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Marula oil on face

 

Because marula oil is lightweight, it absorbs easily. This makes it an effective moisturizer for dry or aging skin.

 

It may be beneficial for smoothing and softening fine lines, preventing stretch marks, and keeping skin hydrated and well-nourished. It’s also an effective lip moisturizer.

 

There is no scientific evidence indicating that marula oil is beneficial for skin conditions such as eczema and psoriasis.

 

However, anecdotal evidence points to its ability to reduce the irritation, itching, and dryness associated with these conditions.

 

Marula oil for acne

 

Marula oil makes a good moisturizer for oily skin and treating acne because it’s non-greasy.

 

It also has antimicrobial properties and may be effective against the bacteria that contribute to the formation of pimples, whiteheads, and blackheads.

 

 

Marula oil for hair

 

Marula oil can help nourish hair from root to tip, without making it overly greasy.

 

The oil has hydrating, moisturizing, and occlusive (preventing water loss) properties, making it beneficial for dry, frizzy, or brittle hair.

 

Marula oil for nails

 

Marula oil is effective at keeping nail beds and cuticles supple.

 

This may help to reduce the incidence of hangnails, and painful, cracked skin around nails.

 

Marula oil for Heels

 

 

Miracle working Oil, the most effective heel repair product.

 

How to use

 

Apply daily to face to protect your skin against the abuse of the elements.

Add a few drops to your cleanser, mask or face cream.

Use as a carrier oil to dilute pure essential oils.

Use before applying foundation as a makeup primer.

Use on chapped and calloused skin.

Apply immediately after a shower to seal in moisture quickly.

On the hair it takes care of the frizzes leaving it looking full and natural.

 

Ingredients

 

100% pure Marula oil (Sclerocarya birrea) - cold pressed.

 

Warning

 

Safe during & after pregnancy and perfect for preventing & reducing stretch marks. 

There are no specific, well-documented risks associated with marula oil.

 

Some people who have nut allergies may be allergic to marula.

 

If you’re concerned about a potential reaction, before using do a patch test:

 

In your inner forearm, apply three or four drops of marula oil.

Wait 24 hours.

If there’s no sign of hives, redness, or irritation, you’re in the clear.

 

Avoid getting the marula oil into your eyes.