Monday, April 7, 2014

GIVEAWAY and Review: Foxbrim Argan Oil

Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.

I am not stranger to Argan oil, but the Foxbrim brand is new to me. I have been using Argan oil for a couple years now after is was recommended by a hair stylist because I have processed naturally curly hair and was told it would absorb in to the hair and not just be on the surface of the hair, so it becomes part of my hair and replenishes it. Up to this point I have only been using it on my hair and I can show you some before and after pictures below, but I also decided to try it on my son's dry eczema patches (which since it is spring now are pretty much gone, but little dry spots left).


You can see that my hair does have some shine it it already because I have been using argan oil, but I need a hair cut badly and so my ends are kind of dry (the hair cut is coming this weekend when my daughter and I go in and get cuts and make donations to Locks of Love (mine, since I have processed hair) and Pantene Beautiful Lengths (since she had virgin hair.)

I do want to mention that Foxbrim Argan oil is 100% argan oil from Morocco. This is very important to know because Moroccan oil has gotten a lot of attention as a wonderful beauty product in the media, but yo need to make sure you are getting 100% argan oil. Some products that call themselves Moroccan oil contain other products and oils besides argan oil, so be sure to read the ingredients list to make sure you know what you are getting.


Using just a dime size amount of argan oil on my entire head of hair I can instantly add more shine and as the day continues the argan oil will be absorbed more and more into my hair and moisturize it.


So, here I decided to try it on my son's eczema spots since it is a good moisturizer, but it also says it is good for reliving redness and reducing inflammation. We are at the tale end of the winter eczema season for my kids, so this is really nothing, but I thought it was the perfect small spot to test out to make sure that they didn't feel anything because believe it or not there have been different eczema creams that sting my kids although the interesting thing is that what stings one is the best eczema cream for the other and vice versa. So, I was very excited to see that this was absorbed right away in to the skin of my son and cleared up that dryness. I plan to try this on my daughter as well and have my fingers crossed that she responds just as well and then I will no longer have to buy eczema creams and just use argan oil that I am already buying for myself.

You can buy Foxbrim Argan Oil on Amazon.


After reading the reviews on Amazon, I know now that the next place I am going to try it out is on my nails. I have always had nails (both fingers and toes) that peel and crack and I am going to see if argan oil will help me with those.

Product Description from Fox Brim

This is 100% pure certified organic argan oil. Sourced directly from Morocco with no additives, fragrances or parabens. This is 100% Arginia Spinosa.

Foxbrim's 100% Pure Argan Oil is an excellent option for those looking for the all-natural solution for radiant beauty. Argan oil provides multiple benefits for both skin and hair. Rich in Vitamin E and essential fatty acids, argan oil has become known as 'liquid gold' by cultures the world over as the ultimate beauty oil.

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30 comments:

Erinn Sluka said...

This looks great for use in your hair. I would love to use it my hair as well

CouponDiva said...

looks like i could use it in my hair too :D

Jessibeth Vicenty said...

Hair!! It looks like it work :D

The Secret Life of a SAHM said...

I would love to try this! I have really dry and frizzy hair

Kelly said...

I've never used argan oil, so I'm not sure yet. Maybe I'd try it on my daughter's dry arms and cheeks.

latanya t said...

I use it on my face and on my hair

Rhonda said...

The results look amazing! My legs get so dry in winter and this might help! Thanks

Elizabeth Oo said...

Wow! What a difference! I use name brand argan oil, but am definitely willing to try others!

bxcrochet said...

I haven't hear of this brand but your hair look so much softer. I have to try this on my head.

Michelle F.

MikiHope said...

I have never heard of this brand but have heard great things about Argon Oil. I don't need it on my hair but my nails sure could use some. Will be checking it out!

ColleenMarie82 said...

My son still gets a little excema or Psorious on his scalp I might try this to see if it improves.

Amanda H said...

For my face & hair.

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Lexie Lane said...

Wow! Amazing what this has done! There is really a HUGE difference here! I've gotta try this now!

Julie said...

I would use this on my hair and skin!

Marija said...

I would use it in my hair.

persephoniekali said...

Hair and body - it is super dry here!

Felicia said...

I have hypothyroidism which has always made my hair and skin very dry...then a year ago I had a total hysterectomy that only added fuel to that fire! This would probably work wonders on this dry mess over here! :)

Elizabeth said...

This sounds perfect for my dry skin!

Holly said...

I would use it on my hair!

Cori Westphal said...

I use it on my face when it gets dry and flaky! And my cuticles!

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Marisa Johnson said...

My scalp is incredibly dry in some places, and I have tried so much. I'm so very interested to try this on there to see if it would help!

Angela snoozy said...

I would use it on my hair!

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Kendra Gillilan said...

Would be great on hair, love it
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yb said...

I would use the argan oil form my hair and feet.

Sky Evans said...

I'd use it on my hair

eclairre said...

i would use it in my hair

Ryan and Abby said...

I need it for the ends of my hair! They very quickly get dry and frizzy.

Gail Williams said...

I would use this for my natural curly hair to keep frizz down.

Mary said...

I would use it one my hair.