Dead Sea Purifying Mud

Posted by Ada Hersko on April 01, 2013 0 Comments

Dead Sea Black Mud has some unique qualities that allow it to keep the skin looking young, radiant and healthy. In addition, Black Mud from the Dead Sea is also known for its ability to help with various skin ailments, such as Psoriasis.


Dead Sea Black Mud is not the kind of mud you will find in your back yard… actually, the secret is in the black mud's rich elements, which includes Dead Sea salts and minerals such as magnesium, potassium, calcium, natural tar, and silicon compounds. You may be surprised to find silicon compounds, although the natural silicate in the mud is responsible for the well know mask effect (so you can apply it on your skin and leave to dry and harden).

Ever Tried to Rub Mud on Your Skin?

Health wise, when you rub Dead Sea Black Mud on your body or facial skin you can improve blood circulation, and rubbing Dead Sea Black Mud on your skin can cause natural skin regeneration. Black mud products that contains fine grains can even perform as an exfoliate which cleanse the skin and remove any dirt particles, impurities and toxins, gently peeling away dead skin cells to reveal a more youthful, healthier skin.

Another benefit of Dead Sea Black Mud is its ability to moisturize and hydrate skin, which helps to reduce wrinkles. Black mud Is a well know Dead Sea psoriasis treatment, and is proven to provide effective relief for other skin disorders including eczema, and acne, and can also be used to treat ailments such as arthritis, muscle stiffness, rheumatism, and joint inflammation.

Why is Dead Sea Black Mud So Special?

Dead Sea mud has a high concentration of salts and minerals. The reason it has such a high concentration of salts and minerals is due to the warm desert sun that evaporates the Dead Sea water, so the salts and minerals get absorbed into the mud at the bottom of the sea. This mud is then extracted and packaged, with all the impurities removed.

In conclusion, Dead Sea black mud feeds skin with essential minerals that your skin needs. When Dead Sea mud dries and sets on the skin it pulls out any toxins that may be present in your skin, resulting in a wonderful glow. In addition, it firms and tightens the skin, giving you an exceptional anti -aging benefit. Will you try to rub some mud on your skin now?

Love Line Green D.Light - Purifying Mud Mask

Purifying Mud Mask – purifies, thoroughly absorbs excess sebum, balances skin texture. Long-lasting results – noticeable immediately.

A unique synergy of Dead Sea Mud and "Phyto-biotic" complex- Chelidonium, cranberry and propolis extracts, Also contains Chamomile, vitamin A and Panthenol. The mask absorbs excess sebum, cleans and drains pores, prevents accumulation of dirt and impurities, prevents formation of pimples. The mask contains moisture, regulates cell regeneration – for healthy, clean and even-looking skin.

Apply mud mask evenly (avoid sensitive areas). Leave for 5-10 minutes until fully dry. Rinse and pat dry gently.

Can be used twice/ three times a week.


See Love Line Green D.Light - Purifying Mud Mask for more information.

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4 Beauty Benefits of the Sage Leaf

Posted by Ada Hersko on February 15, 2013 0 Comments

Sage leaf has many health and beauty benefits. The oil contained in the leaf is extracted and added to skin care products. Sage spice is made from dried sage leaves and can be sprinkled on foods to enhance their flavor. Regular use of sage oil or spice will improve the body’s skin renewal process, resulting in healthier skin and hair.


1. Improves Skin‘s Appearance

Sage oil stimulates cell renewal and increases blood circulation. The herb is rich in calcium and vitamin A, which are needed for daily cell regeneration. This renewal process helps minimize and delay the onset of facial wrinkles. Sage oil improves the appearance of unsightly varicose veins and broken capillaries by reducing redness and restricting capillaries.  

2. Relieves and Improves Annoying Skin Conditions

Sage oil assists in improving acne, athlete’s foot and chapped skin, and relieving symptoms of eczema and psoriasis. Oil from the leaf is often added to face and body washes, deodorants and anti-fungal creams due to its astringent properties. It can be added to shampoo to eliminate dandruff or applied directly to the skin as an insect repellent. A simple face wash can be created by brewing a tea from sage leaves. Bring one cup of water with a handful of sage leaves to a boil. Strain and allow the brew to completely cool. The cooled tea can be splashed on the face after washing. It is soothing to acne-prone skin and a refreshing toner.   

