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Why Organic and Natural?

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The skin is the largest organ in the body and what you put on it is absorbed into your system. If you have changed to organic eating habits, or just like to eat healthy food you might be wondering about an organic and natural solution for skin care.

Using organic skincare can be compared with eating a healthy meal instead of junk food. It does not hurt occasionally, but if you continue to eat junk food, eventually it will tell on your health. Likewise, using natural and organic skin products will give you glowing, healthy, nourished skin. 
Not only are they better for your health, but they work!

When we say ‘Organic Skincare’, we mean products made of plant-derived ingredients grown without the use of pesticides, herbicides, synthetic fertilizers, or GMO, along with some other naturally occurring ingredients. The integrity of these unadulterated ingredients is maintained by minimal processing, with little or no additives.

Organic Skincare Ingredients Make The Difference

Plant ingredients provide our skin with vital antioxidants and hydration and can be a potent weapon against anti-ageing. The chemical constituents that are naturally in plants (referred to as phytochemicals) have been used since Egyptian times for healing and beauty. Many plants act in synergy with each other, so that when mixed together they have a greater therapeutic effect than individually.

For exemplary skin care you need a balance of the Omega 9 Oils (Oleic Acid) and Omega 3 & 6 oils (linoleic acid). 
Using natural, cold-pressed and organic oils containing natural lipids and high levels of key fatty acids helps to maintain healthy skin condition and combat inflammatory skin disorders. This balance also helps with firmness, elasticity, skin smoothness; reduction in wrinkle depth and UV irritated redness.

Our Sea-Buckthorn also contains Omega 7 (Palmitoleic acid)

This has amazing skin regenerating properties and has been used for years by the Russians to help burn victims regenerate new skin more quickly. It also helps fight premature signs of ageing. dryness and loss of elasticity.

This fruit is loaded with antioxidants, including vitamins C and E, and studies show that these two nutrient powerhouses can prevent wrinkles. According to the University of Maryland Medical Centre, one form of vitamin E, in particular, alpha tocopherol, reduced skin roughness, length of facial lines and the depth of wrinkles when applied topically.


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