The Luxury Beauty Product With Just 5 Botanical Ingredients

by Anna O'Byrne September 05, 2014

The Luxury Beauty Product With Just 5 Botanical Ingredients

Fall is the time when I think most about my skin. In August, we're all dewy with humidity, but by the dry days of September that post-sauna glow is gone. It's also the time to notice new sunspots and other signs of summer recklessness.

If you need moisture, smoothing and regeneration, I have just the thing: an organic, cold-pressed combination of moringa seed and phytonutrient-rich fruit oils.

Moringa oil has long been used as a beauty ingredient in fine products. Some say its history dates back to the Egyptian aristocracy. Today, for certain, you can find Moringa oil in luxury makeup, including lipstick by Jane Iredale, “The Skin Care Makeup”.

Why is Moringa oil so revered? This precious oil is:

  • anti-bacterial
  • high in anti-oxidants
  • anti-inflammatory
  • incredibly moisturizing
  • light and fast-absorbing

Paula Simpson, B.A. Sc., R.N.C.P. explains in one article that Moringa oil is “light, stable and offers superior nutritional properties that support skin cellular homeostasis. It has been used in the management/treatment of dehydration, photo-aging and antibiotic and inflammatory skin conditions.”

Specifically, Moringa oil is used to heal and sooth conditions like:

  • psoriasis
  • eczema
  • sun damage
  • inflammatory acne
  • cuts, burns, scarring and more

In Moringa Skin Food, we’ve combined Moringa oil with aloe vera, lemon rind, apricot kernel and pomegranate oils for the ultimate in luxurious, healing skin care. Each organic, and all of the oils cold-pressed.

What you’ll first notice is the bright fragrance. Moringa oil is used in the perfume industry because of its capacity for retaining scents. It’s highly stable, resisting oxygen damage, so the oil and the scent stays fresh for longer. Combining Moringa oil with lemon rind and fruit seed oils makes for a citrusy but soft fragrance we’re sure you’ll love.

Next, you’ll notice the incredibly lightness. With most oils staining is an issue. Ordinary oils sit on your skin's surface, threatening linens, clothing, even furniture. Moringa Skin Food absorbs rapidly without leaving residue. It’s almost as if your skin is lapping up the oil!

 You can use Moringa Skin Food on your face, hands, body - anywhere you need moisture and rejuvenation. It's great for all skin types. Women, men and children will all enjoy the soothing sensation of rolling on this ultra-nourishing oil. 

Try it and let us know how much you love it!




Anna O'Byrne
Anna O'Byrne

Author

Anna O'Byrne is co-author of The Moringa Breakthrough, and part of the team behind SuperLeaf™ Moringa. She manages the social media, writes web content and runs digital marketing for SuperLeaf™ Moringa and Natural Calm Canada.



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