Sweet Orange Fruit Extract:
The main components that this oil contains are: limonene (considered a powerful antioxidant that fights free radicals and inflammation), myrcene, alpha pinene, myrcenolinalol, citral, farnesol and geraniol. This composition makes sweet orange essential oil a perfect ally for skin care, because among others, it has properties:
- ANTI-INFLAMMATORY: Provides quick and effective relief from inflammation, whether internal or external, helping to reduce irritation and pain. It is usually recommended to reduce inflammation associated with eczema and psoriasis.
- ANTISEPTIC / ANTIBACTERIAL: Avoid infections as it inhibits microbial growth and disinfects wounds. Thanks to its antibacterial and anti-inflammatory power, it can combat acne production on the skin. It can also alleviate the effects of acne such as redness, pain, and inflammation.
- TONICS: It tones each system so that the whole body works correctly, maintains the metabolic system in adequate form, contributes to strength and increases immunity.
- MOISTURIZING / REJUVENATING: Hydrates and nourishes the skin, helping to give it elasticity, reducing facial wrinkles and expression lines.
- ACTIVATES THE PRODUCTION OF COLLAGEN: It is very beneficial to combat the signs of aging such as wrinkles or dark spots since it stimulates the production of collagen. In addition, thanks to its antioxidant power, it protects the skin from sun damage and pollution.
Centella Asiatica Extract
It has a great healing power. Its content in triterpenic derivatives stimulate the formation of fibroblasts, which are the cells that repair tissues damaged by wounds or tears.
It contains a series of active principles that intervene in blood circulation and in the production of collagen.
It Improves skin hydration, renews tissues and delays the appearance of wrinkles.
It contains large doses of antioxidants that protect our cells from the attack of free radicals, the culprits of many diseases and aging.
Melaleuca Alterniflora Leaf Water:
Tea tree oil is antimicrobial, that is, it eliminates and reduces the growth of bacteria and microorganisms on our skin. This, together with the fact that it helps reduce inflammation, makes it the ally that we all want to have in our battle against acne.
Its soothing power is also related to its properties to treat acne, since, in addition to cleaning and exfoliating, it is responsible for relieving inflammation.
This is especially beneficial for the most sensitive skin that tends to redden easily, either after exfoliation or after regular cleansing. Tea tree oil will help calm your skin and reduce redness caused by acne.
Finally, this point is very important. As much as the products we use are cleansers or exfoliants, it is very important that we pay attention to whether they also balance the pH of our skin.
According to a study published by the Department of Dermatology of Camperdown (New South Wales, Australia), tea tree oil has the same effect on acne as benzoyl peroxide, one of the most common and recommended components to end these annoying spots, marks and scars on the skin.
Rosemary Leaf Oil:
Fights against aging
Rosemary oil has a number of components (such as caffeic acid or flavonoids) that make it a good antioxidant. These components fight against the damage that free radicals cause to the skin, delaying the appearance of the effects of aging on the skin. Rosemary oil provides elasticity, firmness, and luminosity to the skin, while stimulating the activity and development of cells.
It is an antibacterial
Rosemary oil has antiseptic and antibiotic properties that allow it to fight bacteria. In this way, microorganisms are quickly eliminated from the wounds so that the dermis can regenerate.
For this antibacterial property it is also used to make toothpastes. Rosemary drives away bad breath caused by the accumulation of bacteria in the mouth, leaving a pleasant and fresh aroma.
Rosemary has tannins, phenolic components that have astringent and anti-inflammatory properties. This makes rosemary oil an effective remedy for treating oily skin. In addition, thanks to its disinfectant properties, it helps treat pimples and pimples.
It has healing properties
The tannins that are part of rosemary tan the skin and act as healing agents. Rosemary regenerates cells, recovering damaged tissue. This effect, together with its antibacterial property, allows wounds to heal much faster and without leaving a mark. In the case of acne, applying it for a few days can also diminish its appearance and prevent marks from being left behind.
Helps against dermatitis
The medicinal properties of rosemary are very beneficial in case of skin conditions such as dermatitis, eczema or psoriasis. To apply it, you have to wash the area very well, dry it with a clean towel and pour the oil in small drops with gentle touches of your fingers, letting it dry on its own.
Dendrobium Officinale Stem Extract:
Chinese medicine views Dendrobium Nobile as a blessed life-prolonging plant. It is the quintessential anti-aging plant, and that is understandable, with all its properties related to the fight against the installation of age-related diseases, it really deserves its reputation.
Sodium Ascorbyl Phosphat:
It is an active stable vitamin C derived ingredient for the cosmetic industry. Releases vitamin C into the skin and protects skin cells, promotes collagen formation, controls the formation of senile keratosis, and brightens dark skin.
Capable to penetrate the dermis where it can protect against collagen and elastin depletion from free radicals caused by UV damage. It is able to aid in the production of collagen and elastin while reducing the effects of fine lines and wrinkles caused by a lack of protein in the skin. It is capable of retaining large amounts of water, delivering moisture to the skin and retaining it, allowing for smoother skin with longer lasting hydration. Can restore dry skin by replenishing moisture.
Ideal for all skin types as it does not leave a greasy feeling on the skin.