Natural Beauty Tuesday: Marula Oil, Better Than Argan Oil

Natural Beauty Tuesday: Marula Oil, Better Than Argan Oil

Marula Oil, Better Than Argan Oil

There’s a new super oil and it has made my face glow! It’s called Marula Oil.

Argan oil is super popular. Josie Maran, a natural brand makes argan oil everything from skin care, hair products, to makeup. I’ve heard wonders about argan oil but being acne prone my skin just didn’t agree with it. I kept hearing how amazing oils were for the face but every oil seemed to just make my skin go crazy until this new oil hit the stores. I received a gift card for Sephora over Christmas and I am a MAJOR beauty product junkie so I pretty much look at what’s new almost everyday. This new oil caught my eye and I decided to take the plunge despite its steep price tag and purchase it. Let me tell you it is amazing and I have never seen so many glowing reviews for every skin type out there as I have for Marula Oil.


What is it?

Marula Oil is a multifunctional facial oil that hydrates, protects, and rejuvenates the skin.

Specially formulated for the face and neck, premium Marula Oil is a naturally soothing treatment that provides intense hydration, protection, and rejuvenation to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles for soft, radiant skin. It is suitable for all skin types and contains a high content of fatty acids, resulting in fast absorption to leave skin smooth with a matte finish. Clinically proven to contain a great deal of antioxidants and omega acids, it can be used alone as a highly effective anti aging moisturizer, added to other facial products to boost their efficacy, soothe skin after facial treatments or sunburn, or used as a perfect makeup primer. The deliciously fresh scent that stems from a one percent essential oil blend and provides a total sensory experience upon application, then dissipates so it won’t fight your fragrance.

It has no parabens, sulfates, or phthalates.

In Fair Trade partnership, Marula is derived from wild-harvested, hand-selected Marula nuts by East African women, then cold pressed for the highest quality and purity. Marula is also completed sustainable—only the fallen fruit is collected. By using the fruit for jams, the nuts for Marula Oil, the shells for charcoal, and providing value to the wild stands of trees, the trees are protected. Proud member of the Fair Trade Association and Green America, it is doctor-endorsed, scientifically validated, and clinically proven.

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The oil can be used as a moisturizer or even added to your foundation, as a primer, or added to your cleanser for an extra glow!

it’s not the cheapest but your paying for the quality and a little goes a long way. A tiny drop is seriously enough for my face, neck, and hands.

I love this oil and no matter what skin type you have it is amazing but especially if you have acne prone, sensitive, combination skin like me then you will LOVE this oil and it’s worth every penny!

Has anyone tried this oil? or will you try it out?

They sell it on the website but here is the link to Sephora if you want to see reviews and what not

xoxo your health and fitness guru,

Tiff <3


  1. thanx for the info, my favorite hair oil now is argan oil from pro naturals , its’ very good and keeps my hair soft and healthy. 😀

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