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Stretch Mark Reducer
Face Shaving Lubricant
A few dabs of Grapeseed Oil onto your skin and around the eye area can help diminish fine lines and wrinkles, improve skin's appearance, and make it feel as smooth as silk.
Grapeseed oil has emerged as an ideal oil to use on your facial skin. There are some commercial products that contain this oil. A cheaper and more effective way of using it is to simply use the oil on its own.
This nutrient-rich oil is derived from grape seeds. It is rich in antioxidants and OPCs, otherwise known as oligomeric proanthocyanidin complexes. The benefits of grapeseed oil for your skin include anti-aging benefits, supple skin, and an even skin tone. While it works well for most skin types, it may prove to be too greasy for the oiliest skin. It's worth a try because it's relatively inexpensive compared to over-the-counter skin products.
Try Milea - All Organics Grape Seed Oil, and keep your skin hydrated.
Oils mimic sebum in the way that they hydrate the skin. Oily skin has the benefits of sebum, but dry skin does not. To use it as a moisturizer, simply slather plain grapeseed oil on your skin once or twice per day. Another option is to put five or six drops into your favorite skin cream to give it an extra boost.
No one is exempt from free radicals. Found in pollution and the environment in general, free radicals can cause premature wrinkling. The way to combat them is with antioxidants. Grapeseed oil is chock-full of antioxidants. Using it daily--or several times per week--can help prevent fine lines and wrinkles.
Grapeseed oil rivals vitamin C in the potential for evening out your skin tone. Vitamin C serums are popular for getting a clear, even skin tone. Instead of using a pricey serum, just apply plain grapeseed oil on your face before bed. If you have dry skin, feel free to put some on in the morning too. If you have oily skin, avoid wearing it during the day.
After-Bath Body Oil;
Food for Dehydrated, Undernourished Skin;
Wound and Burn Soother and Healer.
Avocado oil penetrates the skin more deeply than other oils transporting nutrients through the outer epidermis of the skin and into the dermis. Great for mature, sensitive or troubled skin.
Eye make-up Remover
Dry Lip Revitalizer
Try a few drops of Jojoba. You’ll be amazed! With its long list of uses, Jojoba oil is something you should keep in your medicine chest.
Approximately 90% of all changes in skin are due to prolonged exposure to sunlight. Ultraviolet light not only damages the DNA in the cells of the skin, but also inhibits the repair mechanisms that repair damaged skin cells. As skin becomes less elastic, it also becomes drier and underlying fat padding begins to disappear. With the loss of underlying support by fat padding and connective tissues, the skin begins to sag; it appears less supple and wrinkles form. After many years of research, scientists, dermatologists and plastic surgeons have discovered that a variety of natural ingredients and vitamin extracts significantly help to slow down and even reverse the signs of aging skin.
Vitamin A (Retinol) - Topical Vitamin A has been suggested to help build collagen fibers within the skin in addition to its more superficial exfoliating property. This is the basis for its use in minimizing the appearance of fine wrinkle lines. Moringa contains 4 times the vitamin A of Carrot. Help to build collagen fibres.
Vitamin C - Vitamin C or ascorbic acid acts as an antioxidant and is considered vital in wound healing because it aids in stabilizing collagen. When applied topically, vitamin C can reduce fine lines and wrinkles and may lessen the severity of sunburns. Vitamin C is critical for wound repair, for any type of tissue maintenance, and that applies to your skin. Getting the right nutrients is vital for repairing skin and getting new healthy cells to replace the damaged ones. Moringa contains 0.5 times the vitamin C of orange.
Vitamin E - Vitamin E is another antioxidant that shows to have anti-inflammatory effects on the skin. When applied topically, vitamin E has been shown to improve moisturizing, softness and smoothness and also provides modest photo protection.
It is well known that most of the antioxidants and free radical neutralizers that have been used in cosmetic compositions for anti aging benefits are absorbed quickly into deeper layers of skin, and then transported away by bloodstream. Moringa Oil with antioxidants or free radical neutralizers can be temporarily bound to skin surface to retard their penetration into deeper layers of skin and provide extra-cellular antioxidant or free-radical neutralizing benefits.
A combination of antioxidants is more effective than a single antioxidant on an equal weight basis due to antioxidant cascade mechanism. Moringa with more than 46 antioxidants makes it an effective antioxidant. Moringa oil is a very stable carrier which is highly nutritious to the skin and similar in composition to olive oil but much lighter. It is a powerful natural antioxidant with excellent skin smoothing properties.
Moringa oil soothes and softens the skin. It moisturizes and revitalizes chronic dry skin, sometimes subject to itching or flaking. It also has nourishing and emollient properties giving it benefits for use in skin and hair care products. Moringa oil is rich in oleic acid with excellent moisturizing, cleansing and nourishing properties makes this ideal for use in skincare, hair care, soap and massage products. To know more scientific details and commercial value of this rare oil visit moringaoil.com
All Organics uses this purifying and detoxifying action in personal care products. Available in Soap, Shampoo, Body Wash, Feminine Wash, Coffee Moringa Body Scrub, Body Butter, Hand and Body Lotion and Massage Oil.
