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Red Clay and Calendula Care

Red Clay and Calendula Care

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The red clay and calendula care is a perfect product to use to prevent and care dry skin. 

If you would like to take vantage of the benefits of the red clay on the go this is the product for you. 

Tip: enjoys all the increase of all its benefits by applying all over your body before exercise. 

Ingredients and benefits:

Red Clay:

The red clay is a noble one due to its efficient action in skin rejuvenation: - Stimulates blood circulation.

- Speeds up metabolism, stimulating less active people.
- Stimulates the effect of drainage and oxygenation of the skin, specifically in cases of lesions such as papules, blisters, pustules and skin flaking due to detoxification.
- Rejuvenating masks. It softens lines of expressions and increases the glow of skin.
- Reduces measurements by stimulating body fluid movement, helping to accelerate drainage.


Organic Calendula Flower infused oil:

Calendula oil might improve the overall appearance of your skin. One study found that a cream containing calendula extract may promote skin hydration and firmness, but more research is needed.

It’s also speculated that calendula might help treat contact dermatitis, which includes reactions to poison ivy.

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Organic Avocado Oil:

The antioxidants and anti-inflammatory agents in avocado oil help your skin stay smooth, strong, and elastic. You can buy avocado oil in any health or grocery store and use it to:

  • calm itchy skin
  • heal chapped skin
  • replenish dry skin
  • hydrate and moisturize skin
  • shield skin from ultraviolet radiation
  • protect against skin damage

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Cocoa Butter:

Using cocoa butter might improve the overall health and appearance of the skin on your face. Moisture, elasticity, and sun protection are all desirable attributes for keeping skin looking healthy.

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Shea Butter:

The benefits of shea butter come from its chemical makeup. Shea butter contains:

  • linoleic, palmitic, stearic, and oleic fatty acids, ingredients that balance oils on your skin
  • vitamins A, E, and F, antioxidant vitamins that promote circulation and healthy skin cell growth
  • triglycerides, the fatty part of the shea nut that nourishes and conditions your skin
  • cetyl esters, the waxy part of the shea nut butter that conditions skin and locks in moisture

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Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil:

It’s rich in vitamins

Olive oil does have some reported benefits to the skin. According to the International Olive Council, olive oil has many vitamins, including A, D, and K, as well as vitamin E.

It has antioxidant properties

Olive oil is also an antioxidant, so it might help prevent or reverse damage from cancer-causing ultraviolet radiation. It has a very high concentration of an ingredient called squalene as compared to the other types of fats and oils that humans normally eat. The squalene is what gives olive oil the extra antioxidant boost.

It moisturizes and fights bacteria

If you’re prone to acne, using a soap made with olive oil may helpTrusted Source decrease your acne by killing off the bacteria that causes the acne. Olive oil is also known to moisturize and hydrate your skin.

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Jojoba Oil:

Jojoba oil is a common ingredient in different facial cleansers and skincare creams. It has vitamins, minerals, and additional properties that help clear up skin conditions and leave your face feeling replenished and smooth. Science also shows that jojoba oil has a variety of beneficial properties, including:

  • anti-inflammatory
  • antibacterial
  • antiviral
  • antiaging
  • wound-healing
  • moisturizing

These properties do more than promote healthy skin. Jojoba oil may also help you tackle acne, other skin concerns, and more. Learn how jojoba oil works for acne and how to incorporate it into your skin routine.

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Beeswax:

Beeswax can create a protective layer on the skin. It’s also a humectant, which means that it attracts water. Both of these qualities can help the skin stay hydrated.

Beeswax is also a natural exfoliator, ideal for sloughing away dead skin cells.

 

Vitamin E:

Vitamin E is a powerful antioxidant that may be effective at reducing UV damage in skin. And vitamin E applied topically may help nourish and protect your skin from damage caused by free radicals.


Frankincense essential oil:

As an ingredient in serums and creams, frankincense excels at improving skin’s appearance and helping to clear occasional blemishes. It is used to treat every conceivable ill known to man. Frankincense resins and essential oil were valued more than gold during ancient times, and only those with great wealth and abundance possessed it. Researchers today have discovered that Frankincense Essential Oil contains sesquiterpenes, which help stimulate the limbic system of the brain (the center of emotions) as well as the hypothalamus, pineal, and pituitary glands.

 

Bergamot Mint:

Bergamot Mint Essential Oil is calming, relaxing, and is simultaneously uplifting to the spirits.

 

 

How to use

Prior to using any product for the first time, skin patch testing is often recommended as a method of determining if you have an existing sensitivity/irritation to the natural constituents present in a particular ingredients.

Apply over clean skin.

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  • Red Clay

    The red clay is a noble one due to its efficient action in skin rejuvenation: - Stimulates blood circulation.

    - Speeds up metabolism, stimulating less active people.
    - Stimulates the effect of drainage and oxygenation of the skin, specifically in cases of lesions such as papules, blisters, pustules and skin flaking due to detoxification.
    - Rejuvenating masks. It softens lines of expressions and increases the glow of skin.
    - Reduces measurements by stimulating body fluid movement, helping to accelerate drainage.

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  • Shea Butter

    The benefits of shea butter come from its chemical makeup. Shea butter contains:

    linoleic, palmitic, stearic, and oleic fatty acids, ingredients that balance oils on your skinvitamins A, E, and F, antioxidant vitamins that promote circulation and healthy skin cell growthtriglycerides, the fatty part of the shea nut that nourishes and conditions your skincetyl esters, the waxy part of the shea nut butter that conditions skin and locks in moisture

  • Cocoa Butter

    Using cocoa butter might improve the overall health and appearance of the skin on your face. Moisture, elasticity, and sun protection are all desirable attributes for keeping skin looking healthy.

  • Organic Calendula Flower infused oil

    Calendula oil might improve the overall appearance of your skin. One study found that a cream containing calendula extract may promote skin hydration and firmness, but more research is needed.

    It’s also speculated that calendula might help treat contact dermatitis, which includes reactions to poison ivy.