By Emily Cunningham


If you are reading this, you have probably tried dozens of oils and read many recipes to bring shine, health and strength to your hair. So many that at this point, it is time to simplify and get back to the building blocks of beauty and self care. 

With that in mind, let me introduce you to True Moringa. A simple, yet potent carrier oil with many uses and benefits. I have learned over the last couple of months that I can mix and use True Moringa safely and in tons of ways. A small dab on dry scalp, a small dab if my ends look dry, mixed with peppermint oil as a scalp stimulator, mixed with rosemary oil as a prewash conditioning treatment. Which is why I decided to launch a challenge: 100 ways to use True Moringa! 

What is True Moringa? 

A carrier oil that is cold pressed from one of natures most medicinal plants! 

What is a carrier oil? 

A carrier oil is a base oil that can be mixed with essential oils, used to make soap, lotions, aromatherapy, massage mixtures, skin care, hair care. Other carrier oils include: Argan, Coconut, Avocado, Castor, Jojoba, Sesame, Grapeseed. 

What makes True Moringa an amazing carrier oil? 

It is light, yet emollient.
Great for people with nut allergies.
Low scent. True Moringa can be mixed with any essential oil to customize the scent you desire. Yes, the most popular of carrier oils right now is coconut oil, but do you really want to smell like coconut oil all year long?
Rich in antioxidants, Vitamins A & E and Omega Fatty Acids. 

What is the True Moringa Challenge? 

Add True Moringa to your daily routine and tell us how you use True Moringa! What do you mix it with? Share via instagram or facebook using the #ilovetruemoringa hashtag or write me via or

In the next couple of weeks, we will share how your favorite bloggers and beauty junkies use True Moringa. Stay tuned for recipes and ideas. I am certain True Moringa will transform those cold dry winter months into glowing year long healthy hair and skin! 

In health and glow,

Merary Soto is the creator and writer of Mane Concern, a blog space dedicated to hair and scalp nutrition for women of all hair textures.