Why Moringa Oil



Moringa Oleifera: the "miracle tree"
 

  • Moringa oleifera (Moringaceae) is a tree native to India, and cultivated in tropical areas of the world.

  • It is considered the “miracle tree”, because all its parts (leaves, flowers, fruits, wood and seeds) are used mainly for their pharmacological and nutritional properties.

  • The crushed seeds are known for their very high capacity to purify drinking water.

  • The leaves of the tree are so nutrient dense they are an integral part of the WHO and FAO programs for feeding the poor in indigent countries.

  • In Ayurveda the moringa tree and its parts are used to treat over 300 ailments.

Moringa oil benefits

  • Moringa oil is very penetrating (contains 72% oleic acid, a known penetration enhancer) and drives nutrients deep into the skin because of it's similarity to sebum oil. This makes it recognizable by our bodies.

  • Extremely high in antioxidants such as gamma tocopherol.

  • One of the most stable oils because it never goes rancid – used as a lubricant in watches.

  • It’s built-in antioxidants prevent it from oxidizing.

  • High in anti-inflammatories (polyphenols, flavonoids).

  • Antimicrobial:  Tested against multiple bacteria:
    1. Bacteria on face increases aging of the skin.
    2. Bacteria in the wrinkles makes them more pronounced by causing inflammation and making them more visible.