Camomile has been used for centuries as a healing remedy for a multitude of diseases. Today we know it, among other things, from the soothing tea we drink when we are suffering from a throat infection, for example.
Camomile contains a variety of substances, such as alpha-Bisabolol and chamazulene that help fight minor infections. The combination of a range of bacteriostatic drugs makes camomile applicable for skin diseases. Camomile is a healthy source for a fresh and healthy skin.
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Most people know the almond as the focal point of the traditional Danish dessert game on Christmas Eve. But the almond is actually one of the world’s healthiest vitamin sources.
It has a high content of Vitamin B and E, and it also contains healthy, unsaturated fatty acids. Additionally, it contains iron, calcium, and magnesium, which only strengthens its status as being one of the healthiest ingredients our planet has to offers.
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Wheat grain is a wholemeal product filled with healthy substances. In relation to cosmetic products, it is a popular ingredient thanks to the high content of Vitamin B and E.
Additionally, it contains active minerals such as potassium, magnesium, iron, and zinc. This helps maintain the body’s health by, for example, strengthening the immune system and protecting the body from harmful infections and diseases.
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It is quite well known that olive oil is one of the healthiest oils to use in connection with cooking, but olive oil can also be a really good health source in other aspects of everyday life.
Olive oil is used in both soap and cosmetic products. It is rich in antioxidants that protect skin cells as well as provide an anti-inflammatory effect.
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The marigold has a long history in the field of medicine, and in the past, it was well known for its nourishing effect. Today it is used in everything from tea to cosmetics and much more.
Although the plant originally comes from the Mediterranean region, it thrives in Denmark and even grows naturally in some places in the country. The marigold contains a number of active substances and is recognised as being a healing plant that among other things, has a healthy effect on eczema and sunburn.
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Jojoba oil originates from the desert areas in Mexico and large parts of the United States. The oil comes from small fruits that grow on the jojoba plant. The fruits contain small seeds, and it is the wax from these seeds that we know as jojoba oil.
Jojoba oil has long been used in the world of cosmetics and medicine, and if we go further back in history, it was also used by Native Americans to fight skin inflammation. Its emollient and healing effect ensures that it is still to this date one of the most popular ingredients in various skin products.
Coconut oil has been used in Asia for thousands of years, and here in Scandinavia, we are starting to realise its potential.
Coconut oil contains a number of properties, such as vitamins and antioxidants that help increase the oil’s versatility of how it can be used.
Its natural and moisturizing texture makes it an ideal choice in the fight against dry skin, while the familiar, sweet scent gives a fresh effect.
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Vitamin B3 – also known as niacin – is a relatively new acquaintance of skin care. But it is quickly becoming one of the most recognized and sought-after ingredients.
This is due to the positive effects it has on the skin where it helps keep the skin moist and clean. Additionally, Vitamin 3 also helps fight pigmentation and makes the skin fresh.
Since its discovery in 1933, Provitamin B5 – also known as panthenol – has been used in skin care products all over the world.
It does not only maintain a soft and moist skin, it also has anti-inflammatory effects that increase the skin’s healing processes. It can even absorb moisture from the air, which helps keep the skin moist and fresh.
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The ivory-coloured shea butter originates from the African shea tree. Shea butter is a rich and nourishing ingredient that is a true champion in the fight against dry skin and eczema since its consistency enables it to be absorbed quickly by the skin.
It gives the skin a clean and moist feeling, while the high content of healthy vitamins and minerals make it a safe choice in a variety of products.
It is no joke that Aloe Vera is referred to as the “Miracle plant” because there is not much this plant cannot do. This claim is supported by the fact that it has been used as medicine for over 4000 years!
Aloe Vera is, naturally, also appropriate for skin care, where it helps moisten, heal, and repair the skin, while the many anti-inflammatory properties soothe irritations such as itching.