Face-Body-Hair Berber Oil
50 ml - Euro 19,50
This innovative dry oil spray moisturises, nourishes and protects the face, body and hair.
With a more than 99% natural formula, it combines 7 precious herbal oils: Argan, Orange, Pistachio, Olive, Rice, Sweet Almonds and Grapeseeds, which make the skin immediately smoother and the hair soft and shiny. It helps prevent dehydration and dryness and provides an immediate feeling of comfort and well-being to even the driest and most sensitive of skins.
Berber Oil is a light-textured, non-greasy and delicately scented preparation which is quickly absorbed. It can be used as a beauty treatment in a bewildering variety of situations.
It can be used on facial skin, spraying a small amount in the palm of your hand and then gently massaging it on your face to help absorption. It can be sprayed directly onto the rest of the body, massaging briefly to promote even coverage and help absorption. To apply the product to your hair, spray a small amount in the palm of your hand or spray directly onto wet or dry hair, then massage through the mid-lengths and ends. No rinsing needed.
From the desert of the Berbers, an ancient tree: the secret of a long youth.
The main character of the Argà Line is the Organic Argan Oil, a vegetable origin substance which the Berbers have been using for centuries for its wonderful dermatological and medical characteristics.
Argà is a full line for face, body and hair treatments, ideal to fight dehydration, dryness, excessive sensitivity to external environmental factors. In Argà we find the beauty elisir of Berbers women, the secret to ensure softness and brightness to skin and hair over time.
Natural Active Ingredients
Organic Argan Oil, Moringa Oleifera, Karité Butter, Sweet Almond Oil, Redbush Tea, Vegetal Proteins, Hyaluronic Acid
A special packaging
The image created by famous illustrator Alessandra Scandella recalls the iconic symbols of the Berber world, a tribute to Argan and its homeland. The stylised profile of a woman invokes strong, refined femininity; in the foreground, a Henna tattooed hand, as in the Berber tradition, is immediately reminiscent of Morocco, and the image of a plant suggests the naturalness of the product.