Geranium & Camomile Delicate Moisturiser

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Naturally and gently rehydrate your skin with this luxuriously silky moisturiser to delicately balance and nourish your skin.

Ingredients: Aqua (Water), Helianthus annuus (Organic sunflower) seed oil, Vitis vinifera (Grape) seed oil, Prunus persica (Peach) kernal oil,  Prunus amygdalus dulcis (Almond) oil, Cetearyl glucoside (from coconut), Leuconostoc/Radish root ferment filtrate, Cetearyl alcohol (from coconut), Glycerin (from vegetables), Buxus chinensis (Jojoba) oil, Rosa mosqueta (Rosehip) fruit oil, Sambucus nigra (Elderberry) fruit extract, Glyceryl stearate, Tocopherol (Vitamin E) oil, Sodium hyaluronate, Pelargonium graveolens (Geranmium) oil, Arthemis nobilis (Chamomile) oil, Argentum metallicum (Silver) micro particles, Citral*, Geraniol*, Citronellol*, Limonene*, Linalool*.
* Natural constituents of essential oils

Directions: Apply a small amount of moisturiser to cleansed face and neck using fingertips.  As with any new skincare product, we recommend you do an overnight skin patch test prior to use.

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Almond oil

Almond Oil

The almond originated in the Middle East and spread from there throughout the Mediterranean. Greeks and Romans revered this pretty bush thousands of years ago, for its tasty kernels as well as its oil-rich properties. It is repeatedly mentioned in ancient writings. While a distinction exists between sweet and bitter almonds, oil can be extracted from either. The sweet almond variety is the common choice today.

Due to its smooth application, almond oil was, and still is, one of the most popular oils, where it is predominantly used as a carrier oil to lubricate and nourish the skin and work in conjunction with other essential oils. As well as giving the skin nourishment, it can reduce wrinkles and reverse the signs of ageing.

Rich in protein, this oil contains Vitamins A and E.

Chamomile essential oil, eczema treatment

Chamomile essential oil

There are two types of Chamomile and their properties have a slightly different effect. Chamomile was known to the Egyptians who considered the flower sacred and dedicated it to the sun and moon, because it could cure fevers as well as have a cooling effect. For centuries it has been part of the old world apothecary before being introduced to America, and it was used to treat bruises, allergies, stress and depression.

Chamomile is considered a powerful medicinal herb, and as an all-round essential oil it is soothing and gentle when treating rough, red or sensitive skin, while also having properties to take away pain and alleviate tension. When used topical for particular skin conditions, it acts as antiseptic and antibiotic, and the results can be astonishing where healing of small wounds is concerned. Being gentle and soothing, it acts as sedative and tonic, not only for the skin, but for the whole body. Women can apply it to relieve monthly tension as it has a strong antispasmodic effect. Good for eczema, acne and dermatitis. Suitable for children and babies. Use with caution when pregnant.

Contains Apigenin and Alpha bisabolol
German chamomile contains azulene, a powerful anti-inflammatory.

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Geranium oil

There are different plants known as Geranium and the Latin name gives clarification where the oil has been sourced. Rose geranium is very expensive and may be replaced by another variety. Originating from South Africa and grown in several African countries, it was introduced to Europe in the 17th century. The beautiful smell in conjunction with a calming, balancing and uplifting effect, have made this oil indispensable in body care. Oils from Reunion and Egypt are of the highest quality.

It acts as harmoniser on the hormonal system, therefore relieving monthly tension. It eases mood swings and levels anxiety. It also heals wounds and transforms irritated, dry or damaged skin. It can be beneficial for different skin disorders because of its astringent, tonic and anti-inflammatory properties. In beauty therapy, the deodorising effect may be an added bonus.

Contains citronellol and geraniol
Use with caution when pregnant

Natural skincare ingredient grapeseed oil

Grapeseed oil

This modern carrier oil is a by-product of the wine-industry, and the move to use and apply it in health-care is fairly recent. Some claims regarding benefits when used for breast-cancer and other conditions are currently under review, but they have so far not been substantiated. The oil with its light green colour has a fine texture and is easily absorbed into the skin.

When used in massage and for topical application, it tones and tightens the skin and minimises sun damage. Being anti-inflammatory, it reduces swelling and acts as a regenerative and restructuring agent. It can be used to moisturise sensitive skin as it repairs damaged capillaries and leaves a glossy appearance. Under-eye circles may be diminished and it can give protection against future tissue damage. May react with anticoagulants.

