This concentrated night time beauty balm, encompassing the ancient properties of the divine Egyptian Lily, exotic mango, guava, and prickly pear, will melt into your skins deepest layers delivering antioxidants, vitamins, and essential fatty acids to intensely moisturise and gently calm your complexion, leaving your skin feeling dewy, soft and healthy.
Egyptian Blue Lily Nourishing Facial Balm
Apply sparingly each evening to clean skin. Allow 15 minutes for this treatment balm to penetrate and absorb into skin before bed.
*Mango Butter (Mangifera indica), Vitamin CFSS Vitamin C Liposome, *Sacha Inchi Oil (Plukenetia volubilis), Watermelon Seed Oil (Citrullus lanatus), *Prickly Pear Seed Oil (Opuntia ficus-indica), *Guava Oil (Psidium guajava) Elderberry Extract (Sambucus Nigra Fruit Extract)*Pomegranate Seed Oil (punica granatum), Vitamin E natural, Blue Tansy Oil (tanacetum annuum linnaeus) Blue Lotus Flower Oil (Nymphaea caerulea) Lavender Flower Oil (lavandula angustifolia).
*Mango Butter (Mangifera indica)
Mango butter is made from the kernel of the fruit. It has very high quantities of fatty acids (for intensive moisturisation), antioxidants, Vitamins A, C and E. It is purported to have benefits for wound healing, skin cell regeneration and skin softening.
Vitamin CFSS Vitamin C Liposome
Encapsulation of vitamins in liposomes increases the stability of the vitamins. The liposomes protect against degradation which can be caused by direct exposure to UV rays and temperature changes. Vitamin C is another water-soluble vitamin primarily found in citrus products. It has been shown to promote anti-aging and anti-oxidant properties as Vitamin C is required for collagen production. Collagen is essential in maintaining healthy-looking, young skin. In addition, Vitamin C is involved in the regeneration and maintenance of many tissues.
*Sacha Inchi Oil (Plukenetia volubilis)
An exotic “Superfood" that is one of the richest plant-based source of omegas 3 + 6 fatty acids, vitamins A, C + E, antioxidants, protein, and beta-sitosterol. It helps to protect and repair the skin in order to enhance its elasticity, resilience, hydration, and ultimately its health. It regulates oil production for oily or acne prone skin, while delivering hydration for all skin types. Powerfully, it reduces the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, and age spots.
Watermelon Seed Oil (Citrullus lanatus)
Watermelon Seed Carrier Oil is rich in linoleic and oleic acids, Omega 6 Essential Fatty Acids and Omega 9 Fatty Acids, vitamins A and E. Watermelon Seed Carrier Oil helps to heal dry, chapped and cracked skin, and balances the moisture in skin. Watermelon Seed Oil is suitable for all skin types, oily or dry, mature aging skin. It helps to remove toxic build-up in the skin, improving the skin's complexion. Watermelon Seed Oil does not clog pores but is easily absorbed leaving a soft, smooth afterfeel.
*Prickly Pear Seed Oil (Opuntia ficus-indica)
The essential fatty acids in Prickly Pear oil – namely it’s high (60 %) Linoleic Acid content makes it absorb wonderfully into our skin. It penetrates deeply without leaving behind a greasy residue. It Restores Elasticity and Brightens the Complexion. High antioxidant activity stimulates cell renewal, leaving you with fresh, new skin. This oil reduces redness and hyper-pigmentation. Nourishes, Moisturizes and Softens the Skin, and intensely hydrates the skin.
it is suitable for all skin types but works particularly well on dry, mature skin. High Linoleic acid content soothes even the most dehydrated skin. It is deeply penetrating you will not find another oil that leaves your skin softer. Essential fatty acids in Prickly Pear Oil keep the collagen layer of your skin moist and healthy, this keeps your pores tight.
*Guava Oil (Psidium guajava)
Guava is native to South America and has since been naturalized through the tropics. It is considered by many to be a super fruit since it is not only a highly marketable, but it is also rich in vitamins A and C. In fact, a single guava contains four times more vitamin C than an orange. Vitamin C is a potent antioxidant that is often used in cosmetics to reduce oxidative stress which can contribute to damage and aging. It is also commonly used to enhance collagen synthesis for additional anti‐aging benefits. Vitamin A is also an antioxidant that is also frequently used in skin care applications to treat issues associated with problem skin such as acne and excessive sebum production. The seeds of the fruit are also rich omega‐3 and omega‐6 fatty acids. These are both essential fatty acids that can provide anti-inflammatory properties while also offering additional conditioning benefits.
Elderberry Extract (Sambucus Nigra Fruit Extract)
Antioxidants, like those found in elderberries provide protection from free radicals that contribute to cell damage, aging, and wrinkle formation. Bioflavonoids, which can also be found in elderberries, exhibit astringent properties that help tighten the skin and provide additional anti-wrinkle benefits.
*Pomegranate Seed Oil (punica granatum)
Pomegranate oil contains a high concentration of ellagic acid. Ellagic acid is a polyphenolic compound that is found in red raspberries and other fruits. It is an antioxidant that has been shown to help prevent skin cancer as well as preventing UV damage and wrinkle formation. Ellagic acid also lightens and brightens the skin. An omega 5 fatty acid present in pomegranate seeds, punicic acid reduces skin inflammation and aids in skin repair. It also hydrates our skin and prevents moisture loss. This fatty acid protects the skin from sun damage and fends off free radicals. Pomegranate seed oil is close to 70% punicic acid. The other fatty acids in this oil are: palmitic acid (4.8%), stearic acid (2.3%), oleic acid (6.3%), and linoleic acid (6.6%). High in antioxidants, this oil helps clean up free radicals that lead to wrinkles and skin thickening. Pomegranate seed oil has a higher antioxidant activity than red wine and similar to green tea in its antioxidant levels (source).
Vitamin E natural
Natural antioxidant and helps prevent oxidative damage to oils in turn helping to preserve them. Vitamin e is also helpful as an antioxidant for skincare helping to protect cells from oxidative damage.
Blue Tansy Oil (tanacetum annuum linnaeus)
Blue Tansy Oil from Morocco is steam distilled from the flowers and leaves and has Antibacterial, Antifungal, Anti-inflammatory properties. Blue Tansy Oil has a similar to Blue Chamomile, it is blue in colour due to the high levels of chamazulene which is Cooling and soothing to itching and irritated skin, its nature is calming to mind, body and spirit and lovely to use at night to help relax the mind before bed.
Blue Lotus Flower Oil (Nymphaea caerulea)
Blue Lotus, also known as Egyptian Blue Water Lily and in many cultures is worshiped and said to be a "gift to the world".The flowers were not only noted for their delightful perfume by the Egyptians but also for bringing euphoria, heightened awareness and tranquility. Extracts from the seeds, petals and stamens of this magical flower also contain fatty acids, flavonoids and proteins, which all help strengthen the skins connective tissues and keeps the skin looking plump and smooth. The proteins that are found in the plant help increase elasticity and strengthen the skins structure. Lotus also has anti-inflammatory properties that can calm redness and swelling. Rich in antioxidants, it intensely hydrates and restores the skin.
Lavender Flower Oil (lavandula angustifolia).
Originating in the hillsides of France and Bulgaria, Lavender is one of the most widely used and loved flowers in the world. It has an amazing array of chemical constituents that are helpful in skincare and for general medicinal use. Lavender is noted to help calm redness, itching and inflammation to soothing an overactive mind and helping to induce sleep.