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HOW TO USE
Apply the desired amount to the desired area of the body and massage in. For external use only.
– Has analgesic and anti-inflammatory properties.
– Helps to leave the skin supple and silky.
– All skin types.
Apply regularly to areas subject to physical exertion.
Vitis Vinifera Seed Oil, Cyclopentasiloxane, Parfum, Tocopheryl Acetate, Tocopherol, Limonene, Linalool.
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This fruit is known for its relaxing, refreshing and soothing properties on the skin. It also provides a great luminosity to the skin and hair. Its fruity aroma reminds us of summer and provides an unequalled freshness and sensation of well-being.
Orange has a great astringent, antiseptic and purifying effect. It is ideal for nourishing and regenerating damaged hair. Thanks to its properties, it is widely used in cosmetics to treat oily and damaged skin. High Vitamin C content.
Vitamin C stands out for these 7 effects:
It brings extra luminosity to your face.
It produces an antioxidant effect that prevents damage caused by free radicals in the DNA of cells.
Vitamin C reduces wrinkles and inflammation.
Protects against the sun’s rays, thus preventing the signs of ageing.
Regulates excess sebum in acne-prone skin, mainly in the forehead and nose areas.
Helps eliminate blemishes thanks to its depigmenting effect, regulating melanin levels.
It firms the skin, stimulating the collagen fibres, making the skin more supple and youthful.
Vitamin C is the superstar of antioxidants and, as ascorbic acid, it can help neutralise the main free radicals such as solar radiation and pollution, which are the direct causes of cellular ageing in our organism.
The truth is that orange also has moisturising properties that leave the skin more nourished and healthy, achieving a smooth effect.
In addition, thanks to its antiseptic properties, it is an ideal treatment for acne because its seric acid helps to dry up the acne that appears on the skin.
As for the treatment of premature skin ageing, the orange stands out for its antioxidant properties, which helps to maintain the oxygenation of the cellular layers, thus preventing skin ageing.
As well as allowing our body to continue producing collagen and thus being able to continue maintaining the firmness and elasticity of our skin.
Lavender oil is known for its regenerating, moisturising and soothing properties. It acts as an anti-wrinkle, relaxing and revitalising agent. It improves the cell regeneration process and gives firmness to the skin. It is also ideal for treating sensitive or irritated skin.
Lavender gives this soothing oil sedative, anti-inflammatory and healing properties. Thanks to its sedative properties, lavender has been attributed with numerous successes as a treatment for stress and anxiety.
By reducing inflammation in certain areas of your body after application, it helps to combat signs of muscle fatigue, leaving the muscles more relaxed. Another of its meanings in terms of aroma, its smell produces an effect on our body that combats dizziness.
In addition, if your skin has any kind of redness, eczema or burns, lavender has antiseptic and astringent properties that allow it to become an ideal treatment for all of the above.
What you won’t believe is that this oil can also help your respiratory system when you suffer from a cold thanks to its antibacterial properties.
It is very popular in cosmetics, as its antioxidant power makes it an advantage in the treatment of wrinkles. It is also used in the process of combating acne. With anti-inflammatory and anti-inflammatory properties and in creams for oily skin, because it cleans pores and adjusts excess sebum from the skin.
But we cannot not talk about its benefits in the treatment of hair, as lavender oil is a wonderful regulator of the pH of the scalp, which allows it to clean the hair follicles in depth, thus achieving a result in which oil has been reduced, dandruff has been eliminated and hair loss has also been reduced.