It's the battle of the oils.  So many beauty brands now feature Argan Oil or Moroccan Oil as a key ingredient or important component in their formula.  We wanted to know exactly what the difference is between these oils and what makes beauty lovers choose one over the other.  Which of these popular oils for hair and skin should we use?  Is either one better than the other?

Native to Morocco, Argan Oil comes from the Argan Tree. This golden-colored oil is extracted from kernels produced by the tree. Coveted for centuries, Argan Oil is highly prized as both a rich gourmet ingredient for betterment of health, as well as an age-old beauty secret. Studies on the ingesting Argan oil reveal the nutty-flavored oil may have heart-health benefits similar to that of olive oil.  As a beauty regime, however, Argan Oil has many benefits. It contains very high levels of Vitamin E and fatty acids, ideal for helping to treat many skin ailments and blemishes.

Argan oil has multiple beauty uses. It can be applied to the face, body, hair and cuticles, and is often added to other products.  It helps to treat split ends, treat acne, dry and irritated skin, and prevent scarring from unwanted blemishes. Argan Oil is also touted as an effective anti-aging product, helping to minimize fine lines and wrinkles.  With so many benefits, it's no wonder this oil is highly prized and also said to be highly expensive.