Sunday, October 19, 2014

Hair and Body Oil from Naturally Found Ingredients

Argan oil – which is produced from the nut of the argan tree that grows only in Southwestern Morocco – is such an effective beauty treatment it’s known locally as ‘liquid gold.’

Argan oil is rich in Omega 3 and Omega 9 fatty acids, as well as naturally occurring antioxidants and vitamin E. This blend of powerful natural ingredients help to create a product which can moisturise, strengthen and repair damaged hair. And the good news is, it only takes a drop or two of this oil to make a visible difference to the condition of your hair.

Moroccan men and women have known about the amazing benefits of argan oil for centuries, and now  everyone can discover the amazing benefits of this wonderful natural ingredient.

And those benefits are not just restricted to the hair – our hair and body silk can also be used on your complexion as a moisturiser, and to strengthen nails, treat dry skin patches and reduce the appearance of scars.’

Argan oil can work on even badly damaged hair to moisturise and strengthen the hair shaft, stimulate the follicles to promote new hair growth, and repair the damage caused by sun exposure and the use of colourants and chemicals.

While other cosmetic and skin care companies are also producing and promoting argan oil products, Naturally Mediterranean’s new Magic Oil Hair And Body Silk is unique because it can be used in several ways, for both hair and skin treatment. It is also a totally natural product, free from potentially harmful chemicals.

A single product that solves many of beauty problems!

Thursday, October 16, 2014

Hair and Body Oil - Answering Questions Regarding Chemicals

Butylated Hydroxytoluene (BHT) in Cosmetics and Skin Care Products
Many of the constituents as well as substances which are made use of in modern skin care and also cosmetic products aren't only artificial - that's, fabricated instead of all natural - also, they are possibly damaging. That’s extremely incredible during a period when the focal point is firmly focused on everything natural, regardless of whether it is food and drinks to go into your body, or skin lotions and creams and also remedies to put on it. Butylated Hydroxytoluene (BHT) is certainly one component with a varying press.

is really a man-made antioxidant currently in use as a preserving agent in lipsticks, skin lotions and also selected other cosmetic products like cleansing agents, face make up and also body oils. BHT also lengthens the actual life expectancy for the items and keeps the actual colours in beauty products constant. It’s also employed to conserve foods - mainly certain foods that contain fat that can go rancid as time passes. Other uses involve jet fuels, petrol items and even surprisingly even embalming solution! Of the two significant substances within BHT, P-cresol attracts mosquitoes, and isobutylene is extremely combustible.
In the 1970’s, an American doctor linked BHT with hyperactivity in children. Recently, some research has determined that this chemical is carcinogenic, and others have found that it could in fact lessen the danger of malignancy, hence there exists a certain level of dispute encompassing the use of BHT.
Some foodstuff makers are so very worried about the risk they have ended the use of BHT in their goods, despite the fact that the United states Food and Drug Administration (FDA) considers BHT fit for human consumption. Nevertheless, BHT is banned for foodstuff usage in Australia, Japan, Romania, Sweden and also the United kingdom, so there happen to be enormously differing opinions of the safety of BHT.
Champions regarding the use of BHT state that because the proportions of the compound included in makeup products as well as skin-care products is very low - lower than 0.5% - it is actually not hazardous to the health. And they also insist that the particular chemical either remains on the skin or perhaps only permeates your skin cellular layers slowly, so it can take quite a long time to reach the system, if it ever is able to to accomplish this. One particular informed point of view is that BHT can only contribute to cancer malignancy when taken by mouth - which explains why certain nations have prohibited the chemical's use in food items - but there is no definite information to be able to confirm that BHT does or perhaps doesn't trigger malignancy.
Also, there are conflicting views on if it may be absorbed into the actual blood or not. Testing on animals demonstrate that prolonged exposure to BHT can cause cancers, difficulty in breathing and liver problems. Several research has concluded that any malignancy protection traits which BHT may have because of being an antioxidant - though a man-made one - are usually outweighed by the chemical’s malignancy causing properties.

In the
wake of all the controversy, does a product like BHT truly belong in food items and skincare items? Naturally Mediterranean believes that this sort of possibly damaging chemical does not have any place in any skincare goods. It certainly has no place in the natural skin-care products which the manufacturer creates.

Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Naturally Mediterranean Receives Likes About Its Apricot Kernel Oil Ingredient

What is Apricot Kernel Oil Which Is Found In Natural Skin Care Products
Apricot kernel oil comes from the dried kernels at the heart of apricots, which come from the apricot tree. The tree grows all over the Mediterranean region and also in Asia and parts of America and Australia.

How is it extracted?

Apricot oil is cold pressed from the kernels of the apricot, which can yield 40 – 50% oil. 

What does it look and smell like?

Apricot oil is light coloured and rather thin in consistency with a slight nutty aroma. It has a fairly long shelf life.

Therapeutic benefits

Apricot oil is high in vitamins A, C and E which are essential for skin health. It is also high in essential fatty acids (EFAs). Apricot oil can also help with respiratory problems when taken internally. It also has anti-inflammatory properties.

Apricot kernel oil is a healthy monounsaturated oil which can be used in cooking and salad dressings. It is easily absorbed by the skin without leaving a greasy feeling behind, and so it is often used in skin creams. It is a mild oil, which rarely provokes skin reactions, and it is often used in baby products. Apricot oil is rich in gamma linoleic acid (GLA) which nourishes and firms the skin and fights signs of aging.

Launching Naturally Mediterranean Anti-Wrinkle Daily Moisturiser