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Rosehip seed oil Organic 23 kg

Rosehip seed Organic oil Usage: Organic and natural cosmetics 100% Rosehip seed oil, organic, without any additives Botanical Name: Rosa rubiginosa (Rosa canina) Origin: Chile Production: Germany Other common names: rose hip oil, rosa mosqueta, rosa moscheta, rose musquée. Mode of production: mechanical pressing of the organic rosehip kernels then filtered. Ingredients: Rosehip oil is rich in omega 6 (50%) and omega 3 (30%) It also contains vitamins A, E and D Color: yellow-orange to red Odor: pleasant, characteristic of green and fresh seeds   Uses of Rosehip Oil: • Promotes healthy and vibrant skin. Rosehip oil is widely used in various skin care products. It helps fight the signs of aging and assists in diminishing photoaging. • Nourishes dry hair and prevents dandruff. Apply lukewarm rosehip oil onto your scalp, leave it on for an hour and then wash it out. • Keeps nails healthy. Massaging rosehip oil onto dry and brittle nails will hydrate them and make them strong. • Helps heal wounds and burns and removes scars. Rosehip oil can help speed up the healing of wounds and burns, while keeping the area hydrated. It also helps reduce the appearance of stretchmarks, age spots, scars and hyper-pigmentation. • Relieves sunburn. Apply rosehip oil to sunburn for a soothing and healing effect, while reducing inflammation. • Powerful anti-wrinkle. • Refreshing and revitalizing, it nourishes and softens the skin tissue. Uses: Rosehip oil is suitable for all skin types, especially dry, mature and irritated. It quickly penetrates and stimulates cell regeneration. It can be used pure as a supplement with a cream or in combination with other vegetable oils as Evening Primrose oil or Borage. Storage: Keep rosehip oil in a tightly closed container away from heat (temperature below 25 ° C), air and light.

CHF 2,235.00

Common Daisy Organic Oil macerate 50 ml

INCI (Botanical name): Bellis perennis Part used: Flowering Tops Synonyms: Bellis perennis L. Extraction method: Infusion of Common Daisy (Bellis perennis) flowers in Helianthus annuus (Sunflower) Seed Oil Origin: France Daisy is a very pretty little flower that grows in abundance on nearly every lawn in my neighborhood. Many people think that the good looks is all there is to this plant but this is far from the truth. Daisy is packed with beneficial ingredients such as flavonoids, saponins, tannins and essential oil, which makes it a great addition to homemade skin care products. It is good to add this oil in an under eye cream and in bruises reduction and swelling reduction ointment. Our organically crafted Common Daisy Oil is produced by low temperature maceration (solar-infusion) of the whole flowers of the Bellis perennis plant in organic cold pressed Sunflower Oil to extract its lipid soluble components. This exotic floral infusion is often used in aromatherapy blends for nourishing skin. Common Daisy flower oil is a soothing and restorative oil perfect for delicate skin. Daisy flower oil is great for treating all types of skin issues. Daisy macerated oil contains powerful antioxidants, moisturizes deeply, and is excellent for both skin and hair. It is also well-known known to restore firmness to the skin and promotes skin tone. Daisy Flower Oil used on its own is a wonderfully scented and healing moisturizer, or you can use it as a carrier for making essential oil blends, body butter, lip balms, perfumes, or massage oils. This is a cosmetic product and is meant for external use only. The power of daisy flower extract. Used as an ancient treatment, it’s potent in lightening dark spots as well … A bouquet of cheerful daisies can definitely brighten your day. Daisy oil can also brighten your skin. The daisy can also boost your skin’s beauty. Often referred to as Bellis perennis on ingredient labels, daisy flower extract is used in many skin care products, including astringents, whitening agents, toners, serums, lotions, ointments and poultices. How does daisy flower extract lighten the skin? Common Daisy flower extract contains a naturally-occurring substance called L-arbutin. This can help to lighten the skin. It may also help prevent or improve existing skin pigmentation problems. L-arbutin lightens the skin by interfering with pathways that lead to the formation of melanin or pigment, which is responsible for skin coloration. Exposure to the sun’s UV rays can trigger melanocytes or melanin-producing cells. Excessive exposure can cause overproduction of melanin, which leads to pigmentation or discoloration. This becomes obvious as we age. Daisy flower extract can block the formation of melanin, effectively preventing pigmentation or dark spots. Daisy flower extract is a safe, natural alternative for a common skin lightening chemical called hydroquinone. It is effective in skin whitening and improving pigmentation. However, hydroquinone can have adverse effects, especially when used for a long time. Other beneficial substances in daisy flower extract are antioxidants, malic, and tartaric acids (skin-firming natural acids). Common Daisy flower extract can help in case of the following issues. 1. Sunspots Sunspots occur due to prolonged exposure to the sun’s ultraviolet (UV) rays. They are brown, round, flat patches that usually appear on skin that gets regular sun exposure. You might find them on the nose, cheeks, forehead, ears, neck, upper lip, arms and back of the hands. Sunspots are terribly challenging to treat, especially if you can’t bear products with hydroquinone. The good thing is, products with daisy flower extract are known to be potent skin lighteners and they are safe to use. 2. Uneven skin tone Patchy skin (areas that are darker than others) can lead to uneven melanin buildup in the skin. When exposed to the sun, the areas of the skin with more melanin will darken more rapidly than other areas, resulting in uneven skin color. Daisy flower extract can naturally lighten these patches, helping to prevent the skin discolorations. 3. Premature wrinkles and sagging skin Frequent UV exposure leads to the damage of collagen fibers, scar tissue buildup, and interference of the creation of new collagen - essential for healthy, supple skin. As time goes by, your skin doesn’t spring back the way young skin does, thus wrinkling, drooping, and sagging begins. Using products containing daisy extract can help keep skin looking youthful. 4. Hydroquinone Intolerance If you react adversely to skin care products that contain hydroquinone or kojic acid, daisy flower extract is an excellent natural substitute. If you have allergies to plants or flowers, check with your doctor before using any new skincare product.

CHF 5.50

Common Daisy Organic Oil macerate 100 ml

INCI (Botanical name): Bellis perennis Part used: Flowering Tops Synonyms: Bellis perennis L. Extraction method: Infusion of Common Daisy (Bellis perennis) flowers in Helianthus annuus (Sunflower) Seed Oil Origin: France Daisy is a very pretty little flower that grows in abundance on nearly every lawn in my neighborhood. Many people think that the good looks is all there is to this plant but this is far from the truth. Daisy is packed with beneficial ingredients such as flavonoids, saponins, tannins and essential oil, which makes it a great addition to homemade skin care products. It is good to add this oil in an under eye cream and in bruises reduction and swelling reduction ointment. Our organically crafted Common Daisy Oil is produced by low temperature maceration (solar-infusion) of the whole flowers of the Bellis perennis plant in organic cold pressed Sunflower Oil to extract its lipid soluble components. This exotic floral infusion is often used in aromatherapy blends for nourishing skin. Common Daisy flower oil is a soothing and restorative oil perfect for delicate skin. Daisy flower oil is great for treating all types of skin issues. Daisy macerated oil contains powerful antioxidants, moisturizes deeply, and is excellent for both skin and hair. It is also well-known known to restore firmness to the skin and promotes skin tone. Daisy Flower Oil used on its own is a wonderfully scented and healing moisturizer, or you can use it as a carrier for making essential oil blends, body butter, lip balms, perfumes, or massage oils. This is a cosmetic product and is meant for external use only. The power of daisy flower extract. Used as an ancient treatment, it’s potent in lightening dark spots as well … A bouquet of cheerful daisies can definitely brighten your day. Daisy oil can also brighten your skin. The daisy can also boost your skin’s beauty. Often referred to as Bellis perennis on ingredient labels, daisy flower extract is used in many skin care products, including astringents, whitening agents, toners, serums, lotions, ointments and poultices. How does daisy flower extract lighten the skin? Common Daisy flower extract contains a naturally-occurring substance called L-arbutin. This can help to lighten the skin. It may also help prevent or improve existing skin pigmentation problems. L-arbutin lightens the skin by interfering with pathways that lead to the formation of melanin or pigment, which is responsible for skin coloration. Exposure to the sun’s UV rays can trigger melanocytes or melanin-producing cells. Excessive exposure can cause overproduction of melanin, which leads to pigmentation or discoloration. This becomes obvious as we age. Daisy flower extract can block the formation of melanin, effectively preventing pigmentation or dark spots. Daisy flower extract is a safe, natural alternative for a common skin lightening chemical called hydroquinone. It is effective in skin whitening and improving pigmentation. However, hydroquinone can have adverse effects, especially when used for a long time. Other beneficial substances in daisy flower extract are antioxidants, malic, and tartaric acids (skin-firming natural acids). Common Daisy flower extract can help in case of the following issues. 1. Sunspots Sunspots occur due to prolonged exposure to the sun’s ultraviolet (UV) rays. They are brown, round, flat patches that usually appear on skin that gets regular sun exposure. You might find them on the nose, cheeks, forehead, ears, neck, upper lip, arms and back of the hands. Sunspots are terribly challenging to treat, especially if you can’t bear products with hydroquinone. The good thing is, products with daisy flower extract are known to be potent skin lighteners and they are safe to use. 2. Uneven skin tone Patchy skin (areas that are darker than others) can lead to uneven melanin buildup in the skin. When exposed to the sun, the areas of the skin with more melanin will darken more rapidly than other areas, resulting in uneven skin color. Daisy flower extract can naturally lighten these patches, helping to prevent the skin discolorations. 3. Premature wrinkles and sagging skin Frequent UV exposure leads to the damage of collagen fibers, scar tissue buildup, and interference of the creation of new collagen - essential for healthy, supple skin. As time goes by, your skin doesn’t spring back the way young skin does, thus wrinkling, drooping, and sagging begins. Using products containing daisy extract can help keep skin looking youthful. 4. Hydroquinone Intolerance If you react adversely to skin care products that contain hydroquinone or kojic acid, daisy flower extract is an excellent natural substitute. If you have allergies to plants or flowers, check with your doctor before using any new skincare product.

