Vegan Moisturizing Face Oil


Your goal: Moisturize and/or cleanse

Our solution: KOI Tree of Life Moisturizing Face Oil 

Called the "Tree of Life", Africa's Baobab Tree produces nutrient dense fruit with seeds rich in fatty acids to provide gentle moisturization and nourishment; Vitamins A & C to hydrate and repair. 

Our moisturizing oil is from organic, cold pressed baobab seeds. It absorbs quickly without leaving a greasy residue.  


Gluten Free
Paraben Free
Phthalate Free
No Artificial Colors, Fragrances
No Mineral Oil
Ingredients: Organic Baobab Seed Oil
Directions: Use day or night after cleansing and toning, before moisturizing. Pump 1-2 pumps in palm of hand. Rub hands together and smooth oil over face, neck and décolletage in upward motions.


To use as a cleanser: Using clean hands, apply to wet skin in circular motion, clean off with a clean, warm wet washcloth. Pat face dry with clean towel. 


Five reasons to add plant based oils to your skin care routine  

  1. It may reduce your wrinkles.

Too much unprotected ultraviolet light is a set-up for free radical damage — and that means wrinkles and sunspots galore. Plant based oils are packed with antioxidants, which prevent further aging. If your skin tends to be on the shiny side and you're nervous about trying oils, start with a night time regimen. After washing your face at night, dabbing a tiny bit of you oil to the forehead, each cheek, nose, and chin can be beneficial.

  1. Good for dry skin.

Plummeting temps and cranked-up heaters suck moisture straight from the skin. Oils are the ideal antidote to dry, flaky skin and rough, rosy cheeks — and they can be much more effective at moisturizing than your standard over-the-counter lotions and creams. For softer skin and hair, applying a pea-sized amount of oil to your driest areas. Baobab Seed oil is packed with hydrating omega-3 fatty acids, making it is a good choice for sensitive skin.

  1. They really protect your skin.

Because oils are lipophilic, they can penetrate deep into the skin, trapping water and other moisturizing goodness in, while keeping toxins and other bad stuff out. Oils may also help fortify and strengthen our own natural skin barrier. This is especially important for big city dwellers who need extra protection against pollutants and smog, a known source of unwanted wrinkles.

  1. A perfect primer for makeup.

Baobab Seed oil zips through the top of skin at lightening quick speed, quickly settling comfortably into the areas that need hydrating the most. This gives an immediate plumping effect and creates the perfect canvas for your makeup — and the smoother your skin, the better your whole face will look.

  1. May calm down rashes.

Plant based oils have anti-inflammatory properties as well, helping to quell irritated skin.

The research-supported facts about what plant oils can do for skin show that the right plant oil or a blend of plant oils, can make a remarkable difference for dry, flaky, or dehydrated skin. Facial oils are for anyone whose skin could use a boost of nourishing, smoothing renewal, especially when seasonal cold or drier climates disturb your skin. Apply directly to skin by itself (after washing and toning) or follow with a cream moisturizer.