HOW TO USE EXFOLIATING LOTIONS
To use a facial exfoliating lotion, smooth onto the face, avoiding the delicate eye area, rubbing gently in circular motions and then remove with a warm damp face cloth or damp cotton pads. They are not meant to be used more than 2-3 times per week. Start off with less to see how your skin reacts.
- Apricot oil has very good damage repair abilities. It has good skin nourishing and emollient qualities; softening and moisturizing for the skin and it enhances the elasticity of the skin.
- Castor Oil is thick and very slow to absorb. It helps draw moisture to the skin and provides a protective barrier to protect skin against moisture loss and environmental damage. It’s healing, cleansing, promotes detoxification and will lift dirt and makeup away from the skin.
- Apricot kernel powder: comes from a plant and provides mild and gentle, yet effective exfoliation of the skin to remove dead skin cells from the surface of the skin. Helps to improve blood circulation and give a more refreshed and rejuvenated appearance.
- Vitamin E is a powerful antioxidant that aids in fighting off the free radicals that age the skin. It helps your skin retain its natural moisture, and strong photo-protective properties help guard against UV damage. Because it’s an anti-inflammatory, it helps to calm and hydrate the skin and forms a protective barrier between your skin and the elements. Helps to reduce pigmentation marks, fine lines and also wrinkles. Very, very hydrating.
- Mandarin essential oil replenishes the skin, cleans and cleanses the skin and clears its pores, encourages good skin tone and a glowing complexion with a sweet and refreshing deodorizing effect; good for spots, congested skin, blocked pores, tired-looking and saggy skin. It helps to heal scar tissue as well as soften and smooth wrinkles and fine lines.
- Lavender essential oil promotes healthy skin growth, stimulates skin cell regeneration, soothes irritation and inflammation, softens and smooths the skin, kills bacteria; useful for all skin conditions and types – cuts, wounds, sores, rashes, burns, acne, eczema, dermatitis, psoriasis, and dry/chapped skin.