Natural Camel Milk Face Rescue (50ml)
said their skin became more hydrated & moisturised
reported positive results after just 2 weeks
loved the aroma of the natural ingredients used
Only 8 Simple, natural ingredients
Fresh Camel Milk
Camel milk is rich in Alpha Hydroxyl Acids (AHAs), vitamins and minerals. It is particularly rich in vitamin C (which is important for tissue repair), Vitamin A, B2 and D, as well as containing high concentrations of iron, potassium, magnesium, iron, copper, manganese, sodium, zinc and selenium.
Moisturises and fights bacteria due to the phenolic compounds found in the oil and their high degree of bioavailability. Olive oil has high concentrations of an antioxidant called “Squalene” which can help prevent and reduce damage from free radicals and ultraviolet radiation. Additionally, this oil is rich in vitamins A, E, D and K.
Rice bran oil
Used in the far east for centuries as a key ingredient for toners, masks and lotions, this oil is light and can penetrate the skin easily which means it is not likely to increase the oiliness of the skin. The fatty acids of this oil contain ‘Gamma-oryzanol’, a unique component that helps to promote circulation from the deeper skin layers to effectively even the skin tone. Rice bran oil is also rich in antioxidants (squalene) and with high concentrations of vitamins B and E.
Contains high concentrations of vitamins, most notably vitamin E and A which has long been an aid in treating blemishes, wrinkles and skin conditions like eczema and dermatitis. Some of the natural moisturizers that occur in shea butter are the same as our sebaceous glands produce along with the palmitic, stearic, arachidic, oleic and linoleic fatty acids, making it the ideal ingredient for the conditioning and softening of your skin.
The most biologically active form of Vitamin E and a natural component of cell membranes that help protect against the harm caused by radiation induced skin damage (like ultraviolet). Studies have shown that after two - four weeks of continued use, Vitamin E helps improves the skins water binding capacity.
Used in Ayurvedic medicine for hundreds of years, this oil can help with controlling oily skin to combating anti-aging due to the naturally astringent properties of its pentacyclic and triterpenic acids. Frankincense also contains boswellic acids which stimulates cell regeneration as well as protecting older cells from free radical damage.
The active compounds linalool, geranial, citronellal, limonene, myrcene, sabinene and a-pinene are proven to be toxic to several strains of bacteria and fungi commonly found on the skin. Not only do they have effective disinfectant qualities, but they contain antioxidant molecules and anti-inflammatory compounds which help dissolve excess skin oils, which is one of the reasons why citrus oils are often included in acne treatments.
A humectant which means it acts like a sponge drawing moisture from the air to your skin, whilst also slowing down evaporation, leaving your skin feeling soft and moisturized.