Plum seed oil is produced by cold pressing Prunus domestica seeds. One of the few oils with such an intense, natural aroma. It has a pleasant marzipan – almond scent. Recommended for the care of all skin types – especially combination, dry, delicate and mature skin. Used in care of dry, brittle and damaged nails or hair.
- combination skin
- mature, thin skin
- problematic scalp
- brittle nails
- dry, damaged hair
- apply a few drops of oil on cleansed and dewy with floral water skin and massage gently
- mix a few drops of oil with dose of your favorite cream / lotion / serum then gently pat in your skin
- hair ends serum – rub a few drops of oil into dry or wet hair ends, for better results – add a few drops of hyaluronic acid 3% serum
- nail serum – massage a drop of oil into your nails and skin peels
- hair mask – add a few drops of oil to portion of your favourite hair mask just before application or create your own by mixing oil with aloe gel or hyaluronic acid 3% serum and applying on your damp hair. Leave for at least 30 minutes
- scalp mask – mix a few drops of oil with your favourite serum and apply on your scalp. Leave for at least 20 minutes. You can also add a portion of your favourite clay
- face mask – mix your favourite clay, a few drops of oil and serum with floral water and apply on your face. Leave for 15 minutes. Do not let mask to dry completely, if necessary – spray the mask with floral water. Rinse with lukewarm water add 1-2 tablespoons of oil to the bathtub filled with warm water
- INCI: Prunus Domestica Seed Oil.
- Country of origin: France.
- Form: pale liquid with marzipan scent.
- The storage conditions: tight closed, in room temperature not higher than 25°C, stored in the refrigerator might solidify.
- Lasting: shown on the packaging.
- Prunus domestica is a tree up to 10 meters high, not found in the wild, introduced into cultivation by the Persians, and in Europe by the Greeks and Romans.
- Fruits are edible – spherical or elongated – in green, yellow, red, purple or blue-brown colour.