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Josie Maran 100 percent Pure Argan Oil

What it is:A lightweight oil to deeply hydrate and treat skin, hair, and nails. What it is formulated to do:This legendary, 100 percent pure Argan Oil is rich in vitamin E and essential fatty acids to deeply hydrate and nourish skin. Grown organically in Morocco, the multitasking formula contains astonishing healing, conditioning, and antiaging properties to create a nourished, youthful-looking complexion. It easily absorbs into skin, delivering a fresh, dewy glow, and keeps you looking beautiful from head to toe. Great for all skin types including sensitive and acne-prone skin, it may also be used to treat split ends and soften cuticles. What it is formulated WITHOUT:- Parabens- Sulfates - Phthalates What else you need to know:Pure Argan Oil is first cold pressed to ensure the best quality, highest-grade oil. It is housed in a recyclable glass bottle and purchased from women's cooperatives in Morocco to support their social and economic welfare. These cooperatives work within a UNESCO biosphere reserve that ensures the protection and reforestation of Argan trees. Research results:In a 4-week clinical test: - 83% of women showed significantly improved skin hydration - Participants saw a visible reduction in coarse wrinkles and fine lines in the eye area
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Allergic Reactions?
I'd like to know what kind of allergic reactions if any people had to this product and if you did have an allergic reaction, are you normally allergic to nuts or other things.
asked 6 years, 7 months ago
Hello1
(Boston, MA)
on 100 percent Pure Argan Oil
6 answers
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answer 1
I'm allergic to everything! I have yet to have a single problem with this product and I've been using it for months.
answered 5 years ago
keywestred
(Chattanooga, TN)
answer 2
I have been diagnosed with a lot of skin issues over the years, including psoriasis and eczema, and let me tell you this is not the LEAST bit irritating. I even used it on my legs where I've always had the worst case of psoriasis, and nothing but smoothness! It's amazing!! I'm not allergic to nuts, so i can't answer that, sorry.
answered 5 years ago
pomerama
(Las Vegas, NV)
answer 3
ITS ALL NATURAL,SO I DOUBT YOU WILL HAVE ANY REACTION, YOUR SKIN WILL LOVE IT....BUT IF YOU ARE THAT SENSITIVE, CALL CUSTOMER SERVICE...THEY WILL HAVE THAT ANSWE
answered 5 years ago
lynnlovsephs
(HOWARD BEACH, NEW YORK)
answer 4
I'm allergic to nuts and decided to give this a try, as I've successfully used other nut products before without any sort of reaction. Unfortunately, I had a bad allergic reaction to this the second time I used it. So be cautious. However, many other people have used it with great success.
answered 5 years, 4 months ago
barbiegirl12
(Vancouver, Canada.)
answer 5
you should be fine. The Argania Spinosa tree is very much like the Karite tree (which is what we get Shea from). Meaning, to get either, you are getting it from a FRUIT bearing tree, which both have pits and then seeds, which is where the shea/argan extracts are derived from.
By comparison, the Ojon products use Ojon NUT oil, which is ALSO a tree, but it is a NUT bearing tree, not a FRUIT bearing tree.

So as long as you don't have a particular allergy to Argan tree fruit, you would be fine.

If you have an allergy to tree nuts, you might not want to use Ojon though!
answered 5 years, 4 months ago
mubymelissalyn
(Chicagoland, IL)
answer 6
as with the Ojon products, anyone with an allergy to any nut products should beware of some of the natural products. they DO contain nut oils. some people are allergic to specific nuts, and natural or not, allergic reactions CAN happen! just ask any Sephora cast member, at your local store, to supply you with a small few drops of the product, and performt eh patch test on your forearm.
answered 6 years, 7 months ago
xander
(San Francisco, CA)
Question
I thought oil was bad for your face
Why is this so special that despite the fact that almost all moisturizers are advertised as being oil free, everyone is saying this is a wonder product? Based on the rating, it obviously really is that awesome. But I'm so confused by it. And also, as dumb as it sounds, what exactly is it for? Some people say one drop is enough of a moisturizer for them. Others say they add a few drops to their normal moisturizer. I know everyone's skin needs a different, and I think that's part of what's adding to my confusion. I guess it has so many uses that I don't even know where to start.
asked 4 years, 1 month ago
bethny
(florence, sc)
on 100 percent Pure Argan Oil
8 answers
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answer 1
That's a controversy. There are good oils and bad oils. This is amazing for your skin trust me, no matter how oily or dry you are
answered 2 months, 2 weeks ago
Nathankp99
answer 2
All-natural oils are actually very good for your skin. Oils derived from petrochemicals are terrible for you and this is the oil that is missing from the "oil-free" products.

