What is moringa oil?
Harvested from the seeds of the moringa tree, a tropical tree native to India, this moringa oil is a natural antioxidant, renowned for its antibacterial, antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties. It is also an excellent exfoliant, making it the ideal beauty moringa oil for people with skin prone to blemishes. But its benefits are not limited to the skin: moringa oil is rich in vitamins A, B and C. It strengthens and softens the hair, softens and nourishes the driest areas of the body, gives new radiance to the skin mature, can be used in massage oil and can even be cooked!
How to use moringa oil?
To clean the imperfections
On clean and dry skin, massage the imperfections with one to two drops of moringa oil. Make light circular movements. This action will block the water in the skin and thus allow it to completely absorb vitamins and antioxidants. You will find a clear and radiant complexion without any button insight.
Take care of your skin with Moringa oil
For dry skin
Moringa oil is rich in unsaturated fatty acids (between 65 and 79% oleic acid, from the omega-9 family). It is, therefore, an moringa oil perfectly suited to moisturize sensitive and dry skin by providing complete hydration of the epidermis. The skin is revitalized and the complexion is visibly clearer.
For mature skin
The aging of skin cells is caused by free radical attacks. Thanks to its composition rich in antioxidants (vitamin C and E), Moringa oil helps fight against the action of free radicals and slow skin aging. Moringa oil is therefore very suitable for mature skin.
For problem skin
Moringa oil is recommended to provide a solution to minor skin problems. It will thus be effective on mild or moderate acne. It is also a good solution to reduce skin inflammation (redness).
Moringa oil is also ideal for relieving the itching caused by eczema or psoriasis. Just apply it l
ocally to the area to be treated and massage gently to get the moringa oil into the skin.
For even more convenience, you can use a Moringa oil cream
Some skin tips and care ( Read below )
Why does the skin dry out?
If the hydrolipidic film, a mixture of sebum and sweat, with which the epidermis is covered, is insufficient, the water evaporates and the skin dries up. This may be the case:
- after showering or bathing, especially if the water is very hot
- with repeated use of cleaning products that are irritating or too harsh for the skin, such as shower gel
- in winter, when the cold wind and heating attack the skin
- in summer, when you spend the day between sunbathing and seawater bathing or in the swimming pool.
The body will need moisturizers that will make the skin softer and more supple.
What skin types need to be hydrated?
All skin types need to be hydrated after showering:
- The dry and very dry skin are the first concerned. Barely out of the shower, the skin becomes rough and does not take long to peel if it is not protected.
- The normal or oily skin can be dehydrated, especially in winter, when the glands that secrete sebum at reduced rates.
- The aging skin will dry out faster and need specific products every day.
An exception, however, if you use a natural soap, soap resulting from the cold saponification, the natural glycerine contained in the soap will hydrate your skin. There will be no need to add a second moisturizer. It’s up to you to listen to your skin…
When and how to use a moisturizer?
Depending on the time available, the season, the place of stay, its taste in terms of texture, its type of skin, we will choose between a very dry moringa oil which penetrates in the blink of an eye, a fluid moringa oil or a balm that ‘we will massage for longer.
We will apply it:
- daily, summer and winter
- just after showering, on clean, dry skin
- all over the body, from legs to shoulders, emphasizing the knees and elbows
- massaging with moringa oil until complete penetration of the product