How to use organic cold pressed marula oil?
Carrier oil for aromatherapy and cosmetics, anti ageing face cream, oils and serums, baby cream; it is also used in shampoo for dry damaged and fragile hair types and as a component of lipsticks. Marula oil is incredibly versatile and can be used by all but acne-prone skin types.
The best daily skincare
Apply it as the very last step of your skincare routine at night or before your sunscreen during the day.
Marula oil for your Hair
Using it for hair is pretty easy, too. Use a few drops (more than you would for your face), warm it in your palms and run your hands through your hair. Your hair will feel super silky and smooth, pretty much instantly.
What are the skin benefits of marula oil?
Marula oil is high in antioxidants , essential fatty acids, and amino acids. It’s widely used as an ingredient in skin care products. It’s also effective at keeping hair soft, supple, and moisturized.
- Moisturizes hair, cuticles and skin
- Reduces irritation and hydrate
- Helps neutralizing free radicals from pollution & sun exposure
Where to buy touré marula oil in UK ?
To buy our argan oil, visit specialty grocery stores in the map below in London or order online on our website https://tourecosmetics.com/.
How to store raw unrefined marula oil?
Store and seal this oil in a cool (15°C), dark dry place. Patch test recommended. External use only.
Argan oil is an incredibly lightweight, nourishing oil that can be used all over your body. Marula oil, which is harvested from the nut inside the marula fruit grown in southern Africa, contains a higher concentration of nourishing essential fatty acids and antioxidants than argan oil. This makes it a great choice for preventing free radical damage.
The oil from the marula fruit has some antibacterial properties, as well as anti-inflammatory effects on skin. Marula oil seals in moisture and softens the skin. It’s especially good for those with very dry or cracked skin, though it works well with all skin types.
It can be used daily.
Fatty acids — particularly monounsaturated fatty acids, which marula oil contains — also help moisturize your skin. Antioxidants, like vitamin E and vitamin C, fight free radicals — molecules that can potentially damage cells. They also can prevent skin damage.