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Collection: Noni Seed Oil

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Scientific Name: {Morinda citrifolia}
Common Name: {Indian mulberry fruit, cheese fruit, noni, beach mulberry, great morinda}

Noni seed oil is made from the seeds of the Noni plant. The Polynesians used Noni fruit has been used for centuries by Polynesians to prolong life and give the face moisture. The fruit of this plant is often juiced and, when consumed, is believed to improve all of the body's core functions.

The oil is pressed from the seeds. It is a moisturizing agent because it is rich in linoleic acid. Linoleic acid is responsible for keeping the face hydrated at an optimum level.

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Noni oil started as a dye for fabrics when it was first discovered. The seeds, which come from green, almost pine cone-shaped fruit, are dark and, in some formulations, create a deep, rich stain.

The Noni seed oil used in skincare will not stain your skin but will lend anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and a wide range of beneficial nutrients. Remember that though Noni oil does not have the most pleasant ingredient odor, it is a powerhouse for nutrients.

  • Fatty acids – Very few plants can deliver essential fatty acids to humans. Most of our fatty acids are derived from seafood. Noni oil's acids are called "essential" because they are necessary to keep skin healthy.
These acids are necessary for the everyday function of cells and for producing new cell layers to replace skin cells that die and slough away.

Fatty acids also keep the skin adequately moisturized. Most women struggle with having either too dry or too oily skin. Many women even have combination skin; some areas are too dry, and some are too oily.

The best way to handle combination skin is to treat each area with different products. For example, most cosmetic companies claim that not all moisturizers will work for all women. Still, Noni oil is just that moisturizer.


Fatty acids help train the skin to produce the right amount of moisture and hold onto it instead of expelling it onto the surface. The result is more beautiful-looking skin.
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Instead of merely slathering any moisturized skin, women who use Noni oil find that it has some remarkable properties. It delivers the perfect moisture level every time to every different kind of skin.

How is this possible? Noni oil is quickly absorbed into the skin, leaving no greasy residue on the surface. It is then absorbed into the individual skin cells, where they learn to hold on to excess moisture instead of expelling it back to the skin's surface.

That means that oily skin will be less oily and that dry skin will be better moisturized.

  • 2. Anti-inflammatory properties - Noni oil's first uses were anti-inflammatory for arthritis and other chronic pains. When used on the face, it does not necessarily have to relieve pain, but it can help reduce the swelling, puffiness, and redness that often accompanies irritated skin.
Irritated skin also takes longer to regenerate. However, applying Noni oil can keep your skin looking happy and healthy.
  • 3. Antioxidant is an essential part of our routine. Because sun exposure and contact with environmental pollutants are inevitable, protecting our skin from free radicals with antioxidants is vital.
While eating a healthy diet is one of the best ways to fight free radicals, applying Noni oil to the skin is an excellent way to deliver antioxidants directly to the problem. 

Noni oil is a natural antioxidant. This means that the oil will penetrate even into the deepest layers of skin, protecting them from the destructive effects of free radicals and giving the skin layers the ability to replenish skin.

The body is infiltrated with free radicals as we are exposed to the sun and environmental pollutants. They are fast-moving molecules that can cause premature aging.

An antioxidant like Noni oil neutralizes these molecules and allows the skin to expel them.

Though Noni oil is mainly a moisturizer, it has some incredible benefits that make it worthwhile, even if you do not have dry or oily skin.

Sources:
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5920423/
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Noni_juice
https://www.science.gov/topicpages/m/morinda+citrifolia+noni.html