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The Power Of Marula Oil!

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The benefits of Marula Oil are known throughout Africa as a mircale healer of skin and now we can enjoy it too! Filled with high levels of antioxidants this super oil provides protection against environmental agressors, free radicals and signs of premature aging. Light, powerful and suitable for every skin type! Marula Oil is harvested in Africa and what we love most about this brand is also that's it's very eco conscious. The oil is sustainably harvested by local tribeswomen who gather nuts that have already fallen off the tree and are then hand cracked and manually cold pressed to ensure the highest quality product. A good portion of the brand's proceeds go back to this community to further education and overall quality of life for the families. The value of this miracle product is priceless both for the benefits you will see on your skin and also the story behind it. Dr Kaidi was recently featured in an interview speaking about the power of Marula Oil!

 

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