5 Powerful Ingredients that turned a Natural Facial Oil into a Bestseller.
Updated: Jun 29, 2020
You asked, and here’s my answer:
I’ve been receiving many emails from happy customers that are curious how a “simple” natural facial oil can produce such outstanding results.
Well, my answer is always the same – have a closer look at nature and you’ll be amazed at the hidden treasures you’ll discover…
Our Rejuvenating Facial Oil is a blend of 5 marvellous ingredients, and I’d like to introduce you to each one of them in the next few blog posts.
They are Lavender, Roseship, Jojoba, Carrot Seed and Frankincense.
Let’s start with the benefits of Lavender
Have you ever stood on a sunny summer day inside a lavender field? (no need to travel to France, there’s one right outside of London!) It’s a wonderful experience. Endless rows of the billowy shrubs with thousands of purple flowers. The stronger the sunshine, the more intense is the wonderful scent. It instantly calms your body and mind and a sense of utter well-being washes over you…
Lavender is native to Northern Africa and the Mediterranean and has been long known for its many health benefits. It is used as a fragrance in soaps and creams and as a versatile oil in aromatherapy. Lavender is popular for its soothing benefits in skin care, and the calming effects of its scent instantly add further therapeutic benefits – like your own personal “min-spa” reducing stress and anxiety.
Lavender is naturally antibacterial and helps you prevent impurities, clogged pores and inflammation, leaving your skin with a natural, healthy glow.
It’s also the perfect moisturizer, as it balances the fine line between too oily, and skin that is
But Lavender can do even more. It contains anti-inflammatory properties that help with skin irritations and problem skin. In an NCBI’s study, Lavender has been found to have a positive effect on skin problems like eczema and psoriasis.
Especially psoriasis flare-ups are often triggered by anxiety and stress, and the soothing and calming effect of Lavender can make an actual difference.
Best of all, Lavender is a potent source of antioxidants, the substance that can prevent or slow cell damage. Antioxidants help fight off free radicals - unstable molecules our body produces when faced with UV exposure, cigarette smoke, pollution and stress.
These environmental stressors cause wrinkles, fine lines, age spots and pre-mature aging.
Antioxidants neutralize free radicals and protect you from the effects of environmental hazards, keeping your skin looking healthier and younger.
If you have a minor burn or a sunburn, apply a couple of drops of lavender oil on it to reduce the irritation and tightness of your skin. It also works for bug bites and reduces the swelling and irritation.
While studies into this brilliant flowering plant are still ongoing, emerging evidence seems to confirm that Lavender has some pretty impressive health benefits for body and skin to show for.
Next week: The benefits of Roseship Oil