In my opinion the best skin care products are like the best whole food--it contains as few ingredients as possible. :)
answered 3 years, 3 months ago
pixiesdust
(Havre de Grace, MD)
answer 3
Yes it's wonderful! Use it for your hair,cuticles,skin,face. It moisturizes and your skin just absorbs it. Especially if you have dry skin. It has beneficial properties such as the argan oil which is found from the argan tree which has lived for hundreds of years (if I'm not mistaken) preserves your skin. The more hydrated your skin the more supple it is. This I believe contains essential vitamins for your skin. You can achieve dewy skin.
answered 4 years ago
strawberry143
answer 4
I have oily, acne prone skin. I bought it for my hair, hands and feet but ended up using it on my face when I ran out of moisturizer last winter. Did not break me out (EVERYTHING breaks me out normally) and I was not oily and shiny. I have no idea why it worked. I only used a tiny drop on the face. Great if you use it in the winter. I don't think I would try it in the summer :)
answered 4 years ago
rmkm
(New York, NY)
answer 5
Hi. I use the Argan oil as a facial moisturizer. I like it so much better than lotions and creams, especially during the summer months. I've actually been using a full dropper full lately because I've been spending a lot of time in the sun and I want to protect and nurish the delicate skin on my face. I rub it between my palms and smooth all over my face, including the eye area. It absorbs super fast and I can just use a tinted moisturizer or foundation (if you prefer) and go. My skin looks beautiful, glowing and clean. It makes my summer tan skin pop! I know not all products are a win for everyone's skin types/needs, so maybe try the small $14 one to see if it works for you. If you can't use it on your face for whatever reason, you could always use it on your nails. Hope this helps! :)
answered 4 years ago
dancerjen
(Hampton, VA)
answer 6
I started by using it at night only to see how it affected my face. Once I started feeling how soft my skin was the next morning I started using it in the morning under my makeup as well. I don't use as much in the morning as I do at night for 2 reasons, I don't need to because of the moisture in my skin from the night and because I want to conserve the product.
answered 4 years ago
deerkari
(Calgary, AB)
answer 7
thought the same. dont know why this oil is different but it is. does not make me break out, and everything makes my sensitive, acne prone skin breakout or atleast clogs my pores.
this stuff is amazing.
i use one drop for each eye--its enough to cover eyelid, under eye and sides where crows feet and fine lines can appear
then i use about 5 drops (drop onto center of my palm) then dab w fingers onto each part of my face, especially rubbing into my acne scars.
answered 4 years ago
sephoraloves
(Edison, NJ)
answer 8
I use it as a moisturizer under my make up and at night before I go to bed. It is not oily just soothing. I have notices fine lines and wrinkles disappear while using this product. I highly recommend it.
answered 4 years ago
terridougherty
(Warren, IN)
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Can this be used in lieu of a moisturizer?
Could I use this in the mornings instead of my regualr facial moisturizer? can it really be distributed that easily? absorbed as easily as a moisturizer? I am loving the concept and the ingredient!
asked 6 years, 6 months ago
cremedecosmetics
on 100 percent Pure Argan Oil
8 answers
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answer 1
It depends on your skin. If you have dry skin like me then you can use this alone or before a moisturizer.
answered 3 months, 1 week ago
dianapanzy
answer 2
I have just purchased this product last week and WOW, I am loving it! It literally clears my face if not flawless! I had some breakouts since the changed of weather for me. It truly absorbed straightaway. I also use it to my scalp which relieves the itchiness of my hair scalp. Good product! I will definitely purchase the big size :))
answered 1 year, 3 months ago
jigster
(Seattle WA)
answer 3
You can, but most of us need some sunscreen here in Florida. I use suncreen in both my moisturizer and foundation.
answered 5 years, 1 month ago
barbell51
(Orlando, Fl)
answer 4
I use this as a night treatment and I don't use a moisturizer in the mornings and my skin is perfectly hydrated.
answered 5 years, 1 month ago
k1k1
(MO)
answer 5
You could try it. Honestly it absorbs so quickly that it feels like it's a bit difficult to distribute over entire face.
answered 5 years, 1 month ago
bostongirl2
(Los Altos, CA)
answer 6
Yes! It's the only one I use now!
answered 5 years, 1 month ago
jsfab
answer 7
YES! That is how I use it. You may even learn to love it more than your current moisturizer. Remember though, it doesn't contain any SPF, so you need to make sure if you apply make-up that your foundation has a SPF. I love it as a base for my eye shadows. 3 drops will do you!
