Your Natural Side Evening Primrose Oil is:
- dry and heavily dried skin,
- delicate skin of children,
- sensitive skin,
- mature skin with signs of aging,
- skin requiring firming,
- problematic skin, flaky skin,
- dry and damaged hair and nails.
How to use:
- as a replacement for the cream – apply a few drops directly to the skin of the entire face, neck and neckline, or point. To enhance the effect, you can previously mix oil in your hand with your favorite floral water or hyaluronic acid gel – additionally moisturize the skin and make it velvety smooth.
- as a “balsam” for the body – apply oil right after the bath! Applying on previously moistened skin, not only will facilitate the application of the oil, but also help in its absorption. Option for the lazy: pour 1-2 tablespoons of oil into the bathtub with hot water. After the bath so prepared, a thin layer of oil will remain on your skin, which you can massage or leave to absorb.
- massage of selected parts of the body – use it yourself or mix a given oil with other oil, eg sweet almond oil, grape seed oil or rice oil, for a more oily consistency, warm in your hand and massage selected parts of the body. You can add various natural essential oils to get the best results (recommended especially when making a firming massage).
- strengthening the effect of the cream / balm – mix the essential oil with your favorite cream or balm just before use, and then massage into the skin.
- mask for the scalp – massage oil into the scalp in the amount of 2 tablespoons a minimum of 1 hour before washing, in order to moisturize or level dandruff and oily scalp and stimulate hair growth.
- hair mask – put on dry hair a minimum of 20 minutes before washing, and then wash your hair with shampoo without SLS. To enhance the effect, apply oil for a longer period of time, e.g. overnight.
- securing the ends of hair – in order to regenerate and protect the ends of hair from harmful weather conditions and treatments (such as straightening), rub a few drops of oil in dry or wet hair tips.
- softening preparation for hard skin – massage a small amount of oil into the hard skin of heels, elbows or knees.
- You can also use the oil as a regenerative treatment for cracked heels or dry hands. For this purpose, before bedtime, massage the oil into the skin of your heels / hands and then put on cotton socks / gloves.
- You can also wrap your feet / hands with foil.
- as a conditioner for nails – massage a few drops of oil into nails and cuticles. In this way, you will perfectly nourish, strengthen and moisten damaged, brittle nails.
- as a conditioner for eyelashes and eyebrows – spread oil over the entire length of eyelashes and eyebrows to strengthen and regenerate them and stimulate growth.
INCI: Oenothera Biennis Seed Oil.