3. Reduces Cellulite

Increased blood circulation helps to eliminate toxins stored by the body, which in turn reduces and prevents the appearance of cellulite. Massaging cellulite affected skin several times a week helps unlock trapped toxins and fat cells that cause the unsightly condition. Using a massage butter containing sage oil enables the oil to be absorbed directly into the affected area.

4. Promotes Healthy Hair

Healthy hair is the result of proper grooming and the use of quality hair care products. Products that contain sage oil can improve weak or brittle hair. Sage helps the body control oil secretion, which reduces oily hair. Sage oil can be massaged directly into the scalp to increase blood flow to the hair follicle, which encourages hair growth and minimizes hair loss. It is a natural gray reducer, too.

To prepare a homemade gray elimination spritzer, combine 1 teaspoon each of sage leaf and rosemary leaves to 1 cup of boiling water for 10 minutes, then strain. Put the cooled liquid in a spray bottle and apply every day directly on the scalp and hair where the gray appears.  Leave on for up to 10 minutes, then shampoo and style as normal. It will take a few weeks to restore the hairs to their normal color, but only takes one or two applications per week to maintain the results.

A healthy lifestyle and proper grooming enable the skin and hair to prepare for the external stressors they face every day from the environment. Smooth and blemish-free skin is beautiful skin. Could sage leaf be the spice missing in your life?

Lavilin Intimate Wash

Lavilin Intimate Wash contains Sage Extract to soothe your skin, prevent unpleasant odor and relieve any redness and irritation. It's a powerful hydratant - for balanced skin tonus.

See Lavilin Intimate Wash for more information.


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Love Line: Caress Pro-Age: Glossary of Active Ingredient

Posted by Ada Hersko on November 05, 2012 0 Comments

Our Love Line - Caress Pro-Age collection is great for normal/dry skin, as it provides protection against aging.  It elasticizes, nourishes, balances and helps reveal new skin, by accelerating the formation of new, young cells. 

Be sure to check out the whole skin care collection here: Love Line Caress Pro-Age.

Here is a list of all the main ingredients and their benefits:

                   

  • Aloe Vera - Reduces puffiness, contains magnesium - antibacterial and soothing the skin.

  • Allantoin - Powerful moisturizer. Focuses on soothing skin and balances, as necessary, the activity of skin systems. Protects, revitalizes and soothes. Nourishes and supports the improved absorption of the effective ingredients in the skin.

  • Vitamin C - Helping collagen activity in skin. Combats bacterial inflammations, enhancing hydration level in skin.

  • Vitamin E - Protects from free radicals which cause damage to skin. Helps in decelerating skin aging.

  • Hyaluronic Acid - Promotes hydration in skin. Softens and refines visibility of fine lines. Balances hydration layers in different skin layers. Elasticizes and plumps texture of cell fibers.

  • Sorbitol - Moisturizers, extracted generally from corn. Contains minerals and vitamins, helping to the intercellular texture.

  • Penthanol - Promotes hydration level in skin.

  • Vitamin B Complex - Balanced multi-vitamin complex preventing deterioration as a by product of slow skin development. Antioxidants helping skin become balanced in it's functioning.

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Be a Natural Beauty with Jojoba Oil

Posted by Ada Hersko on September 10, 2012 0 Comments

The Jojoba plant (Simmondsia chinenis) is native to Northern Mexico and America. Jojoba oil is extracted from the seeds of the plant which has a golden colour. The processed variety is clear in colour.


                                          

Jojoba oil is not so much oil but more of a wax ester, it is very similar to sebum which is the natural oil found in human skin. Sebum is produced by the sebaceous glands in your skin and provides a protective layer.

Jojoba oil provides so many benefits to your skin


It contains tocopherols which make up vitamin E. Vitamin E is essential in protecting your skin cells from ultra violet light, pollution and other elements that produce cell damaging free radicals. Vitamin E regulates vitamin A in your body, which is important for healthy and radiant skin.

It is also an antioxidant which can help protect your skin from free radicals; these can contribute to many chronic diseases including cancer.

