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Mediterranean Touch

 Implementing clean beauty, by using only natural skin care, is the best strategy one can have. You only need a few clean products to start implementing a natural skincare routine. Products that have toxins in them get into our system and can easily disrupt our endocrine system.

Essential, natural oils are powerful and extremely effective missing ingredients for a skin-saving treatment.
Our skin naturally produces oils and lipids. They help prevent water loss in our skin by keeping it hydrated. Argan and Grapeseed oil complement the natural oils contained in the skin.
Oils are considered a kind of emollient, in which they help strengthen the outer layer of the skin: the stratum corneum. By softening and sealing the horny layer, water loss is prevented, thus preventing delay natural aging and various skin problems.

Argan oil

Argan oil is the king of oils.
It is an age-old beauty secret.
It was discovered quite unusually, as a tribal ritual of Berber women. Their stunningly young skin has attracted the attention of the big cosmetics industries for centuries. It kept woman of all ages, looking unusually youthful.
This generation has woken up to the realization that these rituals of the tribal women have extraordinary anti-ageist properties. 

The tribe would crush the nuts of the argan fruit, extracted the oil and used it daily, for various purposes.Argan oil has become one of the most cherished oils in the world. This oil is produced from the kernels found in the argan nut inside the fruit that grows on the argan tree, endemic to Morocco.

•         It has anti-aging properties that reduce pigmentation, wrinkles and fine lines

•         Increases hair elasticity, prevents breakage and has major anti-frizz benefits

•         permanent solution for brittle, dry, damaged hair

•         Argan oil has anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties, that can be helpful in treating skin conditions like psoriasis and rosacea

Grapeseed oil

Grapeseed oil has been used for almost 6000 years, especially in traditional healthcare and cosmetics. The first use of this oil was recorded among the Indians. One species of North American grapes were part of the Native American diet, where  they began removing the oil from the kernels. From then until today, this oil has been a part of traditional folk medicine.

There are ancient records that Grapeseed oil has been used throughout the Mediterranean, for centuries.

In Ayurvedic medicine, grapes are referred to as “Drakshaa Phalottamaa,” meaning that they are the most superior of all fruits, thus they are included in various Ayurvedic medications. Grapeseed oil is extremely effective when it comes to soothing skin problems (acne, imperfections, stretch marks, etc.)

•         shed off the skin hyper pigmentation and scarring

•         preventing acne breakouts and stretch marks from appearing

•         Stimulates hair grow and adds shine and softness to hair  

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