Moringa for hair:
Moringa for skin:
- Deeply moisturizes the skin: Moringa oil locks and traps in your skin’s natural oils and moisture and prevents dryness.
- Cleanses and exfoliates: Moringa oil has an antifungal and high content of oleic acid which makes it a natural and hydrating cleanser.
- Has anti-aging effects: The high content of vitamins and minerals in moringa oil knows to reduce fine lines and visible signs of aging and give you a natural glow.
- Prevents acne: The anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties of moringa help in keeping your pores clean and free from acne-causing bacteria.
- Reduces pigmentation: Being a rich source of vitamin E and C that can fade blemishes, dark spots, and acne scars effectively.
- Acts as a protective barrier: The unique composition of nutrients found in moringa oil helps in maintaining the health of the ‘stratum corneum’, the layer that provides a barrier on the skin against pollution.
Which is Better Moringa oil or Argan oil?
Both moringa and argan are excellent moisturizing oils with a very similar feel and texture. Both oils are rich in nutrients and antioxidants that lend a protective, hydrating shield to your skin. But, moringa has one very strong edge over Argan as it also contains natural plant hormones that contain regenerative properties and promote cell growth. This makes moringa a more ideal choice with more anti-aging benefits. Moringa oil is also lighter than Argan oil and is thus able to penetrate better and deeper into the skin. Lastly, moringa has a greater shelf life than most oils and can stay fresh for many years.