Moringa oil for massage
It contains vitamins, minerals and essential fatty acids and many of them soften and improve the condition of the skin. Few of the blends have been found to be highly effective in treating irritated, sensitive conditions. These include eczema, psoriasis and other minor skin ailments they can assist to reduce wrinkles and scar tissue. Massage oils are used up to 98% in a typical aromatherapy treatment. Aromatherapy applications are part of the treatment procedures in traditional medicinal systems.
Aromatherapy and health care
It can enhance mood and general feeling of well-being through massage. This oil application improves lymphatic and blood circulation with effective massaging. Depending upon the constitution essential oils used the blood vessels will either constrict or dilate thereby raising or lowering blood pressure. This can balance the hormone production in human body by the endocrine glands.
This oil has 46 anti oxidants that help to stop the activity of free radicals that cause fine lines and wrinkles in human body. It can strengthen immune system by assisting to kill viruses, bacteria and fungal infections. It can reduce pain and encourage restful sleep. It can improve digestion. It is widely used in aromatherapy as it has vitamins A, B, C, D and E. Minerals such as iron, copper, magnesium and selenium have been identified to play vital role in skin care. It has essential amino acids especially cystine and methionine.
L-methionine possesses antioxidant properties and can protect the body from toxic chemicals. It can stabilize free radicals and stops cells from being destroyed by free radicals. This oil functions as massage oil with its nourishing and emollient properties. Massaging with this oil can give smooth look to skin. Moisturizing and nourishing properties in moringa oleifera seed oil are due to enriched palmitoleic, oleic and linoleic acids. It has vitamins A, C, E and unsaturated Behenic acid. This oil is most stable oil and it is lighter than olive oil.