Our Argan Oil
Our Argan Oil comes straight from the most ethical sources in Morocco i.e the cooperatives. It is produced and harvested entirely by the native women of Morocco. Our Argan Oil is 100% Natural....lets pause there for a second. Considering, the lack of regulation on personal care industry, any one could write natural and get away with it. So what exactly do we mean by natural?
100% Organic ✔
100% Pure ✔
Preservative free ✔
Chemical Free ✔
Not Diluted ✔
This is how we define Natural at "The Pure Bottle" and we didn't just stop there, we took a step further and ensured that our Argan Oil only comes from suppliers that are actively helping their underprivileged woman workers create a more sustainable lifestyle.
Now that we have given a brief introduction on our Argan Oil lets answer some common questions you may have.
Anybody can make claims, how can I be absolutely sure your Argan Oil is the real thing?
You are 100% Spot on there. Anybody could make claims and get away with it, in most cases without even being scrutinized. So how can you be really sure if Argan Oil is authentic or not. The good news is, here is a 6 step guide to assess any brand of Argan Oil and determine whether it's the real deal.
Is your Argan Oil safe to use?
At "The Pure Bottle" your well being is our first priority. We would never sell you a product which isn't best for you.
Argan Oil is extracted from Argan tree nuts. The tree nuts considered priority allergens are almonds, Brazil nuts, cashews, hazelnuts, macadamia nuts, pecans, pine nuts, pistachio nuts and walnuts. Although, argan nut is not on the list of the priority allergens, it would be best to avoid the use of argan oil if you have tree nut allergy.
If you are not struggling with nut allergy then Argan Oil perfectly fine for you.
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Our sincere gratitude to Elizabeth Goldenberg for sharing with us the list of tree nuts that are considered priority allergens.