HERBAL BODY MILK - 200ml

HERBAL BODY MILK - 200ml

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HERBAL BODY MILK

Moisturising body milk with herbal extracts, Hyaluronic acid, Aloe Vera gel, organic extra virgin Olive oil and natural essential oils. 

Content of 97% natural origin.

Easily absorbed, soothes, softens and moisturises the skin, leaving a fresh and delicate citrus-flowers aroma. 

Ideal for daily body care and after professional body treatments. 

Suitable also after shower or sunbathing.

Due to the content of essential oils it is recommended to avoid use during pregnancy, sunbathing and on skin types sensitive to essential oils.

Can be effectively combined with the other Yellow Rose Herbal Body treatment products.

Using this Product:

Use daily. Apply daily to cleansed skin and massage gently.

Main Ingredients:

Hyaluronic acid Highly efficient moisturiser Olive Leaf extract (Olea europaea) Extract made from fresh olive leaves. Exhibits powerful antioxidant activity (much higher than vitamin C and green tea extract). This is due to the synergy effect of the flavonoids, polyphenols and the high Oleuropein content, present in the extract. A powerful natural antioxidant from the Olive tree. Aloe Vera gel Moisturising, calming and soothing. Borage or Starflower seed oil (Borago officinalis) Borage is native to the Mediterranean region and has a long history of recorded use. Borage seed oil has very high amounts of γ-Linolenic acid (GLA). Excellent skin emollient, restores the skin barrier and effectively combats skin dehydration. Calendula or Pot Marigoldflower oil (Calendula officinalis) Flowers were used in ancient Greek and Roman cultures as a medicinal herb.They used to prepare an extract in oil to soothe, calm and protect the skin due to Phytosterol content. Everlasting or Immortelle (Helichrysum italicum) The name Helichrysum is derived from the Greek helios meaning Yarrow (Achillea millofolium) Used in folk medicine since antiquity. It was named after the Greek mythological character Achilles. Achilles' soldiers used Yarrow to treat their wounds. The plant has a long history as a powerful 'healing herb' used topically for treating wounds, cuts and skin irritations, due to its astringent and antiseptic effect. Main active compounds of Yarrow are the antioxidant and anti-inflammatory flavonoids: Apeginenin, Rutin, Luteolin and Kaempferol. Marshmallow (Althaea officinalis) Used extensively in ancient Greek medicine. The leaves, flowers and especially the root of Marshmallow have medicinal properties against irritations. These are reflected in the name of the genus, which comes from the Greek ‘αλθειν’ (althein), meaning Bay Laurel (Laurus nobilis) Throughout antiquity and history, Bay Laurel was associated with victory, nobility, with wisdom and protection. In ancient Greece, Laurel was a symbol of highest status and was assigned to the god Apollo the god of healing, poetry and philosophy. The extract of Laurel leaves in olive oil (rich in nourishing fatty acids and vitamins A and E) is a traditional health remedy for skin care as it is an excellent emollient, skin conditioning and soothing agent. Dioscurides notes that crushed leaves if applied externally, 'heal bee and wasp stings' and 'any kind of inflammation'. Myrtle (Myrtus communis) In ancient Greek mythology and ritual the myrtle was assigned to the goddess Aphrodite (Venus) and was symbolic of beauty, love and immortality. Myrtle occupies a prominent place in the writings of Hippocrates and Galen due to its healing effect. Dioscorides used the fruits as a remedy for the scorpion and spider venom.The extract is rich in flavonoids, phenolic acids and hydrolyzed tannins with antioxidant, astringent and mild antiseptic properties. Sage (Salvia officinalis) The name Salvia derives from the Latin salvere. Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis) One of the oldest medicinal plants, Rosemary grows around the Mediterranean seaside regions. The extract is an outstanding free radical scavenger (rosmarinic acid), protecting the skin from free radicals but also tones and promotes microcirculation. Rosemary is also often used in aromatherapy to increase memory and to relieve stress. Chamomile(Matricaria recutita) Chamomile derives from two Greek words: ‘chamos’ and ‘melos’, the union of which stands for Organic extra virgin Olive oil Considered as ‘liquid Gold’ by the ancient Greeks, Olive oil is a superior natural skin conditioning oil that moisturises, soothes and softens skin tissue. Rich in mixed triglyceride esters of essential monounsaturated fatty acids (oleic, palmitic and linoleic), squalene and natural phenols with potent antioxidant properties, it is considered to be highly nutritious and used for centuries in topical natural health remedies. Horse Chestnut (Aesculus hippocastanum) Horse Chestnut tree was noted for its traditional therapeutic value. The main active of the Horse Chestnut seed is β-Escin, but other powerful antioxidant flavonoids such as Quercetin and Kaempferol are also present. Escin (or Aescin) is a mixture of saponins with anti-inflammatory, vasoconstrictor and vasoprotective properties. Strengthens blood vessels and helps reduce fluid leaks to surrounding tissue, tones microcirculation, thus relieving symptoms of venous insufficiency such as heavy legs and varicose veins. Butcher’s broom (Ruscus aculeatus) Tonic, soothing, refreshing and vasoprotective. The herb was commonly used in ancient Greece and Rome. The Greeks were using it to reduce swellings of various kinds and the Romans to treat varicose veins. It has the same uses today. The active ingredients, mainly present in the rhizome, are saponins that contain the aglycones Ruscogenin and Neuroscogenin and the associated Spirostanol and Furostanol glycosides. Horsetail (Equisetum ravens) Unique medicinal plant that stands out from other herbs due to its very high content of Silica (silicic acid and other silicates) and minerals. It is noted for its astringent and connective tissue strengthening effect. Mastic essential oil (Pistacia lentiscus) Mastic is a resin obtained from the mastic tree with a refreshing, slightly piney or cedar flavour. Within the European Union, mastic production in southern Chios island is granted protected designation of origin. Mastic essential oil is an excellent skin conditioning agent that contains antioxidants and also has antibacterial and anti-fungal properties. Mastic has been used as a medicine since antiquity and is still used in traditional folk medicine. Orange, Bergamot & bitter Orange flowers, leaves and buds essential oils An exquisite fresh blend of fresh Orange, Bergamot, Neroli and Petit Grain essential oils to invigorate and tone the body and soul. Contains also Vitamins (C and E), Panthenol, Allantoin, Shea butter and Glycerin of plant origin.