THE NEW YORK TIMES

THE NEW YORK TIMES

“Argan oil, derived from the nuts of argan trees in Morocco and naturally high in vitamin E, essential fatty acids and antioxidants, has become a star ingredient in products meant to moisturize and control curly hair. Now it’s appearing in luxury skin-care products, too. Kahina, an organic skin-care line based on argan oil extracted by Berber women (above), is the first offering of Giving Beauty, a company collaborating (and sharing proceeds) with women’s cooperatives around the world. There is a facial cleanser with willow bark, papaya extracts and honey ($46); an unscented moisturizer ($58); and an eye serum with peptides and an oil-soluble form of vitamin C ($78). At retailers like Bergdorf Goodman, Urban Zen and Shen Beauty in Brooklyn, as well as givingbeauty.com.”

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