refer to Argan oil as “liquid gold.” 

For centuries, Argan oil has been featured in cosmetic products and treatments ranging from hair conditioners to cuticle serums, and is beloved for its many beauty benefits. At Eossi Beauty, we include Moroccan Argan oil in some of our favorite formulas for the body and skin, and are always in awe of the glowing results it provides.

However, the effects of Argan aren’t purely magical. Let’s take a closer look at some of the benefits: 

Benefit #1: Argan Oil is intensely moisturizing

For dry, dull, or depleted skin, Argan oil is an excellent go-to ingredient. It’s lightweight, yet incredibly hydrating.

Benefit #2: Argan Oil is an antioxidant 

Naturally nutrient-dense, Argan oil is known to contain a host of antioxidants. It’s rich in Vitamin E and polyphenol compounds.

Eossi’s Favorite Products Featuring Argan Oil

For enjoying all of the beautiful benefits of Argan, Eossi Beauty includes Moroccan Argan Oil in several of our bestselling blends.

You’ll find it in our Athena Brightening Body Oil, alongside other nourishing oils for your whole body, including jojoba, squalane, rosehip, and grapeseed. It’s also a key ingredient in our Facial Glow Oil, which is perfect for nurturing your skin and creating your own inspired self care rituals. We recommend treating yourself to both of these formulas daily, for radiant results.


  • Skin hydration in postmenopausal women: argan oil benefit with oral and/or topical use By Kenza Qiraouani Boucetta, Zoubida Charrouf, Abdelfattah Derouiche, Younes Rahali, and Yahya Bensouda


  • Activation of MITF by Argan Oil Leads to the Inhibition of the Tyrosinase and Dopachrome Tautomerase Expressions in B16 Murine Melanoma Cells By Myra O. Villareal, Sayuri Kume, Thouria Bourhim, Fatima Zahra Bakhtaoui, Kenichi Kashiwagi, Junkyu Han, Chemseddoha Gadhi, and Hiroko Isoda



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