Sweet Almond Oil

ACTIVE INGREDIENT

Sweet Almond Oil

From the fruit of the almond tree a clear and odourless oil is extracted by cold pressing, which is used as an emollient for dry and sensitive skin. The sweet almond oil is highly eudermic, non comedogenic and easy to absorb, rich in vitamin E, B and minerals. It can be used as massage oil, flavoured with essential oils (in concentrations between 0.5 and 3%) to perfume the skin and used as a base for ointments and massage creams. [¹]
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RIGENERANTE

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NORMALIZING

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ENERGETIC

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VITAMINS

GENERAL PROPERTIES

RIGENERANT: Contains amino acids, mineral salts and vitamins that contribute to cell renewal.
NORMALIZING: It is able to remove impurities from the skin while maintaining its natural balance.
ENERGETIC: Emollient, soothing and nourishing properties that help the skin regain its natural tone.
VITAMINS: Sweet almond oil has the qualities of antioxidant, anti-wrinkle, anti-stretch and to be rich in vitamin E, A and D, linoleic and oleic acid.

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SWEET ALMOND OIL
Sweet almond oil can be added in small quantities to body creams, but also to face creams, enriching them with an elasticizing, anti-aging and anti-wrinkle effect.

It is also a remedy against dark circles under the eyes, in particular for this purpose it is necessary to apply some of it under the eye before going to sleep, so it works all night long and in two weeks it will give its excellent results, besides making the eyes look younger and reducing crow's feet.

It can be used to make relaxing massages, in this way in addition to the benefit of relaxation for the body, the skin of the body will be more elastic, moisturized, soft and in case of irritation will be soothed. If muscular pains are present, the massage will also soothe them.

The external application of almond oil is recommended for pregnant women who can prevent stretch marks at critical points, but people on slimming diets will also benefit from the anti-stretch marks effect. Source: [¹]