Chamomile Oil may be soothing to many skin conditions such as burns, blisters, inflamed wounds, ulcers & boils. May also be helpful with dermatitis, acne, herpes, psoriasis, hypersensitive skins as well as allergic conditions, generally smooths out the appearance of broken capillaries, promotes elasticity. Good for dry & itchy skin, may ease puffiness. It is an excellent skin cleanser.
An emmenagogue, so should be avoided in the early month of pregnancy.
Direction for use:
Massage into skin as often as needed. Use sparingly.
Properties Effects: Grapeseed oil contains a high percentage of linoleic acid & is one of the few oils which is cholesterol free and easily digested. It’s a gentle emollient, leaving the skin with a satin finish without feeling greasy.
Grape seed extract, grape seed oil, crushed grapes & even red wine are turning up in moisturizers, cleansers, hair conditioners and scrubs. Science has determined that grape seed are filled with the only food source known that can lower “bad” cholesterol and raise “good” cholesterol. Rich in saturated fatty acids that are easily absorbed into the skin, grape derivatives are being touted as powerful moisturizers. San Francisco dermatologist, Seth Matarasso states: “Grapes have high levels of anti-oxidants in the form of vitamin A and even higher levels of vitamin E. Grape derivatives used on the skin have been reported to be more protective against free radicals than straight vitamin E. In addition, due to the grape seeds highly powerful antioxidant, this anti-aging agent keeps bodies strong and resilient”.
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