Jojoba oil is completely safe to use as its non-toxic. Unlike other oils it won’t clog your pores and cause any sudden flare-ups associated with problem skin; in fact, it is the main ingredient that is found in Lavilin Body Serum - Skin Soother. This natural skin care product Is fragrance free, and ideal as a massage or bath oil, as it hydrates, lubricates and softens your skin.

Jojoba oil can be used as a body lotion as the oil disappears directly into the skin when applied and doesn’t leave any greasy feeling, only a smooth and soft feeling.

Lavilin Body Serum - Skin Soother

  • Enriched with anti-oxidants - prevents skin aging.
  • Improves skin appearance regarding hyper-pigmentation and wrinkles.
  • Clinically tested on dozens of women suffering from dry skin caused by age and over exposure to the sun.
  • Application after bath enhances the moistening effect and allows optimal penetration of serum.
  • Excellent for hair and scalp.

                                        

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Hands - The First Sign of Good Grooming

Posted by Ada Hersko on May 08, 2012 0 Comments

Here's an article that was featured on - LexiYoga.com. Our hands seem to be the first to suffer environmental damage. Here are some good tips to help prevent aging hands:


Our hands are the first to suffer environmental damage and reveal our true age.

Hands: - Our Most Important Tool.

Our hands withstand enormous signs of aging, and can appear as early as the teen years. Hands suffer from moisture loss which encourages bacterial activity and formation of free radicals and weakens skin tonus. Skin appears transparent, rough and coarse.

All you need to prevent damaged, aging hands is an awareness of the problem and 5 minutes for daily hand care.

A good hand cream:

  • Is easily absorbed.
  • Provides a protective barrier from environmental damage.
  • Soothes and repairs damaged, cracked skin.
  • Keeps nails healthy.

The pH of the healthy epidermis is mildly acidic (between 5-6) creating a first line of defense against environmental damage, helping to protect skin from irritation and irregularities.

Products which contain hydratants - enhance cell regeneration and maintain skin elasticity. They will help neutralize bacterial activity and maintain the active protective layer.

Daily Hand Care: Penetrates and maintains moisture.

  • Before washing dishes and housework - Apply cream and wear gloves.
  • After housework - Rinse hands and apply hand cream until fully absorbed.
  • To prevent stains/unpleasant odors (onion, fish etc.) - Massage hands with salt. Wash hands with soap and water, rinse and apply a therapeutic hand cream.
  • Winter - before going out into the cold - Apply nourishing cream and wear gloves to avoid dryness.
  • Summer - Apply a hand cream with sunscreens frequently and repeatedly.

Periodic Treatment - Master Treatment at night!!!

  • Wash hands with lukewarm water, pat dry (don't rub).
  • Lubricate your hands (with oil/therapeutic serum).
  • Seal for a few minutes (plastic wrap/gloves) to nourish with warming effect.
  • Massage from wrist to nails, until fully absorbed.

Questions and Answers

1) Where should I keep hand cream?

In the kitchen, office drawer, handbag, near your bed!


2) How to apply hand cream?

  • Dab cream on back of the hand.
  • Spread thoroughly on the palm of the hand.
  • Massage fingers from base towards nails and around them.
  • Use circular motions, to improve penetration.
  • Massage elbows and other dry areas.


3) How to choose a good hand cream?

  • Contains a new preservation system.
  • Contains pH balancing agent.
  • Smooths rough hands.
  • Enriched with vitamins, minerals and herbal oils and extracts.
  • Neutralizes bacterial activity on skin.
  • Rich in anti-aging ingredients to balance skin functions.

Bio Ambiance Hand Care for:

  • Stronger, healthier, smoother nails.
  • Repair of cracked skin.
  • Nourishing, moisturizing and anti-age treatment

Bio Ambiance Hand Creams -

  • Offering various original fragrances to meet your personal preference.
  • Bio Ambiance Hand Creams will provide your hands with balancing and illuminating properties.
  • To ensure best results, clean hands thoroughly then apply an enriched hand cream. Make sure to massage thoroughly until fully absorbed.
  • Don't neglect your elbows, legs and any other dry skin or itchy, scaly skin.

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