Have you been captured by the charm of essential oils? They have long captured the “cosmetic industry” in your life, and you know them so little? It is time for a change.
Essential oils are extracted from nuts, seeds and fruits of plants by cold pressing and fine purification which retains their valuable qualities. They contain a mixture of triglycerides of polyunsaturated fatty acids, fotosteroli, vitamin E, phospholipids, and trace minerals and other biologically active substances.
And accelerate cell metabolism, improve blood circulation, make the skin soft and smooth while helping to normal functioning of the sebaceous glands. Essential oils are a mandatory component of modern cosmetics and are used as base oils in aromatherapy as well as direct massage of the skin.
They should be kept in the dark and cool place, not to “rancid”.
One of “the most famous oils” is almond oil. The fat composition is very similar to human and therefore called it “skin” oil. It has a magical effect on dry, sensitive and aging skin. It nourishes the hair roots, stimulates growth, makes it shiny and elastic.
Apricot and peach butter are close to the composition and operation of almond, but contain more vitamin F. They have a very good effect against wrinkles. Used as a massage oil for babies and young children.
Miraculous properties extracted from the olive fruit oil have been known since antiquity. It contains all kinds of fat-soluble vitamins, phytosterols, phospholipids and extracts. Besides food, olive oil is used against dry skin and wrinkles.
Thanks to its composition of saturated fatty acids, coconut oil absorbs quickly into the skin and makes it a “velvet.” Prevents cracking hands and heels.
Avocado oil has a rich composition of fat-soluble vitamins A, E and D, fruit extracts, macro- and micronutrients. Restores violations as a result of aging lipid balance of the skin and contributes to the synthesis of new collagen bonds.
Shea butter is obtained from the fruit of the African tree “Shea” and comprises both the saturated and polyunsaturated fatty acids. Very quickly absorbed by the skin without leaving a greasy surface, creating a thin protective layer and a feeling of dryness.
One of the most unique natural resources – oil Jojoba is actually a liquid wax. It has a beneficial effect on the skin, creating a transparent, elastic layer that nourishes and protects against adverse environmental effects. Nourishing with jojoba lips are soft, juicy and tender, and the hair shiny, voluminous and flexible.
Sesame oil is a traditional elixir of beauty. Contains vitamin E, lecithin, calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, and antioxidants. Penetrates deep into the skin cells and helps to remove harmful waste substances.
Wheat germ oil is rich in vitamin E and lecithin, minerals, phytosterols, macro- and micronutrients. Slows down aging of the skin, making it fresh and supple, helps with chapped lips, prevents the formation of stretch marks and flowering hair.
The most powerful natural antioxidant contained in grape seed oil. It regulates oiliness, retains moisture, and tightens the skin without clogging pores.
Safflower oil has a very high capacity to retain moisture, so it is widely used in cosmetics. Obtained from the seeds of thistle species cultivated for thousands of years in Africa and Asia.
It contains up to 80% specific form of vitamin F, which occurs in very small amounts in other oils. Therefore, it is indispensable in improving skin elasticity.
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