Kaeline Argarôme Bain (bath) Argan Oil
An unforgettable bath!! In addition to the wonderful smell (lavender, rosemary & lemon), this argan oil is the best product I have ever found for my skin. Can't believe that an oil can actually not leave my skin greasy - just soft and smooth. Even better, it is 100% natural, no chemicals, preservatives, and the argan itself is completely organic. I saw a video on You Tube how argan oil is produced in Morocco by all-women cooperatives and it provides fair wages and help them support their families. The Kaeline products I have tried come in beautiful bottles (recyclable glass) which was a nice surprise because I usually expect products that are good for you to look functional, not nice enough to display. I think Kaeline is definitely an affordable luxury but still not well known in the US. I have to buy it online (no big deal and cheap to ship) but I hope more stores and spas will start selling it. I almost hate to brag on it because I am afraid that everybody will read this and they will sell out (-: If you are bath diva like me, you will love it!!
Argarôme® soir (night) is a unique major repairing concentrate for the evening. 100% natural, it combines argan oil with lavender essential oil, famous for its regenerating power.
Argan oil is simply my favorite organic skin care product. The 100% argan by Kaeline can be used on the hair and nails as well. It is not greasy - the skin drinks it right in. Hard to believe but I am living proof. Sure I hint... Argan oil is simply my favorite organic skin care product. The 100% argan by Kaeline can be used on the hair and nails as well. It is not greasy - the skin drinks it right in. Hard to believe but I am living proof. Sure I hint that I am 40ish but what if I told you I was really 70 and that my amazing unlined skin and youthful glow is all because of argan oil. Are you laughing?! Me too, I am really only 65. Seriously, its great for clearing up eczema, psoriasis, and other skin issues. And, it clears up acne. No chemicals, numbered bottles, needles, or gritty little facial souring pads.