answered 5 years, 4 months ago
rjm0522
(Little Rock, AR)
answer 8
I use this as a night time moisturizer. I wouldn't use it during the day because i want one with an spf in it, but you could definitely use it in the am.I LOVE the Korres wild rose daytime moisturizer.
answered 6 years, 6 months ago
smilysassy
(Revere, Ma)
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how does this compare to jojoba oil?
I've been using pure jojoba oil as a moisturizer. Has anybody tried both jojoba and argan oils? Have you had better/different results from argan?
asked 6 years, 4 months ago
woolyowl
(Northampton, MA)
on 100 percent Pure Argan Oil
7 answers
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answer 1
I use Retin A Micro- very drying! I was mixing it with jojoba oil, which helped, but nothing like argan oil! This stuff is amazing!!
answered 5 years ago
mlew
(Mount Vernon, WA)
answer 2
I've tried both and for me the Argan oil works much, much better.
answered 5 years ago
keywestred
(Chattanooga, TN)
answer 3
ARGAN OIL IS FAR BETTER THAN JO....OIL...THIS IS A LITTLE PRICEY BUT WORTH EVERY PENNY...YOU CAN USE IT ON YOUR HAIR ENDS...A LITTLE GOES A LONG WAY. AND IT MAKES YOUR SKIJN LOOK AND FEEL LIKE SILK
answered 5 years ago
lynnlovsephs
(HOWARD BEACH, NEW YORK)
answer 4
I've tried both! The Argan is WAAAAAY better..NO camparison!!! Jojoba made my hair just greasy and didn't really make it shine at all. Argan seems to seep right into the hair, and I do love it as a facial moisturizer! Even in the morning before make-up! Bizarre!
answered 5 years ago
snowfitness1
(St Pete, FL)
answer 5
Never tried jojoba, but have used pure squalene for years. It compares well with squalence.
answered 5 years, 1 month ago
barbell51
(Orlando, Fl)
answer 6
Yes, and I prefer the Argan Oil because it cleared up my facial skin. I find that Jojoba oil is better as a body oil for me. Argan Oil for some reason not only cleared up blemishes and redness but also keeps my skin more balanced (not oily or dry). Try it!
answered 6 years, 2 months ago
agl112
(Miami, FL)
answer 7
pickle juice
answered 6 years, 3 months ago
vivaciouspenguin
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Can this argan oil be used on hair?
My stylist used argan oil to control my frizzies and it worked pretty well. would this be the same product?
asked 6 years ago
darado
(encinitas, ca)
on 100 percent Pure Argan Oil
7 answers
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answer 1
you absolutely can use this product on your hair! and i recommend that you do so ASAP! i'm a black woman with naturally super curly-- kinky, even-- hair that endures a lot of torture: chemical relaxers, coloring, AND heat styling. obviously i need a product to protect from and repair damage, and this is just the product i turn to. i've been using it for only a month now and my hair is shinier, bouncier, less frizzy, and i've gotten tons of compliments from friends and strangers alike! it certainly is a must buy. if you have finer hair, i would suggest rubbing just ONE drop (it's very concentrated) between your palms and distributing through your hair starting with the ends and working your way up toward the top.
answered 4 years, 10 months ago
heyychillout
(Orlando, Fl)
answer 2
Yep, you can use this on your hair. Just dilute it with a bit of water.
answered 5 years, 1 month ago
CindyGeorge
answer 3
i've heard that it can be used anywhere which is part of its appeal. i've recently used it on my scalp where my part is when it got sunburt which really helped with embarrassing peeling
answered 5 years, 1 month ago
susieqooo
(Ventura,ca)
answer 4
Yes.
answered 5 years, 1 month ago
tigris
(St Paul, MN)
answer 5
No, not the same product as your stylist. That is probably Moroccan Oil. Please do not put this in your hair. It is wonderful on skin and cuticles only.
answered 5 years, 1 month ago
Therapist
(Ontario)
answer 6
Yes, it is recommended for split ends. I worked a small amount (like four single drops) into the ends of my hair. It helped the appearance a lot. Not sure if it treats them or not, but it looked better.
answered 5 years, 5 months ago
cattabella
(Katy, TX)
answer 7
I doubt it. The product my hairdresser used & sold to me is called Agadir & it's fabulous. It makes my hair super soft, shiny, not greasy & I don't need any other styling products. The Josie Maran product did non of those things for my hair.
answered 5 years, 11 months ago
happykamper
(Greenwood vlg, CO)
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Clears Acne?
I have read many mixed reviews about whether or not this actually clears acne. I am 17 years old and have fair, combo (more oily) skin that is sensitive thanks to my tretinoin prescription. So far my tretinoin hasn't cleared my daily breakouts, and I would prefer to use a natural product....does anyone have any success (or not) stories with a similar skin type?

