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Vital Oil - for sensitive skin

$57.00

Vital Oil - for sensitive skin
Vital Oil - for sensitive skin

Vital Oil - for sensitive skin

$57.00

Vital Oil is one of our most popular products as it becoming known for a gentle and healing oil for sensitive skin or for helping reduce the problems of eczema, dermatitis and other minor rashes and skin irritations.

We have carefully selected herbs that have developed reputations over centuries for aiding tissue repair, reducing itch and for being useful for a range of skin conditions. Chickweed and nettle are wonderfully healing plants - chickweed is renowned for its ability to soothe itching, and nettle is a key herb for calming angry and inflamed skin. Comfrey leaf supports the repair of damaged tissue and camellia oil is a lovely light oil that absorbs easily and is packed with antioxidants which help reduce inflammation. You hardly need to use any at all and we think that your skin will thank you for it.

A good tip is to team it up with our Vital Balm as the balm is easy to pop in your bag and take with you when you are on the go.

We have many customers telling us how they have used it and found it has helped to settle and soothe aggravated skin. Click on this link to see some images sent to us by a very happy customer who had been suffering with periocular dermatitis http://www.archeus.co.nz/blogs/news/43723265-vital-oil-before-and-after

Directions for use: give it a good shake before use. Apply small amount after cleansing. External application only. In unlikely event of negative reaction discontinue use & consult health practitioner. Store in cool dark place below 21°C. Handle with love.

Vegan. Not tested on animals. Does not contain synthetic preservatives, colours or fragrances. 

 

50ml/1.69 fl.oz

Ingredients: Camellia sinensis (Camellia) oil*, Stellaria media (Chickweed)extract, Urtica dioica (Nettle) extract*, Symphytum officinale (Comfrey Leaf) extract*, Tocopherol (Vitamin E), Matricaria recutita (Chamomile) essential oil.

*Certified organic

In the ingredients section under People & Plants, you can find out more about the beneficial qualities and history of these ingredients.