CHF 10.00

Common Daisy Organic Oil macerate 250 ml

INCI (Botanical name): Bellis perennis Part used: Flowering Tops Synonyms: Bellis perennis L. Extraction method: Infusion of Common Daisy (Bellis perennis) flowers in Helianthus annuus (Sunflower) Seed Oil Origin: France Daisy is a very pretty little flower that grows in abundance on nearly every lawn in my neighborhood. Many people think that the good looks is all there is to this plant but this is far from the truth. Daisy is packed with beneficial ingredients such as flavonoids, saponins, tannins and essential oil, which makes it a great addition to homemade skin care products. It is good to add this oil in an under eye cream and in bruises reduction and swelling reduction ointment. Our organically crafted Common Daisy Oil is produced by low temperature maceration (solar-infusion) of the whole flowers of the Bellis perennis plant in organic cold pressed Sunflower Oil to extract its lipid soluble components. This exotic floral infusion is often used in aromatherapy blends for nourishing skin. Common Daisy flower oil is a soothing and restorative oil perfect for delicate skin. Daisy flower oil is great for treating all types of skin issues. Daisy macerated oil contains powerful antioxidants, moisturizes deeply, and is excellent for both skin and hair. It is also well-known known to restore firmness to the skin and promotes skin tone. Daisy Flower Oil used on its own is a wonderfully scented and healing moisturizer, or you can use it as a carrier for making essential oil blends, body butter, lip balms, perfumes, or massage oils. This is a cosmetic product and is meant for external use only. The power of daisy flower extract. Used as an ancient treatment, it’s potent in lightening dark spots as well … A bouquet of cheerful daisies can definitely brighten your day. Daisy oil can also brighten your skin. The daisy can also boost your skin’s beauty. Often referred to as Bellis perennis on ingredient labels, daisy flower extract is used in many skin care products, including astringents, whitening agents, toners, serums, lotions, ointments and poultices. How does daisy flower extract lighten the skin? Common Daisy flower extract contains a naturally-occurring substance called L-arbutin. This can help to lighten the skin. It may also help prevent or improve existing skin pigmentation problems. L-arbutin lightens the skin by interfering with pathways that lead to the formation of melanin or pigment, which is responsible for skin coloration. Exposure to the sun’s UV rays can trigger melanocytes or melanin-producing cells. Excessive exposure can cause overproduction of melanin, which leads to pigmentation or discoloration. This becomes obvious as we age. Daisy flower extract can block the formation of melanin, effectively preventing pigmentation or dark spots. Daisy flower extract is a safe, natural alternative for a common skin lightening chemical called hydroquinone. It is effective in skin whitening and improving pigmentation. However, hydroquinone can have adverse effects, especially when used for a long time. Other beneficial substances in daisy flower extract are antioxidants, malic, and tartaric acids (skin-firming natural acids). Common Daisy flower extract can help in case of the following issues. 1. Sunspots Sunspots occur due to prolonged exposure to the sun’s ultraviolet (UV) rays. They are brown, round, flat patches that usually appear on skin that gets regular sun exposure. You might find them on the nose, cheeks, forehead, ears, neck, upper lip, arms and back of the hands. Sunspots are terribly challenging to treat, especially if you can’t bear products with hydroquinone. The good thing is, products with daisy flower extract are known to be potent skin lighteners and they are safe to use. 2. Uneven skin tone Patchy skin (areas that are darker than others) can lead to uneven melanin buildup in the skin. When exposed to the sun, the areas of the skin with more melanin will darken more rapidly than other areas, resulting in uneven skin color. Daisy flower extract can naturally lighten these patches, helping to prevent the skin discolorations. 3. Premature wrinkles and sagging skin Frequent UV exposure leads to the damage of collagen fibers, scar tissue buildup, and interference of the creation of new collagen - essential for healthy, supple skin. As time goes by, your skin doesn’t spring back the way young skin does, thus wrinkling, drooping, and sagging begins. Using products containing daisy extract can help keep skin looking youthful. 4. Hydroquinone Intolerance If you react adversely to skin care products that contain hydroquinone or kojic acid, daisy flower extract is an excellent natural substitute. If you have allergies to plants or flowers, check with your doctor before using any new skincare product.

CHF 17.00

Common Daisy Organic Oil macerate 500 ml

INCI (Botanical name): Bellis perennis Part used: Flowering Tops Synonyms: Bellis perennis L. Extraction method: Infusion of Common Daisy (Bellis perennis) flowers in Helianthus annuus (Sunflower) Seed Oil Origin: France Daisy is a very pretty little flower that grows in abundance on nearly every lawn in my neighborhood. Many people think that the good looks is all there is to this plant but this is far from the truth. Daisy is packed with beneficial ingredients such as flavonoids, saponins, tannins and essential oil, which makes it a great addition to homemade skin care products. It is good to add this oil in an under eye cream and in bruises reduction and swelling reduction ointment. Our organically crafted Common Daisy Oil is produced by low temperature maceration (solar-infusion) of the whole flowers of the Bellis perennis plant in organic cold pressed Sunflower Oil to extract its lipid soluble components. This exotic floral infusion is often used in aromatherapy blends for nourishing skin. Common Daisy flower oil is a soothing and restorative oil perfect for delicate skin. Daisy flower oil is great for treating all types of skin issues. Daisy macerated oil contains powerful antioxidants, moisturizes deeply, and is excellent for both skin and hair. It is also well-known known to restore firmness to the skin and promotes skin tone. Daisy Flower Oil used on its own is a wonderfully scented and healing moisturizer, or you can use it as a carrier for making essential oil blends, body butter, lip balms, perfumes, or massage oils. This is a cosmetic product and is meant for external use only. The power of daisy flower extract. Used as an ancient treatment, it’s potent in lightening dark spots as well … A bouquet of cheerful daisies can definitely brighten your day. Daisy oil can also brighten your skin. The daisy can also boost your skin’s beauty. Often referred to as Bellis perennis on ingredient labels, daisy flower extract is used in many skin care products, including astringents, whitening agents, toners, serums, lotions, ointments and poultices. How does daisy flower extract lighten the skin? Common Daisy flower extract contains a naturally-occurring substance called L-arbutin. This can help to lighten the skin. It may also help prevent or improve existing skin pigmentation problems. L-arbutin lightens the skin by interfering with pathways that lead to the formation of melanin or pigment, which is responsible for skin coloration. Exposure to the sun’s UV rays can trigger melanocytes or melanin-producing cells. Excessive exposure can cause overproduction of melanin, which leads to pigmentation or discoloration. This becomes obvious as we age. Daisy flower extract can block the formation of melanin, effectively preventing pigmentation or dark spots. Daisy flower extract is a safe, natural alternative for a common skin lightening chemical called hydroquinone. It is effective in skin whitening and improving pigmentation. However, hydroquinone can have adverse effects, especially when used for a long time. Other beneficial substances in daisy flower extract are antioxidants, malic, and tartaric acids (skin-firming natural acids). Common Daisy flower extract can help in case of the following issues. 1. Sunspots Sunspots occur due to prolonged exposure to the sun’s ultraviolet (UV) rays. They are brown, round, flat patches that usually appear on skin that gets regular sun exposure. You might find them on the nose, cheeks, forehead, ears, neck, upper lip, arms and back of the hands. Sunspots are terribly challenging to treat, especially if you can’t bear products with hydroquinone. The good thing is, products with daisy flower extract are known to be potent skin lighteners and they are safe to use. 2. Uneven skin tone Patchy skin (areas that are darker than others) can lead to uneven melanin buildup in the skin. When exposed to the sun, the areas of the skin with more melanin will darken more rapidly than other areas, resulting in uneven skin color. Daisy flower extract can naturally lighten these patches, helping to prevent the skin discolorations. 3. Premature wrinkles and sagging skin Frequent UV exposure leads to the damage of collagen fibers, scar tissue buildup, and interference of the creation of new collagen - essential for healthy, supple skin. As time goes by, your skin doesn’t spring back the way young skin does, thus wrinkling, drooping, and sagging begins. Using products containing daisy extract can help keep skin looking youthful. 4. Hydroquinone Intolerance If you react adversely to skin care products that contain hydroquinone or kojic acid, daisy flower extract is an excellent natural substitute. If you have allergies to plants or flowers, check with your doctor before using any new skincare product.

