Lealta Estetica

About the Ingredients

Tea Tree and Eucalyptus

Tea tree oil is a common ingredient in all-natural acne products — and for good reason. It's antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties can help fight acne-causing bacteria and reduce the redness and inflammation of a break out. When it is used topically on the skin, eucalyptus can help to reduce muscle pain, soreness and swelling.

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Pink Himalayan Salt

Pink Himalayan Salt is such an amazing ingredient. It makes a fantastic cleanser and exfoliator by cleaning your pores and removing dead skin cells. Pink Salt also promotes cell regeneration in your skin and helps prevent acne scarring.

Ascorbic Crystals

The effects of Vitamin C Ascorbic Crystals on the skin may include sun damage reversal and reduced aging. Most of the positive effects of Vitamin C on skin are attributed to its ability to increase the skin's production of collagen. When a person ages, the skin starts to lose elasticity due to a reduction in the amount of collagen present. Vitamin C may not be able to keep a person from aging, but it might make the process go a little more slowly. In addition to boosting collagen production, Vitamin C may also help to reverse or reduce the aging process because it is an antioxidant. Studies have shown that antioxidants may be very useful for repairing damaged cells, which could result in healthier looking skin for many people. Vitamin C is often listed as Ascorbic Acid or magnesium ascorbyl phosphate on products that contain it.

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Pearl Cream

I wanted to make an under eye mask that works wonderfully to treat and prevent wrinkles and puffiness/dark spots. An organic protein contained in pearl cream shells is Nacre. Nacre is responsible for the iridescence you see in pearls and as an ingredient in pearl cream, it produces a whitening effect on your skin. This whitening effect can help reduce the appearance of age or sun spots, scars and even out skin tone, making your skin look brighter and more vibrant. Pearl Cream combined with Olive Oil. which my mask does, makes it super moisturizing and slows down the aging process.

Coconut Oil

The benefits of coconut oil on the skin are quite simple: It’s naturally anti-bacterial, acts as a great moisturizer. You see, coconut oil is predominantly composed of saturated fats, which work to repair your skin’s natural barrier and soak in moisture. By keeping your skin cells hydrated, your skin retains a nice smooth surface. The lauric, capric and caprylic acids that are also in coconut oil’s composition help to fight off any bacteria.

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Shea Butter

Shea Butter is a thick white fatty substance harvested from the nuts of the Shea Tree in Africa. Rich in Vitamin A, Shea Butter is a soothing balm for many different skin conditions. Thick and creamy, shea butter is gentle enough for even the most sensitive or broken skin. By imparting skin-restoring Vitamin A directly to the affected areas, Shea butter immediately softens and heals skin. The benefits of Shea better go beyond simply skin softening. By providing a barrier between your skin and harsh elements, this amazing butter allows your skin to heal naturally, from the deep epidural layers out to the delicate top skin.

Vitamin E

Vitamin E added to lotions, creams, and other skin care products, plays a role in the anti-aging of skin. It helps skin look younger by reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Also, free radicals are believed to play an important role in skin aging and therefore the antioxidant activity is quite valuable for this skin problem.

Rose Water

Rose water is used in skin care for its lovely scent, but also because it has light astringent properties. As the gentlest of all astringents, rose water is often used as toner for fair and dry skin. It may also be used to hydrate and moisturize dry skin or all skin types during the dry winter months.