As I looked into the mirror I couldn’t help but feel gross. The blackheads, the oil, the humanity! I just had a baby and while I was pregnant I went chemical free with my face care regiment. I read a lot of horror articles about face care products and pregnancy. And with this being my first pregnancy I was a little scared so I took a lot of maybe unnecessary precautions.
So now, my skin is wrecked! But lately I’ve been using Jojoba oil and it’s a life saver. My acne has gone almost completely away, my black heads are smaller and less visible and the oil on my face is gone. You can read more about Jojoba oil here.
With Jojoba officially added to my skin care regiment I started exploring other skin care products I can switch out for essential oil. That’s when I can across Moringa oil. Now, I have a little experience with Moringa but I never even thought of using it as an oil. So I did a little research and after my finding I immediately ordered a bottle. Here’s what I learned.
It Can Help With Acne
That’s right! Moringa can naturally fight acne. Now, there are many reasons why a person can get acne. So this might not work for everyone. Remember to always ask your doctor before using a new product on your skin. Especially, if you are replace prescribed medicine for another form of treatment. With that said, Moringa help fights the bacteria that causes acne. So it may be a great alternative to drug store acne alternatives.
It Can Aid in Anti-Aging When it Comes to Your Skin
Moringa is high in Vitamin C. The body uses Vitamin C in collagen production, which is what is used in your body to keep your skin looking firm. As you age collagen breaks down so some say that using Moringa can help stimulate the collagen production because it contains a high amount of Vitamin C and easily soaks into the skin. Research is still being done so take this with a grain of salt.
What Kind of Oil Should I Use
Before using Moringa oil make sure to consult your doctor. Especially, if you are pregnant. If you choose to use Moringa oil you should purchase a therapeutic USDA certificed organic grade oil.
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This is our last article in the Moringa series. Thank you for following and learning more about this life-saving plant!
Disclaimer: Information expressed in this article is solely the opinion of the writer. The writer is not held liable for any damage or health concerns resulting from information or endorsement from this article. If in doubt, always contact a health professional before using a new product on yourself or others.
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