1. What’s so special about Panya’s Moringa oil?

    As with most natural ingredients, it’s important to use products made with high-quality moringa oil. Panya’s Moringa oil is cold pressed which contains the highest levels of nutrients and antioxidants. It is especially rich in Vitamin A and E, which is a strong antioxidant that prevents free radical damage both internally and also used topically on the skin. It is not easy to find purity of the oil like ours in the market. 

    Cold-pressed moringa seed oil contains many phytosterols, which are found in the membranes of plants. The oil is packed with nutrients, antioxidants, and anti-inflammatories, good for smoothing, calming and clearing the complexion. Usually compared to argan oil and similar oils, moringa is thinner and more quickly soaks into the skin, making it a suitable selection for all skin types.

    Being an ex-model and a health conscious mother, founder of Panya beauty products, Kamonrut Latseeta went through laborious research to learn how to grow the best moringa trees. She ensures that everything was produced 100% natural and organic, hand picked the seeds and went to the extent to assist the local farmers by providing them with the rightful knowledge for the best cultivation of their moringa tree plantations. 

    There are just a few of the many benefits of Moringa oil. We would recommend you to try out this out and see the results for yourselves.

  2. Can I use Moringa oil if my skin is oily?

    In order to stay hydrated, our skin produces oil from the sebaceous glands found on the skin's surface. By producing oil, our skin is able to maintain shape, tone and prevent premature anti-aging. On the downside, with excessive oil production, there is potential for the oil to get mixed with dirt and cause clogged pores leading to raised blemishes and acne. This causes oily skin. Moringa oil is light enough to keep your skin hydrate without feeling greasy and serves as a moisturizer for your skin. Strikingly similar to the oil your skin produces naturally, moringa oil brings your skin back into balance and your skin stops producing excessive oil thus restoring a healthy, natural glow.

  3. How do you use it?

    Apply it onto your face in the morning and in the evening like normal facial cream.

    - Before bedtime, you can apply Moringa oil first and then apply your favourite the face cream. This can also improve the effectiveness of your facial cream
    - For daytime usage, you can apply Moringa oil directly onto your face followed by your sunscreen lotion or your foundation and makeup as usual
    - For skin problems such as infections, psoriasis, eczema, fungus, topical ulcers, wounds and inflammation, Moringa oil can be applied 2-3 times a day on the affected area.

  4. Can it be used on sensitive skin?

    Our Moringa oil is 100% natural , and cold pressed from organic plantations. Suitable for sensitive skin, it can also be used for babies with allergies and diaper rash. It helps to reduce swelling from mosquitoes and insect bites.

    For people with extreme skin conditions, we suggest that should test it at the back of your ear or under your chin first. If you show signs of allergies, please stop using it and consult a doctor.

  5. How can Moringa oil reduces black spots?

    Moringa oil boasts a high concentration of oleic acid, which helps nutrients penetrate deep into the skin, repairing skin damage and scarring, and restoring hydration, plumping and nourishing dry, dull, and flaky skin. Thus helps in reducing the black spots, redness from acne and scars disappear faster too.

  6. How long does it takes before you get to see results on your freckles?

    It starts to work the moment it penetrates through your skin after application. But freckles requires continuous application. Many customers are satisfied with their results that freckles have been reduced.

  7. Will it work on wrinkles?

    Most of our customers reviewed that Moringa oil reduces their wrinkles and smooths the fine lines on their skin over a period of time. Vitamin A smooths the skin and boosts collagen production for a firmer appearance. Vitamins C and E are powerful antioxidants, and help to soften and brighten the complexion. B vitamins make the skin more resilient and hold in moisture. Depending on the skin condition of each individual, it should be used regularly for faster and effective results.

  8. Can Moringa oil be used on itchy dry scalp and dry hair?

    To treat dry scalp, If flakes and itching are a concern, try giving your scalp a moringa oil massage. Wrap hair in a warm towel and allow the oil to soak in for 20-30 minutes.

    For dry hair, smooth frizz and flyaways, add a small amount of the oil to palm and warm between hands, then gentle run through strands. Moringa oil is light and won’t leave behind a greasy looking hairdo.

  9. Can it be used on acne and blemishes?

    Clogged pores and breakouts can be tough to banish. Moringa is antiseptic and anti-inflammatory, aiding in the fight against acne and blackheads. It is light enough to keep oily skin hydrated without feeling greasy. Use it as a nighttime moisturizer or add to your daily acne treatment and you will be able to see it work on your skin.

  10. What is the difference between Moringa oil and Coconut oil?

    Moringa oil is indigenous to Northern India and is a fundamental requirement in Ayurvedic skin care. The oil is good for smoothing, calming and clearing the complexion and is packed with nutrients, antioxidants, and anti-inflammatories.

    Coconut oil is a great moisturizer that sinks in quickly, but it is considered to be fairly comedogenic and can clog pores that means it does not easily gets absorbed in the skin . However, Moringa oil will moisturize skin and will help to clear pores by getting absorbed in the body.

    Antioxidant-rich moringa oil has been shown to fight the effects of pollution on skin while slowing down the skin's aging process by improving cell turnover.

    Egyptians knew about the beauty secrets of moringa oil, gained by pressing seeds of the moringa tree, and used it to preserve the skin. The ingredient was so honored in Egyptian culture that they were often buried with jars of the oil.

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