Having earned the nicknames like The Elixir of Youth and The African Beauty Secret, Marula Oil has long been revered by the Southern African women who use it for diverse cosmetic applications to naturally soften, nourish and revitalise their skin and to promote hair growth.
Widely used in topical and cosmetic applications, Marula Oil is known to support skin health, repair skin damage caused by pollutants, reduce the appearance of wrinkles and blemishes, facilitate wound healing and prevent skin from losing moisture. Being a light and non-comedogenic oil that exhibits anti-microbial properties, Marula Oil is especially gentle, making it ideal for calming acne-prone skin. It’s also effective at soothing itch when applied to damaged skin caused by eczema, psoriasis or dry skin.
Marula Oil contains a large percentage of monounsaturated fatty acids and natural antioxidants which makes it one of the most stable oils available. Being the richest plant source of Omega-9 fatty acids, Marula Oil works to protect the scalp against harmful bacteria and inflammation, to balance the scalp’s natural oils without leaving a greasy residue, and to strengthen the hair strands against damage caused by effects of harsh weather.
Moisturising, nourishing, rejuvenates and reduces the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, redness and blotchiness. Improves and restores skin elasticity for a more youthful and radiant skin. Helps promote the production of collagen and elastin to boost skin firmness and density, hydrates at the deepest levels and repair the skin.
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