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FaceCare
Snail secretion, Daphne oil & Sage Soap bar
€4.90
Size (2)*: 80gr , 16gr clear please select size
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FaceCare
Snail secretion, Daphne oil & Sage Soap bar
€4.90
Size (2)*: 80gr , 16gr clear please select size

Handmade cleansing soap bar with Snail secretion, Olive oil, wild Lavender and a special composition of Daphne oil and Sage. Suitable for hair care, it revitalizes the skin and fights seasonal hair loss.

Details

 

What it offers

  • Revitalizes the skin

  • Softly cleanses and detoxifies

  • Treats hair and hair follicles

  • Leaves the skin and hair moisturized

 

Why we formulated it
The Snail secretion, Olive oil, Daphne oil and Sage soap bar cleanses the skin and strengthens the hair during seasonal hair loss. Snail secretion helps restore skin barrier and is rich in collagen, keeping the skin hydrated. Olive oil and Almond oil is rich in fatty acids, Vitamin E and antioxidants and they revitalize and moisturize the skin and hair. Lavender oil and Rosemary leaf extract have exceptional antimicrobial and antifungal properties and contribute to skin cleansing and hair strengthening and growth. Daphne leaf oil fights dandruff due to its antifungal properties, detoxifies the scalp and promotes hair growth by increasing blood circulation on the scalp. Sage oil is ideal to increase hair density and promotes healthy and shiny hair. Ginger oil promotes hair growth by inhibiting the enzyme 5α-reductase and regulating sebum production on the scalp.

Usage

 

How to use
Apply on wet skin until foamy, massage for several minutes and rinse with plenty of water.

Precautions

 

Caution
Dermatologicaly tested
For external use only
Avoid the eye area
Do not use in children
In case of irritation discontinue use
Cosmetic product, for use in case of pathological hair loss consult a dermatologist

 

Storage
Store in a cool place away from direct sunlight.

 

Lifespan
Do not use after the expiration date printed on the packaging.

Ingredients

 

Formulated with

Olea europaea (olive) fruit oil*, Cocos nucifera (coconut) oil*, Aqua, Elaeis guineensis (palm) oil, Sodium hydroxide, Prunus amygdalus dulcis (sweet almond) oil*, Butyrospermum parkii (shea) butter*, Ricinus communis (castor) oil*, Laurus nobilis leaf oil, Rosmarinus officinalis flower oil, Lavandula officinalis (lavender) flower oil, Salvia officinalis (sage) oil, Linalool, Zingiber officinale oil, Snail secretion filtrate, Limonene, Geraniol, Εugenol. [*Προϊόν Βιολογικής Καλλιέργειας/Organic Farming Product]

 

Formulated WITHOUT
Preservatives, Chemical additives, Artificial dyes, Fragrance, Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO), Mineral oil

Bibliography

 

  1. Oh, Min-Jee, Sung-Min Park, and Hee-Taek Kim. "The Effects of Snail Secretion Filtrate on the damaged skin barrier's recovery of the Atopic dermatitis." The Journal of Korean Medicine Ophthalmology and Otolaryngology and Dermatology 23.3 (2010): 138-153.

  2. Fabi, Sabrina Guillen, et al. "The effects of filtrate of the secretion of the Cryptomphalus aspersa on photoaged skin." Journal of drugs in dermatology: JDD 12.4 (2013): 453-457.

  3. Verallo-Rowell, Vermén M., Kristine M. Dillague, and Bertha S. Syah-Tjundawan. "Novel antibacterial and emollient effects of coconut and virgin olive oils in adult atopic dermatitis." Dermatitis 19.6 (2008): 308-315.

  4. Hay, Isabelle C., Margaret Jamieson, and Anthony D. Ormerod. "Randomized trial of aromatherapy: successful treatment for alopecia areata." Archives of dermatology 134.11 (1998): 1349-1352.

  5. KIVRAK, Şeyda, Tolga Göktürk, and İbrahim KIVRAK. "Assessment of volatile oil composition, phenolics and antioxidant activity of Bay (Laurus nobilis) leaf and usage in cosmetic applications." International Journal of Secondary Metabolite 4.2 (2017): 148-161.

  6. Sharangi, A. B., and S. Guha. "Wonders of leafy spices: Medicinal properties ensuring human health." Science International 1.9 (2013): 312-317.

  7. Bureau JP, Ginouves P, Guilbaud J, Roux ME. Essential oils and low-intensity electromagnetic pulses in the treatment of androgen-dependent alopecia. Adv Ther 2003; 20: 220–9.

  8. Kumar, Naphatsorn, et al. "5α-reductase inhibition and hair growth promotion of some Thai plants traditionally used for hair treatment." Journal of ethnopharmacology 139.3 (2012): 765-771.

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