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As I have had problems with products with SLS I decided to give your SLS free product a try and I am pleased to tell you that I find it works very well, and is non irritating as I had hoped. It lathers well and so a little goes a long way, making it less expensive in the long run than it might have been.
Great product and so kind to my skin, top tip a little goes a very long way!
Sensual and economical you only need a small amount.
Sweet Almond oil is pressed from the ripe kernels of the almond tree, which originates in the United States, and is a light yellow, viscous oil. It has long been regarded as a valuable aid to skin health, known for its non-irritating and soothing properties.
It helps to promote a clear, young-looking complexion, making it ideal for all skin types and age groups.
Also known as: Prunus amygdalus dulcis oil
Originating in Central Mexico, Avocados are now grown in warm climates all around the world.
A 1991 study shows that Avocado oil may mobilize and increase the collagen content of connective tissue
Vitamins A, D, and E, when applied topically, act as powerful antioxidants and free radical scavengers. When combined together they promote natural collagen production in the skin therefore helping to improve skin’s texture, firmness, smoothness, and even pigmentation.
Also known as: Persea gratissima oil
The Bergamot tree is native to South East Asia. The oil has been used in perfumery since the eighteenth century and Bergamot is also used to flavour Earl Grey Tea.
The name origins from the city Bergamo in Italy, where the oil was first sold in Europe. The oil has both uplifting and relaxing properties and is useful for boils, oily skin and acne.
Bergamot oil used in Green People formulations is free from bergaptene, known to cause photo-toxicity.
Also known as: Citrus aurantium bergamia fruit oil
Mandarins originate from China and were introduced to Europe in the beginning of the nineteenth century.
Mandarin essential oil has both sedative and strengthening properties.
Also known as: Citrus nobilis peel oil