Marula Oil

Marula Oil is rich in essential fatty acids that deeply nourish, heal, moisturize and increase the smoothness of the skin.

5 Benefits of Marula Oil

Anti-aging

Marula oil is considered an antiaging oil. It contains fatty acids as well as antioxidants like vitamin E and can help reduce redness, minimize scars, and prevent stretch marks.

It’s a great product to use on your belly if you’re pregnant because it can prevent stretch marks.

Skincare

It can be used on the skin and has a shelf life of 2 to 3 years.

Cleanse your face and apply about 3 to 4 drops all over your face. You can also mix it with your cleanser to add a little bit of hydration.

Another trick is to mix it with your moisturizer. Do it in the mornings when it’s really cold or dry, your skin is dehydrated and you need a lighter feel.

You can also add it to your foundation when your skin is dry to make your skin look shiny, supple and hydrated.

Concealer

If you apply concealer and you feel like it magnifies lines and wrinkles, making them look worse, you can add a little bit of oil under the eyes before you apply concealer. It is a great way to soften and minimize lines and wrinkles. Marula oil is so soothing on the skin.

It’s a great product to apply after you’ve done any treatment to the skin that causes it to be very sensitive.

Hair

There are so many different ways you can use marula oil in your hair.

One way that you can use it is to apply it to your scalp about once a week. You will need to shampoo afterwards, so it’s best to do this at night and wash your hair the next morning.

You can add it to your styling cream when you’re preparing to blow dry and style your hair. It will help nourish your hair.

You can also add it directly to dry hair if you have dry ends. Put a few drops between your hands and work it in, starting out towards the lower section of your hair and working down to the ends.

 

50ml R150.00
100ml R290.00
250ml R435.00
500ml R570.00
1L R790.00
5L R3,940.00
10L R7,840.00
25L R19,370.00