CHF 33.00

Common Daisy Organic Oil macerate 1 lt

INCI (Botanical name): Bellis perennis Part used: Flowering Tops Synonyms: Bellis perennis L. Extraction method: Infusion of Common Daisy (Bellis perennis) flowers in Helianthus annuus (Sunflower) Seed Oil Origin: France Daisy is a very pretty little flower that grows in abundance on nearly every lawn in my neighborhood. Many people think that the good looks is all there is to this plant but this is far from the truth. Daisy is packed with beneficial ingredients such as flavonoids, saponins, tannins and essential oil, which makes it a great addition to homemade skin care products. It is good to add this oil in an under eye cream and in bruises reduction and swelling reduction ointment. Our organically crafted Common Daisy Oil is produced by low temperature maceration (solar-infusion) of the whole flowers of the Bellis perennis plant in organic cold pressed Sunflower Oil to extract its lipid soluble components. This exotic floral infusion is often used in aromatherapy blends for nourishing skin. Common Daisy flower oil is a soothing and restorative oil perfect for delicate skin. Daisy flower oil is great for treating all types of skin issues. Daisy macerated oil contains powerful antioxidants, moisturizes deeply, and is excellent for both skin and hair. It is also well-known known to restore firmness to the skin and promotes skin tone. Daisy Flower Oil used on its own is a wonderfully scented and healing moisturizer, or you can use it as a carrier for making essential oil blends, body butter, lip balms, perfumes, or massage oils. This is a cosmetic product and is meant for external use only. The power of daisy flower extract. Used as an ancient treatment, it’s potent in lightening dark spots as well … A bouquet of cheerful daisies can definitely brighten your day. Daisy oil can also brighten your skin. The daisy can also boost your skin’s beauty. Often referred to as Bellis perennis on ingredient labels, daisy flower extract is used in many skin care products, including astringents, whitening agents, toners, serums, lotions, ointments and poultices. How does daisy flower extract lighten the skin? Common Daisy flower extract contains a naturally-occurring substance called L-arbutin. This can help to lighten the skin. It may also help prevent or improve existing skin pigmentation problems. L-arbutin lightens the skin by interfering with pathways that lead to the formation of melanin or pigment, which is responsible for skin coloration. Exposure to the sun’s UV rays can trigger melanocytes or melanin-producing cells. Excessive exposure can cause overproduction of melanin, which leads to pigmentation or discoloration. This becomes obvious as we age. Daisy flower extract can block the formation of melanin, effectively preventing pigmentation or dark spots. Daisy flower extract is a safe, natural alternative for a common skin lightening chemical called hydroquinone. It is effective in skin whitening and improving pigmentation. However, hydroquinone can have adverse effects, especially when used for a long time. Other beneficial substances in daisy flower extract are antioxidants, malic, and tartaric acids (skin-firming natural acids). Common Daisy flower extract can help in case of the following issues. 1. Sunspots Sunspots occur due to prolonged exposure to the sun’s ultraviolet (UV) rays. They are brown, round, flat patches that usually appear on skin that gets regular sun exposure. You might find them on the nose, cheeks, forehead, ears, neck, upper lip, arms and back of the hands. Sunspots are terribly challenging to treat, especially if you can’t bear products with hydroquinone. The good thing is, products with daisy flower extract are known to be potent skin lighteners and they are safe to use. 2. Uneven skin tone Patchy skin (areas that are darker than others) can lead to uneven melanin buildup in the skin. When exposed to the sun, the areas of the skin with more melanin will darken more rapidly than other areas, resulting in uneven skin color. Daisy flower extract can naturally lighten these patches, helping to prevent the skin discolorations. 3. Premature wrinkles and sagging skin Frequent UV exposure leads to the damage of collagen fibers, scar tissue buildup, and interference of the creation of new collagen - essential for healthy, supple skin. As time goes by, your skin doesn’t spring back the way young skin does, thus wrinkling, drooping, and sagging begins. Using products containing daisy extract can help keep skin looking youthful. 4. Hydroquinone Intolerance If you react adversely to skin care products that contain hydroquinone or kojic acid, daisy flower extract is an excellent natural substitute. If you have allergies to plants or flowers, check with your doctor before using any new skincare product.

CHF 50.00

Common Daisy Organic Oil macerate 2.5 kg

INCI (Botanical name): Bellis perennis Part used: Flowering Tops Synonyms: Bellis perennis L. Extraction method: Infusion of Common Daisy (Bellis perennis) flowers in Helianthus annuus (Sunflower) Seed Oil Origin: France Daisy is a very pretty little flower that grows in abundance on nearly every lawn in my neighborhood. Many people think that the good looks is all there is to this plant but this is far from the truth. Daisy is packed with beneficial ingredients such as flavonoids, saponins, tannins and essential oil, which makes it a great addition to homemade skin care products. It is good to add this oil in an under eye cream and in bruises reduction and swelling reduction ointment. Our organically crafted Common Daisy Oil is produced by low temperature maceration (solar-infusion) of the whole flowers of the Bellis perennis plant in organic cold pressed Sunflower Oil to extract its lipid soluble components. This exotic floral infusion is often used in aromatherapy blends for nourishing skin. Common Daisy flower oil is a soothing and restorative oil perfect for delicate skin. Daisy flower oil is great for treating all types of skin issues. Daisy macerated oil contains powerful antioxidants, moisturizes deeply, and is excellent for both skin and hair. It is also well-known known to restore firmness to the skin and promotes skin tone. Daisy Flower Oil used on its own is a wonderfully scented and healing moisturizer, or you can use it as a carrier for making essential oil blends, body butter, lip balms, perfumes, or massage oils. This is a cosmetic product and is meant for external use only. The power of daisy flower extract. Used as an ancient treatment, it’s potent in lightening dark spots as well … A bouquet of cheerful daisies can definitely brighten your day. Daisy oil can also brighten your skin. The daisy can also boost your skin’s beauty. Often referred to as Bellis perennis on ingredient labels, daisy flower extract is used in many skin care products, including astringents, whitening agents, toners, serums, lotions, ointments and poultices. How does daisy flower extract lighten the skin? Common Daisy flower extract contains a naturally-occurring substance called L-arbutin. This can help to lighten the skin. It may also help prevent or improve existing skin pigmentation problems. L-arbutin lightens the skin by interfering with pathways that lead to the formation of melanin or pigment, which is responsible for skin coloration. Exposure to the sun’s UV rays can trigger melanocytes or melanin-producing cells. Excessive exposure can cause overproduction of melanin, which leads to pigmentation or discoloration. This becomes obvious as we age. Daisy flower extract can block the formation of melanin, effectively preventing pigmentation or dark spots. Daisy flower extract is a safe, natural alternative for a common skin lightening chemical called hydroquinone. It is effective in skin whitening and improving pigmentation. However, hydroquinone can have adverse effects, especially when used for a long time. Other beneficial substances in daisy flower extract are antioxidants, malic, and tartaric acids (skin-firming natural acids). Common Daisy flower extract can help in case of the following issues. 1. Sunspots Sunspots occur due to prolonged exposure to the sun’s ultraviolet (UV) rays. They are brown, round, flat patches that usually appear on skin that gets regular sun exposure. You might find them on the nose, cheeks, forehead, ears, neck, upper lip, arms and back of the hands. Sunspots are terribly challenging to treat, especially if you can’t bear products with hydroquinone. The good thing is, products with daisy flower extract are known to be potent skin lighteners and they are safe to use. 2. Uneven skin tone Patchy skin (areas that are darker than others) can lead to uneven melanin buildup in the skin. When exposed to the sun, the areas of the skin with more melanin will darken more rapidly than other areas, resulting in uneven skin color. Daisy flower extract can naturally lighten these patches, helping to prevent the skin discolorations. 3. Premature wrinkles and sagging skin Frequent UV exposure leads to the damage of collagen fibers, scar tissue buildup, and interference of the creation of new collagen - essential for healthy, supple skin. As time goes by, your skin doesn’t spring back the way young skin does, thus wrinkling, drooping, and sagging begins. Using products containing daisy extract can help keep skin looking youthful. 4. Hydroquinone Intolerance If you react adversely to skin care products that contain hydroquinone or kojic acid, daisy flower extract is an excellent natural substitute. If you have allergies to plants or flowers, check with your doctor before using any new skincare product.

