Moringa oleifera is a plant with a variety of benefits: physical, medical and even mental.
But today, we’ll be looking at the benefits of Moringa on the skin...
- It boosts the skin's natural collagen formation:
Due to its remarkably high vitamin C content, which is about seven times more than oranges, it helps boost collagen production and cell turnover. This supports the skin's ability to self-repair and maintain its healthy look.
- It has anti-aging properties:
Our skin is exposed to pollution and UV radiation on a daily basis. Our body reacts by producing cell-damaging free radicals, this launches an attack on important parts of our skin cells, like the cell membrane and DNA, which results in premature wrinkles, fine lines, and sagging. But with moringa's high level of antioxidants, the remedy might be just what you need to get that youthful glow.
- It works for both oily and dry skin:
Regardless of whether you have a dry or an oily skin Moringa works fine for your skin.
For those with oily skin, due to its high antioxidant content, it allows your skin to switch modes from protection to repair mode. This reduces inflammation that triggers oil production in your skin.
However, if you have a dry skin, you can also reap the benefits of moringa. Due to its vitamin B content, it attracts moisture to the outermost layer of the skin.
Moringa powder makes for a great addition to your skin care routine, drinks, and foods, thanks to its rich nutrient profile. For skin, you'll likely see the glowing results: It can promote collagen production, help acne, improve wound healing, and so on.
Like many natural beauty remedies, there are countless ways to make a moringa face mask. You can mix the powder with your favourite base ingredients, like mashed avocado or banana. As for moringa oil, it can be used by itself or mixed in with other moisturizers, depending on the unique needs of your skin.
Guess what? Our Clarifying Face Mask with Spirulina and Moringa saves you all the trouble! It has superior absorbing properties which are ideal for those who experience eruptive or oily skin. With spirulina's anti-inflammatory properties, it helps reduce acne and prevent further breakouts. Moringa helps in fading blemishes, dark spots and clearing pimples and blackheads.