The Magic of Moringa Oil


Having tried moisturiser after moisturiser, cleanser after cleanser and having varying levels of success with each product I've used, I decided to go back to basics.

I was browsing online at more natural based skincare products, with fewer harsh chemicals that seem to be prevalent in many leading brands, when I stumbled across a plant oil, known as Moringa, that is said to have profound properties for your skin.

Packed with antioxidants and various nutrients such as Vitamin C, this natural oil has been proven to be a great skin purifier. Hydrating and detoxifying, its helps fight skin fatigue and excess oil secretion.

So, the oil, which has a slight golden hue to it, is said to help both dry and greasy skin types - perfect for me, but I couldn't help but wonder if it was too good to be true. However, after using it initially I found my skin was much smoother, and after about a week, my complexion was looking much more collected. Dry patches on my face had begun to disappear, and became less flaky in nature. Applying it both morning and night, the only oily aspect of my face is the Moringa oil before it's fully soaked in.

The real test:

Now, I'm quite the skeptic, and when a product says it can help dry skin...I'm going to challenge that. I've had Psoriasis on my feet on & off for most of my life, I've tried so many different creams in the past; E45, Hydrocortisone and masses of High street and off the counter brands, but nothing has worked quite so effectively as this plant oil. So, I've started applying Moringa oil to my feet at night, it's not disappeared yet, but I'm hopeful as the real problem areas are starting to smooth out. The redness has reduced, and it's no longer puffing up red when I go in the shower, probably due to the anti-inflammatory effects.

Other benefits of Moringa Oil:

Moringa oil isn't just renowned for it's skin anti-aging and purifying qualities, it can also be used for your hair for both split ends and dandruff.

Where to get Moringa Oil?

Moringa Oil is in great availability online, but investing in a quality brand is definitely worthwhile. Some companies put the stalk in the oil to bulk it up, as opposed to just the leaves, meaning the oil you get is less effective than say, Wikaniko's Moringa Oil, which prides itself on having organic products grown on their farm in Spain, all completed by hand to avoid any pollutants or contamination from machinery.

Priced at £16.95, it's one of those products you'll only need to repurchase every few months or so. If you want to try Moringa Oil for yourself, enter the discount code MOR10 at the checkout for 10% off, until the end of March.

That's all,

*This is a sponsored post, but all opinions are my own*

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