marula oil IN THE NEWS


Marula Oil In Marie Claire

9 Reasons You Need to Try Marula Oil ASAP

So many beauty benefits, so little effort.

By now, your beauty cupboards are likely stocked with coconut oil and Argan oil (not to mention a whole slew of K-beauty products to boot). But if you haven’t yet heard of marula oil, AKA our new favorite multi-purpose miracle product, then we must insist that you give it a try.



Why Marula Oil Needs to Become a Part of Your Beauty Routine ASAP

The new oil you’ve been hearing about is fast-absorbing, super-hydrating, and will not break you out.

Remember when argan oil came on the scene and blew your mind with its hydrating/anti-aging capabilities and then every beauty product you ever used contained it? Well, while argan oil isn’t going anywhere, there’s a new oil on the block that contains 60 percent more antioxidants than argan oil (bye, wrinkles and sun damage!) and is even more skin friendly.

Allure magazine

Marula Oil In ALLURE

Is Marula Oil the Secret to Perfect Skin and Hair?

Marula oil is made from the seed of the fruit of the marula tree, which is native to South Africa. And it has a lot of selling points. It’s moisturizing, but it won’t clog your pores. “It’s rich in essential fatty acids that mimic those that exist naturally in the outer layer of the skin,” says Joshua Zeichner, an assistant professor of dermatology at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City.

Huffington Post

Marula Oil In The Huffington Post

How I Got Better Skin With Facial Oil (And So Can You)

Dry skin will always play a role in my life — through eczema, allergic reactions and heat bumps, my body has encountered some tough, dehydrating times. So, as a new New Yorker, of course my face wanted to punch itself because of the harsh wind and cold temperatures I made it go through.


FROM Yahoo Beauty

Should You Try Marula Oil?

Right now, everybody loves oils. Intensely hydrating and packed with nutrients, they can replace everything, especially all those creams and lotions loaded with chemicals and preservatives — or at least everything from your moisturizer to your frizz-fighting serum in your beauty routine.