Natural body soap with peppermint and Ylang Ylang

€ 7,90

Peppermint with delicate floral notes of Ylang Ylang

  • beautiful silky skin feeling
  • beauty treatment
  • Cooling and calming effect
  • Excellent for damaged, mature, dry and rough skin.

100 gr

Ingredients: Sodium Olivate, Sodium Sweet Almond, Sodium Sunflower Seed, Sodium Cocoa Butter, Sodium Cocoa, Sodium Castorate, Glycerin, Aqua, Kaolin (cosmetic quality), Avena Sativa Kernel Meal (Oats), Perfume, Mentha Piperita (Peppermint) Oil,Poppy Somniferum (Poppy) Seed, Cananga Odorata (Ylang) Flower Oil, CI 77891, Benzyl Benzoate* Benzyl salicylate* Farnesol* Eugenol* Isoeugenol* Coumarine* Geraniol*, * naturally occurring in essential oil.

Poppy Oriental Seed

Poppy oil contains almost 40% LLL (tri-linolenic acid) in the triglyceride spectrum. This is why this oil gives such a beautiful silky-soft skin feeling despite its significant concentration of palmitic acid. Its relatively neutral colour and solid fragrance would not overpower your emulsion, balm or oil blend.
High concentrations of palmitic acid and linoleic acid give the oil barrier-repairing properties. Poppy seed oil is an excellent oil for damaged, mature, dry and rough skin.

Cananga Odorata (Ylang) Flower Oil

Ylang-ylang is often used to balance the skin and treat acne and blemishes, but also to stimulate the growth of new cells, loosen tight muscles and smooth wrinkles. Because of its anti-inflammatory properties, it can also help alleviate inflammatory conditions of the skin. It can be added to hair products to help prevent hair loss and split ends.

Mentha Piperita (Peppermint) Oil

Use for peppermint oil can also serve as a fragrance component for cosmetic and skin care products. However, research has shown that peppermint oil provides a cooling sensation that can have a calming effect on uncomfortable sensitive skin.  Peppermint oil consists mainly of menthol and menthon, followed by components such as pulegon, menthofuran and limon. Finally, due to its lipophilic nature and non-toxicity in low dilutions, peppermint oil is well equipped to penetrate the skin, giving it therapeutic properties. 

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