These Moroccan Tree Climbing Goats Are Responsible For Your Favorite Beauty Oil

sammy_fedsPublished: October 2, 2017Updated: October 3, 20174,474 views
Published: October 2, 2017Updated: October 3, 2017

It’s not-so-recent discovery has taken the world by storm - the liquid gold of Morocco is now on almost everyone’s vanity table. The virgin oil from the nuts of the Argania tree is the most sought after cosmetic product in the world and for a damn good reason. The antioxidants, Omega-6 fatty acids, and the linoleic acids help fight fine lines, reduce inflammation, heal acne, and minimize scars and stretch marks, makes your hair healthy and so much more.

The Argan tree might not be aesthetically pleasing to look at, but that’s fine, because we and these tree climbing goats are loving its nuts!

These fearless Moroccan goats casually hang out in an Argan tree! Known for their extraordinary climbing abilities, the goats are attracted to the fruits of the Argan tree, and allow themselves to reach it. You can catch this sight on the road between Marrakesh and Essaouira in Morocco.

Here’s how they became responsible for the Argan oil - cosmetic companies may use expensive technology to wring out every last bit of that liquid gold from the nuts, but Moroccan locals wait for the nuts to pass through the goats, before picking them up, washing them thoroughly and grinding the pulp to squeeze out the oily juice.

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