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The best three cold-pressed oils for natural skin care

To this end, our three cold-pressed oils form an excellent synergy that comes into focus with the arrival of long sunny periods.

Sikavica oil will achieve the ideal ph value of your skin, protect it from the harmful effects of the sun's rays and neutralize the toxic effects of various chemicals. It is an extremely non-allergic oil, so it is also suitable for natural child care.

Hazelnut oil as an excellent supplement during long sunny days, with its natural source of collagen and vitamin E, it will maintain the elasticity of the skin, and with its natural SPF 16 factor, it will protect against burning during prolonged exposure to the sun ..

Grape seed oil is an excellent cosmetic oil and food supplement, and thanks to its fine texture and composition, it is an excellent cosmetic oil for damaged skin, and for face and body care, especially around the eyes. As a supplement to this package, it is advisable to apply it before going to bed because it does not close the pores, does not leave an oily residue and helps tighten the skin and maintain its tone, especially after prolonged exposure to the sun.

Castor oil

It has a delicate taste and smell, and is characterized by high lubricity and does not contain cholesterol. Ultraviolet radiation is the main factor of aging and malignant changes in the skin, and it has been proven that silybin from sikavica has different mechanisms for neutralizing the toxic effects of various chemicals and UVB radiation in the skin.

Hazelnut oil

It is valued in the cosmetics and pharmaceutical industry. Stimulation of natural collagen and large amounts of vitamin E have earned hazelnut oil the title of unsurpassed " protective " factor and elixir of youth in cosmetics for preserving, caring for and renewing the skin, especially after the age of 40. Hazelnut kernels are a mandatory ingredient in healthy diets. Indications for use are skin care , wrinkles, oily skin, malnourished skin of the face and body.

Pregnant women who want to protect and nourish their skin in the most natural way possible, in order to prevent the appearance of stretch marks, can find a solution in hazelnut oil supplemented with grape seed oil . Cold-pressed hazelnut oil is a natural, high-quality care that is also safe for the baby. It moisturizes and nourishes the skin, the pores do not close and the skin breathes normally. It is important to massage the oil on wet skin after showering, which is also a practical self-massage that allows you to make contact with the body and maintain general well-being.

Grape seed oil

It is rich in vitamins and minerals, contains significant amounts of antioxidants , and in terms of the proportion of unsaturated fatty acids, it is at the very top of cold-pressed oils. It has the most linoleic or omega-6 fatty acids, followed by oleic or omega-9 fatty acids, palmitic and stearic acids, while only 2.5% are saturated and volatile fatty acids. Thanks to its fine texture and composition of fatty acids, it successfully cares for and nourishes the skin, while at the same time it does not close pores and does not leave an oily residue. It helps to tighten the skin and maintain its tone and is an excellent natural moisturizing agent because it enables better control of the skin's moisture.

It is recommended for skin prone to blackheads and acne because it significantly prevents their appearance and makes enlarged pores on the skin barely visible. It also reduces the appearance of stretch marks in pregnant women because it significantly affects the tightening and firming of tissues. It is excellent for the care of all skin types, especially for sensitive and dehydrated, even oily skin.

These three fantastic and 100% natural cold-pressed oils are available in our " SKIN package ", recommended by a phytotherapist. Ivo Bačlije

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Ivo Bačlija, herbalistapitherapist

+The information and statements are for educational purposes and should not replace your doctor's advice.

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