Ingredients: Moringa’s opulent oil is odourless, clear, non-sticky, very stable, and has a slightly nutty taste. Dr. Debra Jaliman, New York Dermatologist says, “Moringa oil is packed with vitamins A, B, and C. It stacks up against other popular oils since it has many therapeutic properties,” she says. “It’s an antioxidant, antibacterial, antimicrobial, and anti-inflammatory. It’s a good exfoliant as well as an emollient.” With an oleic acid content of over 72% Moringa oil is deeply moisturising for wrinkles or dry skin conditions. It can be kept for three years without going rancid due to its high antioxidants.
Description: This cold-Pressed USDA certified organic Moringa Oil is a superfine oil with a broad range of nutrients and a fresh green aroma. Offering benefits for health, skin, and hair, it can be used on its own for skin and hair needs or blended with other ingredients for specialty treatments. It can also be taken with food/
drinks (up to 1 teaspoon) as a nutrient source.
1. Moringa oil is light, so easily absorbed, non-comedogenic, and antibacterial.
2. Oil-rich Moringa gives a stunning sheen to hair while it’s emollient, anti-fungal, and antibacterial properties protect the scalp and keep it moisturised. For lustrous locks and a flake-free scalp massage 5mls warm Moringa oil into the scalp and comb through the hair.
3. Ancient Indian treatment system Ayurveda advocates Moringa’s soothing, healing, and moisturising magic for acne, scars, eczema, psoriasis, and dry cuticles.
What does “organic” mean?
The term “organic” refers to the way agricultural products are grown and processed. While the regulations vary from country to country, in general, organic crops must be grown without the use of synthetic herbicides, pesticides, and fertilisers, or bioengineered genes (GMOs)