Orange Face Peel 100g
Orange Face Peel is a gentle facial peeling that removes dead skin cells and cleans the skin, having a smoothening and firming effect on the skin. When dissolved on wet skin, it will generate a mild AHA fruit acid that will gently exfoliate and revive the skin.
It is a very mild peeling which melt on the skin but will nevertheless be efficacious. If you desire a more efficient/rough peeling, you should try our Coffee Face Peel.
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Unrefined cane sugar is well suited for facial peeling. When dissolved on wet skin, this will generate a mild fruit acid that will gently exfoliate and revive the skin.
The orange is a citrus fruit of Asian origin that came to Europe with the Portuguese in 1520. It stimulates cell regeneration and has a smoothening, astringent and cleansing effect. You can spice up this peeling with the rind of your own organic oranges.
Bergamot is among the oldest known citrus fruits and was, in the era of Napoleon, particularly popular as perfume. It has a fantastic effect on irritation, small wounds, skin reddening, and the similar.
Grapefruit arrived in Europe at the beginning of the 13th century. It is excellent against acne and clogged pores (blackheads). Likewise, it has a extensive cleansing effect. You can spice up this peeling with the rind of your own organic grapefruits.
Vitamin E binds moisture to the skin, facilitates the regeneration of damaged skin and the alleviation of acne. It is a forceful antioxidant which is excellent at retaining a youthful appearance of the skin, as – via oxidisation – it will reduce the cell-decomposition process. Also, vitamin E strengthens the vitamin-A effect.
Ginger is one of the oldest spices to arrive in Europe from Asia via the “silk and spice route”. Both the Greeks and the Romans used it for medicinal purposes. Ginger has an extensive cleansing effect and is amazing in the reinforcement of our blood flow, thus facilitating the skin’s moisturisation – and, further, it is efficacious against wrinkles. It helps cell regeneration and contains a high number of antioxidants.
Personally, I use a peeling 2-3 times weekly. I check my skin, and if it feels dry and rugged, or if I spot a small irritation area, I will peel.
Moisture your face. This is easily done in the shower. Distribute a small teaspoonful of peeling into your hands or onto a washing cloth. Then massage hands/cloth to dissolve coffee and cocoa. Next, you can easily peel your face, throat, and neck.
Sucrose. Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis Oil. Brassica Campetris Seed Oil. Carthamus Tinctorius Seed Oil. Limonene. Tocopherol. Hydroxypinacolone Retinoate. Citrus Bermiga Peel Oil Expressed. Citrus Aurantium Dulcis Peel Oil Expressed. Zingiber Officialie Root Oil. Dimethyl Isosorbide. Phenoxyethanol. Perfume. Linalool. Citral.
Ginger has been used for medicinal purposes for thousands of years, in particular in the East. In the North, we have pine needles which have the same effect as ginger. Perhaps you remember that your grandparents’ bathroom always smelled of pine needles?