BODY OIL FOR RIPE SKIN
COMPONENTS: ARGAN VEGETABLE OIL, ROSEHIP AND MIRRH ESSENTIAL OILS
Properties: Contains vitamin E. Antioxidant, combats free radicals delaying oxidation and degeneration of tissues. Skin regenerator, indicated to eliminate or prevent scars. Recommended for mature skin, wrinkled or cracked.
Argan vegetable oil is one of the most sought after and best valued especially in mature skins. Contains monounsaturated fatty acids (omega-9), polyunsaturated fatty acids (omega 6), less than 20% saturated fatty acids and Vitamin E.
It is highly antioxidant, which means it is able to fight free radicals to retard oxidation and degeneration of tissues. Very suitable for mature skin, with wrinkles or cracks.
Rosehip vegetable oil is a great cutaneous regenerator (wrinkles, spots, scars), stimulates the production of collagen and elastin. It hydrates and nourishes the skin in depth and contributes a considerable amount of natural nutrients of Omega 3 and 6, that have cell regenerative properties and contribute to maintain the flexibility of the cellular membrane. It is beneficial to treat acne lesions and promotes healing of the tissues. Very indicated in case of burns, to remove scars or to prevent them.
The essential oil of myrrh is widely used in natural beauty treatments, for its ability to stimulate blood risk, and cellular nutrition. It is very effective in repairing and healing damaged areas, exerting a refreshing and luminous effect on the skin.
The essential oil of incense, has an anti-inflammatory and regenerative effect, indicated to combat wrinkles and impurities of the skin. It stimulates lymphatic irrigation and releases toxins, allowing faster and more effective skin regeneration.
Precautions: * Not recommended during the months of pregnancy and lactation
These properties and applications have been obtained from reference works in the field of aromatherapy and use of vegetable and essential oils. All information on this page is for informational purposes only, and can not be considered as medical information, nor does it compromise our legal responsibility. Consult your doctor or health professional trained in aromatherapy for a specific and appropriate therapeutic treatment.