CHF 115.00

Common Daisy Organic Oil macerate 4.5 kg

Daisy flower Organic Oil macerate INCI (Botanical name): Bellis perennis Part used: Flowering Tops Synonyms: Bellis perennis L. Extraction method: Infusion of Common Daisy (Bellis perennis) flowers in Helianthus annuus (Sunflower) Seed Oil Origin: France Daisy is a very pretty little flower that grows in abundance on nearly every lawn in my neighborhood. Many people think that the good looks is all there is to this plant but this is far from the truth. Daisy is packed with beneficial ingredients such as flavonoids, saponins, tannins and essential oil, which makes it a great addition to homemade skin care products. It is good to add this oil in an under eye cream and in bruises reduction and swelling reduction ointment. Our organically crafted Common Daisy Oil is produced by low temperature maceration (solar-infusion) of the whole flowers of the Bellis perennis plant in organic cold pressed Sunflower Oil to extract its lipid soluble components. This exotic floral infusion is often used in aromatherapy blends for nourishing skin. Common Daisy flower oil is a soothing and restorative oil perfect for delicate skin. Daisy flower oil is great for treating all types of skin issues. Daisy macerated oil contains powerful antioxidants, moisturizes deeply, and is excellent for both skin and hair. It is also well-known known to restore firmness to the skin and promotes skin tone. Daisy Flower Oil used on its own is a wonderfully scented and healing moisturizer, or you can use it as a carrier for making essential oil blends, body butter, lip balms, perfumes, or massage oils. This is a cosmetic product and is meant for external use only. The power of daisy flower extract. Used as an ancient treatment, it’s potent in lightening dark spots as well … A bouquet of cheerful daisies can definitely brighten your day. Daisy oil can also brighten your skin. The daisy can also boost your skin’s beauty. Often referred to as Bellis perennis on ingredient labels, daisy flower extract is used in many skin care products, including astringents, whitening agents, toners, serums, lotions, ointments and poultices. How does daisy flower extract lighten the skin? Common Daisy flower extract contains a naturally-occurring substance called L-arbutin. This can help to lighten the skin. It may also help prevent or improve existing skin pigmentation problems. L-arbutin lightens the skin by interfering with pathways that lead to the formation of melanin or pigment, which is responsible for skin coloration. Exposure to the sun’s UV rays can trigger melanocytes or melanin-producing cells. Excessive exposure can cause overproduction of melanin, which leads to pigmentation or discoloration. This becomes obvious as we age. Daisy flower extract can block the formation of melanin, effectively preventing pigmentation or dark spots. Daisy flower extract is a safe, natural alternative for a common skin lightening chemical called hydroquinone. It is effective in skin whitening and improving pigmentation. However, hydroquinone can have adverse effects, especially when used for a long time. Other beneficial substances in daisy flower extract are antioxidants, malic, and tartaric acids (skin-firming natural acids). Common Daisy flower extract can help in case of the following issues. 1. Sunspots Sunspots occur due to prolonged exposure to the sun’s ultraviolet (UV) rays. They are brown, round, flat patches that usually appear on skin that gets regular sun exposure. You might find them on the nose, cheeks, forehead, ears, neck, upper lip, arms and back of the hands. Sunspots are terribly challenging to treat, especially if you can’t bear products with hydroquinone. The good thing is, products with daisy flower extract are known to be potent skin lighteners and they are safe to use. 2. Uneven skin tone Patchy skin (areas that are darker than others) can lead to uneven melanin buildup in the skin. When exposed to the sun, the areas of the skin with more melanin will darken more rapidly than other areas, resulting in uneven skin color. Daisy flower extract can naturally lighten these patches, helping to prevent the skin discolorations. 3. Premature wrinkles and sagging skin Frequent UV exposure leads to the damage of collagen fibers, scar tissue buildup, and interference of the creation of new collagen - essential for healthy, supple skin. As time goes by, your skin doesn’t spring back the way young skin does, thus wrinkling, drooping, and sagging begins. Using products containing daisy extract can help keep skin looking youthful. 4. Hydroquinone Intolerance If you react adversely to skin care products that contain hydroquinone or kojic acid, daisy flower extract is an excellent natural substitute. If you have allergies to plants or flowers, check with your doctor before using any new skincare product.

CHF 185.00

Common Daisy Organic Oil macerate 9 kg

INCI (Botanical name): Bellis perennis Part used: Flowering Tops Synonyms: Bellis perennis L. Extraction method: Infusion of Common Daisy (Bellis perennis) flowers in Helianthus annuus (Sunflower) Seed Oil Origin: France Daisy is a very pretty little flower that grows in abundance on nearly every lawn in my neighborhood. Many people think that the good looks is all there is to this plant but this is far from the truth. Daisy is packed with beneficial ingredients such as flavonoids, saponins, tannins and essential oil, which makes it a great addition to homemade skin care products. It is good to add this oil in an under eye cream and in bruises reduction and swelling reduction ointment. Our organically crafted Common Daisy Oil is produced by low temperature maceration (solar-infusion) of the whole flowers of the Bellis perennis plant in organic cold pressed Sunflower Oil to extract its lipid soluble components. This exotic floral infusion is often used in aromatherapy blends for nourishing skin. Common Daisy flower oil is a soothing and restorative oil perfect for delicate skin. Daisy flower oil is great for treating all types of skin issues. Daisy macerated oil contains powerful antioxidants, moisturizes deeply, and is excellent for both skin and hair. It is also well-known known to restore firmness to the skin and promotes skin tone. Daisy Flower Oil used on its own is a wonderfully scented and healing moisturizer, or you can use it as a carrier for making essential oil blends, body butter, lip balms, perfumes, or massage oils. This is a cosmetic product and is meant for external use only. The power of daisy flower extract. Used as an ancient treatment, it’s potent in lightening dark spots as well … A bouquet of cheerful daisies can definitely brighten your day. Daisy oil can also brighten your skin. The daisy can also boost your skin’s beauty. Often referred to as Bellis perennis on ingredient labels, daisy flower extract is used in many skin care products, including astringents, whitening agents, toners, serums, lotions, ointments and poultices. How does daisy flower extract lighten the skin? Common Daisy flower extract contains a naturally-occurring substance called L-arbutin. This can help to lighten the skin. It may also help prevent or improve existing skin pigmentation problems. L-arbutin lightens the skin by interfering with pathways that lead to the formation of melanin or pigment, which is responsible for skin coloration. Exposure to the sun’s UV rays can trigger melanocytes or melanin-producing cells. Excessive exposure can cause overproduction of melanin, which leads to pigmentation or discoloration. This becomes obvious as we age. Daisy flower extract can block the formation of melanin, effectively preventing pigmentation or dark spots. Daisy flower extract is a safe, natural alternative for a common skin lightening chemical called hydroquinone. It is effective in skin whitening and improving pigmentation. However, hydroquinone can have adverse effects, especially when used for a long time. Other beneficial substances in daisy flower extract are antioxidants, malic, and tartaric acids (skin-firming natural acids). Common Daisy flower extract can help in case of the following issues. 1. Sunspots Sunspots occur due to prolonged exposure to the sun’s ultraviolet (UV) rays. They are brown, round, flat patches that usually appear on skin that gets regular sun exposure. You might find them on the nose, cheeks, forehead, ears, neck, upper lip, arms and back of the hands. Sunspots are terribly challenging to treat, especially if you can’t bear products with hydroquinone. The good thing is, products with daisy flower extract are known to be potent skin lighteners and they are safe to use. 2. Uneven skin tone Patchy skin (areas that are darker than others) can lead to uneven melanin buildup in the skin. When exposed to the sun, the areas of the skin with more melanin will darken more rapidly than other areas, resulting in uneven skin color. Daisy flower extract can naturally lighten these patches, helping to prevent the skin discolorations. 3. Premature wrinkles and sagging skin Frequent UV exposure leads to the damage of collagen fibers, scar tissue buildup, and interference of the creation of new collagen - essential for healthy, supple skin. As time goes by, your skin doesn’t spring back the way young skin does, thus wrinkling, drooping, and sagging begins. Using products containing daisy extract can help keep skin looking youthful. 4. Hydroquinone Intolerance If you react adversely to skin care products that contain hydroquinone or kojic acid, daisy flower extract is an excellent natural substitute. If you have allergies to plants or flowers, check with your doctor before using any new skincare product.

CHF 350.00

Glass roller bottle 10 ml

Recommended Use: Easy and effective way to enjoy your favorite blend. Description: 10 ml glass roller bottle with black cap. Amber glass bottle, size 10 ml, material amber glass, bottle diameter 16 ml, height 75 mm, neck diameter 13 mm.

CHF 1.20

Beeswax yellow Organic 10 kg

Beeswax yellow Organic (Pastille) INCI: Cera flava Origin: Australia Our organically crafted beeswax hail from the beautiful country Australia. The surrounding fields where these happy bees live are in their natural states and unsprayed.  This beeswax is unrefined, lightly filtered, pure, and natural! It is a rich, golden color and divinely aromatic, with hints of sweet honey. It smells heavenly! Our yellow Organic beeswax pastilles are just the right size to melt quickly. They can be used as a base for creams, balms, salves, and lotions. The more beeswax you add, the thicker your product will be. Beeswax is also popular for candles, where people often add a few drops of essential oils to make their preferred aromas. The possibilities are limitless! Beeswax comes in many different qualities, and ours is first-class. Our beeswax has a very stable chemical make-up and its properties stay consistent over time. It is also resistant to natural oxidization so it lasts a very long time. Beeswax comes in many different qualities, and ours is first-class. Our beeswax has a very stable chemical make-up and its properties stay consistent over time. It is also resistant to natural oxidization so it lasts a very long time.

