Ingredients Spotlight - Karanja Oil

Oil Divine Ingredients A-Z: Karanja Oil 

As you guessed, at Oil Divine we are all about oils, whether its for hair, skin, nails, or body. And today we are unveiling an under the radar oil - Karanja. 

What is Karanja Oil?

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Karanja oil is a cold-pressed oil derived from the seeds of the Pongolote Tree that is native to India and South Asia. The shrub itself is extremely resilient and weather resistant that is able to grow in extreme conditions - dry, wet, and even blazes of extreme heat. 

Native to India, it has been used in Ayurvedic medicine to help with eczema and psoriasis given its anti-inflammatory and healing properties thanks to its high levels of omega 9 fatty acid. 

Karanja oil is rich in flavonoids, found in seeds, nuts, grains, spices, and other medicinal plants. Flavonoids play a vital role in protecting the seed and plant from environmental damage & known for its UV-blocking and absorbing abilities. As a result, it offers protection for both skin and hair. 

Properties & Benefits of Karanja Oil 

Anti-inflammatory 
Anti-bacterial 
Anti-fungal 
Antioxidant rich 
Soothes irritation 
Protects against UV damage 
Prevents hair coloring from fading 
Shields skin against UV damage 

    Karanja Oil x Oil Divine 

    We are all about oils at Oil Divine and we knew that we must harness the power of karanja oil, this lightweight and naturally protectant for hair and skin. It is in our one-of-a-kind Hair Growth Oil & the all natural Herpes Relief Oil.

    Many people will experience scalp issues at some point in life, so karanja is beneficial as it protects the hydrolipid film / scalp barrier whilst also acting as an astringent. It also prevents color stripping and dryness caused by sun exposure and alongside other botanical oils like rosemary, thyme, peppermint, baobab and ayuverdic ingredients like brahmi, bhringraj, tamanu, shikakai oils and many more to work together in giving hair the most optimal scalp health. 

     

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