Organic Moringa Oil
In this age of overly complicated beauty products, it’s nice to know you can have a little “superpower” in your bathroom cabinet. An essential ingredient for any skincare routine, Moringa oil is high in oleic and behenic acids to help hydrate sensitive or damaged skin with their anti-inflammatory and skin softening properties.
Moringa oil also acts as a natural hair conditioner restoring strength to follicles that need it most, reduces frizz, and combats scalp flaking.
This deceptively simple oil has everything you need to nourish your skin and hair, all in one little bottle.
- Dry skin
- Inflammation & redness
- Aging skin
- Dry hair & flaky scalp
Recommended for: All skin types/All hair types
Moisturizes: Naturally rich in oleic acid, which supports a healthy skin barrier. It helps to hydrate, soften, and smooth skin. Light and non-greasy, absorbing easily into the skin and improving overall elasticity.
Restores Skin Tone: Helps to smooth skin, fight acne, lighten dark spots, and prevent blackheads. Moringa’s Vitamin A content helps to build collagen, while Vitamin C works to fight aging.
Reduces Inflammation: High in antioxidants to help reduce redness from acne or blisters, and even calm itchiness dry or irritated skin.
Moisturizes Scalp: The vitamins and minerals found in moringa oil help to keep hair moisturized, combat dandruff, reduce frizziness, and prevent future breakage.
Strengthens Hair Strands: Keratin, a type of protein found in moringa oil, can help strengthen hair, prevent split ends, and give the appearance of a full, glossy look.
Directions for Skin
As part of your daily skincare regimen, gently massage 3-4 drops of moringa seed oil on face, neck, and chest after cleansing. Best applied after your serums and moisturizers.
Directions for Hair
For hair care, add a full drop into your hand, rub palms together and apply directly to your hair. Start from the end and work your way to the roots, then follow by lightly combing or brushing to distribute.
Can be used as a beard oil if you're up for sharing.