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  • Rich in essential fatty acids Omega 9 - oleic and Omega 6 - linoleic acids

  • Oleic acid, (an omega-9 fatty acid) that sinks much deeper into the skin. The result is more intense, longer-lasting moisture. A 2002 study, for example, found that oleic acid enhanced penetration more than synthetic penetration enhancers. Clinical tests have found that marula increases the skin’s ability to hold onto moisture. Marula contains 60-70% Olieic Acid 

  • Linoleic acid (an omega 6 fatty acid) that deeply hydrate and reduce redness while nourishing, healing, moisturizing and improving skin elasticity (Marula contains 20-30% Linoleic acid 

  • Rich in antioxidants: Marula, like most natural oils, is rich in protective and anti-aging antioxidants.

  • Great source of vitamin C, which helps to protect from environmental stressors, firm and tighten, as well as brighten skin.

  • Source of vitamin E tocopherols: These fat-soluble compounds protect, and provide a radiant look to the skin.

  • Because of its chemical makeup, marula is very stable and easily resists oxidation.

  • Helps reduce transepidermal water loss 

  • Light weight, clear oil that is easily absorbed. Leaves a silky feel on the skin.  

  • Suitable for normal to dry skin types

  • Cultivation Method: Virgin, Cold Pressed. Sourced from South Africa. Responsibly Wildcrafted. Slightly nutty pleasant scent.​


* glass packaging

Marula Oil

30 Milliliters
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