Moringa Oil

 

Well, moringa oil is among the most desired oils for the formulation of skin care products and cosmetics, chosen for its many anti-oxidants and documented skin-rejuvenating properties. The healing properties of Moringa oil have been documented for centuries, dating back to ancient cultures. Moringa oil has been used in skin preparations and ointments since Egyptian times. Moringa oil is a non-drying nutty flavored oil with a clear or slightly pale yellow consistency. With an impressive oleic acid or monounsaturated omega-9 fatty acid content of 72%, moringa oil penetrates deeply into the skin, bringing vital nutrients and also helping the skin retain moisture. Moringa oil’s benefits include skin care and rejuvenation, stronger and healthier hair, wrinkle reduction and skin blemish removal.

 

Shea Butter

The smashed nut from the fruit of the Karite tree is commonly known as shea butter. It has been used for ages as a skin conditioner, moisturizer, and healer. It is known to be anti-inflammatory, anti-arthritic, and high in essential fatty acids as well as vitamins A and E..

Grape Seed Oil

Not only is grape seed oil a fabulous skin moisturizer in and of itself, but it is also used as a carrier oil. Carrier oils help to deliver essential oils and other moisturizers to the skin and hair..

Coconut Oil and Coconut Creams

The coconut is chock full of essential fatty acids, antioxidants, vitamin E, vitamin K, and iron. Coconut oil and cream is soothing and moisturizing to skin and hair. It is also an effective natural antimicrobial, antifungal, and antibacterial agent..

Citrus Oils and Extracts

Citrus oils and extracts (including grapefruit, orange, bergamot and lime) have many beneficial cosmetic functions. They are natural antibacterial and antimicrobial agents, contain antioxidants, and are high in vitamin C. They also have a refreshing, clean scent that is great in aromatherapy applications.

Mango Seed Butter

The delicious mango has many properties that make it your skin’s friend. It is moisturizing, contains beta carotene, essential fatty acids, and vitamins A and E. It helps to restore skin elasticity and alleviates dryness.

Avocado Oil

 

Avocado oil and avocado butter are both powerful moisturizers that are easily absorbed into the skin. Avocado contains sterolins, which are known to help reduce age spots and sun damage. It is rich in vitamins A, B, D, E and potassium.

Flax Seed Oil

Flax seed oil is high in essential fatty acids and helps to smooth and moisturize skin and hair. It is an anti-inflammatory and has been known to help treat eczema. It also contains phytoestrogens, a substance similar to the estrogen the human body produces. Phytoestrogens have historically been used to ease the symptoms of perimenopause and menopause.