Where does Argan Oil come from?

Argan oil is extracted from the fruits that grow on Argania Spinosa drought resistant trees found in the southern region of Morocco. Inside the fruit, beneath the bitter peel is an almond shaped kernel which contains 3 small seeds that are the source of the liquid gold. These seeds are then pressed for the oil which produces an all-natural product that is rich in antioxidants, fatty acids, and vitamin E.

Guaranteed Authenticity

All products offered by A Door to Morocco are 100% authentic natural argan oil that is unroasted and comes fresh-pressed directly from a fair-trade women-run cooperative.

Uses for Argan Oil?

The amazing thing about Argan oil is that it is versatile and can be used to nourish and rejuvenate all types of skin, hair, and nails. Both men and women can find multiple benefits to using the oil on a daily basis.

Our pure Argan oil is used for:

Moisturizing - a bit of oil can go a long way to hydrate, reduce fine lines, and soften skin 

Increases Elasticity - rub on breasts, stomach, bottom and thighs

DIY Scrub - a gentle exfoliator that can be made by adding a tsp of brown sugar to a drop or two of oil

Hair - works wonders for damaged hair and further prevents heat damage, tames frizz, while also giving a natural shine 

Razor Burn Treatment -  massage gently into affected area to soothe and repair follicles

Reduce stretch marks - a great way to moisturize and nourish stretch marks that are in need of repair

Lip - oil absorbs rapidly which makes for a quick lip moisturizer and protects against all weather conditions

Cuticles - restore your nails with a drop of oil to promote growth and maintain their strength

How to store Argan oil?

To store and reserve the life of our products we recommended keeping the bottle away from direct sunlight and making sure the lid is on tight. Our Argan oil is sealed away in dark coloured bottles to protect against light that could potentially break down the oil's best properties.

Can Argan oil be used with other moisturizers?

Oils act as a barrier to keep moisture from evaporating out of your skin. They are best applied on slightly damp skin to trap the water in your pores. Use on its own or apply over your moisturizer to lock in all their hydrating ingredients.

Does Argan oil help stretch marks?

The lovely benefits of Argan oil include a boost of vitamin E and omega fatty acids which help to improve elasticity when it comes to stretch marks. Daily use of Argan oil will assist in maintaining healthy, moisturized skin but will also work to prevent any further breakage.