Moringa for Skin

Moringa oleifera is a plant that is often called the drumstick tree, the miracle tree, the ben oil tree, or the horseradish tree. Moringa has been used for centuries due to its medicinal properties and health benefits. It also has antifungal, antiviral, antidepressant, and anti-inflammatory properties.

With an average height of 6 metres, a fully grown sapling can produce hundreds of pods spawning thousands of bountiful green seeds. The small edible pods are similar to green beans and taste like asparagus. Virtually every part of the plant is edible in either cooked or raw form. Commonly used as a treatment for malnutrition, the moringa tree has been hailed as the tree of life. Native to the southern foothills of the Himalayan region of India, almost every part of the exotic plant maintains valuable properties.


The Moringa Pterygosperma Seed Extract provides beneficial conditioning properties to allow your skin the healing comfort that only a healthy and vital lifecycle can bring.


The regenerative ability of budding compounds from within the roots and stems make the moringa seed an ideal ingredient for use in cosmetics designed to deeply condition the skin. Because our skin is in a constant state of renewal, it is imperative to replenish it with potent vitamins and minerals. Just as a parched tree is refreshed after a rain, your skin can be equally drenched with thirst-quenching benefits designed to fortify your skin barrier. Renew the surface of the skin with increased protection from exposure to weathering elements with the help of the time-tested moringa seed. 

Anti-Aging Benefits:

Moringa is rich in many essential minerals and vitamins, it works to keep your skin looking young and healthy by helping reduce the appearance of wrinkles and keeping the complexion hydrated and glowing. Its antioxidant properties help protect skin cells from further damage.

2. Rejuvenating Properties:

The abundance of vitamins such as vitamin A, C, D, E and other minerals like calcium make Moringa a powerful agent for boosting skin health. Regularly using Moringa can help undo sun damage, unclog pores and get rid of excess sebum that could lead to breakouts.

3. Accelerates Healing:

Moringa has anti-inflammatory properties which makes it an effective remedy for blemishes, rosacea, scars, acne and especially infections on the skin surface caused by bacteria or fungi. It also helps in alleviating itchiness due to dryness or irritation by restoring moisture to affected areas of the skin

4. Moisturising Action:

The oil extracted from moringa seeds acts as a natural moisturiser when regularly used in skincare products, making it great for those who have extremely sensitive or dry skin types needing more nourishment from their skincare routine.

5. Prevents Environmental Damage:

With multiple amino acids present in Moringa, this amazing herb is known for its ability to protect against environmental damages done by pollution due to urban lifestyle and smoke particulate matter (PM) particles that are ever present during winter months from fires burning across the world.

6. Skin Brightening:

Not only does moringa lighten age spots but also reduces discolouration caused by hyperpigmentation due its antioxidant properties which fights off free radical damage that may darken the skin tone over time
7 Balances Oily Skin: Being very high in Vitamin C content makes Moringa a great ingredient for oily skin because it helps balance out production of sebum while tightening pores at the same time giving overall clarity