Maracuja word comes from the Amazon, where it refers to the Passion fruit.
Its biological name is Passiflora edulis.
The seeds of this fruit are rich in oil, and when extracted, this is termed as maracuja oil.
Passion flower is an exotic, breathtaking flower which has many health benefits too.
Most common application of passion flower is to induce sleep and promote relaxation in people with anxiety.
The maracuja oil is high in Vitamin C.
Prolonged exposure to bright sunlight also exposes us to harmful UV radiation.
UV rays are harmful for the skin, especially the UV-B rays.
Over time, these rays lead to skin damage which is characteristic of accelerated ageing.
The signs of this ageing on skin are wrinkles, sun spots and blemishes.
Apply maracuja oil directly to these regions.
The nutrients in maracuja oil can aid the skin in recovering from sun induced damage.
The maracuja oil has many benefits and various applications:
1. Relieves dry skin
2. Fights signs of skin aging
We are using maracuja oil in our face care range, in the oils, creams and soaps.