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19 Beauty Benefits of Using Ritual Oils Moringa Oil for Hair, Skin and Acne

1. Moisturiser for Oily & Acne Prone Skin

One of the first beauty benefits of Moringa oil is that it is a ‘dry’ oil. This means that when applied to the skin, it penetrates deeply in a matter of seconds and leaves skin ‘dry’ instead of greasy. This is a super amazing reason why people with oily and acne prone skin should use it as a moisturiser.

You only need to rub 3-4 drops on your palms then gently dab them onto your clean face!

2. Moringa Oil Has Antiseptic Properties

Moringa oil is one of the few oils with strong antiseptic properties. That makes it excellent for applying onto the skin after tattoos, for treating cuts and wounds, bug bites, skin rashes, psoriasis, eczema and other skin conditions.

3. Moringa Oil Promotes Wrinkle-Free Skin

Rich in antioxidants and lots of nourishing nutrients, it’s no surprise that Moringa oil promotes wrinkle-free skin! The nutrients in it are also quick to dive into your thirsty skin cells because of the oil’s high penetrative ability.

The special thing about Moringa oil is that it has plant hormones called cytokinins, which help encourage cell growth as well as prevent the destruction of skin tissues associated with aging. Don’t forget that it’s rich in Vitamin C that boosts collagen and elastin production for youthful skin!

4. Promotes Beauty from the Inside-Out

Yes, Moringa oil on its own is also edible! It is brimming with antioxidants and nutrients that promote healthy hydrated and supple skin plus long luscious hair from the inside-out!

However, please consult your doctor before consuming it as with most herbal products. It is very concentrated. Ritual Oils is designed for topical use.

5. Good for Skin Inflammatory Conditions

Since it’s antiseptic, moisturising and nutrient-rich, Ritual Oils are a perfect natural treatment for dermatitis, psoriasis and eczema. The best way to apply it is when your skin is still fresh from the shower.

6. Ritual Oils Fights Acne

Because of its antiseptic properties, plus non-greasy moisturising effects, use Ritual Oils on acne prone skin. Moisturise the face by rubbing 3-4 drops on your palms then gently dabbing them onto your freshly washed damp face. It sinks in immediately.

And if you have spots coming up, dab on a drop per spot and don't rub it in, let it sit on your pimple as long as you can. Do this before you go to bed on the regular. Watch how it helps soothe acne inflammation.

7. Moringa Oil Minimises Blemishes & Dark Spots

Another exciting beauty benefit of Moringa oil is that it helps minimise blemishes and dark spots. This is due to its rich nutrient-content including Vitamin C and Vitamin E. You can use it as a spot treatment on your blemishes and dark spots using your clean index finger.

8. Moringa Oil Hydrates Dry Skin

Much as Moringa oil is amazing for those with oily skin types, it is also good for balancing the natural oils in dry skin and hydrating skin cells. It has an Oleic acid content of about 65-73% which is quite high. Oils high in Oleic acid are known to moisturise skin cells at a deeper level.

9. Moringa Oil Promotes Hair Growth

Ritual Oils are good for fending off scalp irritations, soothing scalp inflammation and keeping hair follicles in tip-top shape. This fosters the growth of healthy strong long hair strands.

10. Great on Your Scalp

Ritual Oils feel luscious on the scalp! It has a cleansing or detoxifying effect which drives out gunk from deep within the hair follicles! What’s more is that it is a powerful fighter of scalp infections, dandruff, scalp acne, scalp psoriasis and scalp eczema. When you apply Ritual Oils on your scalp, it cleanses, disinfects and moisturises.

11. Protects Skin from Harsh Weather

Ancient Egyptians slathered Moringa oil on their skin to protect it from harsh sunlight in the desert. It’s only now that it’s becoming popular in the Western world. Use Ritual Oils to protect your skin from other harsh elements like cold biting winds during winter. Just put a liberal amount on your skin and you’re good to go!

12. Wonderful Makeup Primer

Another lovely way to use Ritual Oils is by layering your face with it before applying makeup. Massage a full dropper of oil all over the face, concentrating on the areas that are prone to flakiness. Then put on makeup and wow! The skin looks matte yet fresh at the same time. It makes makeup stick to your skin perfectly too. Try it out!

13. Nourishing Nail Oil

Ritual Oils are perfect to use to moisturise brittle nails, to make them shiny and help keep them healthy! It also doesn’t leave your nails too greasy because it is a ‘dry’ oil.

14. Ritual Oils Heals Damaged Skin

Ritual Oils Moringa Oil is used to heal skin damaged by the sun or harsh skin care products. You can put Ritual Oils on sunburn, inflamed skin and sensitive skin.

15. Fights Fungal Infections

One of the most known benefits of Moringa oil is that it fights fungal infections on the skin. Apply a liberal amount of Ritual Oils on affected areas three times a day as a natural treatment.

16. Moringa Oil Promotes Wound Healing

Moringa oil possesses wound healing properties. It has powerful antiseptic properties that can help disinfect mild cuts/abrasions, burns, bug bites and others. Studies show Moringa has healing effects and it helps to reduce scars as well.

17. Amazing Massage Oil

The light and easily absorb-able consistency of Moringa oil makes it a great massage oil. Users have also said it helped reduce arthritic pain so you can use it directly as a pain relief oil as well.

18. Incredible Intimacy Oil

Ritual Oils are a much better alternative to common intimacy oils such as coconut oil, almond oil and apricot kernel oil to name a few. Apply 2-3 full droppers onto the body and massage deep into the intimate areas as desired.

19. Tattoo Aftercare Oil

Ritual Oils are the perfect oil to apply directly onto fresh tattoos due to its antiseptic and antibacterial properties. Applying Ritual will help protect the skin from infections as well as ease the itchy skin irritations often encountered post ink.