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About Argan Oil

The Berber people, who live in the south-west of Morocco, have produced and treasured argan oil for centuries. The ancient argania spinosa tree grows exclusively in this region.
The oil comes from cold-pressing the seed of the argan fruit. The process of collection and extraction involves several stages and skilled hand work. It takes 15 hours and 30kg of fruit to produce just one litre.
Argan oil boasts many unique health and medicinal properties which has led to it’s recent recognition in the Western World. This includes the exceptionally high Vitamin E level, which makes it a very powerful antioxidant.
Used externally, it is cell rebuilding and therefore fantastic on the skin and hair. Internally, it has been proven amongst other things to aid digestion, lower bad cholesterol and control blood sugar levels.


We are partnered with farmers Sidi Yassine in Morocco, and together we ensure that every stage of production is monitored carefully. We are even able to trace your bottle back to the tree it came from.
We set out to be the best not the biggest and not only are we proud to be supplying a product that benefits our customers’ health but the livelihood of others and the preservation of a UNESCO protected tree.
We help provide jobs for over 600 berber women, whose expertise in producing argan oil is unrivalled. We ensure they are paid fairly and directly for their time. Most of these women were deprived of a formal education, and so we are involved in projects which aim to give their children proper schooling.
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Arganic, as good as it gets

Our oil is 100% pure argan oil.
Our seeds are cold pressed immediately after extraction
(This is in order to avoid any oxidation and to ensure the maximum flavour and nutrient value).
We proudly operate in an ethical manner in order to benefit everyone involved.
Our oil is traceable, and we even know exactly which tree your bottle came from.
“A revelation with cashew nut like flavour from the first cold press of the seeds from the fruit of the Argan tree”
Sudi Pigott Food journalist

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