The uniqueness of aloe vera is in its diverse biological activity – from healing tissues and wounds to actively fighting many bacteria. Aloe has been proven to be completely safe and suitable for people with sensitive skin and allergies.
A blue cornflower is used in cosmetics and for the care of the sensitive skin around the eyes. Creams, which contain the active substances of this plant, carefully care for the eyelids, removing redness and swelling.
Oak bark extract is used in cosmetology as an antiseptic, astringent and anti-inflammatory agent. The tannins contained in it have the ability to seal the tissue membranes of cells.
The botanical name for ginseng is “Panax”, which also means “panacea” – a cure for all diseases. It is also called the root of life and the gift of immortality.
It successfully treats eczema, whitens the face, lightens freckles and age spots. It is used as an anti-burn agent, as well as to heal cracks, abrasions, scratches and long-lasting wounds.
Mint is an antiseptic with high anti-inflammatory and bactericidal properties, therefore it is well suited for the care of oily, inflamed skin.
Sea buckthorn berries quickly slow down the aging processes – for this purpore the berry should be ingested and cosmetics based on it should be used.
It increases the firmness and elasticity of the skin, soothes small wrinkles, prevents the formation of new ones, therefore it is part of anti-aging cosmetics.
Chamomile removes the effects of allergic reactions, gives a good moisturizing and softening effect on the skin due to the content of polysaccharides, which create a moisture-retaining effect on the skin, and also relieves skin irritation.
A decoction of a string has always been considered one of the best remedies for allergies. Also, this herb helps with acne, rashes and skin inflammation.