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Oils of Heaven Moringa Oil is a very light, fast absorbing carrier oil, ideal for dehydrated skin due to its antioxidant content, but even more so, ideal for oily skin due to its anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory properties.

Oils Of Heaven Moringa Oil Review

A few months ago I reviewed Oils of Heaven’s Cacay Oil; today, I’ll review another oil from Love Lula’s own brand – Oils of Heaven Moringa Oil. After thoroughly testing the Cacay Oil and being impressed with it, I thought Moringa Oil might lag behind a bit – not so! If you were to ask me which of the two I’d recommend, I’d say a combination of the two could very well prove to be the best – Cacay Oil for more of a nourishing pampering, while the Moringa Oil is that carrier/facial oil you can reach to at any given moment, especially if you have an oily (which can be quite dehydrated, too) skin, prone to acne, but you need a light and fast absorbing facial oil.

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The Oils of Heaven Moringa Oil is of a light yellow color and you’ll immediately notice that the texture is very light; it won’t feel heavy on the skin and it will absorb very quickly – thus being a great facial oil to be used even during the day, before applying moisturizer and makeup; even though, with Moringa Oil being such a great emollient, your skin will receive much hydration as it is.

Oils Of Heaven Moringa Oil Review

Soon after using Moringa Oil, you will notice your skin having a healthy glow due to the oil having exfoliating properties as well, and it won’t, by any means, feel nor look oily.

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Moringa Oil constitutes of a high content of fatty acids, specifically 70% of oleic acid. Another constituent, worthy of mention, in Morniga Oil is Behenic Acid, which helps smooth the skin as well as condition it. Moringa Oil also contains a strong presence of antioxidants in a form of Vitamin E and flavonoids and sterols, thus making this light facial oil a great anti-aging oil as well.

Due to its anti-inflammatory and anti-microbial properties, Morniga Oil, being excellent for oily and acne prone skin,  has a long shelf life, and can act as a mild natural preservative as well.

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My final word?

Oils of Heaven Moringa Oil and Cacay Oil

The Oils of Heaven Moringa Oil is a light, fast absorbing carrier and facial oil, excellent for the skin in a need of hydration, but above all – it’s an excellent oil for oily and acne prone skin. It’s a great anti-aging oil, which will leave your skin with a healthy and non-greasy glowy look, while also proving the skin with an anti-aging benefits.

I’ve been using the Oils of Heaven Moringa Oil for the past 3 months, and there’s about half of the 30ml bottle left; I’ll keep the remaining oil for the summer days, as this light and fast absorbing oil will come handy during hottter days, when the skin will still need much hydration, but something light on the skin as well.

The price? £19 (around €22) for a 30ml bottle, which should last you around 6 months – affordable and acceptable. However, you can also get 15ml of Moringa Oil for £9,50 or a set of trial sizes of all the Oils of Heaven Oils for £12,50.

Do I recommend Oils of Heaven Moringa Oil? Absolutely, it’s an affordable facial oil, great for any type of skin, but especially for those, with oily skin, who are looking for a light facial oil with anti-bacterial properties.

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Have you tried any of the Oils of Heaven Oils yet? How did you like them? Have you had a chance to try their Moringa Oil? Let me know!

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For more information on Oils of Heaven, please visit their dedicated brand page.

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Oils of Heaven Moringa has been provided to Nature of Europe by Love Lula’s own brand Oils of Heaven for the purpose of an honest review.

Nature of Europe is Love Lula’s Accredited Blogger.

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  1. I love using oil on my face, its the best solution for my oily skin xx

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