The recipe for beauty
CREAMY LIQUID SOAP
Lavender's most valuable component is the essential oil that is proven to have calming, antibacterial and disinfecting effect. It also contains tannins, flavonoids and coumarin. Cosmetic industry values mostly the refreshing, antibacterial and disinfecting properties of lavender. Lavender cosmetics are recommended for oily and acne skin and foot care. Lavender oil can be used for aromatic baths.
It has originated in Asia where it is the symbol of youth and long life. Green tea is a rich source of polyphenols that are strong antioxidants and anti-inflammatories. It removes free radicals that are behind aging processes. Body wraps, facial masks and tonics made of green tea are used for oily skin because they minimize skin pores and have an antiseptic and toning effect. In addition, green tea works excellently on aging skin, revitalizing and brightening it and at the same time protecting sensitive skin structures against free radicals. It is good for the blood vessels as it shrinks them and reduces redness (erythema.)
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In 1920, French chemist Rene-Maurice Gatefosse while working in the lab burned his hand and instinctively dipped it in the nearest vessel with the liquid, which as it turned out was the lavender oil. Pain was gone almost immediately, and the wound after burn healed remarkably well, without leaving scars. Gatefosse then applied lavender oil providing wounded soldiers and wasthe first to introduce the term "aromatherapy".
Green tea is made of the same leaves as black tea. The only difference is lack of fermentation process, that is why it retains its natural color. After collecting the fresh leaves are allowed to fade and evaporate, and then are being dried.