CALM Ingredient List
February 27, 2015 - in Category: Night-time Know How Skincare Tips About Us
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With Jasmine, Roman Chamomile, Ylang Ylang & Sandalwood     

A deeply soothing treatment designed to help to ease away the pressures of the day and rebalance stressed out skin

 

jasmine

Jasmine

A precious oil absolute from flowers picked at night when their warm, relaxing aromas are at their most potent

This beautifully scented flower comes to life at night time. It takes a huge a number of petals to produce the Absolute we use in our CALM After Dark Face Oil. However, it’s worth it for its ability to quieten the nerves and encourage a feeling of confidence and optimism. Jasmine oil is also a valuable skin treatment – used to aid elasticity, assist with anti-scarring and to rebalance unhappy skin

 

chamomile

Roman Chamomile

One of the gentlest oils of all. Known for its ability to calm the senses and sooth dry or irritated skin

These daisy-like flowers have been described as having an aroma that is part apple, part English grasses. In our mind it’s the essential oil equivalent of having a lovely supportive hug. Soothing, calming and anti-inflammatory – an oil that makes you go ahhhh. It is often used in massage to help ease muscular pains and inflamed joints so, if aches and pains are what are keeping you awake, it can be particularly handy. Chamomile is a godsend for very sensitive, red or dry skin and is often used to calm allergies and itchy skin

 

ylang ylang

Ylang Ylang

An exotic flower from the South Sea islands with the power to relax and rebalance

Breathing in this intoxicating oil can feel like being transported to a tropical island. It has a special power to calm – so is perfect for those needing to de-stress after a tough day and relax into a peaceful sleep. It also is used to bring balance to the skin and can help too dry or too oily skin normalise its own oil production

 

sandalwood

Sandalwood

Prized for its beautiful scent and its ability to balance skin’s natural oil production

One of the oldest known essential oils, sandalwood is revered by the beauty industry for its sweet-woody balsamic perfume and for the magic it can weave on stressed out skin. It is a key oil used in Ayurvedic medicine for its ability to soothe and it is used widely to restore stressed out skin to a stable, healthy state. Often used by traditional barbers to calm the effects of shaving rash

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