Thank you!
asked 5 years, 10 months ago
Arden
(Minnesota)
on 100 percent Pure Argan Oil
7 answers
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answer 1
For my combination skin, this not only reduces the number of pimples on my face but the redness and time it takes to heal as well. Get the smaller size which is quite reasonable in price and try it for a few weeks...if you don't like it you can easily return it, but I bet you will.
answered 4 years, 8 months ago
leasoup
(Bloomsburg, PA)
answer 2
Yes, it does clear up acne. It is all natural, just be sure you are applying the oil to a properly cleansed face.
answered 5 years, 1 month ago
tigris
(St Paul, MN)
answer 3
It might help some with your acne but I dont think it could be a substitute for your acne regimen.
answered 5 years, 1 month ago
ilovemac
(bossier city, la)
answer 4
I have tried everything, from Murad to Proactiv, and although this is not a miracle product, it has worked by reducing redness, and the size and severity of my pimples, without drying my skin or making it more sensitive. Give it a try...it doesn't hurt. Buy a small bottle so you don't have to commit.
answered 5 years, 1 month ago
Therapist
(Ontario)
answer 5
I just had an episode of post-menopausal acne and I had great success with this argan oil. The oil healed my acne - totally gone, and eliminated the marks left behind. It also balances your skin beautifully which probably helps: it moisturizes the drier areas and calms the over-production of oil by your skin in the oily areas. The texture of my skin hasn't been so beautiful in years.
answered 5 years, 2 months ago
SoCalGal
(Southern California)
answer 6
It didn't clear it quickly, but over a period of several months I noticed some improvement. Mostly, I had less scarring, less dry-flaky areas around pimples and less redness around blemishes. I've heard this is antiseptic so that is probably why it can help, but mostly it was a fantastic add-in to my moisturizer during winter so that acne products didn't dry my face out. I really like it and the bottle lasts a long time.
answered 5 years, 5 months ago
cattabella
(Katy, TX)
answer 7
I have seen no relief from this product concerning an old acne scar or a few breakouts I get. I get better resuts from Dr. Brandts products.
answered 5 years, 10 months ago
twina
(Strongsville, OH)
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My bottle does not show the actual size, but measures approx. 2" in height ... would this be the full size or travel size version?
Thanks in advance for your help!
asked 5 years, 4 months ago
BarbMac
(Honesdale, PA)
on 100 percent Pure Argan Oil
7 answers
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answer 1
travel size...but a little goes a long way....you need just a drop to ge that argan glow, and mix it with a moisturizer, you will love it, i do
answered 5 years ago
lynnlovsephs
(HOWARD BEACH, NEW YORK)
answer 2
Sounds like you have the small one.
answered 5 years, 2 months ago
ekinfla
(Clearwater, FL)
answer 3
The size is 1.7 ounces. Small and pricey. Not worth the money imo. You can get much cheaper oils that perform on par with this oil.
answered 5 years, 2 months ago
ingenue01
answer 4
Travel size
answered 5 years, 2 months ago
creolafe86
(Boston, MA)
answer 5
that's the travel size.
answered 5 years, 2 months ago
lafree58
(Orlando, FL)
answer 6
