Avocado oil

Extracted from the flesh of the avocado fruit itself is just among the few plant oils not extracted from the seed. Therefore, it goes without saying avocado oil benefits are vast, and not limited to the fact that you can use it for cooking. Some of the nutritional and medical benefits of avocado oil have been confirmed, while others still remain as they are — they’ve been peer-reviewed in various literary work.

Carrot Seed Oil

Carrot seed oil highly valued for skin care. It is used in skin creams to nourish, tighten, revitalize, and rejuvenate skin. It visibly improves skin tone, elasticity, and general skin health.  It is claimed to slow the progression of visible wrinkles. Carrot Seed Oil is calming and appropriate for irritated skin. It is a good, essential oil for anyone who spends time outdoors

Rose Petals

This iconic flower specifically does

beauty wonders on the skin.

In one of the flower’s earliest uses for beauty,

the ancient Greeks and Romans used rose petals to perfume their baths

Basil

Being a rich source of flavonoids and antioxidants, basil acts as an effective anti-aging agent that tightens skin, fights free radical damage and oxidative stress and prevents the appearance of wrinkles, fine lines and age spots on the skin. It helps in cell regeneration and increases the growth of skin cells to provide a soft, supple and fresh appearance to it.

HOLY OIL

Holy Oil from the Greek island of Tenos 

known for it's history of miracles.  

This liquid gold in a bottle

is infused with drops of divine

healing miracle oil. 

Olive Oil

During the Golden Age in Minoan times ancientartifacts that were 

discovered revealed that there were three main components of the civilization. One of the three that was written was liquid gold also known as Olive oil.   

Homer    (850 BC)

the famous Greek Author

called Olive Oil

“Liquid Gold”,

Vitamin E

Vitamin E is both a nutrient and antioxidant, and the oil in its purest form is extremely versatile. Known as tocopherol, it has a light brown/reddish hue and can be found in many skincare products.
“Vitamin E has been used in skincare for so long that it sometimes gets overlooked when newer, more exotic-sounding ingredients are advertised in products.

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