Moringa Oil


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Inci:Moringa oleifera Seed Oil

Good antioxidant, nourishing and emolient properties - leaves the skin with a silky feeling and with a healthy shine, very good massage oil.


A very fatty oil which is soft and nice to use. Despite its fattiness, it is readily absorbed by the skin.
Keeps 4-5 years.
It is especially good to use for mature and dry skin and skin which has difficulty retaining its moisture.
A special quality is that it gives shine to the skin and lips when added to lip glosses, face oils and creams. Its fatty acid content is similar to both macadamia nut oil and olive oil.
The quantities of omega 9 monounsaturated fatty acids gives it good lubricating properties and makes it particularly suitable for whole body massage.

For skin care, moringa oil has excellent antioxidant properties and is high in oleic acid, both of which are considered to be the factors behind its remarkable oxidative stability and therefore long shelf life.

It is a light oil and as it is a long oil that offers excellent lubrication, it spreads easily on the skin. It also has nourishing, cleansing and emollient properties.


Moringa oil makes an excellent massage or aromatherapy oil or ingredient in creams, lotions, peeling and cleansing scrubs, balms, and hair care products.

For skin shine and glossiness
Blend moringa oil with camelina, castor and avocado oils and bisabolol.

Hair Care
Gives hair a shine when used in hair oils and hair packs.
Massage Oil Blends that give the skin a glossy shine
Blend moringa oil with castor,coconut oil fractionated, avocado and jojoba oils.


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