relaxing body peeling with camellia japonica oil
So we were dreaming of traveling into the Orient, but we checked our bank accounts, and it turns out our money already embarked on a (one-way, no less) trip by themselves. They even sent us a few
postcards bills and it seems they’re having a really great time.
Anger is not a good look, so scrub off your annoyance along with a dead epidermis. Most helpful with the task will be our peeling, which contains a mix of three oils: from camellia japonica, sweet almonds, and grapes. This mixture will do wonders for your skin, nourishing it and increasing its firmness.
TSUBAKI OIL - Japanese camellia seed oil, also called “the Japanese secret of beauty”. Rich in nutritious linoleic, oleic, palmate and stearic acids, it has moisturizing, anti-wrinkle and anti-oxidizing effects. Its high content of vitamins, minerals and squalane makes it nutritious and rejuvenating. It stimulates the production of collagen, delaying the skin ageing process.
GRAPE OIL - a rich source of linoleic acid and vitamin E. The oil aids tissue regeneration, has anti-inflammatory, soothing and anti-aging attributes. It also perfectly nourishes, softens and relaxes the skin.
SWEET ALMONDS OIL - improves blood circulation, has anti-aging and moisturizing properties, is very gentle and safe for the skin. It also helps to protect the epidermis against the adverse effects of weather conditions. Thanks to the lipid complex it contains, the skin becomes more elastic and smooth.
FLOWER NECTAR – an exclusive ingredient obtained from an ever-green bush with a beautiful flowers (combretum farinosum), which produce the nectar. The liquid is rich in amminoacids, minerals, vitamins and essential oils. It revitalizes and nourishes the skin, providing it with valuable ingredients.
It’s a sugar peeling, so it’s perfect if your skin prefers more gentle exfoliation. Just use it 2-3 times a week (if you have sensitive skin, 1 a week will be enough). Don’t use the peeling daily – it may deprive the skin of its natural moisture or disrupt its barrier – or on damaged skin.