Sep 05 2018

Skin Care Medicine

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There are ancient cultures which use essential oils from plants to care for your skin, among them are the Hindu, Chinese and Egyptian. Archaeological evidence suggests the use of presses and packaging dating back thousands of years served to extract the essential oil of seeds, flowers, fruits and leaves of different plants that were used to prevent disease and keep skin protected. In fact, plants have been an important element in the production of certain medications that have been isolated by chemical processes certain components very useful in modern medicine. They are given the name of essential oils as it is a substance that contains the natural chemicals of the plant and therefore concentrates all its properties. The way most beneficial, safe and correct to apply an essential oil on the skin is mixed with a carrier oil which is a natural oil obtained from soybeans, sunflower, grape, olive, etc. The tiny molecules of essential oils contained in these mixtures penetrate through the follicles and because that combine well with the grease from the skin enter the blood vessels and are then transported into the bloodstream. We also provide other benefits such as improving blood circulation and stimulate cell regeneration. Effects that provide essential oils that are useful for our skin: Anti-Aging Nourishing Regenerating Anti-inflammatory Analgesic Antiseptic Healing Antioxidant Antiseborreico protector Fungicide Deodorant Skin conditions in which we have demonstrated the effectiveness of using essential oils: Premature aging Psoriasis Varicella Herpes Eczema Dermatitis Dandruff Seborrhea Superficial wounds Acne Athlete’s Foot Odor Flabiness Cellulite Stretch Marks Warts Insect Bites Dry and Sensitive Skin Oily Skin Essential oils most commonly used for these purposes: Rosemary Thyme Tea Tree Chamomile Lavender Eucalyptus Patchouli Calendula Expert since 1995, Juliette Rivera is dedicated to educate and advise on this subject to professionals, distributors, and the general public.

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