Prickly Pear Seed Oil 10ml:
Prickly Pear Oil is possibly one of the most expensive oils on the planet due to the difficulty of obtaining the oil from the seeds, -- it is calculated that it takes one ton of the Prickly Pear fruit to produce 1 litre of the rare and precious oil.
Due to the extremely high content of Vitamin E, Linoleic Acid, Omega-6 and Omega-3, Prickly Pear Oil contains key elements to combat ageing. Prickly Pear is also considered to be an aid to both decreasing dark circles under the eyes helping tighten the pores of the skin.
This oil has outstanding moisturising qualities, therefore it helps the skin ward off lines and wrinkles, giving the skin a smoother appearance.
- Apply a generous amount to the face (including the eye area) at night.
- Apply a fine layer to the face in the morning after cleansing, forming a nutritious base to your skin before adding your normal beauty routine.
Pearl Powder 15g:
Pearl Powder has been recorded for nearly 3000 years in skin treatments prized by royalty in Egypt and China. Cleopatra, the last Queen of Egypt and Wu Zetian, the only woman in Chinese history to ever attain the title of Emperor, were famed for their use of Pearl Powder to maintain and achieve their youthful, beautiful skin.
Highly revered during the ancient times, modern science has confirmed what the ancient medics have proven to be true – that pearl powder stimulates new skin cells, increases collagen levels that help to firm and smooth the skin and improve the skin’s radiance.
It is also known to speed healing and remove blotches, blemishes, acne scarring, dry patches and rosacea and address sun damage.
As a face mask:
- Add a portion (spatula provided for measuring purposes) to yogurt or mix with cow's milk or goat's milk depending on your preference, then leave on the skin till the mixture dries.
- To lift and smooth the face, add a portion of Pearl Powder to a beaten egg white and two drops of lemon juice.
Alternatively, add a spatula of powder to your favourite beauty potion. Ratio approximately one spatula to one ounce of cream or lotion or 30ml of oil.