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Extra Virgin Olive Oil is rich in unsaturated and polyunsaturated fatty acids (Oleic, Linoleic Acid), which have a high emollient power and numerous eudermic and restorative functions on the skin. A very interesting unsaponifiable matter is present in olive oil which includes phytosterols, squalene, terpenic alcohols. Unsaponifiable matter contains functional compounds responsible for desirable cosmetic properties such as firming, and the prevention of stretch marks and wrinkles.
The water binding properties of Natural Glycerine are used to hydrate the skin for longer.
Shea Butter has lenitive, nutritive and hydrating properties for the skin which make it an amazing natural cosmetic product for skin care. It is thought that it can protect against sun burns and that it can be used to prevent wrinkles and has general anti-ageing properties. Shea butter is also rich in antioxidants which can protect the skin from external agents and free radicals. Its antioxidant properties are mainly due to a high content of Vitamin E as well as vitamin A and Vitamin D.
Allantoin is a substance with documented softening and moisturizing properties for the skin.
Argan oil is used in the cosmetic field for its antioxidant, lenitive, moisturizing properties and to increase elasticity of the skin. It is one of the most important oils for skin rejuvenation thanks to its content of Vitamins E and various essential fatty acids. This precious oil, extracted from the fruits of the Argania Spinosa plant that grows exclusively in the south of Morocco, has been used for millennia by Berber women as a beauty elixir. Now even official science has had to recognize the incredible properties of Argan oil and this is also one of the reasons why it is increasing in popularity.
Wheat Proteins are able to form a film on the surface of the epidermis thus binding and retaining the water while keeping the skin hydrated for a long time.
The main components of the Aloe extract are the mucilages made up of galactomannans and mucopolysaccharides, to these substances are attributed the properties of Aloe for topical use. In fact, the mucilaginous polysaccharides are able to bind and retain large quantities of water forming a protective and moisturizing layer on the epidermal surface. This is why Aloe is recognized to have a protective function for abrasions, small cuts and burns, insect bites and irritative skin conditions. Aloe is having an ever-greater success in the cosmetic field for its numerous beneficial actions for the absolute absence of side effects.
Indications: For dry skin and winter time.
How to use: Massage into skin and leave to sink in before getting dressed.
Ingredients: Aqua, butyrospermum parkii butter*, aloe barbadensis leaf juice*, ethylhexyl palmitate, cetearyl alcohol, glycerin, glyceryl stearate citrate, glyceryl stearate SE, sodium Pca, glyceryl caprylate, caprylic/capric triglyceride, hydrolyzed wheat protein, aloe vera extract, argania spinosa kernel oil*, olea europaea oil*, parfum, allantoin, squalane, xanthan gum, tetrasodium glutamate diacetate, lecithin, tocopherol, ascorbyl palmitate, citric acid, sodium dehydroacetate, benzyl alcohol**, citral**, citronellol**, eugenol**, geraniol**, limonene**, linalool**.
* from organic farming
** naturally contained in essential oils