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By now, you’ve probably heard of argan oil. But most people don’t realize that the buzzy ingredient has been a staple of Moroccan women for centuries—they use it to protect skin and hair against the fierce desert sun. For those of us who live in cooler climates, this 100 percent organic oil is no less of a lifesaver—it softens fine lines on our faces, adds suppleness to our strands, and protects against pollutants. You’ll be glad to know that Kahina™ gets its fair trade argan oil straight from the source: it’s sustainably produced by women’s cooperatives in Morocco using ancient harvesting techniques.
This is amazing! I put it on my legs and arms before going out one night, and they were soft for the rest of the week.4
I really liked the argan oil. I've always known you could use it in your hair and never have until this sample. I liked it but I like using coconut oil better.4
Loved this oil! Very good and i loved using it in my hair. Very versatile product that would be good for almost anyone!4
It was not enough for my long hair so i tried it on the ends, i like it a little bit, buts its s pricy for my length of hair. im on a bugdet2
Loved it! I usually love facial oils and have never tried argan oil before, so this was pretty cool. I mixed it with moisturizer and put it on before bed and when I wake up, my skin feels much softer. So excited to rebuy!4
I love how well it moisturizes, but doens't leave my face oiling and that's something I always look for.4
I already have a bottle of organic argan oil from Julep. But I will say Kahina's is thicker and feels a bit more luxurious than Julep's argan oil.5
i found that instead of making my hair silky and mending my split ends, it made my hair even more dry feeling and quite stiff3
I really liked the way this made my skin feel but I wish it had a better sent to it.4
I've used other argan oil before, specifically Josie Moran and Moroccanoil, and it's worked great. That being said, Kahina left my hair dry, frizzy, and stiff, quite the opposite of what it's supposed to do.1