How Moringa Benefits Our Skin

Moringa is a popularly known superfood with powerful benefits and taste-enhancing properties.  Its leaves, fruits, flowers, and seeds are all full of nutrients and minerals with amazing health benefits. Also known as drumstick, this incredibly useful food has 7 times the vitamin C of oranges, 4 times the vitamin A of carrots, 4 times the calcium of milk, 3 times the potassium of bananas, and twice the protein of yogurt. All of these nutrients are great for nourishing our skin as well as our overall health.

Check out below the skin benefits we can obtain from using moringa.

Has Antiseptic and Anti-Inflammatory Properties

Due to its antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties, moringa has been used to treat and heal burns, insect bites, rashes, minor skin abrasions, minor cuts and scrapes, bruises, and sunburn and skin infections.

Helps Reduce Large Pores

Moringa has been found to be a potent remedy against large open pores of the skin. This effect was mainly attributed to its skin health-boosting collagen protein which can help reduce pores and tighten the skin.

Helps Minimize Breakouts, Wrinkles And Guard Against Pollution

Moringa is bursting with vitamin A which is one of the most powerful vitamins we need to achieve an almost perfect looking skin. It is recommended to apply moringa topically to encourage skin cells to renew thus limiting pesky breakouts, pigmentation and blur blemishes, and fine lines into oblivion.
Both moringa oil and the leaves can be used to slow down these early signs of aging.

Can Help Improve Complexion

Since moringa helps prevent blemishes, it can improve complexion and give us an even tone. Applying a paste of the leaves on the face can help reduce dark spots and blemishes.

Helps Fight Acne

Moringa’s antibacterial properties have been known to prevent acne breakouts. Applying moringa oil or a paste of moringa leaves on the affected areas of the face can help fight off acne.

May Provide Protection Against Harmful UV Rays

Moringa contains high levels of beta-carotene which can help protect the skin against the harmful effects of the sun.

Can Help Treat Scalp Problems

Our scalp is also skin. With moringa leaves, our scalp will enjoy various micronutrients and vitamins that it needs to get rid of dandruff and improve the condition of the hair.

Another Known Way of Using Moringa to Benefit Our Skin

Can Be Used As An Anti-Blemish Face Mask

In a bowl, mix half of a mashed banana, one tablespoon each of honey and moringa powder, and two tablespoons of tea tree oil. Apply the mixture to the problem spots. Leave it on for 15 to 20 minutes. Use warm water to wash the mask off.

How To Make A Nutritional Face Mask

Mix one mashed ripe avocado, one tablespoon of moringa powder, and one teaspoon each of honey and water or lemon juice. Apply the mixture to the face in a nice and even way while avoiding the area around the eyes. Leave the mask for about 15-20 minutes. Afterward, wash off with warm water and enjoy the fresh feel of the skin.