Learn About the Amazing Benefits of Moringa Oil for Hair

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Moringa oil is a superfood ingredient that works wonders for both your hair and skin. Extracted from the seeds of the drumstick tree, moringa oil boosts the strength of your hair and restores dry, damaged strands. It protects the hair from heat damage, and it’s ideal for color-treated hair. If you’re not yet convinced, keep reading! Because we’re breaking down all the benefits for hair and skin and telling you why you need moringa oil in your hair care routine.

What is Moringa Oil?

Moringa oil is an essential oil from the seeds of the moringa oleifera tree. Full of phytonutrients and antioxidants, and with a ton of benefits for your skin, hair and overall health, moringa oil is a superfood.
"Moringa oil is a cold pressed oil that comes from the Moringa Oleifera tree. It is high in oleic acid and contains many nutrients that help provide shine. It also supports hydration and protection and has anti-inflammatory properties. Moringa Oil can be found in The Circle Chronicles, specifically within The Spotlight Circle." —Sunny Brewer, Davines Technical Education Manager
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What is Moringa Oil Used For?

Not only does moringa oil work wonders for skin, if you’re wondering how to repair damaged hair moringa is the hair oil to use. Moringa oil’s benefits for hair include nourishing the lengths of your strands with essential vitamins and minerals while deeply conditioning the scalp and strengthening hair follicles. Regular use of this ingredient (like by using a hair mask with moringa oil) helps to reduce split ends and hydrates chemically treated hair. Moringa oil even helps your hair retain pigment.

What are the Benefits of Moringa Oil for Hair?

Moisturizes the scalp

Unlike other oils used in hair care, moringa oil has the ability to deliver moisture directly to the scalp. This nourishes your strands directly from the source. Because of this, you can apply moringa oil to wet or damp hair and scalp and it will still deliver the same hydration results.

Helps with hair loss

Moringa oil increases blood circulation to the scalp, boosting hair growth. As your circulation increases, so do your hair follicles' absorption of nutrients, for stronger, healthier hair.

Thickens hair 

The zinc in moringa oil promotes keratin production. Your strands are 80% keratin. More keratin means more strand reinforcement, giving the appearance of thicker hair. If you’re interested in hiding thinning hair, moringa oil can help.

Helps with dandruff and improves scalp health

Moringa oil’s antimicrobial and detoxifying properties make it ideal for ridding the scalp of dandruff. Just massaging the oil into your wet scalp and rinsing can lift away dirt, dandruff and product residue for a healthy and clean scalp. 

Improves split ends

Moringa oil is packed with amino acids that infuse the hair shafts with nutrients, smoothing frizz and promoting shine. These amino acids nourish weak, brittle strands and help to smooth and repair split ends.

Softens hair

Moringa oil is rich in fatty acids that work to improve hair texture and shine. And the protein make-up of moringa oil provides protection from environmental aggressors like UV rays, humidity and air pollution that can otherwise dry out your hair.

Helps maintain color

The vitamins C and E in moringa oil can protect your hair color from fading whether you have color-treated-hair or not. The oil creates a protective film on your hair, helping to preserve the vibrancy of your color.

Final Thoughts on Moringa Oil’s Benefits for Hair

Strengthen your hair, moisturize your scalp, and fight split ends while promoting natural growth by incorporating Davines’ hair mask with moringa oil into your hair routine. It works on all hair types for a boost of shine and color enhancement. All Davines formulas are sulfate-free, use natural ingredients, and are made with renewable energy and packaging that minimizes the environmental impact. Davines hair care isn’t just good for your hair, it’s good for the planet.

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