I’ve been using oils for well over a year now. My skin care routine would not be complete without them. They have so many beneficial properties for your skin – and not just your face. Up until now, I’ve used Rosehip, Jojoba, Argan Oil to name but a few. I’ve heard how good Moringa Oil is, especially for anti ageing.
I recently got to try out an organically grown Moringa Oil from Wikaniko through Muddy Puggle.
Wikaniko Moringa Oil is full of antioxidants and is great for anti ageing but that is only a snippet of the wonderful things this oil can do.
It also has all these benefits too:-
rejuvenates dull, tired and aging skin.
antioxidants and nutrients help fight free radical damage that can cause skin tissue damage and lead to the formation of wrinkles.
helps improve the appearance of wrinkles and prevents sagging of facial muscles.
helps promote cell growth and delay damage and destruction of skin tissues.
Vitamin C stabilizes collagen
Moringa oil has antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties and has been used to treat and heal minor skin abrasions; minor cuts and scrapes, bruises, burns, insect bites, rashes, and sunburn and skin infections.
is great on babies and children too
helps clear blackheads and pimples. When used regularly helps prevent the reoccurrence of blemishes.
Helps minimize dark spots from acne and hyperpigmentation.
Credit: Muddy Puggle Website
You can also use Wikaniko Moringa Oil on your hair too. It makes a great natural cleanser. Simply wet your hair and massage some of the oil into your scalp & hair. After, just rinse your hair as you would usually. It will lift all the dirt out of your hair, cleanse your scalp PLUS it will moisturise it too.
Also, every single bottle of Wikaniko Moringa Oil is extracted by hand press from approximately 1.2 kilos of moringa seeds, so you know you are getting a really high-quality oil.
First Impressions of the Wikaniko Moringa Oil
I’ve really loved using this Wikaniko Moringa Oil. It seems to really suit my dry, sensitive skin. The fact it isn’t greasy after applying it is great too. I’m not sure if that’s just because my skin is so dry it absorbs it all, or it’s just quite a dry oil.
With a golden hue reminiscent of Olive Oil, Wikaniko Moringa Oil has a similar viscosity. I’d say it’s slightly thinner but not by much. One to two pumps is usually more than adequate, depending on how my skin is.
As a sufferer of stress-related psoriasis that I tend to get on my elbows and scalp, as well as in other areas, it’s just fantastic. I’ve found it eases the horrendous itching and stops areas getting too dry and splitting.
Being totally honest, I’m not keen on the smell – however, I am hypersensitive to smells. It might sound strange but the smell totally reminds me of the smell of pencil shavings; kind of woody and nutty. It dissipates very quickly though and certainly doesn’t deter me from using it at all.
I’m really pleased with the Wikaniko Moringa Oil and I will be continuing to use this in my nightly skin care routine.
So, I’d really recommend trying Wikaniko Moringa Oil.
Where Can I Purchase Wikaniko Moringa Oil?
It’s available to purchase from Muddle Puggle £16.95 100ml