- Calms the appearance of distressed skin.
- Soothing and protective effect on the skin.
- Healthy glowing skin.
- Moisturising, nourishing and repairing effect on the skin.
- Repairs and nurtures the appearance of environmentally damaged skin.
- Smooths the appearance of fine wrinkles.
- High in antioxidants
Tamanu Oil possesses anti-inflammatory , antibacterial and antioxidant properties. The oil also contains a unique fatty acid called calophyllic acid, and non-steroidal anti-inflammatory agent called calophyllolide. These and other components account for some of the oil’s beneficial activity.
Evening Primrose Oil co2 contains Linoleic Acid, Oleic Acid & GLA. The oil contains about 70% Linoleic Acid which would help restore the skins natural barrier function, act as an anti-inflammatory, reduce scaling, and soothe dry skin and itchiness. Around 11% Oleic Acid, which contributes to some moisturising and softening benefits. The high levels of GLA (Gamma-linolenic acid), around 9 to 12 %, will help restore the skin’s barrier functions reduce TEWL (water loss from the skin), increase skin’s hydration, and offer increased skin flexibility as it is absorbed quickly.
Chia seed co2 is well balanced between Omega-3 (alpha-linolenic) and Omega 6 (linoleic) fatty acids at a 3:1 ratio. It typically contains more than 50% alpha linolenic acid, a skin conditioning and restorative fatty acid that helps speed up skin’s barrier repair mechanisms, reduce trans-epidermal water loss, and reduce scaling and dryness for all skin types. It’s high in phytosterols, which reduce inflammation and itching while increasing moisturising. The polyphenols in Chia Seed Oil act as anti-inflammatory and cell re-generators that can reduce the look of fine lines and wrinkles