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With its powerful hydrating and nourishing properties, face oil can be a game changer for those looking to revitalize their skin and achieve a healthy, radiant glow




Aloe Vera Gel

Aloe vera  is edible and can be consumed raw boosting intestinal function. Some of its benefits: -It is suitable for all skin types and offers protection, moisturization and relief from irritation. -It is ideal to use after extended sun exposure as it cools off, revitalizes and soothes damaged skin. -It has moisturizing and anti-inflammatory properties and promotes skin regeneration and is suitable for all skin types. -Aloe vera  is ideal for burns, eczema, fungal infections, insect bites and scars. -It is an excellent carrier oil to dilute essential oils, as it ideally preserves their properties.

Apply topically onto the dry skin areas of the face and body. Use it as a soothing lotion after extended sun exposure. Apply topically onto burns or small scratches to help them heal faster.


Castor (Ransin) Oil 

Castor oil has anti-inflammatory, antibacterial and antifungal properties thanks to its high content of ricinoleic acid. Some of its benefits: -Its ability to penetrate the outermost layer of the skin makes it ideal for deeply cleansing and treating the skin. -Traditionally it is used to treat and nourish the hair and that is why it is used in hair care and eyelash care also. -Castor oil has anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties and helps fight acne and control sebum production.

Apply it to your nails for strengthening and protection. Apply topically to blemishes or dry patches of the skin. Apply it onto the brows and lashes for volume and protection. Apply it onto the hair for repair, shine, protection and dandruff control.


Almond Oil

Almond oil is edible and can be consumed raw in salads or for pastry baking. Some of its benefits: -Its high content of oleic acid gives it its moisturizing and soothing properties. -It is a classic oil for skin care due to its moisturizing and soothing properties. -Almond oil has healing properties, treats sensitive skin, deeply moisturizes, improves skin texture, soothes irritation and relieves dryness and itch. -Its anti-aging properties help the skin regain its youthful appearance. -Almond oil can be used to nourish the hair, eyebrows, lashes and nails.

Aply it After cleansing massage it into damp skin. Add it to your sweet preparations to give them a nutty taste. Apply a small amount on the eye contour, as it nourishes the skin and the lashes and reduces the appearance of dark circles. Massage it onto dry skin to remove your makeup. Use it as a hair mask, apply it from the roots to the edges of your hair, let it be absorbed and then wash your hair.


Argan Oil

Argan oil is a great ally for the skin as it protects it from environmental pollution, promotes cell regeneration and fights free radicals that cause aging. Some of its benefits: -It has anti-aging, regenerative and skin-tightening properties. -It strengthens and purifies the connective tissue and you can use it directly on the face, neck and hair. -It protects sensitive skin and relieves dry irritated skin. -It is easily absorbed without feeling oily. -It is suitable for all skin types and can increase the elasticity of postmenopausal skin. -Argan oil is a source of vitamin E that makes it ideal to treat fragile and broken nails. -It nourishes the damaged ends of your hair and makes them glow while strengthening the hair and treating dandruff. -It can be consumed raw and is also a great cooking oil.

Aply it 

Gently massage after cleansing onto clean damp skin. Use it on a daily basis on the face to regulate sebum production and control oiliness. Use it undiluted at night on the face, neck and decolletage to deeply moisturize and prevent aging. It can be mixed with almond oil or jojoba oil and used to moisturize the skin. Apply a layer onto clean hair, leave it on for 30 minutes and then rinse it off. Cook with it to create unique dishes.

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