Naturistic Argan Oil

Naturistic Argan Oil

"• Enriched with vitamin E is a versatile oil that exfoliates, tones and moisturizes the skin, helps reduce acne, stretch marks, dryness and roughness. • It conditions the nails and moisturizes cuticles, heals cracked lips while making them soft and smooth, • A perfect leave-in hair conditioner as it makes hair easier to style, repairs split ends, tames frizz and adds a healthy shine. • Add this oil to your daily beauty routine for head to toe nourishment "
SKU : argan oil
Availability : In stock
Price: $11.50
Naturistic Argan Oil enriched with vitamin E is a versatile oil that exfoliates, tones and moisturizes the skin, helps reduce acne, stretch marks, dryness and roughness. Enriched with vitamin E the oil does wonders for our skin by fighting dangerous free radicals which work against maintaining youthful skin. Vitamin E also helps to speed skin cell turnover rate, meaning new skin faster for a blemish free, smoother complexion.
This multipurpose oil is a head to toe nourishment for your body. Argan oil’s softening properties are ideal for brittle nails, dry hands and cracked, hard skin on feet. Also it makes hair softer, silkier and shinier. It is the ideal hair conditioner, and it can even help to treat split ends and tame frizzy hair.
Naturistic Argan Oil enriched with vitamin E is a versatile oil that exfoliates, tones and moisturizes the skin, helps reduce acne, stretch marks, dryness and roughness. Enriched with vitamin E the oil does wonders for our skin by fighting dangerous free radicals which work against maintaining youthful skin. Vitamin E also helps to speed skin cell turnover rate, meaning new skin faster for a blemish free, smoother complexion.
This multipurpose oil is a head to toe nourishment for your body. Argan oil’s softening properties are ideal for brittle nails, dry hands and cracked, hard skin on feet. Also it makes hair softer, silkier and shinier. It is the ideal hair conditioner, and it can even help to treat split ends and tame frizzy hair.
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