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Macadamia nut oil is high in monounsaturated fatty acids, including Oleic Acid (Omega 9), which are very moisturising, regenerating and softening on the skin. These fatty acids also have anti-inflammatory properties. The Linoleic Acid (Omega 6) in Macadamia nut oil helps to restore the skin's barrier function and reduce water loss.

The fatty acid content is the real winner for skin and hair. Those fatty acids help to add shine, strengthen, and nourish the hair follicles, which in turn fight off hair loss and brittle strands. Macadamia oil is great for calming the hair of frizz, tangles, and dullness

Macadamia Nut Oil
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Mongongo Oil is rich in poly-unsaturated fatty acids, which form a protective barrier on hair's surface. This prevents moisture from escaping, boosts shine, and even helps to protect against sun damage.

Manketti oil is ideal for conditioning hair because it has hydrating, regenerating, and restructuring properties for the hair and scalp with the vitamin E content making it a natural sunscreen.

Manketti/ Mongogo Oil
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Maracuja oil 

Maracuja oil contains Collagen which keeps your skin plump and firm, and can also strengthen your hair to prevent it from splitting and breaking. The high antioxidant content in maracuja protects against hair loss, and moisturizing properties of this oil are effective for conditioning hair to enhance smoothness and volume.

Linoleic acid in maracuja oil keeps skin moisturized and is ideal for soothing dry, flaky skin and also acne prone skin. Maracuja oil is rich in protective antioxidants like lycopene, to battle the effects of sun damage, pollution, and other environmental stressors

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Marula Oil

Naturally rich in antioxidants, Vitamin C and E, and essential fatty acids, Marula Oil is an easy way to improve the skin’s resistance to weather and external aggressors. With continued use, the skin’s surface will be stronger 

A natural healing remedy to smooth and support the skin, Marula Oil can act as a topical treatment to boost hydration with immediate results. It’s non-comedogenic, meaning it won’t clog the pores. Instead, application leaves the skin feeling nourished and balanced, and only a light layer of oil is needed to see instant benefits.

Marula Oil is both anti-inflammatory and highly multipurpose, also acting as a fantastic method to add condition and luminosity to your hair.

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Meadowfoam Seed Oil

This well-kept secret is known for its moisturizing properties, but the most remarkable thing about it is the number of benefits packed into one, lightweight oil. Here’s a few of the most important ones:

 

RETAINS MOISTURE. The unique, high-quality and long-chain fatty acids deep within the oil are ideal for providing moisture without leaving a greasy feeling. They are also the reason why the oil is not absorbed by the hair but instead forms a protective coating around it, in turn helping your hair retain its moisture.
 

MAKES HAIR SILKY AND SMOOTH. Meadowfoam repairs damaged tresses by sticking to hair shafts, and reduces frizz while providing a natural shine.
 

REJUVENATES THE SKIN. With its high vitamin E content, meadowfoam can rejuvenate skin by tackling degradation and allowing beneficial nutrients to enter deep into the epidermis.
 

PROTECTS THE SKIN. As an antioxidant, meadowfoam protects your skin against cellular damage. Myristic acid contained in the oil is anti-inflammatory and soothes irritated skin.

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Moringa oil has a complex and rich assortment of essential minerals, vitamins, and nutrients. ... This natural source of these vitamins promotes healthy blood circulation and healthy hair follicles. Moisturizes Your Scalp. It is packed with Omega-3 fatty acids that are very beneficial to skin and hair.

MORINGA OIL has antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties. It is used to heal minor skin abrasions; minor cuts and scrapes, bruises, burns, insect bites, rashes, and sunburn and skin infections.

Moringa Seed Oil