Shea Terra Yangu Oil: Beauty Oil of the Maasai
Shea Terra

Shea Terra Yangu Oil: Beauty Oil of the Maasai

Regular price $35.00

100% Pure & Natural. Cold-Pressed. Looking for a light, serum like beauty oil to make your skin glow? Some days your skin wants something light. Treat them to this potent, anti-aging oil from the Maasai tribe of Kenya. Yangu Oil is rich in essential fatty acids and anti-oxidants. This light, penetrating oil is a must have in your beauty arsenal.

Despite hours of direct exposure to the sun, the Maasai have relatively little to no wrinkles and super firm skin well into their advanced years. Massaging their skin with butterfat is not their only secret to beautiful glowing skin, and now their "other secret" is available to you. Emollient Yangu Oil, said to offer UV sun protection (does not replace use of sunscreen or avoidance of direct sun exposure), is rich in anti-oxidants and essential fatty acids.

 Pure Yangu Oil is collected from the African wild by the Maasai themselves where it is taken to a mill to press out its precious oil. This sustainable oil not only provides a form of income to the world's most impoverished peoples, but it also provides a monetary benefit to preserve wild habitats which are being deforested at an alarming rate.
Your skin changes daily. Pollutants that it comes across, sun exposure level, your vitamin and mineral intake, the quality and amount of your water, and so on all affect and change your skin. Likewise, the skin oils that you use should change from time to time. What works for you one week might not work for you the next week. Plus, your skin benefits from the different nutrients that comes with changing up your oils. If one week your face feels a little oily, use a lighter oil and vice versa. 
Daily usage: Massage few drops into each of the five facial points (across face like a cross). Lightly massage under eye. 
Ingredients: 100% pure yangu oil
100% natural Non-clogging No mineral oil or perfume, benefits local tribes and wildlife habitats which are both endangered of becoming permanantly lost

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