Sunflower oil that we use almost daily is also very useful for the skin because it has many antioxidant, anti-dehydration, and nourishing active ingredients. There are vitamins such as A, E (tocopherol), and B-group vitamins, the most abundant being vitamin B6. Unsaturated fatty acids like oleic and linoleic, both antioxidants, and finally minerals such as Fe (iron), Cu (copper), Ph (phosphorus), Mn (manganese) and Zn (zinc that protects and revitalizes skin appendages) all these components help physiological processes of cell reproduction and proper support. In addition, the lipids present are similar in structure to the skin’s hydro-lipidic film, helping to prevent the loss of hydration molecules from the skin. It is ideal after excessive sun exposure, to alleviate signs of scars and smooth wrinkles. It restores health to the skin all over the body, giving back elasticity.
It is extracted from the nuts of the Vitellaria Paradoxa tree, which grows spontaneously in Africa and cannot be cultivated. It is very nutritious and rich in vitamins and antioxidants. It contains many fatty acids and PREVENTS skin aging, treating some disorders; it stimulates the production of collagen and elastin, is emollient, soothing, anti-wrinkle and healing. Thanks to its soothing and antibacterial action, it can be used on dry, scaly, sensitive skin, as well as on wounds, abrasions, erythema, eczema and small cuts and abrasions.
One of the most well-known plants in the world, used by humans for millennia and always a symbol of healing, with a testimonial dating back to 2200 BC. It is a concentrate of vitamins and minerals. Among the vitamins, we have A (regenerating action), C (promotes iron absorption and stimulates collagen production), E, the B group; minerals stimulate the immune system and promote healing of damaged skin. The result is a soft, hydrated, luminous and perfectly smooth skin.
Aloe vera juice is moisturizing, soothing, calming, prevents dehydration and redness, leaving even the most delicate skin soft and lightly fragrant.