The Benefits Of Marula Oil
Marula oil is a relative newcomer to the beauty oil scene. Its light texture and rich moisture content make it a popular treatment for skin, hair, and nails.
Marula oil is widely used as a raw material for cosmetics. It can also be purchased as an essential oil. Its beneficial ingredients include:
Amino acids l -arginine and glutamic acid, have moisturizing and anti-aging properties
Fatty acids, including palmitic acid, stearic acid, oleic acid, and myristic acid, have emollient and moisturizing effects
Antioxidants, such as phenolic compounds and vitamins E and C, can fight free radicals and prevent skin damage caused by sun ultraviolet rays and pollution
Marula oil on your face
Because Marula oil is very light, it is easily absorbed. This makes it an effective moisturizer for dry or aging skin. It may help smooth and soften fine lines, prevent stretch marks, maintain skin moisture, and good nutrition. It is also an effective lip moisturizer.
There is no scientific evidence that marula oil is beneficial for skin diseases such as eczema and psoriasis. However, anecdotal evidence shows that it has the ability to reduce the irritation, itching, and dryness associated with these diseases.
Marula oil for acne
Marula oil is a good moisturizer for oily skin and acne treatment because it is not greasy.
It also has antibacterial properties and may be effective against bacteria that cause acne, whiteheads, and blackheads.
Marula oil for hair
Marula oil can help nourish the hair from the root to the top without making the hair too greasy. The oil has the properties of a reliable source of hydrating, moisturizing, and occlusion (preventing moisture loss), making it beneficial for dry, frizzy, or brittle hair.
Marula oil for nails
Marula oil effectively keeps the nail bed and cuticle soft. This may help reduce the incidence of barbs, pain, and cracking of the skin around the nails.
How to use marula oil
Marula oil has a wide range of uses. These include:
Many shampoos contain marula oil. You can also add a few drops of pure cold-pressed marula oil to your favorite shampoo, or use it before washing your hair.
Marula oil can be applied to the ends of the hair to help eliminate split ends and dryness. You can also massage the scalp to reduce dandruff. Before heat setting, try to massage the entire head, or use it for anti-curling treatment before going out to places with high humidity or rain.
Whether your skin is oily or dry, marula oil can be used as a day and night moisturizer. A few drops are enough. Because of its fast absorption, it can be used prior to using makeup.
Marula oil can be used as an overall body skin conditioner. Try to apply generously after bathing. You can also put it on dry elbows and knees, and behind your ears before going to bed.
After removing the nail polish, apply marula oil to your cuticles, which can be drying. You can also use it as a nighttime treatment for softening the nail beds.
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