Monday, December 12, 2016

Balms, Oils, & a Cream for Wrinkles & Minor Kitchen Burns, while Roasting & Baking.

By Laura Medina

This sweetie scribe has been baking up a storm since post-Thanksgiving and will be roasting like a kind-hearted devil this fast-approaching Christmas and New Year.

In due course, this scribe has earned minor kitchen burns and the accompanying stress wrinkles from the pressure and the drier air.

Thank god and bless their souls, these beauty innovators has harness home-grown recipes and top-notch lab science to bring us goodies that soothe the burns, the wrinkles, and the soul.

In a very generous and affordable jar, The Good Home Co. Recovery Balm's of :  shea, coconut, olive and borage with extract of calendula, its natural skin healing powers, is good enough for health cancer radiation burns, it's good enough to soothe and smooth minor kitchen burns and boo-boos...and sunburns, whether you're sunning during Resort Season or skiing on the slopes.

Salve's inventor knows that accidents happens all the time and whenever.

This is why she invented the portable Salve Line.

The Scratched Salve is more than lip balm.  It soothes scratches, scrapes and cuts with our freshly, hand-prepared Scratched Emergency Salve. With premium ingredients such as tea tree oil, comfrey oil, organic olive oil and witch hazel, you will find immediate relief to your cuts and scratches. This emergency salve will also disinfect and moisturize to help the wound heal faster and reduce scarring. It even feels great as a lip moisturizer!

It's a great tin of a Salve to toss into your carry-on, holiday traveling.

Lev Glazman, Fresh Co-founder, "“When I was two, living in a small town in Eastern Siberia, I tipped over a pot of boiling water. My arm was badly burned, and I was rushed to a doctor who treated me with a pasty orange salve that I later learned was seaberry oil. Extracted from a plant native to Russia and the Himalayan region known for thriving in harsh conditions, this oil has been used for generations as a natural cure.”

The recipe for FRESH Skincare, Cosmetics, and Beauty was that they took their holistic home-made recipes for skincare, from Do-It-Yourself Russia then glamourize them, first for the American market then worldwide.

If baking then burning yourself into a frenzy because you gotta bake and roast in record time for holiday gifting and crafting, don't worry.  FRESH's Seaberry Collection comes in hand cream, cleanser, an oil and a booster to dab and pat over your minor kitchen boo-boos.

This scribe has been dabbing Sunday Riley's magical blue retinol Luna Oil over minor kitchen burns since  August's "Downton Abbey" marathon while baking mini popovers for the marathon and watched it soothe and smooth...and fade the burn scars with:Trans-retinoic Acid Ester: Transforms the skin with the power of retinoids, but without the irritation of traditional retinol; encourages exfoliation and revitalization of skin for the appearance of smoother, younger-looking skin.
-Blue Tansy and German Chamomile: Help to calm and soothe for a reduction in the appearance of redness.
-Chia Seed Oil: Richest botanical source of omega 3; powerful source of alpha-lipoic acid.

Persea Gratissima (Extra Virgin, Cold Pressed Avocado) Oil, Vitis Vinifera (Organic, Cold Pressed Concord Grape) Seed Oil, Rubus Fruticosus (Cold Pressed Blackberry) Seed Oil, Salvia Hispanica (Cold Pressed Chia) Oil, Chamomilla Recutita (Matricaria) Flower Oil, Tanecetum annuum (Blue Tansy) oil, Anthemis nobilis (English Chamomile) oil, Eriocephalus punctulatus (Cape Chamomile) oil, Citrus Aurantium Amara (Neroli) Oil, Citrus Aurantium Dulcis (Blood Orange) oil, Cananga Odorata Flower (Ylang Ylang) Oil, Vetivera zizanoides (Vetiver) oil, Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower) Seed Oil (and) Rosmarinus officinalis (Rosemary) Leaf Extract.,default,pd.html

Tamanu oil is great for minor burns and scars...and believe it or not, acne scars for all you naughty...bad,bad,bad,...pimple poppers who learn to regret it.

Rich in fatty acids, it’s highly antibacterial, antimicrobial, antifungal, and antioxidant; and one of the main oils, along side Camellia Oil, in Dermalogica's Phyto Replenish Oil.

There's "juice" in Juice Beauty, wholesome as it is high=tech enough for Gwyneth Paltrow to buy into the company as investor/product developer.

Here's a light but effective cream alternative to all these oils.

The fast-absorbing, light cream has:  a proprietary blend of fruit stem cells and Vitamin C infused into a resveratrol-rich grape formula 

A proprietary blend of fruit stem cells and Vitamin C infused into organic resveratrol-rich grape can improve the appearance of skin tone and luminosity. Hydrates and moisturizes skin with organic antioxidant-rich jojoba and shea. Provides essential fatty acid emollients and powerful antioxidant action with evening primrose, linseed & borage seed.  Studies have shown that resveratrol can help fight free radicals.

What's really awesome, the oils and the creams that were meant to tackle wrinkles, which comes in handy during the Winter and the Holiday stress.  But they're packed with so much antioxidants being delivered in nourishing carrier oils, that they're good enough to tackle two problems at once, wrinkles you get from getting those minor kitchen boo-boo burns.

This beyond vanity.  These gotta be in your emergency kit and the kitchen.

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