CHF 350.00

Oregano essential oil Organic 50 ml

Origanum vulgare – Spain The name Oregano is derived from the Ancient Greek terms “oros” and “ganos.” Together, they mean “joy of the mountains.” The closest relative to oregano is sweet marjoram. However, the compositions of essential oils are fundamentally different, with virtually no points of contact. If marjoram oil is an excellent antispasmodic, then oregano oil is a powerful antiseptic that requires increased accuracy in handling. Oregano essential oil is steam distilled from the leaves of the Oregano herb, which are covered with glandular trichomes that cover the aerial parts of the plant. Trichomes are the plant’s defense mechanism and, as well as the possibility of being glandular, they can also be hair-like. Trichomes that are glandular contain the volatile essential oils and may also release an adhesive substance that captures insects. They may also contain toxic constituents that are shed when the gland is ruptured. Approximately 200 lbs. of Oregano herb are required to produce 2 lbs. of the essential oil. The oil is a thin, dark liquid. The aroma is powerful, grassy, fresh, spicy, piercing, warming, and bitter. Psycho-emotional properties Stimulating, tonic nervous system. With general fatigue and asthenia. It makes you feel good. Used in cosmetics, Oregano essential oil is known to have antioxidant activity that fights the look of aging, which results in skin that looks clear and smooth. It can also soothe throat irritation to suppress coughing fits. The calming and relaxing effects of this sedative oil make it an effective sleep aid when diffused in the bedroom. When used in aromatherapy, Oregano Oil’s fragrance is inhaled and scent receptors in the brain’s emotional powerhouse process the smell as calming, allowing the brain and body to relax. Similarly, a few drops smoothed onto a pillow may promote the faster onset of sleep. Diffusing Oregano oil can reduce symptoms of cold and cough when inhaled deeply due to its expectorant properties. Individuals suffering from nasal congestion due to cough and cold may find that mucus buildup is loosening and is dispelled much easier when blowing the nose. By placing a couple of drops in a steaming bowl of hot water and leaning over it for a few minutes to inhale the aromatic vapors with a towel draped over the head and the bowl, Oregano oil can be used to clear up a sinus infection. Alternatively, 1-2 drops of Oregano essential oil can be added to a clean, dry handkerchief and the aroma can be inhaled. Used topically, Oregano oil can improve skin conditions. It can neutralize the general discomforts of insect stings and bites. Oregano oil diluted with any other hair oil of personal preference can be gently rubbed into the scalp. Diluting Oregano essential oil with a carrier oil such as coconut oil makes a moisturizing leave-in conditioner that can be used on the scalp after washing and conditioning the hair. Blending Oregano essential oil with shampoo can also work effectively to remove dandruff. Home use For a natural yet powerful antiseptic home cleaning agent, Oregano Oil can be blended with Lemon Essential Oil and shaken inside a spray bottle before being put to use as a surface cleaner. When sprayed along the wall bases and inside dark corners of a home, it can effectively keep away ants and cockroaches. By mixing the oil with water and spraying it in humid areas around the home, such as the shower, it can prevent fungus and mold from developing. Application methods 1. Rubbing the feet, chest, back: add to 15 ml of the base (base oil) 1 drop of essential oil of oregano + 1 - 2 drops of softer oils, such as tea tree, lavender or frankincense. 2. Aroma lamps: 1 drop per 15 square meters (pre-fill the lamp with water, add essential oil and light a candle). 3. Enrichment of cosmetic creams: 1 drop of essential oil per 50 ml. Enter at the end of cooking, in an emulsion cooled to 40 degrees. 4. Enrichment of oil mixtures for care: 1 drop per 10 ml of base oils. Combination with other essential oils Anise, orange, basil, bergamot, geranium, grapefruit, cedar, cypress, cinnamon, lavender, lime, lemongrass, lemon, may chang, francincense, mint, neroli, palmarosa, petitgrain, rosemary, chamomile, pine, thyme, fennel, citronella, tea tree, eucalyptus. Warnings It should only be used in dilution, as it may cause skin irritation when applied directly. It should never be used around the eyes, inner nose, or any sensitive areas of skin. A skin test is recommended prior to use. This can be done by diluting the essential oil in a carrier oil and applying a small amount to a small area of skin that is not sensitive. Forbidden during pregnancy and breastfeeding. It has an embryotoxic effect. Do not use for children under 10 years. Important: essential oils are highly concentrated vegetable essences, so they require dilution with carrier vegetable oils. Presentation: Amber glass bottles, self-adhesive dropper with internal cone. Our products and our website are inspected by SAAV: https://www.fr.ch/de/lsvw In accordance with the laws of Switzerland, since we are certified as a company selling cosmetic products, we have no right to mention the food quality of our products, as well as their medical properties. That is why in our product descriptions only its cosmetic properties are mentioned.

CHF 61.50

Oregano essential oil Organic 30 ml

Origanum vulgare – Spain The name Oregano is derived from the Ancient Greek terms “oros” and “ganos.” Together, they mean “joy of the mountains.” The closest relative to oregano is sweet marjoram. However, the compositions of essential oils are fundamentally different, with virtually no points of contact. If marjoram oil is an excellent antispasmodic, then oregano oil is a powerful antiseptic that requires increased accuracy in handling. Oregano essential oil is steam distilled from the leaves of the Oregano herb, which are covered with glandular trichomes that cover the aerial parts of the plant. Trichomes are the plant’s defense mechanism and, as well as the possibility of being glandular, they can also be hair-like. Trichomes that are glandular contain the volatile essential oils and may also release an adhesive substance that captures insects. They may also contain toxic constituents that are shed when the gland is ruptured. Approximately 200 lbs. of Oregano herb are required to produce 2 lbs. of the essential oil. The oil is a thin, dark liquid. The aroma is powerful, grassy, fresh, spicy, piercing, warming, and bitter. Psycho-emotional properties Stimulating, tonic nervous system. With general fatigue and asthenia. It makes you feel good. Used in cosmetics, Oregano essential oil is known to have antioxidant activity that fights the look of aging, which results in skin that looks clear and smooth. It can also soothe throat irritation to suppress coughing fits. The calming and relaxing effects of this sedative oil make it an effective sleep aid when diffused in the bedroom. When used in aromatherapy, Oregano Oil’s fragrance is inhaled and scent receptors in the brain’s emotional powerhouse process the smell as calming, allowing the brain and body to relax. Similarly, a few drops smoothed onto a pillow may promote the faster onset of sleep. Diffusing Oregano oil can reduce symptoms of cold and cough when inhaled deeply due to its expectorant properties. Individuals suffering from nasal congestion due to cough and cold may find that mucus buildup is loosening and is dispelled much easier when blowing the nose. By placing a couple of drops in a steaming bowl of hot water and leaning over it for a few minutes to inhale the aromatic vapors with a towel draped over the head and the bowl, Oregano oil can be used to clear up a sinus infection. Alternatively, 1-2 drops of Oregano essential oil can be added to a clean, dry handkerchief and the aroma can be inhaled. Used topically, Oregano oil can improve skin conditions. It can neutralize the general discomforts of insect stings and bites. Oregano oil diluted with any other hair oil of personal preference can be gently rubbed into the scalp. Diluting Oregano essential oil with a carrier oil such as coconut oil makes a moisturizing leave-in conditioner that can be used on the scalp after washing and conditioning the hair. Blending Oregano essential oil with shampoo can also work effectively to remove dandruff. Home use For a natural yet powerful antiseptic home cleaning agent, Oregano Oil can be blended with Lemon Essential Oil and shaken inside a spray bottle before being put to use as a surface cleaner. When sprayed along the wall bases and inside dark corners of a home, it can effectively keep away ants and cockroaches. By mixing the oil with water and spraying it in humid areas around the home, such as the shower, it can prevent fungus and mold from developing. Application methods 1. Rubbing the feet, chest, back: add to 15 ml of the base (base oil) 1 drop of essential oil of oregano + 1 - 2 drops of softer oils, such as tea tree, lavender or frankincense. 2. Aroma lamps: 1 drop per 15 square meters (pre-fill the lamp with water, add essential oil and light a candle). 3. Enrichment of cosmetic creams: 1 drop of essential oil per 50 ml. Enter at the end of cooking, in an emulsion cooled to 40 degrees. 4. Enrichment of oil mixtures for care: 1 drop per 10 ml of base oils. Combination with other essential oils Anise, orange, basil, bergamot, geranium, grapefruit, cedar, cypress, cinnamon, lavender, lime, lemongrass, lemon, may chang, francincense, mint, neroli, palmarosa, petitgrain, rosemary, chamomile, pine, thyme, fennel, citronella, tea tree, eucalyptus. Warnings It should only be used in dilution, as it may cause skin irritation when applied directly. It should never be used around the eyes, inner nose, or any sensitive areas of skin. A skin test is recommended prior to use. This can be done by diluting the essential oil in a carrier oil and applying a small amount to a small area of skin that is not sensitive. Forbidden during pregnancy and breastfeeding. It has an embryotoxic effect. Do not use for children under 10 years. Important: essential oils are highly concentrated vegetable essences, so they require dilution with carrier vegetable oils. Presentation: Amber glass bottles, self-adhesive dropper with internal cone. Our products and our website are inspected by SAAV: https://www.fr.ch/de/lsvw In accordance with the laws of Switzerland, since we are certified as a company selling cosmetic products, we have no right to mention the food quality of our products, as well as their medical properties. That is why in our product descriptions only its cosmetic properties are mentioned.