Contains Vitamin E, Antioxidants, fatty acids: oleic acid, linoleic acid, palmitic acid, stearic acid

Natural treatment

Jojoba oil

This is a cold pressed oil (in fact, a liquid wax), which is obtained from the seeds of the jojoba shrub, a native to Arizona and Mexico. Since replacing the use of whale oil in the 1980s, it has become firmly established as part of the beauty industry - something which may be attributed to its deeply penetrative qualities and the added advantage of a high shelf life. Readily absorbed with protective qualities, it makes an excellent carrier oil when moisturising the skin, as it unclogs pores and lifts imbedded impurities. It also reduces wrinkles, lightens skin and helps heal scars.

Rich in fatty acids – palmitoleic acid, oleic acid and many others
Can be used as fungicide
Good for hair and scalp

Natural skincare ingredient peach oil

Peach kernel oil

This oil originated in China and was brought in the 16th century to America via Spain. Its light, penetrative consistency makes it a good carrier oil in body massage. Gentle and soothing, it calms skin irritation and sustains the skin’s natural moisture balance. It promotes growth and can reverse the signs of aging. At the same time, dry, flaky or sensitive skin will equally be rejuvenated.

Contains fatty acids, oleic and linoleic acid

Vitamins A E B

Inci: Prunus persica

Natural skincare ingredient rosehip oil

Rosehip oil

This oil is extracted from seeds in the Andes. Mature and sun-burnt skin will benefit from using this oil, and it also diminishes scarring and photo-aging. The skin is smoothed, as the oil improves the moisture level and leaves skin looking radiant and glowing. Dry skin will be nourished and problem skin can be transformed.

Contains provitamin A (beta-carotene), Essential fatty acids, linoleic acid (omega 6), linolenic acid (omega 3) and oleic acid

Good for mature skin and dry skin conditions such as dermatitis, acne and eczema

Inci: Rosa mosqueta

Natural skincare ingredient sunflower seed oil

Sunflower seed oil

This well-known flower grows in many countries world-wide, but the largest crops come from the Ukraine, Russia and Argentina. It has found its way into our kitchens for having health benefits as well as good keeping qualities. Only the black seeds are used for making oil.

The gentle effect and its suitability as an emollient make this oil an ideal skin agent. Being non-greasy, it is readily absorbed. The moisturising ingredients improve skin hydration by smoothing and reducing wrinkles and scarring. Redness and roughness are reduced in all skin types, while application can also heal small injuries.

Rich in fatty acids – palmitic, stearic, oleic, linoleic acids as well as sterols, squalene, lecithin, tocopherols, carotenoids

Good for acne

Inci: Helianthus annuus

Apply a small amount of moisturiser to cleansed face and neck using fingertips.  As with any new skincare product, we recommend you do an overnight skin patch test prior to use.

Description

Naturally and gently rehydrate your skin with this luxuriously silky moisturiser to delicately balance and nourish your skin.

4 reviews for Geranium & Camomile Delicate Moisturiser

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Jane Lerwill

    Fantastic moisturiser, I have very sensitive and reactive dry skin. This cream is a joy to use with is lovely smell and moistursing properties which last all day. Delighted with my purchase will definitely buy more.

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Lesley Thompson

    This a lovely light cream, it is soothing and very gentle. My skin felt amazing after only one application. Will continue using these products as they are such amazing products and they give such great results.
    Lesley

  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    Nicla

    I’ve used this moisturiser for few weeks and I can already see how my skin texture improved! Not dry anymore and not oily in the T zone, just perfect. I have a sensitive skin and it’s not easy to find a product that doesn’t irritate it, so I’ve made several attempt with different brands, but this one just wins! The redness is reduced and the dry zones are less dry. Highly reccomended
    Nicla

  4. Rated 5 out of 5

    Ruth Smith

    Having experienced extreme skin sensitivity as a child I really take my skincare seriously, especially as I am approaching 40. Being a massage therapist, skincare is very important to me but so is smell. This fresh smelling product was absolutely lovely, it went on my skin like silk and really hydrated it without leaving it needing more. Finally I have found a product which is not only ethical, made from natural plant extracts, supports local business but also does not upset my skin. I am delighted to have found this brand!

    Ruth x

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