Benefits & Usage
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- Suitable for sensitive skin.
- Relaxing and nourishing.
- Easily absorbed by your skin, non-greasy and non-comedogenic (doesn’t block pores).
- Packed full of vitamins, essential fatty acids, proteins, amino acids and antioxidants to fully nourish and protect your skin.
This product will:
- Reduce the appearance of your fine lines and wrinkles.
- Penetrate deep in to your skin tissue.
- Tighten and firm your skin.
- Restore moisture to your skin and increase suppleness.
- Rejuvenate your skin at a cellular level.
- Leave your skin feeling soft and smooth.
- Increase collagen production in the dermis layer of your skin.
- Prevent premature ageing of your skin since it contains powerful anti-inflammatories.
- Increase your skins elasticity.
Directions for use
Shake well before use. Add to a bath and swish around to disperse.
Restore your skins natural beauty with this exceptional natural luxury bath oil. Thoroughly moisturise, nourish and soften your skin.
Rescue your skin from the effects of ageing and sun damage and reduce the appearance of lines and wrinkles.
This unique formula contains no essential oils or fragrances and is extremely gentle to your skin therefore it is ideal for sensitive skin.
Unlike synthetic oils, the natural oils in this formula will be easily absorbed by your skin, are non-greasy and non-comedogenic.
Bath oils have been used since the stone-age to soothe the spirits and calm the soul. Most cultures have utilised bath oils for luxury and therapeutic benefits, as well as the obvious skin care benefits.
It is well known that when oil is mixed with water, it has an ability to penetrate deep into skin tissue and provide rejuvenation at a cellular level.
Hailing from the land of the Maori, kiwi seed oil is rich in essential fatty acids, vitamins C, A and E and other nutrients and minerals.
Essential fatty acids will restore moisture to your skin, increases suppleness and regenerate your skin cells.
Healthy skin depends on an adequate amount of essentially fatty acids and by using this cream you will ensure your skin has sufficient amounts. Vitamin C will help combat collagen degradation and oxidative stress.
It is an essential component in the body’s production of collagen and a potent antioxidant that will help rejuvenate any aged and photo-damaged skin you may have, helping to maintain the firmness and youthfulness of your skin.
Kiwi seed oil also reduces inflammation. Since inflammation is one of the main causes of skin ageing, by reducing it you will reduce the ageing process.
Extracted from the seeds of wild rose bushes predominately from Chile, rosehip oil is rich in topical trans-retinoic acid (vitamin A) and vitamin C and is the dermatologists ‘Gold Standard’ in anti-ageing skin care.
It will restore the elastic fibres that keep your skin taut and reduce the appearance of any wrinkles you may have.
Apricot Kernel Oil will enhance your skins elasticity and regenerates skin cells. It is rich in fatty acids and tropical retinoic acid (vitamin A), vitamin C and vitamin E.
Grapeseed Oil, Organic Rosehip Oil, Apricot Kernel Oil, Organic Jojoba Oil, Kiwi Seed Oil, Natural Vitamin E Oil, Rosemary Oil Extract.
Do not use if you are allergic to any of the ingredients or have a nut allergy.
Natural Vitamin E Oil – Scientific studies have shown that topically applied vitamin E has numerous skin care benefits.
It is a very effective antioxidant and protects the skin from environmental pollution and oxidative stress.
It has a protecting action against UV radiation – although it cannot be classed as a sunscreen. It is an excellent moisturiser.
It contains a powerful anti-inflammatory action which prevents premature ageing (inflammatory conditions in the skin are a leading cause of skin ageing).
It also has excellent wound healing properties.
Kiwi Seed Oil – Studies have shown this contains among the highest levels of Omega-3 stearidonic acid of any oil.
It is also rich in other essential fatty acids such as omega 6 gamma linolenic acid, tocotrienols, vitamins C, A and E and minerals.
Quercitrin and kaempferol 3-O-rhamnoside are main components of kiwi fruit seed oil.
They are anti-inflammatory and by reducing inflammation they reduce the effects of ageing (ageing skin is caused by inflammation).
Results from clinical trials show that when applied topically, vitamin C promotes collagen formation and mitigates the effects of free radicals, helping to maintain firm and youthful skin.
It possesses excellent healing, skin balancing and elasticity restoring qualities. It is a very light oil that nourishes the skin from within and rebuilds its elasticity over time.
Skin studies have shown that it improves skin condition and protects against moisture loss.
Kiwi seed oil is excellent for treating sensitive and oily and large-pored skin as it helps to rebalance the skin.
It is useful in the repair of damaged skin tissue, varicose veins and skin overexposed to sunlight and reducing or healing fine lines around the eyes, wrinkles and scars.
Gamma Linolenic Acid (Omega 6) – Healthy skin depends on adequate amounts of lipid, in particular certain polyunsaturated fatty acids called essential fatty acids (EFAs), for moisture, suppleness and smoothness as well as to prevent skin disorders.
The most important polyunsaturated fatty acids for maintenance of healthy skin and for the alleviation of skin disorders are the essential fatty acids of the omega-6 family, namely linoleic acid (LA) and GLA.
Both LA and GLA are critical for healthy skin since they are structural components of cell membranes where they ensure fluidity and stability.
The proper functioning of the cells of the skin depend upon healthy membranes since they act as “gate-keepers” which maintains epidermal barrier function that keeps moisture locked in while keeping toxins out.
This reduces the irritation caused by noxious substances.
Thus, essential fatty acids help to ensure the integrity of the epidermal layer of the skin, maintain the skin water barrier system and regulate moisture loss.
GLA is also the precursor for potent, short-lived, hormone-like compounds called eicosanoids, such as prostaglandin E1, which helps modulate normal skin physiologic processes.
They do this by improving blood flow and reducing inflammation, as well as reducing water loss. Inflammation is one of the main causes of skin ageing.
Stearidonic Acid (Omega 3) – Stearidonic acid reduces skin inflammation by suppressing the release of arachidonic acid, amongst other cell activities.
Therefore by reducing skin inflammation you will reduce the skin ageing process.
Rosehip Oil – This has been clinically proven to improve the skins appearance by regenerating skin cells.
It is rich in topical trans-retinoic acid (vitamin A) and vitamin C and is used by dermatologists to increase collagen production in the dermis.
Dermatologists say retinoic acid is the 'Gold Standard' in anti-ageing skin care.
Research published in the Journal of Dermatological Science reported that treatment with retinoic acid restored the elastic fibres that keep skin taut and reduced the appearance of wrinkles.
Grapeseed Oil – In addition to an ideal viscosity, this oil is extremely rich in beta-carotene and vitamins D, C and E.
It also happens to have a concentration of essential fatty acids like palmitic, stearic and linoleic acid.
These fatty acids have performed well in clinical anti-wrinkle trials. They have also proven to be effective at minimising the prominence and size of scars.