Spa Series - Anti-Aging Moisturizer

Spa Series - Anti-Aging Moisturizer

Regular price $ 19.95

In today’s unprecedented times of anxiety, sleep deprivation and overall stress of balancing and navigating a new world, Nellie’s has developed our new Spa Series products focused on balancing and nurturing body, mind and soul.  

Indulge and tone tired and dehydrated skin with our new blend of anti-aging face moisturizer.   Comprised of whipped Shea butter, fractionated coconut oil and a POWERHOUSE proprietary blend of FDA approved Certified Pure Therapeutic Grade (CPTG) essential oils.  dōTERRA’s CPTG essential oils are 100% pure natural aromatic compounds carefully extracted from plants.

High concentrations of fatty acids and vitamins make shea butter an ideal cosmetic ingredient for softening skin. Shea butter also has anti-inflammatory and healing properties. Using shea butter on your body, especially your face, can condition, tone, and soothe your skin.(1)

Frankincense essential oil - contains properties that reduce feelings of anxiety, stimulate the immune system, and diminish signs of aging, among other demonstrated activities.  Its aroma can be described as woody, earthy, and spicy with a fruity nuance. Used in aromatherapy, and luxury spas, Frankincense sedative and comforting fragrance is believed to strengthen and invigorate the respiratory system. (2)

Lavender essential oil - has proven cosmetic and medicinal uses, demonstrating soothing, sedative activities in each form.  Diluted with a carrier oil and used topically, Lavender oil moisturizes chapped and aging skin. Its anti-septic and anti-fungal properties may help to reduce itching and swelling caused by insect bites. Known to have anti-microbial properties, it provides soothing relief to minor burns and cuts, decreasing pain and inhibiting bleeding while eliminating bacteria from the wound. Its potential to restore skin complexion is also demonstrated with use on aging and acne-prone skin on which it slows the look of aging with its powerful anti-oxidant action and improves the look and feel of skin that is subject to eczema and psoriasis. (2)


Turmeric essential oil - warm, earthy, woody scent is believed to help uplift, energize, comfort, and strengthen the body and mind.  Used on the skin it is believed to cleanse, clarify, smooth, calm, invigorate, and brighten the skin, generally support skin health, remove excess natural skin oil, diminish the appearance of blemishes and wrinkles, improve the skin’s resiliency, moisturize dryness to alleviate itchiness and exfoliate to remove dead cells and reveal new skin, which can enhance natural radiance and promote a supple, healthy, revitalized appearance.

Taken internally, turmeric powder is a proven anti-inflammatory.  This flowering member of the Ginger family is largely grown in India, the Turmeric plant is also said to have been used as early as 4000 years ago as a medicinal substance as well as a spiritual and ceremonial object. (2)


Copaiba - the main chemical constituent is beta-caryophyllene, a phytocannabinoid. A cannabinoid is the name used for anything that interacts with the endocannabinoid system. This system in your body is responsible for helping to regulate the inflammatory system, immune function, sleep, pain receptors, hormones, and more. In short, the effect Copaiba can have on your health and wellness is vastly intricate, dynamic, and significant. (3)  When blended into a facial moisturizer it reduces the appearance of blemishes and keeps skin healthy-looking and clear.  In addition to everything Copaiba can do on its own, the oil has a unique ability to enhance the absorption of other essential oils when applied topically. Better absorption means better results, no matter what results you’re looking for or which oil you choose.


 

(1) Healthline, Jul 22, 2019. - Shea Butter for Your Face:  Benefits and Uses

Medically reviewed by  Owen Kramer, MD on July 22, 2019  — Written by Kathryn Watson

(2) New Direction Aromatics essential oils and their uses (1997-2018)

(3) A Chemist's Perspective: Cannabinoids, Cannabis, and Caryophyllene, Dr. Cody Beaumont, PhD, Director, Analytical Services & Quality Control, dōTERRA


https://www.doterra.com/US/en/blog/science-research-news-a-chemists-perspective