Review: Foxbrim 100% Pure Argan Oil

April 15, 2015

Foxbrim Argan Oil

Disclosure: I received a product sample in a campaign through Tomoson. No other compensation was received and all opinions are my own.

The many uses of Argan Oil are making this oil very popular. Used as an all over body moisturizer, from your hair down to your toes, use it any where you are dry or need a little moisture. It is great for cuticles and will tame your fly away hairs as well as help split ends and dry scalp.

The oil is from the nut, grown on the Argan Tree, which grows in Morocco. A non greasy oil, it easily absorbs into the skin, drying quickly, making it a great multi purpose product. High in Linoleic and Oleic acid, both high in omega's with anti-inflammatory qualities.

Foxbrim offers a range of quality hair and beauty products that are not tested on animals and are cruelty free. These products are full of premium all-natural and organic ingredients that nourish the skin.

Foxbrim offers moisturizers, cleansers, oils, serums and toners

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Foxbrim Argan Oil

Foxbrim's 100% Pure Organic Argan Oil contains one premium ingredient: 100% Pure EcoCert & USDA Certified Organic Argan Oil. No additives parabens, silicones fillers or fragrances. Sourced directly from Morocco. Known as "Liquid Gold". Abundant in fatty acids, Vitamin E and antioxidants.


For your HAIR:
Use as a leave-in conditioner. Adds natural shine, stop tangles, calms frizzy ends and nourishes and strengthens hair.
For your BODY:
Hydrate under-nourished skin, diminish and eliminate stretch marks, repair cracked heels.
For your FACE:
All day moisturizer for even the most sensitive of skin types. Anti-inflammatory to lessen redness. A great pre-shave oil and natural lip moisturizer.
For your HANDS:
End dryness, cracking and peeling and complete cuticle repair.

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