The application of herbs and oils to the skin is a major route for the administration of plant medicine. Taking action on Vata dosha thus having a stabilizing affect on the nervous system and enhancing Ojas, the subtle essence of all the tissues. There’s so much more going on when we use botanicals in our skincare. A calm body and mind manifest beautiful healthy skin.
Color by nature no adulteration necessary. This formula is high in sesquiterpenes, monoterpenes, bisabolol. This means scientifically these botanicals take action on the liver and are highly anti-inflammatory. The liver is a major component when it comes to the maintenance of our bodily system this is paramount in establishing beautiful balanced skin.
Combating inflammation is a major component of an overall balance of our minds and body. Botanicals=Health. What we are searching for is balanced skin, because when we attain this we know all is well on the inside and this is where real beauty resides.
Essential oils, aromatic waters and other natural substances are well suited for skincare, but a realistic outlook must be maintained toward the regeneration and rejuvenation of the skin. It is possible though to have a positive influence on stress-related skin problems in a relatively short period of time if genuine and authentic essential oils are used. While normal cosmetics treatment is symptom-orientated and attempts to change the skin in one way or another, the goal of essential oil treatment is always the restoration of balance. Treatment with essential oils attempts to bring about metabolic functions back into balance. It is not the purpose of holistic essential oil cosmetics to encourage the expectation of miracles as promised by mainstream cosmetic industry.
Renew serum is loaded with Caffeine, Hyaluronic acid, blue tansy oil. Caffeine constricts blood vessels to reduce redness. This makes it an ideal treatment for facial flushing and rosaceae. When applied topically, caffeine works as a diuretic, aids in circulation and is also a powerful antioxidant.