All organic ingredients: Extra virgin olive oil infused with rose, chamomile, orange peel, lavender, barberry, hibiscus, alkanet root and essential oils of grapefruit, orange and rose.
Properties. The ancient olive is known as the fruit of life and olive oil is known for its antioxidant properties and is rich in vitamins A, D, E and K. Roses and chamomile help calm the skin. Orange peel contains vitamin C which is used to combat free radicals and help renew skin cells. Lavender and barberry are known for their anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial properties and help improve bacterial, fungal and viral laden skin conditions. Sometimes these conditions present as acne, often seen in adolescents. Hibiscus is known for its ability to help firm the skin.
Directions: Apply to clean skin in the morning and evening and as needed.
Traditional Uses: The predominant fatty acid in olive oil is a monounsaturated fat called oleic acid, making up 73% of the total oil content. Oleic acid can penetrate the second layer of the skin (dermis) resulting in a powerful moisturizer. Studies also suggest that oleic acid reduces inflammation. In addition, olive oil is also loaded with powerful antioxidants.
Rose (Rosa damascene Mill., flos)
Traditional Uses: This iconic flower has been used for centuries to reduce inflammation and calm the skin.
Traditional Uses: Chamomile’s medicinal usage dates back to ancient Greece and Egypt. The writing of Hippocrates made reference to the flower’s properties. It has long been used to promote wound healing, treat what is now known as eczema and reduce inflammation.
Orange peel(Citrus aurantium)
Traditional Uses: Prevention of abnormal skin growths, brighten skin tone, contains vitamin C which is used to combat free radicals and help renew skin cells.
Traditional Uses: Lavender’s antiseptic properties were well known and is used to treat wounds and burns and to promote healing in the skin.
Traditional Uses: The root and stem bark contain berberine, an alkaloid with antibiotic/antimicrobial activity and may reduce inflammation. Ointments with barberry are used to treat skin irritations, infections, acne and psoriasis.
Traditional Uses: Hibiscus has been known for its ability to help firm the skin, reduce the appearance of pore size and freshen and brighten skin tone.
Traditional Uses: Alkanet Root is a Mediterranean herb traditionally used to protect the skin from infection and possesses strong anti-inflammatory properties. It is a cooling herb that absorbs heat from the skin.
Traditional Uses: Essential oil of grapefruit is a powerful skin cleanser and toner and balances naturally occurring oils on your skin. It also promotes a clear, healthy skin when applied topically.
Traditional Uses: Essential oil of orange is antiseptic and anti-inflammatory which makes it an ideal ingredient in your skin and hair routine. This oil isn’t just for acne-prone skin though: It’s been shown to increase the ability to absorb vitamin C, collagen production, and blood flow, all of which are essential for anti-aging. Using skin products with sweet essential oil overtime can smooth wrinkles and decrease the gravity of those not so fine lines.
Traditional Uses: Sourced from the Rosa damascene plant, essential oil of rose is known for its ability to soothe and re-balance dry or sensitive skin types, counteracting redness for a calmer, more even-toned complexion.