It’s purely by chance that I even ended up trying Oil Arganic Dry Oil but I’m very glad I did. It’s one of the nicest body oils I think I’ve ever come across and if I was doing awards, I’d slap one right on Oil Arganic. It’s fairly obvious from the bottle what it is – an organic blend of Argan, although I notice that Argan appears fourth on the ingredients label preceded by Olive Fruit Oil, Capric/Caprylic triglyceride (a coconut oil derivative) and Orange Peel Oil.
It’s a dry oil, which means your skin isn’t slick with product – it just massages right in. But, it gives a very soft barrier feeling over the skin that has me caressing the back of my hand (where I have it right now) just for the feel of it. Oil Arganic smells orangey but that quickly fades away so you’re free to wear your fragrance or whatever with fear of scent clashes. Oil Arganic is indicated for face, body, hair, nails, scars and stretch marks although I’d take the latter two with a pinch of salt, but as oils go, it’s one of the best I’ve found and a brilliant multi-purpose product for the beauty cupboard. It’s part of the Tan Organic line-up and is £24.99 HERE.
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This sounds so great – but orange is the only scent I can’t tolerate. I’m beginning to think I’m a fussy whatsit.