Mun had lived in Cambodia for two years and worked as a VP of academic operations of an international school. Her time in Cambodia had allowed her to travel to many areas of Indo-China, especially Vietnam and Thailand. It was her stint here that she discovered local and regional women in need of a hand-up to support their families. Most local women are lowly paid, and have to work very hard, doubly hard, to support their families in male-dominated societies across the region. They have a lack of education and skills to allow them to succeed and most women end up being home-makers. In Thailand, Mun chanced upon a western support group called Warm Heart, who train local women on tradecrafts like weaving and making products for sale to the rest of the world.
In Cambodia, she also discovered the Khmer use of the Moringa tree and its widespread use for its nutritional goodness. The Khmer people eat the leaves as a garnish on all their food on a daily basis. The face and beauty industry has taken noticed of the moringa for a few years now.
At Munday Body Care, we have created a line of products that incorporates the moringa and hope that our customers will like them. It is Mun’s intention to continue to bring these traditional ingredients from the Indo-China or ASEAN region from her travels and incorporate them in her growing collection of bodycare products.
High concentration of behenic acid (5-10%), makes it a top anti-aging weapon, and provides deep moisturizing benefits for the hair.