8 of the Best Moringa Beauty Tutorials [For Your Face, Skin and Hair!]

Moringa is a vitamin & nutrient powerhouse, and most of the people who consume it do so because those nutrients keep our bodies healthy. That’s fantastic! But what sometimes takes people a while to realize is this: all those vitamins and nutrients in Moringa are also great for keeping your face, skin, and hair nourished, too. Here’s a list of 8 of our favorite Moringa beauty tutorials. All of these videos give step-by-step instructions on how to use Moringa to make face and hair masks, serums, and scrubs to leave your skin glowing and your hair growing.

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Take a look! We’re pretty dang sure you’ll fall in love with some of these the way we did, too.

1: DIY Malunggay-Moringa Hair Growth Serum

beautyklove

The first time I saw this video’s thumbnail, my jaw dropped down to my feet. While beautyklove’s gorgeous hair is the result of a lot of time and care, there’s no doubt that this growth serum plays a small part, too.

beautyklove uses a combination of Moringa, argan oil, vitamin E oil, and virgin coconut oil to create this serum. The final product is massaged into your scalp 2-3 times a week, where it works to repair damaged hair follicles, prevent hair loss, encourage hair growth, and prevent breakage.

This hair serum is extremely easy to make, and even easier to use: all you need are the Moringa leaves, the oils, a blender, and a strainer. Take 10 minutes out of your day to try this DIY; your hair will thank you for it!

Want to know where to find the right gear to grow your Moringa? Or the right Moringa Product to buy? Check out our Buyer’s Guide, we review it all there!

2: Natural Sisters’ DIY Moringa Body Scrub

Natural sisters

Natural sisters is probably my favorite Moringa/beauty-related channel, mostly because they have so many videos. It doesn’t matter whether you’re looking for DIY moringa tutorials for your hair, body, or face; this channel probably has the DIY you’re looking for. That said, this is my favorite one of their videos.

Idee Francis from Natural sisters uses a mixture of Moringa paste, baby oil, Moringa oil, sugar, coconut milk, rice powder, and rose water to create an exfoliating, moisturizing body scrub full of antioxidants. The end result looks weird and feels weirder, but it works. The first time I tried this scrub, it left my skin smoother than it had felt in at least a decade. The second time I tried this scrub, a random person in Walmart actually complimented me.

Give it a try. It’ll change your entire skin care routine.

3: DIY Moringa Face Mask for Acne

BeenieTV

I’ve only been watching BeenieTV’s videos for a few weeks, but she’s quickly become one of my favorite channels for a couple of reasons. She’s not actually a beauty vlogger in the way that many of these are; her focus is more on self-love, spirituality, and growth. But she does also offer several health and beauty DIYs, and does it while also giving affirmations and encouragement.

BeenieTV uses Moringa, honey, water, and lemon to make a super simple, super quick face mask that nonetheless works to introduce a ton of antioxidants and nutrients into your skin. This particular mask takes literally three minutes to put together and only needs 10-minutes of wear, and still manages to leave your skin looking and feeling brighter.

4: Whipped Shea Butter and Moringa Hair Mask

Praise Onaturals

This hair mask by Praise Onaturals uses a 7:3 ratio of whipped shea butter and Moringa-infused oil mixed to create a creamy DIY mask that leaves your hair shiny, healthy, and ready to grow.

Praise uses Jamaican black castor oil, tea tree oil, Moringa oil, coconut oil, almond oil, and Moringa powder (you can see her exact process in this video here) to create an oil mixture that, when combined with shea butter, works to pump your hair and scalp full of the exact vitamins, nutrients, and antioxidants that work to strengthen hair and prevent hair loss.

This DIY is a little more ingredient-heavy than most of the others on our list, but it’s worth it; every ingredient listed is one that has a specific purpose. The completed product is also gorgeous, turning into a light, creamy whip that will feel as luxurious as it is healthy.

5: Anti-Acne Moringa Oil Face Serum

WhippedGreenGirl Angie

WhippedGreenGirl shares a lot of DIYs, but for obvious reasons, this is one of my favorites. Angie uses a few different oils to make this anti-acne serum: rosehip, pumpkin seed, tea tree, sandalwood, and Vitamin E. Unlike many of the other DIYs on this list, though, Angie uses Moringa oil, rather than Moringa powder, to make this serum.

This has a number of pros: Moringa is jammed full of antioxidants, and it’s so light that it works with all skin types, including those with acne-prone skin. Because making the oil is so labor-intensive, though, 100% Moringa oil tends to be more expensive than most other similar oils, so take that into account if you want to follow this DIY to the letter.

6: Moringa Leaf Powder Face Mask for Brighter Skin

Sukhi Mann

Sukhi Mann’s brightening face mask is deceptively simple: she uses a grand total of three ingredients. The combination of these ingredients, however–Moringa powder, honey, and almond milk– is a powerful one. Honey is a natural antibacterial and full of antioxidants, all of which work to fight the bacteria that cause breakouts. Almond milk is jam-packed with Vitamin E, which helps protect your skin from UV rays. And Moringa is basically a combination of all of the above: an antifungal, an antibacterial, and full of so many vitamins, minerals, and nutrients that it basically works to protect and heal your skin all on its own.

This mask creates a dark green paste that’s thick enough to provide full coverage but thin enough that it doesn’t leave you feeling like it’s permanently clogged your pores. By the time you’re done, you’re going to feel the difference.

7: DIY Moringa Lip Scrub

True Moringa is one of our favorite Moringa resources for a couple of reasons. Mostly this is because the quality of their goods is fantastic. It’s also partly because of their YouTube channel, though, which is full of tutorials, DIYs, and guides to using their Moringa products.

This DIY is extremely simple: its only two ingredients are Moringa oil and sugar. That’s really all it needs. The sugar exfoliates your skin, while the Moringa oil works to moisturize your lips and provide much-needed nutrients and antioxidants.

Try it for a couple of minutes each day. By the end of a week or two, you’ll absolutely see and feel a huge difference.

8: Moringa Cold Process Soap

Vibrant Soap

Technically, this soap-making recipe by Vibrant Soap isn’t exactly a Moringa beauty tutorial. However, it can be used for beauty, and it’s a tutorial, so I’m adding it and no one can argue with me!

Clyde at Vibrant Soap uses a combination of clays, oils, colors, and Moringa tea to create a beautiful, moisturizing cold process soap that looks nearly as good as it feels on your skin. He does speed a bit through the chemistry bit of it, so if you want a tutorial that walks you through choosing oils and clays you may want to explore some of his other videos first (or simply look up a tutorial online), but he also goes into enough detail that you can easily follow along.

Conclusion

There are a bunch of different ways to use Moringa oils and powders to help moisturize your face, skin, hair, and more. These videos only deal with a very small number of the possibilities, and we’ll soon start posting some of our own. But they’re a fantastic place to begin, and most of these are easy enough (and contain enough household ingredients) that you could probably throw them together in a handful of minutes. Give them a try; you will absolutely be pleased with what you find.

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