Moringa oil

Oil-la-la! Here’s the many ways you and your baby can benefit from Moringa Seed Oil

Did you know that the seeds inside a moringa pod are just as healthy and beneficial as its leaves? The pod itself can be used as ingredient for stewed vegetables mix or broth-based dishes, and when the flesh and seeds are eaten it provides just as many nutrients as the leaves such as vitamins, zinc, iron, calcium, antioxidants, and fiber to mention a few.

When dried and extracted using the cold press method, the seed can produce 11-62% of oil. Moringa seed oil is found to be rich in tocopherols, a specific form of Vitamin E, with oleic acid. These are known antioxidants and anti-inflammatory agents that prevent oxidative stress that causes premature aging. In ancient Egypt, moringa seed oil is used as an ingredient in cosmetics.

We here at Go-Lacta like to call Moringa Seed Oil ‘yellow gold’ in reference to the oil color it produces plus the many amazing benefits it gives to the skin and hair. Go-Lacta’s very own cold pressed Moringa Dry Oil is a great alternative to other oils and moisturizers out in the market because it comes from 100% premium, natural, and organic moringa seed.

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Here are the many reasons why moms should always have a bottle of Moringa Dry Oil within their reach.

  1. Soothes cracked, stretched, and dry skin. Got chapped lips, itchy stretch marks, or cracked nipples? No worries. Moringa oil acts like a soothing balm on dry, irritated, and sensitive skin. The good thing is it doesn’t leave an oily feel on the skin. Just apply on the dry area regularly.

  2. Prevents diaper rash. Moringa oil has antibacterial and anti-microbial properties which makes it an ideal protection against diaper rash and moist areas.

  3. Good for hydration and moisturizing. Moringa oil is a safe and natural source of hydration and moisture for the skin and is perfect for mommy’s dry skin and baby’s delicate skin. Use on the face, under the elbow, on cracked soles, and any on surface of your and your baby’s body that needs extra pampering.

  4. Ideal for hair growth. We’ve all heard of stories of mommies having excessive hair fall just after giving birth. Moringa oil, which is rich in Vitamin E, may help not only bring hair back hair to its normal growth cycle but can add shine to it as well when applied on hair and scalp.

Combines well with other essential oils. On its own, moringa oil is already complete and, in fact, carries a very neutral scent. But, if you’re in the mood for a little pampering, it mixes very well with other essential oils of your choice. Use it to massage hair, scalp, and b