Healing and Gentle with Neroli Absolute and Fresh Cucumber. Cucumber refreshes and helps restore moisture and vitality to the skin with a high natural Vitamin E content.
Neroli Orange Blossom has a glorious scent but, is popular for its ability to anti-age, hydrate and even heal damaged skin, as well as having antibacterial and antiseptic properties that make it the ideal beauty oil for oily or acne prone skin
Using natural ingredients without parabens makes this cleanser ideal for all skin types and sensitive skin.
Orange blossom water is widely used in skincare, and just like rosewater, it is a good Skin Tonic. While rosewater is better for dry or sensitive skin, Orange Blossom Flower Water is better for oily skin. Just apply to a cotton pad and wipe gently over the skin. Soothing, cooling and calming your skin.
It also has a beautiful scent, and if you dislike heavy perfumes, try neroli water as a natural alternative.
Using floral waters is an excellent alternative for some of the most expensive essential oils on the market. Neroli (Citrus aurantium var. amara) and Rose otto (Rosa damascena) are beautiful essential oils that can break the bank in terms of cost.
Rose and Neroli (also known as orange blossom) floral waters, smell equally heavenly for a small fraction of the cost of the essential oil. Because they are water-based and water-soluble, they are easily used in sprays and can be safely added to bathwater for all ages. Use as a spray anytime of day as the scent is relaxing and is known to relive stress.
Rose water and orange blossom water are commonly used as ingredients in Indian, North African, and Middle Eastern cuisines. Imagine using them to flavour pastries, cakes, cookies, jellies, syrups, frostings, rice pudding, or other sweet dishes. Delicious! Be careful, as these fragrant liquids can be powerful ingredients and a little goes a long way.
This fruity-floral-scented oil is loaded with skin benefits: “It improves skin’s flexibility, combats acne and is best known for its soothing and skin regenerating effect on even the most environmentally stressed complexions,” Noik explained. It’s also safe to use on the most sensitive skins and one of the few citrus oils that is not phototoxic — meaning it can damage the skin when exposed to light. “It’s also rich in antioxidants and vitamin C,” Noik added, which is what makes it so useful in eliminating free radicals and protecting skin against environmental stressors and inflammation. It also supports collagen production, smoothes skin, and helps nix dullness and impart a healthy glow.
“The cytophylactic effects of Neroli help maintain the health of skin cells and promote the growth of new ones.,” says Noik. “This keeps the skin’s elasticity, allowing it to remain supple while reducing unsightly lines and wrinkles.” By boosting skin cell renewal and growth, neroli also has some interesting anti-scarring properties, making it a good option for fading all types of scars, from acne scars, to wounds, to stretch marks.
The Face Oil for Acne-Prone Skin:
Although neroli has rejuvenating and regenerating benefits for every skin type, its antibacterial, anti-inflammatory and antiseptic properties make it ideal for oily and blemished skin. Plus, it’ll help maintain moisture levels and balance oily skin, a gift that all face oils can give. “It tones and tightens the skin, balances sebum and assists in reducing inflamed acne,” said Noik. “Any skin condition caused by or related to stress will respond well to Neroli as it has a wonderful calming and healing quality for both the skin and overall well-being.” It can also be useful for treating bacterial skin conditions and rashes.
Directions for use: Apply a small amount of cleanser onto a cotton ball or tissue and gently sweep across the face to remove any make up. Avoid the delicate eye area.
Safety Precautions: Avoid contact with eyes. Should this occur, rinse well with water
General Description: A Mild Cleanser for all skin type
Patch Test:Always do a ‘patch test’ before you use a blend as a test forpersonal sensitivity