I think it's a travel size but I have to tell you... a little goes a LONG way. Just a few drops are all you need for any area.
answered 5 years, 3 months ago
jacksonvillemom
(Jacksonville, Florida)
answer 7
That is the actual size of the full version of pure Argan oil. The bigger bottle has other additives
answered 5 years, 4 months ago
Gege
(Snellville, GA)
Question
what's in it ?
is there a detailed list of ingredients ?
asked 5 years, 8 months ago
tatish
(New York)
on 100 percent Pure Argan Oil
7 answers
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answer 1
just argan oil with vitamin e and essential fatty acids, all natural and great for your skin and hair.....it gives you a natural glow to your skin without the greasy feel...
answered 5 years ago
lynnlovsephs
(HOWARD BEACH, NEW YORK)
answer 2
100% organic argania spinosa kernel oil.
answered 5 years, 1 month ago
tigris
(St Paul, MN)
answer 3
Organic Argan Oil. You can clinc on the sephora site or on Josie's site for the ls it, but I believe that is all there is inside that bottle.
answered 5 years, 1 month ago
Therapist
(Ontario)
answer 4
The only ingredient in this bottle is Argan oil.
answered 5 years, 4 months ago
Gege
(Snellville, GA)
answer 5
its 100% Argan oil. 100 percent, as in, that is THE (singular) ingredient.
answered 5 years, 4 months ago
mubymelissalyn
(Chicagoland, IL)
answer 6
Argon oil is the only ingredient. That's it.
answered 5 years, 5 months ago
cattabella
(Katy, TX)
answer 7
There is only one ingredient - Argan Oil.
answered 5 years, 8 months ago
maryb505
(San Francisco, CA)
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Pore clogging?
Does this product clog pores?
asked 4 years, 11 months ago
cherrieb
(Worcester, MA)
on 100 percent Pure Argan Oil
7 answers
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answer 1
I have huge pores and I have never found something to add moisture to my skin that didn't clog my pores and break my sensitive dry skin out until I found this.
answered 3 months, 1 week ago
dianapanzy
answer 2
Definitely does NOT clog pores! I have had problems with severe acne in the past and I avoid like the plague any product that clogs pores. I'm now on my second bottle and have bopught it for my boyfriend and my aunt!
answered 4 years, 11 months ago
mbarr
(Washington, D.C.)
answer 3
I don't think so, it hasn't on my skin.
answered 4 years, 11 months ago
tryingthings
(Mpls., MN)
answer 4
no. this product does not clog pores
answered 4 years, 11 months ago
msdaisy888
(NEW YORK, NY)
answer 5
This Argan oil is absolutely fine to use for problematic skin as it's 100% organic. My daughter suffers from acne and eczema and she uses this often to moisturize and soothe her skin. BEWARE of other Morocan Argan Oil products that aren't 100% pure as they usually contain silicons that can clog the pores and cause irritation. They're usually a lot cheaper and inexpensive, but aren't very good for hair or skin. Check the ingredients before buying.
answered 4 years, 11 months ago
Stevie11769
(Upper Marlboro, Maryland)
answer 6
No
answered 4 years, 11 months ago
ciaraleximom
(Tucson AZ)
answer 7
I've only used it on my face a few times, always with a light pat... with that, I haven't noticed my pores clogging.
answered 4 years, 11 months ago
vrad417
(NYC/LA, CA)
Question
Which process is used to get the oil?
I know of two ways to get argan oil:

