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3 Moroccan Oils for Dry Feet

Moroccan oil, also known as argan oil, is made from the kernels of argan tree fruit found almost exclusively in Morocco. It’s rich in essential fatty acids, carotenes and powerful antioxidants like vitamin E, which all help to support healthy skin and hair. The fatty acids in Moroccan oil especially make it a great moisturizer for dry skin in need of some TLC. So, if you suffer from dry, cracked feet, you may want to give it a try. It’s even known to provide a protective coating over any cracks or fissures to prevent them from getting worse or potentially infected. Morrocan oil is also mostly odorless so it’s ideal for anyone that’s sensitive to strong smells. Ahead, we rounded up a few products on the market for you to consider.

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1. Pura D'or Moroccan Argan Oil

This 100% pure Moroccan oil comes in a bottle that contains 4 fluid ounces.

Pros: The pump mechanism makes it easy to dispense.

Cons: Some may find it to be a tad runny.

Pura D'or Moroccan Argan Oil
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2. Tree Hut Shea Moisturizing Radiance Moroccan Rose Oil

Coming in a smaller 1.6 fluid ounce bottle, this formula includes shea butter for extra hydrating effects.

Pros: It’s rose-scented and includes a glass dropper for application.

Cons: Some may wish it came in a bigger bottle.

Tree Hut Shea Moisturizing Radiance Moroccan Rose Oil
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3. Moroccanoil Dry Body Oil

This spray-on oil is infused with argan, olive and avocado oils.

Pros: It’s available in two sizes to choose from and offers a unique scent.

Cons: The pump may be finicky for some.

Moroccanoil Dry Body Oil
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