Botanical Skin Care

There are a lot of botanical extracts that are used in skin care. Some of them are listed below:

Cucumber Extract: The calming and cooling properties of cucumber are a good supplement to any skin care regime.

Green Tea Extract: A widely used ingredient in botanical skin care, Green Tea is a rich source of antioxidants like Vitamins C and E.

Botanical Echinacea Botanical Extract: Best for treating skin burns, eczema, wounds, and inflammation of the skin.

Extract of Ginseng Root: It reduces inflammation, stimulates cell growth, increases the life span of cells and heals slight skin damage.

Lotus Leaf Extract: The Lotus leaf has high levels of isoflavones.

Chamomile Extract: Chamomile is well-known for its anti-inflammatory properties and soothing effects.

Horse Chestnut Extract: It is said to make varicose veins look better; relieve swelling or inflammation of the joints, muscles, or tendons.

White Willow Bark Extract: Terrific for its anti-inflammatory properties.

The Rooibos plant, which is found no where else, but the Southern region of the Cape in South Africa is used in the range of skin care products for anti-aging. Since Rooibos contains a lot of happening antioxidants it aids in protecting and repairing the skin from the aging signs of slight lines and wrinkles triggered by exposure to the ultraviolet rays and the polluted atmosphere. The advantages of the Rooibos extract are well acknowledged, and Rooibos is often used on babies and little children to provide relief for nappy rash or other forms of skin disorders. In recent years, it has become more desirable as it contains plenty of recurring antioxidants which throw up a fight with the free radicals which are the main reason for the fine lines and wrinkles that appear.

Above and beyond the opulent, anti-ageing Botanical Skin Care Range, you have an array of botanical skin care products with ingredients including an extract from the oil of Buchu, available only in the Cape in South Africa. The local inhabitants of the Cape have relied on Buchu for as long as they can remember to treat skin diseases. The anti-bacterial and anti-biotic traits of the Buchu extract which happen naturally aid in the removal of impurities from the skin and shield the skin from the bacterial growth which blocks pores resulting in soreness of the skin irritation and pimples. The Capes’ well-kept secret, the Buchu oil, tenderly gets rid if the bacteria, cares for and moisturizes the skin. The Buchu extract may also be used as an after-shave, to help prevent prickly and hideous shaving rashes. Along with Tea Tree Oil and only natural moisturizing extracts, these botanical skin care products naturally with Buchu extract will naturally return your skin to its normal and natural sparkle and glow.

Dr. Edward J Files is an accomplished website developer and author.

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