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Moringa Oil 10ml


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  • Benefits:Vitamin rich, prized beautifying and remedy skin oil.
  • Key Ingredients:100% pure Fresh-Pressed® Moringa oil (Moringa Oliefera).
  • Targets:Damaged dry skin, fine lines and skin redness.
  • Fresh-Pressed® Oil

  • Unfragranced

  • Glass Bottle

organic. pure. natural. freshly hand-blended with love & intention in our london workshop.

benefits of moringa oil

  • Rich in antioxidants, vitamins, and fatty acids, making it an excellent moisturizer for the skin., improving its overall appearance and leaving it soft and smooth.

  • The high concentration of antioxidants helps to fight free radicals, responsible for causing premature aging, regular use can help reduce the appearance of fine lines.

  • Contain antimicrobial properties to boost blemish free skin, effectively cleansing the skin by removing dirt, oil, and impurities without stripping away its natural moisture.

jojoba oil benefits

  • Nourishes & moisturises hair, skin, scalp & nails.

  • Rich in Vitamin E, antioxidants & fatty acids.

  • Helps to gently balance sebum levels in skin.


In Ayurveda, Prana represents life-force energy and we infuse that philosophy into our products by only using organic oils from this season’s harvest. By using only the freshest ingredients, they maintain their highest prana and life-energy.

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our fresh-pressed® process



Our first step is to ethically source the purest, biodynamically grown ingredients, ensuring they possess maximum potency



To ensure we use the freshest ingredients, we only select from this season’s harvest guaranteeing that nothing is older than three months.



To preserve the precious nutrients, we freshly cold-press the seeds, nuts, and kernels to produce 100% pure and unrefined oil.



Our pure oils are freshly hand-blended and bottled in our London workshop without using any additives or preservatives.

To protect our Fresh-Pressed® oils from any light damage, our oils lovingly packaged in a earth-friendly dark glass bottle with aluminum lids.

key ingredients


Organic, fresh pressed from harvest, unrefined, cold pressed and preservative free


Moringa oleifera, (Moringa oil). 
Origin: India
This is a cold-pressed, non-standardised, unrefined, organic and natural oil. Each batch varies and displays a set of unique characteristics.

Chemicals, preservatives, fragrances or additive

Certified Organic by the Soil Association Licence No: DA22368. EU Organic Certified GB-ORG-05 non-EU agriculture.

proud to be independently certified

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how to use moringa oil

how to apply

Skin moisturiser 
Apply a few drops of oil to your face or body, and gently massage it into the skin. It helps to hydrate and nourish the skin, leaving it soft and smooth.

Hair mask & scalp relief 
Massage a few drops of oil into your scalp and leave it on for at least 30 minutes or overnight before shampooing. It may help alleviate dandruff and promote a healthier scalp.

Facial cleanser
Apply a small amount of oil to your face and massage it in circular motions for a few minutes. Then, wipe it off with a warm, damp cloth or rinse with water.


Spot treat acne by applying a small amount of Moringa oil directly to the affected areas to help promote healing.


Jojoba oil – it balances the skin's oil production and enhances the hydrating effects of moringa oil.
Argan Oil – creates a potent blend that deeply moisturizes and repairs the skin and hair.

