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Olive Oil The ancient Greeks had it right all along: olive oil is a top skin care treatment. Loaded with antioxidants and vitamins A and E, it moisturises and repairs skin. It also stimulates cells, helping to renew, firm and smooth skin. The power of olive oil lies in the way it absorbs into skin. It penetrates deeply, which is why it is an amazing moisturiser, cuticle carer, eye makeup remover, and hair mask.

If you want to nourish and hydrate your skin, use olive oil soap. It gently cleanses and seals in moisture without interfering with the skin’s natural function. It also helps to balance the skin’s oils, and it won’t leave a greasy residue. Pure olive oil natural soap also has a lower pH (acid and chemical level) than most commercial soaps, making it suitable for those ladies with sensitive, dry, or irritated skin.

In the health arena, olive oil is often referred to as ‘liquid gold’. Because it is a fantastic source of monosaturated fats and fatty acids, it helps to lower cholesterol and blood pressure, and protect from oxidative damage. It has also been shown to boost brainpower and memory.

Olive Squalane Olive Squalane is a light and stable version of Olive Squalene, and is used in regenerative and anti-ageing skin care products.

Olive Squalene is able to mimic the skin's natural squalene, which is the skin's main lipid, emollient, built-in moisturiser and antioxidant. As our natural squalene diminishes over time, our skin starts to dry out and signs of ageing appear. Olive Squalene works to replace this lost hydration and antioxidant protection, helping to combat dry skin and keep it smooth and supple.

Olive Squalene Olive Squalene is able to mimic the skin's natural squalene, which is the skin's main lipid, emollient, built-in moisturiser and antioxidant. As our natural squalene diminishes over time, our skin starts to dry out and signs of ageing appear. Olive Squalene works to replace this lost hydration and antioxidant protection, helping to combat dry skin and keep it smooth and supple.

Omega 3 Commonly found in marine and plant oils. They are considered essential fatty acids which means they cannot be synthesised by the human body, but they are necessary for normal metabolism. These fatty acids help to nourish skin and hair in cosmetics.

Orange Blossom The flowers of the orange tree are prized for their delicious scent

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