Being and looking beautiful is a never ending process that we need to follow with respect, care, and of course knowledge. Since the cosmetics industry is worth billions of dollars, it can be easily understood that there will be an ever-growing number of new cosmetics companies, beauty salons, beauty professionals entering the industry on a daily basis. In most of the cases, there is an over-supply of beauty products found on the market. Therefore, it is very difficult to find trustworthy products that you can use daily as part of your skin care and hair care routine. Choosing the right face moisturizer or the right hair care conditioner is more than essential. Products that are not natural and of the finest quality may turn into your worst enemy instead of helping you achieve the beauty standards that you desire. An ever growing number of beauty experts and lab scientists suggest using 100% natural and organic beauty products. In this way not only you will get a natural outcome, but you will also avoid any side effects.
Moroccan Heritage™ is one of these rare companies that respect the rich beauty tradition of Morocco and proudly presents a purely organic and 100% natural series of beauty products that will protect and enhance the youthfulness and freshness of your body.
Prickly pear seed oil, aka barbary fig seed oil, is made of the cactus Opuntia Ficus Indica. The best quality Opuntia Ficus Indica is being found in the desert landscape of Morocco. Regardless of its very rough appearance, this cactus hides in its seeds one of the best kept Moroccan beauty secrets. Prickly pear seed oil is probably one of the best nutrients for skin care treatments and it acts as a great face moisturizer.
Over the last years, there is an ever growing number of beauty products being promoted that claim to have prickly pear seed oil of the finest quality, but is this really the case?
The Moroccan culture has evolved over time with beauty being in its epicenter. Ways of being beautiful internally and externally was something that many wise people have tried to find. And they eventually did, when they’ve tried and experienced the great benefits of barbary fig seed oil (aka prickly pear seed oil) and argan oil. It has to be said that the Moroccan barbary fig seed oil is of the finest quality. Even though nowadays we have evolved and try to substitute everything with technology, we will never be able to exceed the wisdom of nature and the knowledge surrounding it that has matured over the centuries.
And in a fast changing world, what remains unchanged is our need to be beautiful. Of course, there is nothing better than using pure 100% natural organic ingredients in beauty cosmetics.
This is exactly what Moroccan Heritage™ is focusing on. Nature has the answers to any beauty problems and Moroccan Heritage™, by following the beauty traditions from Morocco, has developed over the years a carefully selected collection of skin care and hair care products made with 100% natural organic ingredients, such as barbary fig seed oil.
The desire for beauty is as old as our existence. Being beautiful makes us feel strong, confident, and surely have a positive attitude towards life. There are many beauty products out there that try to convince that they have all it needs for immediate and spectacular beauty results. But how many of these beauty products are 100% natural with pure organic ingredients. And even more, how many of these beauty products are based on the extremely beneficial barbary fig seed oil (aka prickly pear seed oil) ???
Of course you may wonder what makes this oil so special and unique. Well, the barbary fig seed oil benefits are many and no one knows better its secrets and how to produce it, than Moroccan people.
Barbary Fig Seed Oil (also known as Cactus Oil, or Prickly Pear Seed Oil) is the new “IT” oil of the moment, as sublime Argan oil in the amount of anti-oxidants and vitamin E it contains. It also contains linoleic acid, which helps in curing acne and soften and heal skin as well. It has ten times the benefits of Argan oil – Can you believe that?