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Oil Colour Comparison

Left to right: Ximenia, Mongongo, Baobab, Kalahari Melon and Marula
Left to right: Ximenia, Mongongo, Baobab, Kalahari Melon and Marula

Moringa Oil

Moringa Oil

R89.01R891.01

Product Description

INCI Name: Moringa Oleifera Seed
CAS Number: 93165-54-9
EC Number: 296-941-1

Skin Benefits of African Moringa Oil

  • Rich in antioxidants and nutrients, moringa oil promotes radiant, youthful skin
  • Fights Skin Damage: Antioxidants like vitamins A and C combat free radicals to prevent fine lines, wrinkles and roughness (Ogbunugafor et al. 2011).
  • Reduces Acne and scarring: Thanks to the anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial compound oleic acid, moringa oil reduces breakouts and minimises scarring (Estrella et al., 2000).
  • Supports Wound Healing: Traditionally used in Africa to treat bruises, burns and wounds, moringa oil accelerates healing by lowering inflammation and preventing infection (Abdull Razis et al. 2014).
  • Intensely Nourishes Skin: The light, quickly absorbed oil delivers essential fatty acids and vitamins to nourish and renew skin cells (Pant et al. 2021).

Hair Benefits of African Moringa Oil

  • The same nutrients and antioxidants that benefit skin also strengthen and repair hair:
  • Deters Breakage and Thinning: African hair thrives with moringa oil’s protein, zinc, silica, vitamin A, calcium and magnesium to reinforce hair follicles (Gopalakrishnan et al. 2016).
  • Deep Moisturises: Moringa oil penetrates inside the hair shaft, while oleic acid smoothes the cuticle for extra moisture, shine and fewer tangles (Shetty et al. 2018).
  • Encourages Growth: By boosting the scalp’s blood flow and nutrient supply and supporting keratin/collagen production, moringa oil stimulates new African hair growth (Junaid et al. 2015).
  • With its stellar ability to restore skin and hair at the cellular level, antioxidant-rich moringa oil, sustainably grown right in Africa, makes an unparalleled natural beauty remedy.

Oil Colour Comparison

Left to right: Ximenia, Mongongo, Baobab, Kalahari Melon and Marula
Left to right: Ximenia, Mongongo, Baobab, Kalahari Melon and Marula