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Argan Oil Benefits for Skincare:

Did you know that Argan Oil is rich in vitamin E and is non-comedogenic (it has a comedogenic rating of 0 i.e. it doesn't clog pores!)? Therefore it is a great face moisturiser which can help regulate your sebum production and reduce breakouts for both dry, sensitive and oily skin. Due to its antioxidant properties, It can also help to reduce the appearance of scars, sun spots, fine lines and wrinkles. Also great for treating eczema, psoriasis, scabies, and even burns and wounds (

With all of these benefits, it is no wonder that Argan Oil is also known as Liquid Gold!

Here are some ways on how you can use Argan oil:

Face: Works great as a moisturiser for dry and also oily skin for over production of sebum control. Regular application will lighten scars and improve skin tone. To reduce fine lines and wrinkles, apply a thin layer, morning and night, after cleansing and patting dry. Rich in Vitamin E, it acts as a natural sunscreen helps protect your skin from harmful UV rays too! Moroccan women have used it for centuries to prevent sun damage and hyper-pigmentation and to maintain a fair complexion. Allow oil to be absorbed before applying make-up.

Skin: Soothes & Reduces Inflammation of Acne, Eczema, Psoriasis & Keratosis Pilaris.

Eyebrow, Eyelash: Apply to stimulate hair growth on eyebrows and eyelashes. Avoid direct contact with eyes.

Hair: Apply to repair dry, damaged hair, to prevent split ends and restore lustre. (More on how to use for Hair Care below)

Scalp: Apply a few drops to scalp for healthy, well-nourished scalp, to prevent dryness and flakiness and treat dandruff. Natural remedy for those with seborrheic dermatitis.

Nails: Apply to nails once a day for strong, healthy, shiny nails to prevent chipping.

How to Use Argan Oil for Hair Care

Argan oil has many great uses for hair and scalp care and treatment. Being naturally high in Vitamin E, medium chain fatty acids, and antioxidants, it can be used to prevent hair loss, promote hair growth and achieve healthy scalp. It can also prevent your hair from breakage from combing and from drying and fizziness, and reduce sebum over-production of oily scalp or address dandruff problems and seborrheic dermatitis on scalp.

  • as a hair conditioner - After washing your hair with shampoo bar, towel-dry your hair to make sure your hair is not dripping wet. Skip the conditioner and rub 3-4 drops (or more depending on hair length) of Argan oil as a leave-in conditioner once or twice a week.
  • as a styling oil - apply a few drops onto clean, dry hair without massaging it into the scalp. Style it however you like!
  • as a hair mask - add 8-10 drops to your palm and apply to hair, adjusting the amount used according to your hair length. Massage your hair and scalp with the Argan Oil for about 10 minutes, ensuring your hair is covered from roots to ends. Wrap your hair in a towel or shower cap and leave it on overnight. Wash your hair in the morning and style as usual.

How to tell Real and pure argan oil from fake argan oil

Real and pure argan oil is:

  • Expensive to produce (if you find a cheap one, it is blended and mixed with other oils!)
  • No stinging or tingly sensation
  • Easy absorbed by skin
  • leaves no greasy or sticky residue
  • Leaves skin supple and smooth


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At The Soap Haven, we're passionate about chemical-free skincare. Our products are made with natural ingredients chosen by our team of skin enthusiasts. We also prioritize a no-animal-testing, cruelty-free process to save your skin and conscience.

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How long does a soap bar last?

Our soap bars last about 40-50 washes and for about four weeks (based on an average person who showers once a day). It all depends on your personal routine, how you store the soap, as well as the size of bar you purchase — obviously, larger ones last longer. Even the amount of natural oils in the soap can affect its lifespan, but three-to-four weeks is a good estimate.

Fun fact — we have a customer who has been using one bar of Tea Tree Soap for her face twice a day, and it has lasted over a year!

How should I store the soap?

Soap don’t really have an expiry date, but how you store them can extend or shorten the “expiry”.

For a bar you’re actively using, we recommend you purchase the Bamboo Charcoal Soap Pouch or our Naturally Anti-Mould Pinewood Soap Dish. This extends the lifespan of your soap by draining water after use and preventing it from becoming slimy and soft in a puddle of water.

You should keep unused bars out of humidity, so we don’t recommend storing them in the bathroom where steam can damage the soap’s integrity. This will prevent moisture getting into the soap so it will last longer — up to one year!

Do you have soaps in liquid form?

No, not at the moment. Liquid soaps require loads of chemical preservatives to give them shelf life. We try to have our soaps in the most natural form — without synthetic chemicals — but we are exploring options in all natural liquid soaps for the future.

Can these soaps be used for babies?

Yes! Our soap bars are very suitable for babies as they are all-natural and chemical-free! For babies, you should opt for are unscented bars with no essential oils. We’ve already handpicked this range for you — see it here.

Are your products halal?

No, they’re not halal certified, but the only animal ingredient used is goat milk. Our soap is all-natural, not animal-tested, contains no artificial chemicals, no petro-chemicals, no synthetic oils, and are made from vegan oils.

  • Our Organic soaps and Olive Oil Based soaps are plant-based and is also made from GMO-Free oils and organic oils.
  • Our Goat Milk range is the only soap with an animal ingredient — 25 % fresh goat’s milk.

You can check the ingredients list for each item on the individual product pages.