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Cold-pressed from the seeds of the Marula tree, marula oil boasts a rich history in use for its soothing emollient properties. Marula oil, with its light nutty scent, is:
Moisturizing for soft, supple skin
Used in the hair as a hydrating hair oil
Nourishing for the nail beds
What is Marula?
Found thriving in southern Africa throughout Namibia, Botswana, and Zimbabwe, marula (Sclerocarya birrea) is a tree with a wide, spreading crown and distinct grey mottled bark. It can reach a height of 60 feet and bears culturally-significant stone fruits (drupes) with yellow skin and white flesh that is naturally rich in vitamin C. Within the fruit, the stone is about the size of a walnut, and is dried to reveal the seeds within, which is the source of marula oil.
The distribution of the marula tree has historically followed the migration of the Bantu people throughout Africa. Marula is an incredibly important part of the culture and diets of these and other people in Africa. The Tsonga people of South Africa and Mozambique have long used marula oil as a moisturizing skin and massage oil. In fact, evidence suggests marula has been used as early as 9000 B.C.!
Marula Oil Products
While women have been using marula oil to moisturize and rejuvenate their skin for generations, this precious oil has become a staple in the beauty industry for its emollient properties. It can be found in hair, nail, and skin care products and cosmetics worldwide. The oil is cold-pressed from marula seeds and has a natural nutty, oily scent that blends well with essential oils for added aromatherapy benefits.
Pipign Rock’s pure Marula Oil is nourishing for aging or dry skin, helping to promote moisture balance, elasticity, and suppleness. Use our Marula Oil in hot hair oil treatments or in your next home manicure to experience all the beautifying benefits this nourishing oil has to offer! Our Marula Oil comes in glass amber bottles with dropper tops.
Directions for Use
Add a few drops of Marula Oil to areas of concern and gently massage until absorbed. Marula Oil can be used under sunscreen. Massage into ends of hair or use in hot hair oil treatments. This oil can also be used in your homemade DIY projects such as in creating body care products.