Direction of use:
When using Moringa oil on the skin, it is important to start with clean, dry skin. You can apply a few drops of Moringa oil directly to the face or body and gently massage into the skin using circular motions. The oil absorbs quickly, leaving the skin hydrated and nourished. It can be used as a daily moisturizer or as a treatment for specific skin concerns like dryness, irritation or signs of aging. For hair care, Moringa oil can be applied in different ways depending on your needs. If you have dry or damaged hair, you can apply a small amount of Moringa oil to the ends of your hair to nourish and repair it. You can also mix a few drops of the oil with your usual hair conditioner or hair mask to add extra hydration and softness. For frizzy or unruly hair, you can apply a small amount of Moringa oil to your palms, then run your hands through your hair to smooth and tame flyaways. If you prefer a more intensive treatment, you can use Moringa oil as an oil bath for your hair. Simply warm up a small amount of oil and apply it liberally to your hair and scalp. Massage gently and leave on for at least 30 minutes or overnight for deep conditioning. Then, shampoo and condition your hair as usual to remove any excess oil. When using Moringa oil for massage purposes, warm a small amount of oil in your hands and apply it to desired areas of the body. Use slow, circular motions to massage the oil into the skin, allowing its soothing and nourishing properties to be absorbed.
Remember to perform a skin test before using Moringa oil for the first time to check for any allergies or sensitivities. It is important to avoid exposing Moringa oil to direct sunlight or excessive light. Prolonged exposure to light can degrade the oil and reduce its effectiveness. In winter the oil can freeze, pass it under hot water and it finds all its fluidity.