Years back Roman commanders ordered to serve to the warriors wine with the addition of borage leaves believing that it will add them manhood in battle. To these days we still don’t know if it was effective. We know, however, that modern medicine appreciates the health benefits of borage because of the content of many substances that favorably affecting to...
Not everyone knows the fact that the plant which is growing in the fields, meadows and wasteland, widely regarded as a weed has remarkable properties, highly prized by the pharmaceutical and cosmetic industries. Evening primrose was the one loved for centuries and used by women and men to body care.
Avocado is worshiped for centuries in Central America – Aztecks named it ‘the butter of wilderness’. The Incas believed that it affects to love. Avocados, due to it’s coarse, dark green skin are called also ‘the alligator pear’, sailed to Europe in the seventeenth century. To these days world is crazy about it. Light green oil pressed from this fruit has...
Green coffee smells different than roasted, which we are drinking every morning. Immature green beans are extremely rich in antioxidants that protect our DNA’s construction. This is another product straight from the Amazonian forest with an intense, herbal aroma which is bringing our noses smell of a freshly mown grass.
Pharmaceutical companies have been inspired by healing effects resulting directly from nature for years. We know that apricot kernels are an excellent source of vitamin B17, that fights with cancer cells. The common apricot tree not only gives fruit tasty, but also rich in vitamins. Oil ingredients, applied directly to the skin, naturally nourish it.
For hundreds of years, grape seeds have not been used - only today, thanks to the developed technology, we can obtain oils even from so little oily products. We are glad that it happened. The original effect of this oil on the skin was discovered, among others, due to the huge content of vitamin E, which delays the aging process.
Obtained manually, in an extremely complex way, from argan trees found only in Morocco. As much as 35kg of argan fruit are needed to produce one liter of oil. Thanks to its beautiful, golden, amber color and precious properties, it has gained the nickname of "liquid Moroccan gold".
If you had the opportunity to read one of the greatest polish book for kids named „W pustyni i w puszczy” (in english: „In Desert and Wilderness”) you probably remember that huge, empty baobab’s trunk gave shelter to Stas and Nel. By the African natives is called the Tree of Life and a plant that grows' with roots up. Baobab oil seduces with a slight.
In this small bottle we have closed flawless, radiant complexion and memories about the spider veins. You shouldn’t forget about this oil in your daily care routine. Pressed from bush fruit’s seeds that grows wild in Poland, doesn’t have the typical smell of a rose but a delicate aroma typical of it’s fruit.
In Namibia, the country in the southern Africa, women from Ovambo tribe for centuries are producing marula oil and use it as a universal cosmetic for skin and hair care. This yellow, liquid oil is pressed from the seeds of the Marula tree fruits, fav tree of the elephants. These animals love marula fruits and are eating it with seeds straight from the tree.
People with sensitive skin, not responsive to tanning in the sun and allergic to ingredients in tanning lotions should try carrot oil. Applied on the body will feed the skin with beneficial vitamins and minerals and leave a brown-gold colour on it. Beautiful, delicate tan will make your skin look more healthy and you can enjoy it not only in summer but...
If you value this fruit because of its health properties (vitamin C, which is filled to the brim, strengthens the immune system, has anti-inflammatory and antiviral properties, fights infections and lowers body temperature), you must know that it is also your ally in the fight for beautiful skin.