The Art of Argan Oil Extraction


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  • Harvesting

The journey of Argan Oil begins with the harvesting of Argan Tree fruits. Indigenous to Morocco, these small, round fruits contain a nut with kernels that hold the key to the oil’s richness.


  • Cracking the Nut

Extracting Argan Oil involves a meticulous process of cracking the hard nut to reveal the small, almond-shaped kernels within. Traditionally, this step is carried out by skilled artisans using traditional tools, emphasizing the manual nature of the process.


  • Grinding and Roasting

After the kernels are obtained, they are either roasted or left raw, depending on the desired outcome. Roasting gives the oil a distinct, nutty aroma. The next step involves grinding the kernels, traditionally using a stone mill, to create a paste.


  • Pressing

The ground paste undergoes pressing to extract the oil. This can be done using mechanical presses or manually, with the latter being a time-honored method that preserves the oil’s purity and nutritional content.


  • Filtration

To refine the extracted oil, it undergoes a filtration process to remove any remaining impurities. This step contributes to the oil’s clarity and enhances its shelf life.


  • Cold-Press Method

For those seeking the highest quality, cold-press extraction is preferred. This method involves pressing the kernels at low temperatures, ensuring that the oil retains its natural properties and remains unaltered by heat.


  • Bottling of Liquid Gold

Finally, pure Argan Oil is ready to be bottled and introduced to the world. Rich in essential fatty acids, antioxidants, and vitamins, Argan Oil becomes a versatile elixir used in SkinCare, HairCare and NailCare.