Argan oil, more commonly referred to as Moroccan Oil, is considered as liquid gold for the hair and skin. It is a plant oil produced from the kernels of the Argan tree which is a native of Morocco. It can be used in various ways in our daily life.....as a facial moisturizer, leave in hair conditioner, exfoliating lip scrub and moisturizer, cuticle and heel softener, body and bath oil. I use this as a leave in conditioner every time I wash my hair and sometimes as a facial moisturizer too, and despite having oily skin, it get absorbed immediately leaving a soft non oily feel and look. Along with its cosmetic properties, it has various nutritive properties.
Back in January this year, Ronav’s grandparents gifted him an easel, canvas papers and paints. We spent one Saturday afternoon creating this finger painting. He painted the entire thing himself with a few inputs from me. At that time he had little knowledge of what the roots of trees really do. So when I explained the roots help in anchorage and nutrition, he made them round and big to give his trees maximum nutrients. He also painted two suns. When I asked him the reason for doing that, this was his explanation “One sun is up in the sky to give us light and one sun is close to my trees to help them grow stronger and taller quickly.” The imaginative minds of young kids! Needless to say that we have saved this one!