When using the Argan Oil on my hair, I used it quite sparsely as my hair gets greasy quickly. I'd towel try my hair and then use a few pipette drops, rub into my hands and then run through the bottom third of my hair. The results were smoothing, soft and kept fly-aways to a minimum, however I think I prefer my Aussie hair leave in conditioners to do the same type of effect. I doubt I'll use it much for my hair, as it was with my skin that I found the best results. I tried this as a moisturiser on the skin after baths, and wow does it keep your skin feeling hydrated. I last used it yesterday morning, and even now after showering, my skin still feels that little bit more smooth, soft and almost healthy? There's nothing worse than leathery feeling skin and this just brings all the bounce and life back into skin that's needed. I generally used it on my skin once or twice a week, but definitely no more as I think that would be too much for my type of skin. Another thing I used it for was a bath oil. I'd drop maybe two full pipettes into the bath and have a good soak. Again, it made my skin feel very lubricated and relaxed which was a nice touch to your average bath. A little goes a long way with this product and I'd say I've used one tenth of the bottle, so it's a good money saver.
Downsides for me was the smell. It's a natural, organic, veggie and vegan friendly product which is great, but I just can't hack the smell. I can deal with it in small doses but it doesn't smell like something I'd want to put on my body. It's fabulous that it's a wonder oil that you can use for practically anything, but the smell puts me right off. I will continue to use it, but probably not as much as I have to the process of trying it. I love me some gorgeous fragrances and this just doesn't have it!
You can buy Argan Oil from Holland and Barrett for £12.99.
Has anyone else tried Argan Oil?