The Moringa tree is referred to as the miracle tree because all parts of the tree are utilized for their considerable nutritive, therapeutic and skin care benefits.
The nutritive seeds of the Moringa tree contain approximately 40% oil. The beneficial properties of Moringa Oil were documented by ancient cultures. Romans used Moringa Oil extensively in perfumery work, and Egyptians used it to help protect their skin from brutal desert conditions.
Moringa Oil is also known as Behen Oil because it contains up to 10% Behenic Acid. Behenic Acid is a saturated fat that lends to the stability of the oil and is exceptionally moisturizing to the skin and hair. It is similar in composition to Olive Oil. Moringa Oil is light and spreads easily on the skin.
Our Moringa Oil is expeller pressed from premium quality Moringa oleifera seeds and is then gently filtered. It is packaged and stored to maintain the purity, freshness and beneficial properties of this remarkably nutritive, pressed oil.
- Highly Stable
- Absorbs Quickly
- Mild, Nutty Aroma
- Light Viscosity
- Dark Yellow Hue
- Highly Moisturizing
Moringa Oil is a highly stable, penetrating oil. It helps to improve the appearance and radiance of the skin and is a remarkably nutritive addition to facial creams, serums, lip care products, hair products, make-up, after-sun care preparations, shaving products, massage and other cosmetic formulations. It is a balancing oil and is suitable for dry, oily and combination skin.
Within hair care applications, Moringa Oil is regarded as a cleansing oil because it helps to rid the scalp and hair of dirt and foreign residue.
Moringa Oil is also known for its ability to act as a natural fixative as it helps stabilize volatile and flighty fragrances.
Moringa Oil is Perfectly Suited for the Following Personal Care Applications:
- Skin Care
- Lip Care
- Hair Care
- Nail Care
Recommended Usage Rate:
*Typical Shelf Life begins on the date of manufacture and is defined as the typical shelf life of an ingredient when it is stored and handled properly. The Typical Shelf Life is offered as a general guideline. It should not be considered to be an expiration date. Many ingredients are usable beyond the stated date, especially when stored and handled very carefully.