Originally from Latin America and considered a superfood, chia seed produces an oil rich in omega 3 necessary to maintain healthy skin. A powerful cocktail of antioxidants and phytonutrients, chia oil is a treatment adapted to mature, dry or sensitive skin. It combats free radicals, promotes the elasticity of the skin and prevents its premature aging. Protective, moisturizing and anti-inflammatory, chia oil is useful in the treatment of many skin problems such as psoriasis, eczema and acne. Highly nutritious and restorative, chia oil brings shine and moisture to dull, dry hair.
- Protects the walls of the cells attacked by the free radicals generated by ultraviolet rays.
- Promotes flexibility and hydration of the skin.
- Softens the skin.
- Relieves skin problems such as: psoriasis, eczema, irritations, acne. It fights against inflammation, especially in the skin and thus allows better healing in superficial wounds.
- Promotes wound healing.
- Repairs damaged hair.
- Mature skin
- Dry skin
- Damaged skin
- Skin problems
- Irritaded skin
- Sensitive skin
Instructions and tips to use on the skin.
Use pure or mixed with essential oils or other vegetable oils as a day or night cream, or to make some massage oil.
Tip: Add a drop of chia oil in your daily dose of cream.
- Damaged and dry hair
- Greasy hair
Instructions and tips to use on the hair.
Apply chia oil and distribute evenly throughout the hair, insisting on ends. Massage hair and then wrap in a warm towel. Keep for 30 minutes or overnight if possible, then shampoo.