Moringa Body Butter
With Shea Butter and Moringa Oil and Extract. Experience moisture like no other. No sticky after feel.
Available in 100g jar.
Moringa Coffee Salt Scrub
Detoxify and exfoliate with a blend of Epsom salts, Oatmeal, Coffee and Moringa Oil.
It improves blood circulation and helps remove toxins.
Leaves skin soft, supple and ready for the next step of moisturization.
Available in 100g jar.
Moringa Massage Oil
Be pampered with Moringa Oil, Virgin Coconut Oil and Chamomile Oil. Relaxes muscles and leaves skin moisturized.
Available in 250ml and 130ml bottle.
Treat hair to the best cleansing and moisturizing.
Does not contain sulfates, parabens and PEG
Available in 200ml and 100ml bottle
A Lightly textured skin re-hydrator that prevents skin damage. It
- Attenuates Scars
- Skin Moisturizer
- Restores Normal Skin Color
Milea - All Organics Moroccan Argan oil is an original natural solution for preserving the skin against premature aging. It is an incredibly rich source of vitamins, antioxidants and essential fatty acids. Women of the Mediterranean have used Moroccan Argan oil for centuries, working wonders for skin, hair and nails.
Milea All Organics Moroccan Argan Oil is the finest, minimally-processed argan oil for deep moisture and shine.
Beneficial for both hair and skin, this oil:
Milea - All Organics 100% Moroccan Argan Oil is harvested and produced in Morocco by hand in the Argan forest. It is cold-pressed and extra virgin.
Castor Oil is a very versatile oil and has been used for centuries to:
Not all Castor Oils are created equal. Milea's Castor oil may be the best Castor Oil you will find in the market.
Contains 100% pure, cold-pressed castor oil
Posted by Frances Mariveles on 6th Dec 2016
I'm in my early 20s and though I have pretty okay type of skin, I've decided to finally do moisturize my face before I go to sleep. They said that whatever you put in your skin before bedtime will be absorbed the most.
But which product to use is my problem. I have not found any commercial moisturizer that didn't mess up my skin until using Grapeseed oil. Was this like putting cooking oil in my face? Let me tell you; NO. I've tried sunflower & rosehip oil which is just okay, Jojoba on the other hand is too dry for me. Grapeseed oild balanced out those three oils I've tried. This is just me for me and it might not (at all) work for you so you have try out quite a few oils to find the right one for your skin. But for now, Grapeseed oil gave me the best of results.
Also best used after toning with Milea's Lemongrass toner!
Posted by Joanna on 2nd Nov 2016
My youngest daughter only asks for the pure. She has sunburn on her mouth area. She doesn't want any other topical cream except this Grapeseed which helped her go thru the predicament.
Posted by Soleil on 14th Feb 2016
This is my first time to try avocado oil. I've used argan oil, coconut oil and other mixed facial oils both for my face , body and hair. So far, my favorite is this! It's not greasy, easily absorbed and leaves my skin soft, my hair manageable and not heavy. I just hope it will be more affordable like coconut oil.
Posted by Unknown on 2nd Dec 2015
Bought the Jojoba oil because I read that it was good for oily and acne-prone skin and decided to mix it in with the raw and unrefined Shea butter I had. I used the Shea butter on its own for my face, lips, and body and felt that it was alright for my skin. The new mixture wasn't good with my lips though. Noticed that my lips became dry after a few days and decided to use it on my body instead. I also tried to use jojoba oil alone for my lips and found that it really was drying them out so I went back to using Shea butter and it became better again.
Summary: Will not use Jojoba oil on my lips because it dries them out. Currently using it on my face though and can't really say if it's good or bad for my skin.
Posted by J on 19th Nov 2015
My go-to facial oil. I use this about 4 times a week. I leave it on my face for 15 mins then wipe it off with a towel damp with warm water. My skin feels supple and happily moisturised!
Posted by Aya on 15th Nov 2015
i am using the grapeseed oil and rosehip oil, and i give both a thumbs up, my facial skin became clearer, softer and very much hydrated and not oily despite using these oils as an adjunct to my skin care line moisturizer. the product is worth the money because a little goes a long way in terms of application.
i am satisfied with the speed of delivery and i will definitely re-order.
Posted by Unknown on 18th Jun 2015
I use rosehip and jojoba oil and they are efficient against inflammation.
Posted by hannah on 16th Nov 2014
I use rosehip,moringa,and avocado oils to mosturize my skin after toning it. It delivers well its promises that's why I will use this forever. It's simple and doesn't contain preservatives so it is very mild on skin. Since I have been using these oils,my skin is soft and zits free. My scars also fade away by time. I love milea's oils and conpared to other sellers, Milea oils are cost effective. Thumbs up!!!!! Im going to keep this forever in my regimen.