    frequently asked questions

    Moringa oil is a natural oil derived from the seeds of the Moringa oleifera tree. It is rich in various nutrients, such as vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants, which can be beneficial for hair health. While Moringa oil may have some positive effects on the hair, it is important to note that there is no definitive scientific evidence to suggest that it can regrow hair.However, Moringa oil can provide nourishment to the scalp and hair follicles, which may contribute to healthier hair growth. The oil is lightweight and easily absorbed, making it suitable for moisturizing the scalp and promoting overall hair health. It can help to hydrate the hair, reduce dryness and frizz, and improve the appearance and manageability of the hair. Furthermore, the nutrients present in Moringa oil, such as vitamin E, vitamin A, and various fatty acids, can help strengthen the hair strands and protect them from damage. This can potentially minimize hair breakage and improve the overall condition of the hair.
    Moringa oil has been recognized for its potential benefits in skincare due to its high content of antioxidants and anti-inflammatory compounds. While there is limited specific research on the effects of Moringa oil on rosacea, its properties suggest that it may have some positive effects on the condition.Rosacea is a chronic inflammatory skin condition characterized by facial redness, flushing, and the presence of small, dilated blood vessels. It can also cause bumps, pimples, and thickened skin. The exact cause of rosacea is not known, but it is believed to involve a combination of genetic, environmental, and vascular factors.Moringa oil contains compounds such as vitamins E and C, as well as various antioxidants, which can help reduce inflammation and protect the skin against oxidative stress. These properties may potentially provide relief to individuals with rosacea by soothing the skin and reducing redness and irritation. However, it is important to note that the effectiveness of Moringa oil can vary from person to person, and what works for one individual may not work for another. Additionally, individual sensitivities and reactions can differ. It is always advisable to perform a patch test before using any new skincare product, including Moringa oil, to check for any adverse reactions.
    Moringa oil has been found to have potential benefits for acne-prone skin due to its anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, and antioxidant properties. While scientific research specifically focused on the effects of Moringa oil on acne is limited, its properties suggest it may have some positive effects on managing acne.Acne is a common skin condition characterized by the presence of pimples, blackheads, whiteheads, and sometimes cysts. It can be caused by various factors, including excess oil production, clogged pores, bacteria, inflammation, and hormonal imbalances.Moringa oil contains antioxidants, such as vitamin E and vitamin C, which can help protect the skin from oxidative stress and free radicals. Its anti-inflammatory properties can potentially reduce redness and inflammation associated with acne lesions. Additionally, Moringa oil has antimicrobial properties that may help combat bacteria on the skin's surface, which can contribute to acne formation.Using Moringa oil as a part of your skincare routine may help moisturize and nourish the skin without clogging the pores. Its lightweight texture makes it suitable for oily and acne-prone skin, as it can provide hydration without feeling heavy or greasy. It's important to note that Moringa oil may not work for everyone, as individual responses to skincare products can vary. Patch testing is recommended before applying Moringa oil or any new skincare product to ensure there are no adverse reactions. If you have persistent or severe acne, it is advisable to consult with a dermatologist or healthcare professional for a comprehensive evaluation and appropriate treatment options. They can provide personalized guidance based on your specific skin condition and recommend suitable skincare products, including Moringa oil, if appropriate for your case.
    No, Moringa oil does not contain collagen. Collagen is a structural protein found in the body, including the skin, bones, and connective tissues. It provides strength, elasticity, and support to these structures.Moringa oil, on the other hand, is derived from the seeds of the Moringa oleifera tree and primarily consists of fatty acids, vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. While Moringa oil provides various benefits for the skin and hair, it does not naturally contain collagen. To boost collagen levels in the body, it is recommended to focus on a balanced diet that includes protein-rich foods, such as lean meats, poultry, fish, eggs, and dairy products. Additionally, consuming foods rich in vitamin C, zinc, and copper can support collagen synthesis in the body. Some examples of such foods include citrus fruits, berries, broccoli, spinach, nuts, and shellfish. It's important to note that while dietary measures can support collagen production, the body's natural collagen production declines with age.
    Yes, Moringa oil can generally be used around the eyes, but it is important to exercise caution and consider individual sensitivities and reactions. The skin around the eyes is delicate and sensitive, and some people may be more prone to irritation or allergic reactions in this area.Moringa oil is lightweight and non-greasy, which makes it suitable for use on facial skin, including the area around the eyes. It can provide hydration, nourishment, and potentially help with reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.Take a small amount of Moringa oil on your fingertips and gently pat it around the eye area, avoiding direct contact with the eyes themselves. Be gentle and avoid applying excessive pressure or pulling on the delicate skin.
    Moringa oil has a tendency to go cloudy when cold. The fatty acids in the oil crystallise at temperatures below 25°C, causing the oil to solidify. As the temperature drops closer to the 25°C mark, the more temperature sensitive fatty acids start to "clot", giving the appearance of sediment. This is a natural process to be expected in the product. The quality of the oil is unaffected if it has a cloudy appearance. Simply placing the bottle in a room above 25°C, or close to a radiator for a few minutes will result in the oil returning to a liquid state.
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