CHF 40.00

Oregano essential oil Organic 10 ml

Origanum vulgare – Spain The name Oregano is derived from the Ancient Greek terms “oros” and “ganos.” Together, they mean “joy of the mountains.” The closest relative to oregano is sweet marjoram. However, the compositions of essential oils are fundamentally different, with virtually no points of contact. If marjoram oil is an excellent antispasmodic, then oregano oil is a powerful antiseptic that requires increased accuracy in handling. Oregano essential oil is steam distilled from the leaves of the Oregano herb, which are covered with glandular trichomes that cover the aerial parts of the plant. Trichomes are the plant’s defense mechanism and, as well as the possibility of being glandular, they can also be hair-like. Trichomes that are glandular contain the volatile essential oils and may also release an adhesive substance that captures insects. They may also contain toxic constituents that are shed when the gland is ruptured. Approximately 200 lbs. of Oregano herb are required to produce 2 lbs. of the essential oil. The oil is a thin, dark liquid. The aroma is powerful, grassy, fresh, spicy, piercing, warming, and bitter. Psycho-emotional properties Stimulating, tonic nervous system. With general fatigue and asthenia. It makes you feel good. Used in cosmetics, Oregano essential oil is known to have antioxidant activity that fights the look of aging, which results in skin that looks clear and smooth. It can also soothe throat irritation to suppress coughing fits. The calming and relaxing effects of this sedative oil make it an effective sleep aid when diffused in the bedroom. When used in aromatherapy, Oregano Oil’s fragrance is inhaled and scent receptors in the brain’s emotional powerhouse process the smell as calming, allowing the brain and body to relax. Similarly, a few drops smoothed onto a pillow may promote the faster onset of sleep. Diffusing Oregano oil can reduce symptoms of cold and cough when inhaled deeply due to its expectorant properties. Individuals suffering from nasal congestion due to cough and cold may find that mucus buildup is loosening and is dispelled much easier when blowing the nose. By placing a couple of drops in a steaming bowl of hot water and leaning over it for a few minutes to inhale the aromatic vapors with a towel draped over the head and the bowl, Oregano oil can be used to clear up a sinus infection. Alternatively, 1-2 drops of Oregano essential oil can be added to a clean, dry handkerchief and the aroma can be inhaled. Used topically, Oregano oil can improve skin conditions. It can neutralize the general discomforts of insect stings and bites. Oregano oil diluted with any other hair oil of personal preference can be gently rubbed into the scalp. Diluting Oregano essential oil with a carrier oil such as coconut oil makes a moisturizing leave-in conditioner that can be used on the scalp after washing and conditioning the hair. Blending Oregano essential oil with shampoo can also work effectively to remove dandruff. Home use For a natural yet powerful antiseptic home cleaning agent, Oregano Oil can be blended with Lemon Essential Oil and shaken inside a spray bottle before being put to use as a surface cleaner. When sprayed along the wall bases and inside dark corners of a home, it can effectively keep away ants and cockroaches. By mixing the oil with water and spraying it in humid areas around the home, such as the shower, it can prevent fungus and mold from developing. Application methods 1. Rubbing the feet, chest, back: add to 15 ml of the base (base oil) 1 drop of essential oil of oregano + 1 - 2 drops of softer oils, such as tea tree, lavender or frankincense. 2. Aroma lamps: 1 drop per 15 square meters (pre-fill the lamp with water, add essential oil and light a candle). 3. Enrichment of cosmetic creams: 1 drop of essential oil per 50 ml. Enter at the end of cooking, in an emulsion cooled to 40 degrees. 4. Enrichment of oil mixtures for care: 1 drop per 10 ml of base oils. Combination with other essential oils Anise, orange, basil, bergamot, geranium, grapefruit, cedar, cypress, cinnamon, lavender, lime, lemongrass, lemon, may chang, francincense, mint, neroli, palmarosa, petitgrain, rosemary, chamomile, pine, thyme, fennel, citronella, tea tree, eucalyptus. Warnings It should only be used in dilution, as it may cause skin irritation when applied directly. It should never be used around the eyes, inner nose, or any sensitive areas of skin. A skin test is recommended prior to use. This can be done by diluting the essential oil in a carrier oil and applying a small amount to a small area of skin that is not sensitive. Forbidden during pregnancy and breastfeeding. It has an embryotoxic effect. Do not use for children under 10 years. Important: essential oils are highly concentrated vegetable essences, so they require dilution with carrier vegetable oils. Presentation: Amber glass bottles, self-adhesive dropper with internal cone. Our products and our website are inspected by SAAV: https://www.fr.ch/de/lsvw In accordance with the laws of Switzerland, since we are certified as a company selling cosmetic products, we have no right to mention the food quality of our products, as well as their medical properties. That is why in our product descriptions only its cosmetic properties are mentioned.

CHF 15.00

Oregano essential oil Organic 100 ml

Origanum vulgare – Spain The name Oregano is derived from the Ancient Greek terms “oros” and “ganos.” Together, they mean “joy of the mountains.” The closest relative to oregano is sweet marjoram. However, the compositions of essential oils are fundamentally different, with virtually no points of contact. If marjoram oil is an excellent antispasmodic, then oregano oil is a powerful antiseptic that requires increased accuracy in handling. Oregano essential oil is steam distilled from the leaves of the Oregano herb, which are covered with glandular trichomes that cover the aerial parts of the plant. Trichomes are the plant’s defense mechanism and, as well as the possibility of being glandular, they can also be hair-like. Trichomes that are glandular contain the volatile essential oils and may also release an adhesive substance that captures insects. They may also contain toxic constituents that are shed when the gland is ruptured. Approximately 200 lbs. of Oregano herb are required to produce 2 lbs. of the essential oil. The oil is a thin, dark liquid. The aroma is powerful, grassy, fresh, spicy, piercing, warming, and bitter. Psycho-emotional properties Stimulating, tonic nervous system. With general fatigue and asthenia. It makes you feel good. Used in cosmetics, Oregano essential oil is known to have antioxidant activity that fights the look of aging, which results in skin that looks clear and smooth. It can also soothe throat irritation to suppress coughing fits. The calming and relaxing effects of this sedative oil make it an effective sleep aid when diffused in the bedroom. When used in aromatherapy, Oregano Oil’s fragrance is inhaled and scent receptors in the brain’s emotional powerhouse process the smell as calming, allowing the brain and body to relax. Similarly, a few drops smoothed onto a pillow may promote the faster onset of sleep. Diffusing Oregano oil can reduce symptoms of cold and cough when inhaled deeply due to its expectorant properties. Individuals suffering from nasal congestion due to cough and cold may find that mucus buildup is loosening and is dispelled much easier when blowing the nose. By placing a couple of drops in a steaming bowl of hot water and leaning over it for a few minutes to inhale the aromatic vapors with a towel draped over the head and the bowl, Oregano oil can be used to clear up a sinus infection. Alternatively, 1-2 drops of Oregano essential oil can be added to a clean, dry handkerchief and the aroma can be inhaled. Used topically, Oregano oil can improve skin conditions. It can neutralize the general discomforts of insect stings and bites. Oregano oil diluted with any other hair oil of personal preference can be gently rubbed into the scalp. Diluting Oregano essential oil with a carrier oil such as coconut oil makes a moisturizing leave-in conditioner that can be used on the scalp after washing and conditioning the hair. Blending Oregano essential oil with shampoo can also work effectively to remove dandruff. Home use For a natural yet powerful antiseptic home cleaning agent, Oregano Oil can be blended with Lemon Essential Oil and shaken inside a spray bottle before being put to use as a surface cleaner. When sprayed along the wall bases and inside dark corners of a home, it can effectively keep away ants and cockroaches. By mixing the oil with water and spraying it in humid areas around the home, such as the shower, it can prevent fungus and mold from developing. Application methods 1. Rubbing the feet, chest, back: add to 15 ml of the base (base oil) 1 drop of essential oil of oregano + 1 - 2 drops of softer oils, such as tea tree, lavender or frankincense. 2. Aroma lamps: 1 drop per 15 square meters (pre-fill the lamp with water, add essential oil and light a candle). 3. Enrichment of cosmetic creams: 1 drop of essential oil per 50 ml. Enter at the end of cooking, in an emulsion cooled to 40 degrees. 4. Enrichment of oil mixtures for care: 1 drop per 10 ml of base oils. Combination with other essential oils Anise, orange, basil, bergamot, geranium, grapefruit, cedar, cypress, cinnamon, lavender, lime, lemongrass, lemon, may chang, francincense, mint, neroli, palmarosa, petitgrain, rosemary, chamomile, pine, thyme, fennel, citronella, tea tree, eucalyptus. Warnings It should only be used in dilution, as it may cause skin irritation when applied directly. It should never be used around the eyes, inner nose, or any sensitive areas of skin. A skin test is recommended prior to use. This can be done by diluting the essential oil in a carrier oil and applying a small amount to a small area of skin that is not sensitive. Forbidden during pregnancy and breastfeeding. It has an embryotoxic effect. Do not use for children under 10 years. Important: essential oils are highly concentrated vegetable essences, so they require dilution with carrier vegetable oils. Presentation: Amber glass bottles, self-adhesive dropper with internal cone. Our products and our website are inspected by SAAV: https://www.fr.ch/de/lsvw In accordance with the laws of Switzerland, since we are certified as a company selling cosmetic products, we have no right to mention the food quality of our products, as well as their medical properties. That is why in our product descriptions only its cosmetic properties are mentioned.

