An intense shot of hydration for dry, tired skin. Contains a blend of nutrient rich luxury oils to help soften, tighten and restore the skin.
Kalahari Melon Seed Oil
- Deeply moisturising and rich in Vitamin E, and with levels of linoleic acid ranging up to 70%, it serves as a building block essential for the cell wall. This is essential for those with skin conditions or sensitivities. It also aids tissue regeneration.
- Kalahari melon seed oil can help reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, reduce puffiness, and lead to tighter looking skin thanks to its rich content of essential fatty acids, vitamins and minerals.
- It also has skin-softening and anti-ageing properties.
- The fatty acids in this oil have been shown to have free-radical fighting properties which help kickstart anti-inflammatory responses in the body. This, along with melon seed oil's ability to restore unbalanced sebum production, makes it a good choice for blemish-prone or oily skin.
- Hydrating: Even though the oil helps absorb and balance oil), it also has a lot of natural fats that help moisturize the skin, leaving it soft and plump, while helping to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Yet it never feels greasy.
- Antioxidant protection: Wearing natural antioxidants like hazelnut oil can give your skin the extra protection it needs from environmental stressors.
- Gentle: Hazelnut is perfect for sensitive skin, as it is a gentle oil that is unlikely to irritate.
- Rejuvenating: Because of all the nutrients, flavonoids, and antioxidants, hazelnut can rejuvenate your look. Over time, regular use will help your skin appear more youthful and vibrant.
- As a natural moisturizer and one that actually mirrors the molecular structure of human sebum, jojoba oil is ideal for use on the face. Here’s why, soaps and skin cleansers used daily in skin care routines actually strip your skin of the natural sebum produced by your sebaceous glands in the skin. Sebum is designed to lubricate the skin while providing protection from dryness.
- Each time you wash your face, you're essentially robbing your skin of a protective layer of sebum. But environmental factors help dry your skin too, including dry air in the winter months and air conditioning during the hot summer. Even when you shower, the water dries out your skin, and your skin glands simply can’t keep up replacing the moisture it loses.
- One of the key reasons that jojoba oil helps facial skin is that it doesn’t clog the skin’s pores. And the oil is rich in iodine, which is shown to tackle harmful bacteria growth on the skin’s surface.
- It’s also important to remember that jojoba oil is rich in antioxidants, which take on free radicals - the enemies of skin that cause fine lines and wrinkles. Jojoba oil acts to protect the skin from the aging process, while minimizing the effects of aging that include loss of skin elasticity.