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By now, your beauty cupboards are likely stocked with coconut oil and argan oil not to mention a whole slew of other beauty products the industry has sold you on.  But if you haven't heard of Marula Oil, then you really need to listen up!

The Marula fruit, called the “Golden Fruit of East Africa” has been used for over 10,000 years for medicinal, dietary, and health purposes.  This healing oil is widely used for its medicinal benefits by Southern African women and men and has been part of numerous beauty rituals for centuries to protect the skin and hair from the harsh and dry weather conditions. Marula oil is harvested from the nut inside the sweet Marula fruit.  Cynergy Health Science has harnessed the power of the Marula Oil with its excellent skin rejuvenating properties and tremendous stabilities while containing oleic acid, linoleic, palmitic and stearic acids.

Marula Oil

 

Marula Oil outperforms all known natural liquid oils and can be easily absorbed, maximizing its potency.  Whether used unrefined on its own (Pure Marula Oil)  or as a key ingredient in a more complicated product (Marula Mask) it is light in texture, super-fast absorbing, packed with nutrients and fatty acids that fight environmental aggressors, and is absolutely amazingly hydrating.  Marula Oil  contains proteins, minerals, antioxidants, and enzymes which make it ideal for skin care products.

 

It works for every skin type:  From dry to oily to sensitive skin, it's always naturally soothing, fast-absorbing, and never leaves a greasy residue.

 

It balances moisture levels and softens skin:  Whether it is used on its own or added to a skin product, a few drops on the face, neck, and décolleté will lock in moisture without leaving a thick residue. Plus, it will fight off free radicals that threaten your complexion.

 

It is an anti-ager:  It is chock full of fatty acids and omega oils, as well as Vitamins E and C, which work together to repair free radical damage, like that from the sun exposure or pollution, which accelerate aging. It's been shown to improve skin elasticity and reduce the appearance of fine lines and deep-set wrinkles.

 

It fights acne, as well as treats blemishes and scars:  Thanks to its hydrating and antimicrobial properties, applying it to your problem areas can help reduce the size and appearance of all kinds of blemishes. It can also reduce the appearance of scars and stretch marks.

 

  So…set aside your other oils…give Marula Oil a try!  You won’t regret it.

 

 

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