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Aloe vera


Aloe Vera is a medicinal plant with a very long tradition in various cultures. More than 200 active ingredients are known in aloe vera.

 Aloe vera stores a lot of water in its leaves because it grows in climatic conditions with high temperatures. This water is stored in the leaves as a gel. Even long periods of heat cannot damage aloe vera. These conditions have made the gel a remedy for both internal and external use.

Due to its high water content, it provides a lot of moisture. In case of sensitive skin irritated by dryness and even sunburn it proves to be a universal miracle cure.

Aloe Vera is most effective in its natural and fresh form.

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Prunus Amygdalus, Dulcis Oil

Almond oil is rich in unsaturated fatty acids and linoleic acid, providing moisture to quickly soothe irritated and dry skin. It is ideal as a massage oil because it easily penetrates the deep layers of the skin.

It is very well tolerated by all skin types.

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Macadamia Ternifolia Seed Oil

Macadamia nuts provide the valuable and effective oil with palmitoleic acid, minerals and vitamins A, B and E.

In cosmetics it has a regulating effect on the skin's metabolic processes thanks to its rapid absorption without leaving a greasy film and thanks to its richness, especially for skin types that tend to be dry and irritated. In addition, a high level of tolerance is guaranteed, since macadamia oil is very similar to human skin fat.

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Allantoin is of both plant and animal origin. It is found in high concentrations in comfrey, for example, but also in rice, cauliflower and wheat seedlings. It is found in humans and animals as a breakdown product of uric acid.

It is used versatile in cosmetics. In deodorants it prevents perspiration, as an antioxidant it is found in anti-aging products with cell-renewing properties. Allantoin has a fast healing property on cells during their construction, formation and regeneration.

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Glycine Soya Oil

This oil is high in saturated and unsaturated fatty acids one of which is linoleic acid that provides the skin with plenty of moisture.

Soybean oil is also good for treating inflamed skin and itching.

With vitamins such as folic acid and minerals such as zinc and iron, soybean oil can be used for optimal skin care.

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This oil is used in cosmetic products for scrubs and masks to improve their texture. It is also used as a bath additive and in massage oil. It moisturizes dry skin and promotes its suppleness.

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