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An Adventurer’s Guide to the Best Argan Oil in Marrakech

In Marrakech these days, the streets are paved with gold Liquid gold, that is Argan oilAll rights reserved. End to end, shop by shop, in the narrow alleyways of the souk and on display in the rollicking central Jemaa el Fnaa, this transcendental beauty elixir is as copious as Morocco’s sultry sunshine Argan oil’s praises have been sung by Selena Gomez , Madonna , and Kim Kardashian West , an A-list of enduring beauties who are said to slick themselves generously with it as a vital and possibly transformative component to their skin-care regimens

The argan tree grows only in the Sous Valley, a 9,900-square-mile area south and east of the Atlantic beach resort of EssaouiraUse of this site constitutes acceptance of our User Agreement effective 122014 and Privacy Policy Effective 122014. Women’s cooperatives have sprung up throughout the area and have greatly improved the livelihoods of Berber women, who are tasked with the production of argan oil (Many Western brands, such as Neal’s Yard Remedies, have partnered with these co-ops) The nuts resemble almonds in their whole form, and once they are cracked with the help of stones, the fruit is ground into thick paste from which the oil is extracted Or the nuts are roasted and reduced by the cold-press process into cooking oil

Located in an immaculate but otherwise nondescript mall on the road to the Menara, the Nectarome boutique brims with creams and oils fashioned from Morocco’s most fragrant healing plants—rose, orange blossom, Barbary fig, lavender, rosewood There is ghassoul soap made from the country’s famous restorative clay, and luscious nigel and sweet almond oils for the skinTiled and toasty from the heat of the steam rooms, the space was thick with an aromatic bouquet of orange flower, lavender, and rose, as well as a hint of eucalyptus from black soap used in traditional hammam rituals. Its argan oil is as pure as it gets—cold-pressed, along with all of the extracts used in the line, in its own organic gardens located in the Ourika Valley, just 20 miles from Marrakech Best to apply argan oil neat, but I could not resist a bottle of the most divine concoction I’ve ever smelled— a serum of argan, neroli, and fig oilsThe material on this site may not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached, or otherwise used, except with the prior written permission of Cond Nast.

One more cream bears mentioning, which I dug into in a fit of argan frenzy in the Majorelle Blue and sunset-orange halls of the Mamounia spa The building was recently renovated to desert perfection, but the 20-acre garden remains as it was when the hotel was built in 1923—a green oasis of rosebushes and flowering plants lined with palm, orange, and ancient olive trees

I crossed into the richly embellished but thoroughly Zen interior pool, framed by white Moroccan arches and mosaiced columns, and soon found myself in the deep sanctuary of the spa Tiled and toasty from the heat of the steam rooms, the space was thick with an aromatic bouquet of orange flower, lavender, and rose, as well as a hint of eucalyptus from black soap used in traditional hammam rituals

Here, they use the product line MarocMaroc , based in the capital Rabat, for many of the treatments (the pure organic argan oil sold in the hotel’s boutique is created for La Mamounia by Les Arômes du Maroc ) The line’s facial cream, Richesse d’Arganier, is a blend of argan oil, honey, and date extract Buttery, rich, and full-bodied, I swear I could feel it tend to all that ailed me, smoothing out the creases and bringing that sunlit Marrakech glow to my face

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An Adventurer’s Guide to the Best Argan Oil in Marrakech

An Adventurer’s Guide to the Best Argan Oil in Marrakech

In Marrakech these days, the streets are paved with gold Liquid gold, that isArgan oil. End to end, shop by shop, in the narrow alleyways of the souk and on display in the rollicking central Jemaa el Fnaa, this transcendental beauty elixir is as copious as Moroccos sultry sunshine. Argan oil End to end, shop by shop, in the narrow alleyways of the souk and on display in the rollicking central Jemaa el Fnaa, this transcendental beauty elixir is as copious as Morocco’s sultry sunshine Argan oil’s praises have been sung by Selena Gomez , Madonna , and Kim Kardashian West , an A-list of enduring beauties who are said to slick themselves generously with it as a vital and possibly transformative component to their skin-care regimens

The argan tree grows only in the Sous Valley, a 9,900-square-mile area south and east of the Atlantic beach resort of Essaouira Women’s cooperatives have sprung up throughout the area and have greatly improved the livelihoods of Berber women, who are tasked with the production of argan oilLocated in an immaculate but otherwise nondescript mall on the road to the Menara, the Nectarome boutique brims with creams and oils fashioned from Moroccos most fragrant healing plantsrose, orange blossom, Barbary fig, lavender, rosewood. (Many Western brands, such as Neal’s Yard Remedies, have partnered with these co-ops) The nuts resemble almonds in their whole form, and once they are cracked with the help of stones, the fruit is ground into thick paste from which the oil is extracted Or the nuts are roasted and reduced by the cold-press process into cooking oil

Located in an immaculate but otherwise nondescript mall on the road to the Menara, the Nectarome boutique brims with creams and oils fashioned from Morocco’s most fragrant healing plants—rose, orange blossom, Barbary fig, lavender, rosewood There is ghassoul soap made from the country’s famous restorative clay, and luscious nigel and sweet almond oils for the skinThe building was recently renovated to desert perfection, but the 20acre garden remains as it was when the hotel was built in 1923a green oasis of rosebushes and flowering plants lined with palm, orange, and ancient olive trees. Its argan oil is as pure as it gets—cold-pressed, along with all of the extracts used in the line, in its own organic gardens located in the Ourika Valley, just 20 miles from Marrakech Best to apply argan oil neat, but I could not resist a bottle of the most divine concoction I’ve ever smelled— a serum of argan, neroli, and fig oils

One more cream bears mentioning, which I dug into in a fit of argan frenzy in the Majorelle Blue and sunset-orange halls of the Mamounia spa The building was recently renovated to desert perfection, but the 20-acre garden remains as it was when the hotel was built in 1923—a green oasis of rosebushes and flowering plants lined with palm, orange, and ancient olive trees

I crossed into the richly embellished but thoroughly Zen interior pool, framed by white Moroccan arches and mosaiced columns, and soon found myself in the deep sanctuary of the spa Tiled and toasty from the heat of the steam rooms, the space was thick with an aromatic bouquet of orange flower, lavender, and rose, as well as a hint of eucalyptus from black soap used in traditional hammam rituals

Here, they use the product line MarocMaroc , based in the capital Rabat, for many of the treatments (the pure organic argan oil sold in the hotel’s boutique is created for La Mamounia by Les Arômes du Maroc ) The line’s facial cream, Richesse d’Arganier, is a blend of argan oil, honey, and date extract Buttery, rich, and full-bodied, I swear I could feel it tend to all that ailed me, smoothing out the creases and bringing that sunlit Marrakech glow to my face

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