13 Sep Glow serum for radiant skin
Many people are afraid to apply pure oil on the skin. However, there is no reason for this, since an oil serum is advisable for every skin type. This glow serum improves the complexion – provided of course that you use it regularly. The regenerative and moisturizing oils ensure a fresh glow on the face. The combination of the oils used reduces pigmentation marks and scars and promotes collagen production. The contained seabuckthorn fruit oil has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects.
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The oil has anti-inflammatory effects, heals, and nourishes stressed skin. The antibacterial and disinfecting effects also make argan oil a suitable oil for blemished skin and skin prone to acne. At the same time, argan oil prevents the skin from drying out and thus ensures smooth and supple skin.
Rosehip oil is a dermatologically very valuable oil which, due to its omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids, has particularly good regenerating, cell-protecting and caring properties. It is very well absorbed by the skin and leaves no oily film on the skin. Furthermore, rosehip oil can support the effects of sun protection products due to its high content of antioxidative substances. It does not itself provide sufficient protection against UV rays but has a low natural sun protection factor – just like other oils. In addition, wild rose oil improves the protective properties of the skin, which in turn prevents premature aging and damage to the skin caused by UV rays. This can be additional pigmentation or the skin exposed to the sun becomes blotchy.
Evening primrose oil
Due to the unique composition of the oil, it is used both internally and externally. Especially dry, itchy skin benefits from the oil and the fatty acids it contains. The active ingredients of the fats are similar to the natural fats of the skin and are therefore particularly well tolerated and quickly absorbed. Inflammatory, impure, and dermatitic skin can be well cared for with evening primrose oil, since the oil disinfects the affected areas and fights inflammations of the skin. The oil’s refatting component accelerates healing. Thanks to its high content of gamma-linolenic acid, the oil has also proved successful in the treatment of neurodermatitis. Water loss from the skin is reduced and small, open wounds are disinfected.
Seabuckthorn fruit oil
All seabuckthorn oils have antibacterial properties, which protect the skin from harmful environmental influences such as free radicals, UV rays, and pollutants through the antioxidants tocopherol and B-carotene. In particular, the fatty acid linoleum promotes the skin’s natural defense and protective function and supports the removal of dead skin cells. At the same time, a tightening of the skin tissue and prevention of wrinkle formation is achieved. Due to its high palmitoleic acid content, it can also be used for sensitive skin and can make mature, dry, cracked skin soft and supple again. The antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects of sea buckthorn oil is well suited for smaller skin wounds. Burns, sunburn or acne heal faster. The oil is particularly effective for oily and impure combination skin.
Vitamin E oil
Vitamin E is a powerful antioxidant that protects the skin from free radicals. These aggressive molecules are constantly created during the natural metabolic processes in the body. In addition, vitamin E also stabilizes the durability of oily substances by slowing down their oxidation and rancidity.
Essential neroli oil
Neroli oil nourishes and tightens the skin, regulates moisture balance, and reduces dryness lines. It is a gently firming oil that keeps the skin elastic and is well suited for oily and impure skin. Neroli oil is suitable for all skin types, but is especially valuable for mature, dry, and sensitive skin, as it supports the regeneration of healthy new skin cells.
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Application and shelf life
- In the evening, apply a few drops to cleansed and dried skin and massage in gently.
- Please allow a few minutes for the massage.
- The serum is especially recommended as night care since it is very rich.
- Store the oil preferably in a cool and dark place.
The glow serum can be stored for up to 6 months.
DIY glow serum recipe
Ingredients for 30 ml
- 4 tsp argan oil
- 1 tsp rosehip oil
- 1 tsp evening primrose oil
- 3 drops seabuckthorn fruit oil
- 1/4 tsp vitamin E oil
- 3 drops essential neroli oil
- Glass bottle with pipette or pump dispenser
- Pour all ingredients through a funnel into a sterile bottle.
- Then shake gently.
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Liability: All stated effects are for information purposes only and do not replace a visit to the doctor. There is no guarantee for stated effects and skin compatibility of the raw materials and the end product. The production and application is at your own risk and responsibility.