1) The traditional way: the goat eats the fruit (for the softer outside) and out the other end comes the nut. The nut is then gathered and pressed to release the oil

2) A machine takes the fruit, strips the fruit, and then presses the nut for the oil

By which method does Josie Maran get its argan oil, how are the women involved in the work, and how exactly is the process benefiting the women's coorperatives?
asked 5 years, 5 months ago
jack11
(New York, NY)
on 100 percent Pure Argan Oil
7 answers
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answer 1
if you go to her site josie maran.com you will have your answers....anything that helps the women of the world, works for me, the product is fabulous.
answered 5 years ago
lynnlovsephs
(HOWARD BEACH, NEW YORK)
answer 2
To the best of my knowledge & according to the packaging it seems to be processed via traditional methods. However, you can do further research on this on Josie Maran's website per container instructions.
answered 5 years, 1 month ago
tigris
(St Paul, MN)
answer 3
the women produce this by hand. Josie Maran buys the oil from a cooperative (pool of women)) which uses part of the money for programs that benefit all of the women, rather than just paying each women. This is how our taxes provide us with roads, schools, fire stations, etc.
answered 5 years, 2 months ago
SoCalGal
(Southern California)
answer 4
Check out the video on www.josiemarancosmetics.com. It should answer all of your questions.
answered 5 years, 4 months ago
Gege
(Snellville, GA)
answer 5
To obtain Argan oil, you need to A) get into the fruit to get to the pit, B) get inside the pit to get to the seeds (these fruits have the hardest pits of ALL fruits), and the C) either cold express the seeds (for cosmetic Argan oil) or roast them (for culinary Argan Oil).

There are many people locally in Morocco who try to make their living from selling Argan extracts of varying forms. The process just to get into the fruit, to get to the pit to extract the seed is incredibly laborous and time consuming. With that being said, there are many Argan harvesters who take shortcuts and basically pick through goat excrement, to obtain the seeds. The problem with this is that once that pit has gone through the GI tract of that goat, no matter WHAT they do to that seed, it will ALWAYS smell like an ANIMAL. They might try to roast the heck
out of that seed to de-stink it or mix it with other oils but it will always smell rather "gamey".

Soooo, the Josie Maran Argan Oil (which is supplied to her from another company, by the way) is NOT harvested in this manner. How can you know if an Argan oil you buy HAS been obtained from the excrement of goats? It WILL smell very foul. Argan oil that has been harvested and processed in the PROPER way (meaning, someone picks the whole fruit from the tree, cracks open the pit either by hand or machine, and then processes the seeds) will be nearly scent free and colorless, much like a Safflower oil. Culinary Argan Oil (which can be used for cosmetic purpose) will be a bit "nutty" smelling because the seed has been roasted, instead of cold expressed.

The "goat doodoo"method used to be the only way Argan oil was obtained, by the indigenous women many many moons ago, as they did not have the same sorts of tools and machinery that we have to make it easier to crack the pits and obtain the seeds. Needless to say, pretty much any Argan oil you find in any mainstream retailer will be from properly harvested Argan. you can buy Argan oil (culinary and cosmetic) via other places (Ebay, Amazon), just look for Ecocert label to make sure it HAS gone through some sort of certification to ensure it has been harvested properly. Ebay is tricky as there are many sellers who buy huge liter bottles of Argan oil from merchants in Moroccan villages (which may be "goat caca", ill-harvested Argan) and decant to smaller bottles to resell on Ebay. So let the buyer beware in that respect.
answered 5 years, 4 months ago
mubymelissalyn
(Chicagoland, IL)
answer 6
I'm not certain, but I do know you can go to Josie Maran's website or one of the many, many sites about natural Argon oil from Morocco for full answers.
answered 5 years, 5 months ago
cattabella
(Katy, TX)
answer 7
I'm not sure how Josie gets the oil, however, I do know that the Argan tree is a protected species now in Morocco and that it is being harvested by the women's cooperative of this country and it's improving not only your life but the life of the country! Apparently these trees are the oldest on earth!
answered 5 years, 5 months ago
Peasmom90069
(West Hollywood, CA)
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