Orange & Cedarwood Rehydrating Facial Serum

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A luxurious facial serum made with natural plant oils enriched with pure essential oils to nourish, tone and moisturise your skin.

Size: 30ml

Ingredients: Prunus amygdalus dulcis (Almond) oil, Buxus chinensis (Jojoba) oil, Oenothera Biennis (Evening primrose) oil, Persea gratissima (Avocado) oil, Tocopherol (Vitamin E) oil, Citrus aurantium dulcis (Orange) peel oil, Cedrus atlantica (Cedarwood) bark oil.

Directions: Apply a few drops to cleansed face once a day. Do not apply to broken skin. As with any new skincare product, we recommend you do an overnight skin patch test prior to use.

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Prunus amygdalus dulcis (Almond) oil, Buxus chinensis (Jojoba) oil, Oenothera Biennis (Evening primrose) oil, Persea gratissima (Avocado) oil, Tocopherol (Vitamin E) oil, Citrus aurantium dulcis (Orange) peel oil, Cedrus atlantica (Cedarwood) bark oil.

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.

Natural skincare ingredient avocado oil

Avocado oil

The avocado is a fruit, and the Aztecs called it ‘butter pear’. Its oils have always been known as an excellent carrier which provides high skin penetration as well as rapid absorption. Originally from South America, the avocado is now being cultivated in several different climate zones around the globe. While these days some oils may undergo the process of bleaching, the cold-pressed and unrefined traditional method seems to be the preferred way of bringing out the best in the avocado’s natural properties. The deep green colour also shows the presence of chlorophyll as an added health bonus. A basket of mono-unsaturated fats help healing and slow the ageing process.

Regenerates skin which is dehydrated and undernourished, and moisturises mature skin which has been exposed to sun or other damaging climate conditions which makes it particularly good for psoriasis and eczema.

Contains: Vitamins A E D B1 B2, Carotenoids (lutein), Lecithin, sterols, Amino acids and fatty acids, Potassium, which is sometimes called the ‘youth mineral’

Natural skincare ingredient Cedar wood

Cedar wood

There are several trees, namely cypresses and pines, whose bark serve as provider of cedar oil, and the different Latin names give an indication of the original source. Cedar growth is wide-spread. The oil has been used since biblical times when it was extracted from the Cedar of Lebanon, and Sumerians, Egyptians and Tibetans were aware of its healing and sedative properties.

Chest infections, bronchitis and respiratory problems may be relieved after applying the oil, which can also be effective in treating painful joints.
Being an anti-spasmodic, a tonic and a diuretic, the oil calms and soothes nerves. It relaxes and relieves anxiety or nervous tension. It can also act as an aphrodisiac, and mixed with citrus oil it may lift depression. Applied to the scalp and hair it is known to relieve dry, flaky skin, while its anti-septic properties also make it ideal as perfect skin freshener during whole body massage. It heals and soothes rough skin and revitalises cell function.

atopic dermatitis

Evening primrose oil

Originally from Mexico this herb has spread across the Americas and can now be found in most temperate regions. The cold pressed oil and its pleasant fragrance have been valued as part of women’s health care for a long time, mostly as a relief for monthly tension, although some of the properties attributed to its use as healer of arthritis, eczema and cancer have remained unconfirmed.

The high content of fatty acid makes it an excellent skin agent as it hydrates, softens and soothes dry and irritated skin. Adding firmness and elasticity it can also prevent premature ageing. It is said to reduce dark circles under the eyes, and a youthful look may be achieved as it adds moisture to produce a strong and subtle complexion. Due to the fine texture it is mostly used with other carrier oils. Suitable for babies and young children.

Contains Vitamin E, Omega 6 – GLA, Fatty acids

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 sweet orange

Sweet orange

The orange was brought to the Mediterranean possibly as early as the first century. Columbus took the fruit along with him when he embarked on his historical voyage in 1492. Today it is grown all over the world. In skin care, oil which comes from the fruit of the sweet orange is renowned for its lovely, light fragrance.

The ingredients are known to fortify skin capillaries. Application of the oil may therefore rejuvenate the skin and combat wrinkles as it slows down the aging process. Cracked, dry skin may gain a youthful, radiant glow.

Rich in fatty acids, limonene, geranilool and linalool

Good for eczema and dermatitis

Inci: Citrus aurantium dulcis

Apply a few drops to cleansed face once a day. Do not apply to broken skin.

Description

A luxurious facial serum made with natural plant oils enriched with pure essential oils to nourish, tone and moisturise your skin.

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