Moroccan Argan Oil, also known as "the elixir of beauty" or "liquid gold" has been around for centuries. But what's stopping people from getting the true benefits of Argan Oil?
Let's put aside the misconceptions and explain what you've been missing out on!
Yes, it can be difficult to know what to look for when selecting an Argan Oil at first.
No worries! Our family has put together something quick and easy that will help you decide what's best for you and your loved ones! :)
Here are 7 quick tips from us to get the best Argan for your bucks!
It's called 'Liquid Gold' for a reason
It can take up to 20 hours to crack open the argan kernels to extract and produce 1 litre of oil laboriously done by female-owned cooperatives.
This also means that it takes one woman three days to make just one litre of oil. Due to this arduous process, "Morocco's Liquid Gold" is incredibly valuable and unique.
Can you eat Argan Oil?
Argan Oil was first used for its culinary purposes in Morocco.
Amlou is one of the many traditional dishes that used Argan Oil in Moroccan cuisines. It can be used in hummus, couscous, lentil soups, grilled fish, pasta, salads (and the list goes on!).