Originally from Africa, Sakoa or Marula oil nourishes, repairs and moisturizes the skin and hair, it softens and protects the skin thanks to its antioxidant properties.
It is obtained from the seeds in the fruit of a tree growing in the south of Madagascar,
The process is quite laborious.
Like Olive oil, Marula oil protects arteries from dangerous atheromas and also has amazing properties in cosmetics, body care, nail and hair care.
Cold-pressed vegetable oil:
Thanks to its high vitamin C content (8 times more than an orange) and its antioxidant power, it prevents premature skin aging.
Its very strong moisturizing and nourishing power restores the hydrolipidic barrier and protects the skin from environmental aggressions.
The softening substances contained in it, protect the hair from splitting, smooth and make dry, damaged hair silky and shiny.
Ideas and recepies ;
Mix the following oils
10ml Castor oil
20ml Baobab oil
70 ml Sakoa oil
Add 10 to 20 drops of Ylang ylang oil
Pour the solution into a 100ml spray bottle and impregnate hair before going to the beach or before bed. Wash off the next day with a mild shampoo.
Prepare your creams with Maroula oil or simply apply as a moisturizing oil.
30 ml calophyllum oil (dark is best)
70 ml sakoa oil
10 drops of cineole niaouli oil and
10 drops of Helichrysum gymnocephalum
For a gentle, spot-free tan.
1 tbsp Sakoaoil
10 drops of lemon essential oil
Wash the nails with some lemon juice (or just half an empty lemon), Massage the mixture onto nails and cuticles and brush them with a smooth brush