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An ultra-nourishing natural moisturizer, perfect to treat and hydrate skin, hair and nails. Lightweight with amazing skin-repairing and conditioning properties, Moringa oil easily absorbs, leaving skin looking beautifully radiant, smooth and soft.

Suitable for: all skin types

What to expect:

Moringa oil is clear or light yellow in colour. It has a mild, nutty scent.


  • excellent moisturizing properties
  • softens and smoothes fatigued skin
  • promotes skin elasticity
  • well absorbed, not too greasy, spreads well on the skin
  • helps reducing the striking appearance of wrinkles and fine lines
  • exfoliant - drives away dead skin cells
  • pacifies dry skin

What's is it:

Moringa oil is extracted from the seeds of the Moringa tree, one of the most phytonutrient dense plants in the world.

Moringa oil is full of radiance boosting fatty acids. With an incredible oleic acid content of 72%, Moringa oil penetrates deeply into the skin delivering vital nutrients and helping the skin to retain moisture. It also contains flavonoids, phenols, sterols and three types of vitamin E that feeds the skin. Moringa oil's potent antioxidant profile help curbing the activity of free radicals, making it an amazing wrinkle fighting product.

Our Moringa seeds are organically grown, hand-picked and cold-pressed in a controlled environment to produce this unique oil.

Directions for use: after cleansing and toning apply 2-3 drops on your fingertips and gently massage into clean, moist skin. Use twice daily or more often if required.

Ingredients: Moringa Oleifera (Moringa) Seed Oil

Changes in appearance of Moringa oil due to temperature changes 

When the temprature drops, it can have an impact on the structure of the fatty acids of the oil, which will then be organized differently and crystallize. Hence the small whitish clusters, filaments and strange clouds you may find in your oil. 

At temperatures below 25°C, the fatty acids in the oil begin to solidify. As the temperature drops further, the oil ceases to be homogeneous and translucent and can become cloudy. If temperatures continue to drop, clumps of whitish and waxy particles will appear in the oil. These are combinations of integuments, waxes, gums and phospholipids that are naturally present, and they amplify the phenomenon of crystallization. Their presence is the proof of a good extraction method—precisely what we want to see! 

As soon as you get your oil back to room temperature—running the bottle under warm water if you are in a hurry—it will recover its original homogeneity.


Product of Malawi, packed in South Africa



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