Marula Oil
Marula Oil

Marula Oil

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Kudu’s Marula oil is packed with nutrients and fatty acids that works together to help skin look and feel healthier. This gentle, fragrance-free oil helps repair and build skin's protective barrier with a lightweight feel. 

 

Suitable for: all skin types

 

Size: 30ml

 

Benefits and How to Use

A light-textured oil, quickly absorbed. Leaves a satiny-matte finish. Perfect as a make-up primer. Excellent massage oil.

 

Benefits:

  • helps minimize fine lines and wrinkles
  • soothes redness and calms inflamed skin
  • great source of vitamin C to brighten skin, boost collagen production and reduce sun damage
  • rich in skin-loving antioxidants 
  • great source of vitamin E Tocopherols to protect skin 
  • helps restore the balance of the skin, locking in moisture

 

How to use:

After cleansing and toning apply 2-3 drops on your fingertips and gently massage into the skin. Use alone or blended with a serum or your daily moisturizer. Use twice daily or more often if required.

Do not mix your facial oil into your daily moisturizer with SPF as it dilutes the sunscreens effectiveness. Always let the oil settle for a while before you applicate your sunscreen.

 

Ingredients

Sclerocarya birrea (Marula) oil

WILD CRAFTED - UNREFINED - VEGAN - NON-GMO

Product of South Africa

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