Fall in Love with Camellia Oil

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Camellia oil also known as Japanese tea oil is one of the best kept beauty secrets of the geishas. The Camellia japonica flower is believed to symbolize feminine beauty, while the oil from the seed acts as a moisturizer. It is a non-greasy oil that has been used in the cultures of Japan and China for centuries in a lot of ways, and is also considered to be the ‘olive oil of Asia’. The use of camellia oil in makeup and skincare routines assures glorious smoothness and flawless complexion. Camellia oil has a powerful cocktail of bio-active components, such as Vitamins A, B and E that penetrate deep into the skin and prevent premature aging. Let’s examine the benefits assured with the regular use of Camellia oil in your daily skin care routine.

Camellia oil moisturizes, nourishes, and softens skin in the most natural manner. Try incorporating this botanical oil as a daytime moisturizer, or for a light night time touchup. Its excellent ability to retain moisture allows it to penetrate into the deepest skin layers, leaving the skin supple

Camellia is a powerful antioxidant that prevents DNA damage and slows down the aging process. It emulsifies fat deposits quickly which is the main reason why this oil is used in a lot of cosmetics, such as skin cleansers, acne products, facial creams, as well as eye creams.

Stretch marks during, and after pregnancy can be reduced significantly with the daily use of camellia oil. It increases skin pliability and prevents stretch marks from forming. The oil is also good for minimizing the formation of scars effectively after injury.

Other than skin care benefits – camellia oil is used for keeping nails nourished and softening brittle nails. Apart from doing your face and nails good, camellia oil is also fantastic for your hair. It helps nourish the scalp and add incredible shine to the hair.

Now that we have shared all these benefits of Camellia oil with you, we hope you understand why we have made it the essence of our brand, and an essential ingredient in all our products. Let’s get to shopping shall we?


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