Marula Oil - Sclerocarya Birrea
Marula oil as been used for centuries throughout Africa its rich moisture content and noncomedogenic properties as made it popular in recent years
- Fatty acids, including palmitic, stearic, oleic, and myristic acids, which have emollient and moisturising benefits
- Rich in amino acids - glutamic and L-arginine acid , which have hydrating, anti-aging properties.
- Rich in antioxidants, such as phenolic compounds and vitamins C and E, which fight free radicals and may stave off skin damage caused by the ultraviolet rays of the sun and pollution