BUT your pets can benefit from Argan Oil, too.
We are pug lovers. At the time of writing my parents had these two pugs pictured below, Elliot and Oliver. Oliver is still around, and another gorgeous black pug has been added. His name is Cash. We like to say he was won at a lucky hand of poker. But in reality, he was a rescue.
As you can see our pugs all have a very rough lives. ;)
One thing about pugs – their little noses get dry. Our pugs are all spoiled and get their noses moisturized with Argan Oil every single day. Elliot, the poor guy, had allergies. And he often got itchy. Everyone knows what it’s like to have an itch and end up scratching and scratching and scratching. Your poor skin suffers. A lot. When Elliot got the itchies he was always happy to see our little blue bottle come out. Argan Oil soothed his worst spots and healed them more quickly, too.
The oil is also excellent for tired paws (especially during a snowy winter when sidewalks have salt on them).
It also works so well for troubled ears. It cleans them out and it soothes and heals them. (Just put some Argan Oil on a cotton pad and swipe their ears out gently.)
And it is also good for any minor wounds or scrapes your pet might get.
Be assured that our Argan Oil is safe to use on your pets. Remember that Argan Oil is actually eaten daily by many Moroccans. Our raw, cosmetic grade Argan Oil doesn’t taste quite as yummy as it’s roasted, culinary counterpart, but it is certainly safe for consumption if your pet licks the spot you’re using the oil on.
So yes, our dogs get Argan Oil on their noses, feet, ears and itchy spots. And they LOVE it. I mean, who wouldn't?
Hmmm. I wonder what would happen if we put it on their facial wrinkles? Would they disappear?
Have a good day all!