Argan Oil Green Tea Hair and Body Care Pack
Argan oil application & effects for hair, skin.
In addition to its use in food, argan oil is very popular as a cosmetic. In its homeland, it has been used for skin care for centuries. Above all, its moisturizing and anti-inflammatory properties come into play. Argan oil soothes scaly
scaly dry prone to irritation suffered from acne areas affected by burns and should even help against rheumatic complaints. With the appropriate treatment, the argan oil is used both internally and externally. Taken orally, it can relieve the pain associated with rheumatism or rheumatoid arthritis; when applied to the joints, it has an anti-inflammatory effect. Wrapping it with cling film should increase the effect; however, it requires a relatively long exposure time of around two hours.
The leaves of the tea plant are now an ingredient in many cosmetic products and are considered a beauty miracle.
During production, the extract from the green leaves of the tea tree is used in creams and pots. Soothes the scalp But why is this extract so popular? "Because of its many vitamins, minerals and trace elements, green tea is said to have a healing effect that supports skin health," explains Birgit Huber from the Body Care and Detergent Association (IKW). In shampoo, for example, it soothes the scalp and helps with oily hair. Radical scavengers ensure an anti-aging effect The tea also protects cells from free radical damage. When inhaled, these enter our body through the oxygen. Radical scavengers contained in plant ingredients and vitamins can prevent free radicals with their antioxidant effects. This helps the skin to protect itself and renew itself regularly. "Green tea is a well-researched and established radical catcher," says Bayerl, who is the director of the Clinic for Dermatology and Allergology at HSK Wiesbaden. This makes it a good facial care ingredient.