CHF 100.00

Ginger essential oil Organic 50 ml

ZINGIBER OFFICINALE- MADAGASCAR Our organically crafted ginger essential oil is steam distilled from the rhizomes of the ginger plant livening the countryside of Madagascar with its rich green, brilliantly red, flowering fields. The spicy, intensely aromatic rhizomes of the Zingiber officinale plant create a warm, spicy, sweet, lemony, balsamic, woodsy essential oil. Emotionally and energetically, ginger essential oil warms and stabilizes. This essential oil stimulates willpower and restores motivation. The aroma of ginger, fresh, as if it had just been cut by a “raw” root, with a pronounced spicy-woody base, is caught instantly and is perceived as a holistic, invigorating smell with citrus and bitter tints of nuances. Light, delicate, rich and spicy aroma in an amazing way combines its fresh character with an absolutely warm influence and is captured as exotic. Ginger oil is one of the main aphrodisiacs, a kind of guidebook that evokes bright and noble emotions. Ginger oil, due to the fact that it has a very pronounced and almost identical aroma, characteristic of fresh ginger, requires careful selection of partner oils for aromatic mixtures. Only essential oils of clove, basil, lemon balm, mint, neroli, lavender, verbena, bergamot, lemongrass, juniper, patchouli and aromatic oil of bitter orange are complementary to it. Emotional Impact Emotionally ginger essential oil has an inspiring effect that relieves apathy, indifference and lethargy. With all its tonic character, ginger is a warming, warm soul oil that restores not only physical but also mental strength, contributing to a quick recovery after difficult events, operations and diseases. From the point of view of psychotherapeutic properties, it is an ultra-effective tool for working with psychosomatic and emotional disorders of various expressions and character, including complexes, uncertainty, fears and aggression. When used for flavoring rooms, ginger oil helps increase concentration and improves memory and thinking. Ginger oil contributes to the integrity, harmony of personality development, helps to find the right solution in the romantic sphere, and strengthens firmness and determination. It is believed that the aroma of ginger arouses desire, inspires and attracts wealth. Use in cosmetology In the cosmetic field, including home cosmetics, ginger essential oil is used for problematic and oily skin, on which ginger has a pronounced tonic effect, contributing not only to reducing pores, but also to actively clean them. Application and Dosage Ginger oil is perfect for perfumes and compositions for men, while it should always be combined with patchouli in homemade "perfumes." Ginger essential oil can be used only after reaching 6 years of age. Upon contact with the skin, it causes a burning sensation, often redness and has a pronounced warming effect for up to 4 minutes. You must mix ginger essential oil with carrier oil. • For aroma lamps on a standard room of no more than 15 square meters, 3-5 drops of ginger oil are enough (aromatization of rooms is the best method for working with psycho-emotional problems). • For hot inhalations, 1 drop of ginger, procedure time 4-5, maximum 7 minutes. • It is enough to add 3 drops of ginger to the aromatic bath, for massage - 4, diluted in liquid base oil. • In a higher concentration, ginger oil can be used for grinding (7 drops for the same amount of base), but for compresses the dosage is reduced to 2 drops. • For a personal aroma necklace, 1 drop is enough. Important: essential oils are highly concentrated vegetable essences, so they require dilution with carrier vegetable oils. Presentation: Amber glass bottles, self-adhesive dropper with internal cone. Our products and our website are inspected by SAAV: https://www.fr.ch/de/lsvw In accordance with the laws of Switzerland, since we are certified as a company selling cosmetic products, we have no right to mention the food quality of our products, as well as their medical properties. That is why in our product descriptions only its cosmetic properties are mentioned.

CHF 175.00

Ginger essential oil Organic 30 ml

ZINGIBER OFFICINALE- MADAGASCAR Our organically crafted ginger essential oil is steam distilled from the rhizomes of the ginger plant livening the countryside of Madagascar with its rich green, brilliantly red, flowering fields. The spicy, intensely aromatic rhizomes of the Zingiber officinale plant create a warm, spicy, sweet, lemony, balsamic, woodsy essential oil. Emotionally and energetically, ginger essential oil warms and stabilizes. This essential oil stimulates willpower and restores motivation. The aroma of ginger, fresh, as if it had just been cut by a “raw” root, with a pronounced spicy-woody base, is caught instantly and is perceived as a holistic, invigorating smell with citrus and bitter tints of nuances. Light, delicate, rich and spicy aroma in an amazing way combines its fresh character with an absolutely warm influence and is captured as exotic. Ginger oil is one of the main aphrodisiacs, a kind of guidebook that evokes bright and noble emotions. Ginger oil, due to the fact that it has a very pronounced and almost identical aroma, characteristic of fresh ginger, requires careful selection of partner oils for aromatic mixtures. Only essential oils of clove, basil, lemon balm, mint, neroli, lavender, verbena, bergamot, lemongrass, juniper, patchouli and aromatic oil of bitter orange are complementary to it. Emotional Impact Emotionally ginger essential oil has an inspiring effect that relieves apathy, indifference and lethargy. With all its tonic character, ginger is a warming, warm soul oil that restores not only physical but also mental strength, contributing to a quick recovery after difficult events, operations and diseases. From the point of view of psychotherapeutic properties, it is an ultra-effective tool for working with psychosomatic and emotional disorders of various expressions and character, including complexes, uncertainty, fears and aggression. When used for flavoring rooms, ginger oil helps increase concentration and improves memory and thinking. Ginger oil contributes to the integrity, harmony of personality development, helps to find the right solution in the romantic sphere, and strengthens firmness and determination. It is believed that the aroma of ginger arouses desire, inspires and attracts wealth. Use in cosmetology In the cosmetic field, including home cosmetics, ginger essential oil is used for problematic and oily skin, on which ginger has a pronounced tonic effect, contributing not only to reducing pores, but also to actively clean them. Application and Dosage Ginger oil is perfect for perfumes and compositions for men, while it should always be combined with patchouli in homemade "perfumes." Ginger essential oil can be used only after reaching 6 years of age. Upon contact with the skin, it causes a burning sensation, often redness and has a pronounced warming effect for up to 4 minutes. You must mix ginger essential oil with carrier oil. • For aroma lamps on a standard room of no more than 15 square meters, 3-5 drops of ginger oil are enough (aromatization of rooms is the best method for working with psycho-emotional problems). • For hot inhalations, 1 drop of ginger, procedure time 4-5, maximum 7 minutes. • It is enough to add 3 drops of ginger to the aromatic bath, for massage - 4, diluted in liquid base oil. • In a higher concentration, ginger oil can be used for grinding (7 drops for the same amount of base), but for compresses the dosage is reduced to 2 drops. • For a personal aroma necklace, 1 drop is enough. Important: essential oils are highly concentrated vegetable essences, so they require dilution with carrier vegetable oils. Presentation: Amber glass bottles, self-adhesive dropper with internal cone. Our products and our website are inspected by SAAV: https://www.fr.ch/de/lsvw In accordance with the laws of Switzerland, since we are certified as a company selling cosmetic products, we have no right to mention the food quality of our products, as well as their medical properties. That is why in our product descriptions only its cosmetic properties are mentioned.

CHF 95.00

Ginger essential oil Organic 10 ml

ZINGIBER OFFICINALE- MADAGASCAR Our organically crafted ginger essential oil is steam distilled from the rhizomes of the ginger plant livening the countryside of Madagascar with its rich green, brilliantly red, flowering fields. The spicy, intensely aromatic rhizomes of the Zingiber officinale plant create a warm, spicy, sweet, lemony, balsamic, woodsy essential oil. Emotionally and energetically, ginger essential oil warms and stabilizes. This essential oil stimulates willpower and restores motivation. The aroma of ginger, fresh, as if it had just been cut by a “raw” root, with a pronounced spicy-woody base, is caught instantly and is perceived as a holistic, invigorating smell with citrus and bitter tints of nuances. Light, delicate, rich and spicy aroma in an amazing way combines its fresh character with an absolutely warm influence and is captured as exotic. Ginger oil is one of the main aphrodisiacs, a kind of guidebook that evokes bright and noble emotions. Ginger oil, due to the fact that it has a very pronounced and almost identical aroma, characteristic of fresh ginger, requires careful selection of partner oils for aromatic mixtures. Only essential oils of clove, basil, lemon balm, mint, neroli, lavender, verbena, bergamot, lemongrass, juniper, patchouli and aromatic oil of bitter orange are complementary to it. Emotional Impact Emotionally ginger essential oil has an inspiring effect that relieves apathy, indifference and lethargy. With all its tonic character, ginger is a warming, warm soul oil that restores not only physical but also mental strength, contributing to a quick recovery after difficult events, operations and diseases. From the point of view of psychotherapeutic properties, it is an ultra-effective tool for working with psychosomatic and emotional disorders of various expressions and character, including complexes, uncertainty, fears and aggression. When used for flavoring rooms, ginger oil helps increase concentration and improves memory and thinking. Ginger oil contributes to the integrity, harmony of personality development, helps to find the right solution in the romantic sphere, and strengthens firmness and determination. It is believed that the aroma of ginger arouses desire, inspires and attracts wealth. Use in cosmetology In the cosmetic field, including home cosmetics, ginger essential oil is used for problematic and oily skin, on which ginger has a pronounced tonic effect, contributing not only to reducing pores, but also to actively clean them. Application and Dosage Ginger oil is perfect for perfumes and compositions for men, while it should always be combined with patchouli in homemade "perfumes." Ginger essential oil can be used only after reaching 6 years of age. Upon contact with the skin, it causes a burning sensation, often redness and has a pronounced warming effect for up to 4 minutes. You must mix ginger essential oil with carrier oil. • For aroma lamps on a standard room of no more than 15 square meters, 3-5 drops of ginger oil are enough (aromatization of rooms is the best method for working with psycho-emotional problems). • For hot inhalations, 1 drop of ginger, procedure time 4-5, maximum 7 minutes. • It is enough to add 3 drops of ginger to the aromatic bath, for massage - 4, diluted in liquid base oil. • In a higher concentration, ginger oil can be used for grinding (7 drops for the same amount of base), but for compresses the dosage is reduced to 2 drops. • For a personal aroma necklace, 1 drop is enough. Important: essential oils are highly concentrated vegetable essences, so they require dilution with carrier vegetable oils. Presentation: Amber glass bottles, self-adhesive dropper with internal cone. Our products and our website are inspected by SAAV: https://www.fr.ch/de/lsvw In accordance with the laws of Switzerland, since we are certified as a company selling cosmetic products, we have no right to mention the food quality of our products, as well as their medical properties. That is why in our product descriptions only its cosmetic properties are mentioned.

