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Sunday, September 30, 2012

The Benefits of Anti-Aging Moringa Oil on the Skin

Moringa Oil is greatly valued for the unique properties it contains. It is one of the most valued ingredients in the cosmetic industry, especially because of the anti-aging properties. The oil is not only light, but it can spread easily onto the skin without making it sticky. It is also very popular as aromatherapy oil which makes it a popular choice for massage therapy.

Moringa oil is used in a variety of products including anti-aging creams, massage oils, hair care products, face creams, bath soaps and gels, perfumes and deodorants. But it is really the anti-aging properties of the oil that makes this sought out by many.

Moringa oil for the skin works much the same way as it does for the hair and scalp. Its cleansing and nourishing properties help improve the softness and elasticity of the skin. It prevents over drying of the skin which is common among ordinary soaps and cleansers. The properties in the oil include anti-oxidants and nutrients which can the free radicals on the skin to wreck havoc on the surface. These are the same free radicals which could cause the skin tissues to harden and loose elasticity giving way to wrinkles, flaky skin and dry skin.

Moringa oil for the hair is also very popular. Its nutrients and emollients are beneficial for the hair and scalp. It can help lift out the dirt from the hair which makes it a natural cleanser. It is very stable because of its antioxidants so all it takes is to wet the hair, massage the oil into the scalp and then rinse. This can effectively clean and moisturize the scalp and also help curb the development of dandruff, which are generally dry skin cells which flake off.

The perfumeries around the world greatly value the moringa oil for another reason. This oil can absorb and retain the most fugitive of odours. This makes it easier for them to maintain the stability of the perfumes they create. Because of the stability of the oil, the perfume does not go rancid as is common in the more commercial and cheap perfumes. Because of the ability to keep the multitude of scents within its properties, the oil is in much demand to help stabilise scents.

As mentioned before, the moringa oil is also a cleanser. This means that it has in its properties antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties which can help the skin heal faster from minor cuts, bruises, insect bites, scrapes, burns or rashes. When placed on the skin, and rubbed in, a little bit of water would naturally because it to lather up which only increases the cleansing.


Author :By Joe Jery Smith

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