Marula oil is having a moment. And for good reason. The benefits of marula oil for hair are numerous. First and foremost, it’s an easy, non-greasy way to manage the frizz, dryness, and cuticle damage, similar to other oils such as Argan (we recommend this for thinner hair because it penetrates a little deeper).
Marula oil works exceptionally well on thicker, curly hair that tends to be more absorbent. Used daily, think of it as a leave-in conditioner that seals and coats the hair cuticle. Marula oil hair spray is lightweight in texture, resulting in a satin finish without weighing down strands. It’s safe to use on all hair types, including naturally textured hair. Keep it nearby and spritz hair whenever you feel you need it for a quick, beautiful fix.
Hair care professionals are all a buzz about marula oil for hair lately, noting it’s essential for any beauty routine. They cite its nourishment as the “gold standard,” referring to the oil’s light yellowish tone. The oil itself is sourced from Southern Africa, extracted from the kernels and nuts of the marula fruit tree (Sclerocarya birrea). It’s grown in popularity recently and is quickly becoming a staple in salons and at-home use.
This lushious age-old natural hair remedy has a modern following. It has found a new audience in today’s beauty mavens who swear by its many nourishing benefits for hair follicles. They love the subtle nutty scent, adding it to their shampoo or conditioner to moisturize and condition or using it alone to easily keep their hair and scalp healthy.
“Clients frequently ask me, “Is Marula Oil good for hair?” says hairstylist and Chita Beauty founder Suzi Abadjian. “It definitely is a product I love to have in my hair styling arsenal. Its antioxidant properties are known to revitalize hair and give strands that added shine. It’s ideal for damaged hair and preventing split ends.”
Marula oil hair growth properties are the nutrition that any hair can benefit from, especially over-processed and sun-damaged locks. Packed with antioxidants like Vitamins C and E, it instantly provides the nourishment often lacking in coarse, brittle hair. It helps maintain blowouts on dry hair, so the ends stay manageable and smooth, and tames flyaways for a sleek style that’s the latest trend.
An effective sealant, the benefits of marula oil for hair include acting as a UV protectant, shielding hair from harmful rays and environmental damage, so essential as the weather warms up and we head outdoors again. Of equal importance is how it protects heat-styled hair while providing a beautiful finishing touch to hairstyles (a must for the upcoming wedding season!).
Marula Oil helps dry, irritated scalps thanks to its healing antimicrobial properties that’s deeply penetrating for inflammation, itchiness, and dandruff. It’s non-comedogenic so that it won’t clog pores.
“If you use marula oil for hair care, then you know the silky and nourishing effects. If not, do yourself a favor and grab a bottle and get to know this essential ‘gold elixir’ and never have a bad hair day!” adds Suzi.
Shop Chita Beauty Marula Oil Treatment Mist for a weightless on-the-go hydrating formula that revives dry ends and rough texture, leaving your hair super soft, shiny, and healthy. It’s a bit of luxury that’s affordable and effective.
Check out Suzi’s YouTube channel for tips on using the Chita Beauty product line, such as this informative video creating beach waves using Marula Oil Treatment Mist.