The application in the evening promotes the absorption of its rich nutrients and during the day it acts as a biological sun protection factor thanks to Antileukine.
It is also effective as a restorative cure, even on young faces, when they are affected by external agents (sun exposure, exposure to wind or the effects of fatigue).
Adding small doses as an ingredient in masks or creams to provide much more intense nourishment is also an ideal use.
When should it be applied?
It can be applied both at night and during the day and a few drops are usually enough:
- When applied at night, the skin will absorb its nutrients during sleep.
- During the day you will benefit from its sun protection effects.
How does Queen's Beauty Oil help me?
It is particularly suitable for tired and dehydrated skin, as it repairs and provides extra care for the epidermis to cope with stress or fatigue.
Mature skin especially benefits from using it:
- slows down ageing
- improves elasticity
- reduces the depth of wrinkles
- revitalises the skin, making it more luminous and even-toned
A few drops of the Phytoaromatic Fluid after the oil will facilitate its penetration and provide a satiny, non-greasy finish. Mixed in the holow of your hand with Organic Orchid and Wild Pansy Revealing Water, it makes a smooth and light emulsion.
Some of its components
Camellia oil: Its vitamin E content is useful for repairing collagen, giving elasticity and tone to the skin. It prevents deterioration, restructures and nourishes, providing an immediate sensation of comfort. Ideal for fragile, devitalised or malnourished skin.
Kalahari Melon Oil: Widely used in this region of Namibia and appreciated for its restructuring properties, it preserves and protects the cell walls of the epidermis, giving softness, elasticity, firmness and tone to dull skin thanks to its richness in proteins. With a dry finish, it protects, softens, balances, reaffirms, regenerates and reduces redness.
Inca Inchi Oil: A Peruvian fruit from the Amazonian forests, known as the peanut of the Incas. Composed of fatty acids 3, 6 and 9 and sterols (campesteol, stigmasterol and phytositosterol). It has restorative power, promotes microcirculation and soothes the epidermis. Increases elasticity and soothes irritation, with an anti-ageing and anti-radical effect. Indicated for dehydrated skin or skin that has lost the cohesion of the cutaneous tissue.
Passion fruit oil: Its bioflavonoid and vitamin F content gives it antioxidant properties that protect the skin from deterioration by free radicals. It also has abundant carotenoids or provitamin A, vitamin K and squalenes, fundamental components of the surface of the skin, which give it powerful protective, moisturising and revitalising properties and protect the microcirculation of the skin cells. In the same way, up to 25 plant oils, in addition to other essential oils.