AYURVEDIC OIL – 100ml
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Ayurveda praises sesame oil for its abundance of vitamins and trace elements for all skin and hair types, including mature ones. It does not block pores, it provides magnesium and a perfect mix of unsaturated acids. It smells of ylang flower and orange, which at the same time have antiradical power.
Composition: Bio Grape seed oil, Bio sesame oil, Sweet orange, and Ylang Ylang essential oils
Why is sesame oil so often used and so popular in cosmetics? First of all, because of its unique properties and richness in vitamins A, E, and B. The action of vitamin E, called “vitamin of youth”, is very important in this context, as it slows down the skin ageing process and acts as an antioxidant.
Sesame oil also has a high content of plant sterols as well as zinc, iron, calcium, potassium and magnesium. Polyunsaturated fatty acids, which constitute more than 84% of the oil composition are also indispensable in cosmetics.
Grape oil is considered to be one of the most nutritious vegetable oils. Vitamins A, E, K and D help strengthen the natural lipidic barrier of the skin, support its regeneration and strengthen blood vessels. The oil also nourishes dry and damaged hair and strengthens fragile nails.
Thanks to the content of linoleic acid, resveratrol, flavonoids and vitamin E, grape oil helps fight free radicals and regenerates the hydrolipidic barrier of the epidermis. It delays the process of skin aging, helps to reduce fine lines, improves skin firmness and elasticity.
It has an anti-inflammatory effect. It supports the natural repair processes in the skin, tones, reduces acne and irritations. It also contributes to lower visibility of pores and prevents the formation of blackheads.
In addition to the antioxidant potential and protection of the skin against free radicals, the grape-seed oil also protects the skin and hair against the adverse effects of environmental factors, such as low and high temperature, high humidity, dry air, wind, etc.
Orange essential oil
The orange peel extract is known for its antidepressant properties, minimizing nervous tension and supporting positive thinking. Used in cosmetics, it has a toning and anti-inflammatory effect on the skin.
The orange oil also helps with skin ailments. It strengthens connective tissue, has regenerative, firming and anti-cellulite properties on the skin. It is also used in the care of polluted skin, due to its antiseptic and cleansing properties.
Essential oil Ylang Ylang
It shows antiseptic properties, accelerates healing of small mornings and abrasions, slows down seborrhoea. The oil also has a balancing effect, balancing sebum secretion, both in dry and oily skin.
It also has a stimulating effect on the scalp, and is often used for hair growth. To nourish the hair and cure the scalp of dandruff, just add a few drops to a regular shampoo or coconut oil.
For massage: undiluted form
For daily care: add a few drops to a moisturizing cream or lotion. It locks moisture in the skin and provides nutrients without weighing the skin down.
For a divine peel: add salt into a bowl, add honey and a little oil so that a fairly thick mass is formed. Rub the face and hands or the whole body.
For make-up removal: removes impurities from the skin. After make-up removal with oil, make sure to additionally use your favourite facial cleanser.
For a bath: add a few drops to the bath and then gently pat the skin with a towel. It is already moisturized!
For Hair: rub a small amount into the ends or prepare a mask – pour 3 pipettes into a bowl, add 1/4 lemon, you can also add yolk or a bit of hair lotion. Keep your hair under a plastic cap and towel for as long as possible. Gently wash your hair.
|Dimensions||4.2 × 4.2 × 13.5 cm|