CHF 37.00

Ginger essential oil Organic 100 ml

ZINGIBER OFFICINALE- MADAGASCAR Our organically crafted ginger essential oil is steam distilled from the rhizomes of the ginger plant livening the countryside of Madagascar with its rich green, brilliantly red, flowering fields. The spicy, intensely aromatic rhizomes of the Zingiber officinale plant create a warm, spicy, sweet, lemony, balsamic, woodsy essential oil. Emotionally and energetically, ginger essential oil warms and stabilizes. This essential oil stimulates willpower and restores motivation. The aroma of ginger, fresh, as if it had just been cut by a “raw” root, with a pronounced spicy-woody base, is caught instantly and is perceived as a holistic, invigorating smell with citrus and bitter tints of nuances. Light, delicate, rich and spicy aroma in an amazing way combines its fresh character with an absolutely warm influence and is captured as exotic. Ginger oil is one of the main aphrodisiacs, a kind of guidebook that evokes bright and noble emotions. Ginger oil, due to the fact that it has a very pronounced and almost identical aroma, characteristic of fresh ginger, requires careful selection of partner oils for aromatic mixtures. Only essential oils of clove, basil, lemon balm, mint, neroli, lavender, verbena, bergamot, lemongrass, juniper, patchouli and aromatic oil of bitter orange are complementary to it. Emotional Impact Emotionally ginger essential oil has an inspiring effect that relieves apathy, indifference and lethargy. With all its tonic character, ginger is a warming, warm soul oil that restores not only physical but also mental strength, contributing to a quick recovery after difficult events, operations and diseases. From the point of view of psychotherapeutic properties, it is an ultra-effective tool for working with psychosomatic and emotional disorders of various expressions and character, including complexes, uncertainty, fears and aggression. When used for flavoring rooms, ginger oil helps increase concentration and improves memory and thinking. Ginger oil contributes to the integrity, harmony of personality development, helps to find the right solution in the romantic sphere, and strengthens firmness and determination. It is believed that the aroma of ginger arouses desire, inspires and attracts wealth. Use in cosmetology In the cosmetic field, including home cosmetics, ginger essential oil is used for problematic and oily skin, on which ginger has a pronounced tonic effect, contributing not only to reducing pores, but also to actively clean them. Application and Dosage Ginger oil is perfect for perfumes and compositions for men, while it should always be combined with patchouli in homemade "perfumes." Ginger essential oil can be used only after reaching 6 years of age. Upon contact with the skin, it causes a burning sensation, often redness and has a pronounced warming effect for up to 4 minutes. You must mix ginger essential oil with carrier oil. • For aroma lamps on a standard room of no more than 15 square meters, 3-5 drops of ginger oil are enough (aromatization of rooms is the best method for working with psycho-emotional problems). • For hot inhalations, 1 drop of ginger, procedure time 4-5, maximum 7 minutes. • It is enough to add 3 drops of ginger to the aromatic bath, for massage - 4, diluted in liquid base oil. • In a higher concentration, ginger oil can be used for grinding (7 drops for the same amount of base), but for compresses the dosage is reduced to 2 drops. • For a personal aroma necklace, 1 drop is enough. Important: essential oils are highly concentrated vegetable essences, so they require dilution with carrier vegetable oils. Presentation: Amber glass bottles, self-adhesive dropper with internal cone. Our products and our website are inspected by SAAV: https://www.fr.ch/de/lsvw In accordance with the laws of Switzerland, since we are certified as a company selling cosmetic products, we have no right to mention the food quality of our products, as well as their medical properties. That is why in our product descriptions only its cosmetic properties are mentioned.

CHF 320.00

Cardamom essential oil Organic 50 ml

ELETTARIA CARDAMOMUM- COLOMBIA Our organic cardamom essential oil is steam distilled from seeds of the perennial cardamom plant, also known as the Queen of Spice, often cultivated beneath the shaded canopy of forests in rural Colombia. We love using this essential oil in a diffuser blend to help lift the spirits during those seasonal times when one might be feeling a bit down due to weather and also needing to fortify the immune system. The light green seeds of the Elettaria cardamomum plant create a warm, fresh, spicy essential oil. Emotionally and energetically, this warming cardamom essential oil invites mental clarity and balance, especially during a situation where one might be worrying excessively. Saturated, bright and seemingly radiant optimism, cardamom essential oil is one of the softest spiced oils. Warm and surprisingly rich aroma of oil, preserving all the characteristic features of the beloved with many spices, has a strong antidepressant effect and is one of the recognized aphrodisiacs. The aroma of cardamom, as beloved as a spice and seasoning, is fully preserved in essential oil. A sweet, complex, enchanting lollipop oil with a bright spicy base captivates with a gradually opening wood overtone and a powerful, persistent and characteristic base. Combination with other oils Bright and optimistic cardamom oil goes well with “strong” and persistent essential oils, which have an equally complex aroma. It goes well with coriander, rosewood, geranium, wormwood, ferula, lippia, myrtle, pine, juniper, frankincense and lemon, which enhance its tonic and antiseptic characteristics. Cardamom is combined with all types of base oils, but its properties are most pronounced in mixtures with olive oil and St. John's wort oil. Impact on the psycho-emotional sphere Cardamom and it’s amazing, energetic aroma are not for nothing so often used to flavor coffee. Essential oil that inherits the characteristic features of the smell of spices is one of the best ester-antidepressants. It carries a feeling of confidence in its own well-being, gives bright hopes and aspirations, lightness and peace, enhanced by clarity of mind. Awakening optimism and instantly relieving tension, cardamom oil returns vigor, strength, energy, allows you to quickly eliminate apathy, relieve fatigue, depression and decadent moods. This oil inspires, carries a new charge of vivacity and mood for changes, awakens, and creates an amazing atmosphere that helps to restore confidence in oneself and one's strength. Cardamom brings new hopes, perfect for finding new ways to achieve the goal. This aromatic oil is also characterized by the ability to relieve headaches, melancholy manifestations, drive away fears and anxieties. This is a wonderful tool for quick mood swings, preparation for important events and holidays. Cardamom is considered one of the most powerful aphrodisiacs, although its effect is more likely associated with a general tonic and optimistic effect. It is used as a remedy against impotence, the wonderful aroma of oil helps to relax, eliminate fears and complexes, and reveals and enhances sensuality. Cosmetic properties Strong antiseptic and stimulating properties of cardamom oil are manifested in skin care. This is one of the best anti-aging products, the effect of which is based on restoring the elasticity and structure of the skin. It is used to improve cosmetics, to create a mixture of oils in anti-aging massage courses. Actively increasing collagen synthesis and restoring the density and elasticity of the skin, cardamom oil helps to maintain its youth and beauty. Possessing a light clarifying effect, cardamom has a generally improving effect on the skin, giving it a smooth and attractive shade. This is an excellent tool to enhance the nutrition of the skin, to obtain both quick and systemic tonic effect. This spicy oil is characterized by an active anti-cellulite effect, the ability to restore skin turgor with weight changes, to restore the elasticity and elasticity of the epidermis. They consider the deodorizing effect of the oil to be irreplaceable. It refreshes, eliminates unpleasant odors, tones and is highly resistant. Household use Cardamom oil is one of the classic ingredients for making homemade perfumes, cosmetics and soaps. The combination of non-aggressiveness, bright and very persistent aroma and antiseptic properties makes it an indispensable spicy oil. It is usually used in compositions of an oriental character. This is an excellent tool for sports medicine: cardamom oil actively relaxes muscles when used in massage mixtures. Features of the use of oil and precautions Cardamom oil is the only spicy oil that is not on the allergen list. Methods of use and dosage Like all spicy essential oils, cardamom is used in low dosages. But since this oil rarely causes negative reactions and is non-aggressive, it can be used in almost all aromatherapy methods. For the most popular methods, cardamom essential oils are used in the following dosages: • no more than 2-3 drops for aroma lamps and other methods of air aromatization; • from 5 to 10 drops for aromatherapy baths, but with a limitation of the maximum duration of the procedure to 15 minutes (it is impossible to rinse after the bath); • 5 drops per 10 g of base oil for aroma massage, the mixture is used slightly warmed up and the exposure is continued only until completely absorbed into the skin; • no more than 1-2 drops for inhalation and compresses Important: essential oils are highly concentrated vegetable essences, so they require dilution with carrier vegetable oils. Presentation: Amber glass bottles, self-adhesive dropper with internal cone. Our products and our website are inspected by SAAV: https://www.fr.ch/de/lsvw In accordance with the laws of Switzerland, since we are certified as a company selling cosmetic products, we have no right to mention the food quality of our products, as well as their medical properties. That is why in our product descriptions only its cosmetic properties are mentioned.

CHF 155.00

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