Dec 2021

Dry skin is more common in the winter than in summer's months.
The changes in humidity and temperature at winters can irritate the skin and cause dryness.
Dry skin can affect almost all people during the winter.
The outer layer of the skin is called the epidermis and the thin outer surface of the epidermis act as a skin barrier.
Dry and damaged skin needs moisture replenishment.
It is best to use herbal skin care regimen as simple as possible when treating dry skin.

Neem leaves -
Neem also known as Azadirachta indica are the excellent skin care ingredient source.
Neem helps to prevent wrinkles and repair dry skin.
It acts as a natural skin protectant and moisturizer.
The neem oil relieves dry skin, soothes itching, redness and irritation.
Good for general skin health
Helpful in bacterial infections such as acne, boils and ulcers.

Carica papaya -
papaya is a key ingredient for skin whitening
Papaya contains papain that promotes skin renewal.
It helps in skin shedding to reveal newer cells and has restorative properties that soften the skin.
Papaya is rich in vitamins A, C and E, and other antioxidants that give skin the moisture and protection.
The nutrients present in the papaya fruit help to heal the skin.

Tamarindus indica -
Polysaccharides present in tamarind seed that improve the expression of filaggrin a protein, a peotein that maintained skin moisture.
Tamarindus indica exhibits strong hydrating, elasticizing, anti-wrinkle and re-densifying properties.
It is helpful in dry skin conditions.

Pongamia pinnata -
it is highly recommended in skin and hair care products.
In skin it treat eczema, psoriasis, skin ulcers and promote wound healing.
In hair it can treat dandruff.
Its act as a natural moisturizer that keep skin hydrated.

Triticum sativum -
it is rich in vitamin E which act as a powerful natural antioxidant.
This oil improve dry skin because of its high content of protein, minerals and vitamins A, B, C, D and E.
This oil often used in facial massage to soften and rejuvenate the skin.
Excellent source for reducing stretch marks around the eyes and as facial oil for dry skin.
This wheat germ oil helps to soothe the irritation and redness from eczema and psoriasis
Helps to relieve itching and promotes new skin cell growth.

Carthamus tinctorius -
Safflower oil keeps the skin hydrated and moisturized.
It is a rich source of Vitamin E a natural antioxidant which prevents skin cells to damage that may be wrecked by the sun or dry air.
It helps prevent dry skin by providing barriers to moisture loss.

Cocos nucifera (coconut oil) -
Coconut oil is a soothing agent that help to create a thin imperceptible layer that recreates the soothing benefits that our own skin produces and prevent moisture evaporation.
It effectively delays the onset of wrinkles and skin sagging which is typically become prominent with age.
Treating various skin diseases such as psoriasis, dermatitis and eczema.

Helianthus annus (sunflower oil) -
sunflower seed oil is extremely rich in vitamins A, C, D and E.
Helping the skin to retain moisture and provide the skin with a natural barrier of protection against bacteria and other irritants which cause most blemishes.

Vitis vinifera -
grape seed oil possesses astringent property
Its helps to tighten and tone the skin.
Grape seed has a high content of linoleic acid, a fatty acid essential that are good for the skin.
Grape seed oil also help in tissue regeneration and healing of scars
It is capable to lock skin moisture and repair tissue.