25 October 2015

..::Product Review::.. TJK Health & Beauty Pure Argan Oil


My Review of the TJK Health & Beauty Pure Argan Oil

What is it exactly?

     From the website. . .
"Argan oil is one of the most rare oils found in the world. It is produced by using kernels of the argan tree, found in Morocco, valued for its nutritious , medicinal and cosmetic properties.

Argan is commonly used for its anti-aging and skin restructuring properties due to the essential fatty acids, antioxidants and vitamin E that are found naturally.

Berber women in Morocco traditionally use argan oil to protect and nourish their hair, skin, and nails from the harsh climate. Recently, agran oil has become popular globally."

Review…


I was sent a 1.66 fl oz bottle of the pure argan oil from TJK Health & Beauty to review. 

This 1.66 fl oz bottle costs $14.97.  Shipping is free with Amazon Prime.


Packaging & Presentation of the TJK Health & Beauty Pure Argan Oil
  
I was happy to see that the argan oil arrived safely.  There were no leaks, nor defects during shipment.  The bottle was wrapped in protective bubble wrap.  The bottle is a brown glass, and the label is white. It is a dropper bottle.


The front of the bottle labels the product, brand, and sizing information.


The right side of the label lists the ingredients, directions (for hair, skin, and nail use), warnings, and contact information.  The left side of the label details more about argan oil in general, and how this particular bottle is unique.  This oil is not tested on animals, is certified USDA Organic, and ECO-Cert.


This bottle didn't necessarily have a safety seal, but it did have a grip lock, so when you twisted the top, it broke the lock.  It's made of plastic, so it wasn't that difficult to do.


The bottom has a sticker with the production date, expiration date, and lot number.


My Personal Experience with the TJK Health & Beauty Pure Argan Oil

This oil is applied with a dropper.  You can use it on your hair, skin, and nails.  Alongside a biotin supplement, this can really change some things!  The oil has a yellowish tint, and it has a bitter smell. It is not watered down, either.




It has a really fast absorption rate, and it produces silk-like effects.  I think that it does a better job at moisturizing than lotion does.



Pros of the TJK Health & Beauty Pure Argan Oil
  • Non-greasy and no residue.
  • This is the perfect hair product.  
  • A small amount goes a long way.
  • Pure and natural.

      Cons of the TJK Health & Beauty Pure Argan Oil
      • I have not found any cons of this oil.
            Summary

            Argan oil has been around forever, but only in the recent years has it been so popular.  I try to incorporate it into a few of my beauty routines, ESPECIALLY my hair!  It works the best on hair and skin, so you can try either.  You can mix this directly with your shampoo, or you can use it as a leave in after you are done with your routine.  That’s the best thing about such a universal oil… you can use it how you please.


            It is a very natural oil, it has a very slight fragrance to it, nothing appalling.  It has a slight color, too.  You apply it with a glass dropper, and this is neat because you can really gauge the amount that you need and are in control of the application.  This is a great price on this—I have seen argan oil go for almost triple this price, so considering this is 100% organic (and the real stuff), I recommend checking this out.  You will love it!

            Are you wanting to try the TJK Health & Beauty Pure Argan Oil, too?  Click the link below, and order away!  

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            DISCLAIMER:  I received the product mentioned above complimentary for review and testing purposes. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.  All opinions stated above are solely mine, and have not been influenced in any way.  I am disclosing this information in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255.

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