LAVS body cream
natural emulsion based on vegetable oils including Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Argan Oil and Organic Shea Butter. The vegetable oils present have a strong emollient effect.
After treatment with this cream, the skin regains firmness
and elasticity gaining compactness.
Suitable for dry skin and for the winter.
Main functional substances present:
Organic EXTRA VIRGIN Olive Oil
Rich in unsaturated and polyunsaturated fatty acids (Oleic, Linoleic Acid), which have a high emollient power and numerous eudermic and restorative functions on the skin. Very interesting is the unsaponifiable fraction present in olive oil such as phytosterols, squalene, terpene alcohols. Specific functions have been recognized for unsaponifiables such as firming, anti-wrinkle, anti-stretch marks and emollient.
It exploits the action of this substance capable of binding water to hydrate the skin for a long time.
Organic Shea Butter
Al Shea butter is a substance obtained from the seeds of Vitellaria paradoxa, a plant of the Sapotaceae family widespread in Africa.
Its seeds are also called shea nuts for simplicity. The shea plant is a real tree that can reach a height between 10 and 15 meters and the diameter of whose trunk easily touches one meter.
A buttery substance is obtained from the shea nuts which, due to its characteristics, is used as a condiment in the African food tradition or in cosmetics. Raw shea butter is yellowish in color and has a sweetish odor. For cosmetic use, shea butter can be found on the market, deprived of all impurities and deodorized.
Shea butter is attributed with emollient, nourishing and moisturizing properties, which make it an excellent natural cosmetic for skin care. It is believed that it can help protect the skin from solar radiation and that it can be used as a cosmetic for the prevention of wrinkles and to keep the skin young.
It is thanks to the use of shea butter that African women keep their skin beautiful, soft and young even in old age, so much so that shea nuts are considered as the fruit of the tree of health and youth. Shea butter has antioxidant properties that are able to protect the skin from the outside from the action of free radicals.
The antioxidant action is mainly due to the vitamin E content of shea butter, which also contains vitamin A and vitamin D. Applying shea butter on the skin allows it to maintain its natural and healthy complexion, to hydrate and nourish it. , as well as protecting it from external agents, such as sunlight, wind and cold, due to its filming and filtering properties.
It also has healing and soothing properties of pain, which make it indispensable in case of minor burns, bruises, joint and muscle pain, in order to be able to apply it directly with the fingers on the affected part in order to intervene immediately on the problem thanks to a natural remedy.
The emollient properties of shea butter make it perfect for protecting the lips from external agents, especially from wind and cold, when there is a fear that cracks may appear on them. The same action is carried out in correspondence with other very delicate parts of the body, such as the hands and feet.
Substance with documented softening and moisturizing properties on the skin.
Organic Argan Oil
It is used in the cosmetic field thanks to its antioxidant, emollient, moisturizing and highly elasticized properties. It is one of the most important oils for skin rejuvenation thanks to its content of Vitamins E and various essential fatty acids. This precious oil, extracted from the fruits of the Argania Spinosa plant that grows exclusively in southern Morocco, has been used for millennia by Berber women as a beauty elixir. Now even official science has had to recognize the incredible properties of Argan oil and this is also one of the reasons why its diffusion is increasingly massive.
They are able to form a film on the epidermal surface that binds and retains water, keeping the skin hydrated for a long time.
Aloe vera Bio
The main components of Aloe extract are mucilages consisting of galactomannans and mucopolysaccharides, these substances are attributed with the properties of Aloe for topical use. In fact, the mucilaginous polysaccharides are able to bind and retain large quantities of water, forming a protective and moisturizing layer on the epidermal surface. For this reason, Aloe has a protective function against abrasions, small cuts and burns, insect bites and skin irritations. As you can therefore understand Aloe is having an ever greater success in the cosmetic field for its numerous beneficial actions due to the absolute lack of contraindications.