Welcome to the 16th edition of "Meet Our Ingredients". Each month we will showcase the ingredients we use in our products to keep you informed of what you are putting on your body, why they're so powerful, and how it works to give you glowing, healthy, revitalized skin.
Hawaiian Healing Skin Care prides itself on using only natural and organic ingredients in each of our products. We don't include any chemicals or synthetic elements – only items nature provides. We like to say nature knows what you need, so we are giving it to you in each amazing Hawaiian Healing product.
Our reasons for incorporating this almost-magical oil into both our Pure Revitalizing Cream and Nourishing Night Oil will have you understanding why our customers keep coming back time and time again, reaping incredible results for their smooth, hydrated, radiant skin.
What Is Neroli Essential Oil?
Neroli essential oil is extracted from the flowers of bitter orange trees (Citrus aurantium var. amara, to be exact). It’s also known as orange blossom oil. The oil is extracted from the flowers by steam distillation, emitting a rich efflorescent and citrusy aroma.
Because of its soothing effect on mood, neroli oil is touted to be one to keep around! (Like, for a humidifier or oil diffuser, perhaps?) As an essential oil on its own (for aromatherapy purposes), some evidence suggests benefits from neroli can include relief from: high blood pressure, seizures, depression, anxiety, and menopausal symptoms.
Most importantly (for the purpose of this post and in a non-aromatherapeutic sense), it’s used as a base note in perfumes and scented products, and is often used as an ingredient in body lotions and cosmetics.
How Does it Work?
In one study, reported in the Pakistan Journal of Biological Sciences, it indicates that neroli oil has antimicrobial, antifungal, and antioxidant properties. This may make it helpful for reducing acne breakouts and skin irritation.
During the same study, neroli showed antimicrobial activity against SIX kinds of bacteria and THREE different fungi (and exhibited strong antifungal activity when compared with a standard antibiotic called nystatin).
Neroli oil’s anti-inflammatory properties may make it beneficial for topical and internal use.
(ugh. I hate that I have to type this... but:
"PLEASE do not ingest our products. They're for topical use only!!
All of them. No exceptions. None. Just don't do it."
Okay, now back to the cool stuff.)
As a skin treatment, it may reduce inflammation and irritation. A study in the Journal of Natural Medicines suggests that "neroli possesses biologically active constituents that have the ability to reduce acute inflammation and chronic inflammation even more so." Additionally, it was found that this essential oil has the ability to reduce "central and peripheral sensitivity to pain."
Known for its ability to regenerate skin cells and improve elasticity in our skin, using products that contain neroli is never a bad idea. This oil can also be beneficial for wrinkles, scars, and stretch marks, all due to its ability to revive the skin at a cellular level.
Skin conditions may improve, heal, and calm their severity, especially for anyone suffering with stress-related issues. And, as I already told ya, it has been shown to be very useful when caring for bacterial skin conditions and rashes, as its antimicrobial properties target the damage.
Here's an interesting fact: most of my research has talked about the combination of neroli and jojoba oils being used together. Apparently, this duo packs a pretty powerful punch.... and we're using them both!
Who knew so many benefits came from these tiny, little, white, waxy flowers found on a bitter orange tree? Honestly, I didn't. I knew Bill had spent YEARS making these formulas and testing out all of the best ingredients... but, I didn't consider why these products were working so well. I was just happy they did! And, it seems like he knew exactly what he was doing.
((*Those of you who are already part of our ohana... you know I speak nothing but the truth. 😊 *))
Where Can I Get My Hands On This?
The benefits that come with Neroli Essential Oil, especially in conjunction with the other superstar ingredients in our products, are what lead us to call it Hawaiian Healing Skin Care… because they can actually help to heal, soothe, and improve the appearance of some common skin ailments.
Our Pure Revitalizing Cream is filled with 19, all-natural, great-for-your-skin ingredients, just like the Neroli Oil mentioned above; plus, there’s Hawaiian Astaxanthin, Kukui Nut Oil, and Raw Hawaiian Macadamia Honey, just to name a few. The Nourishing Night Oil also incorporates the best-of-the-best ingredients, such as Organic Tamanu Oil, Rose Hip Seed Oil, Jojoba Oil, and Carrot Seed Oil - all of which, combined with the other 10 top-tier-quality ingredients, help nourish, protect, and hydrate your skin.
So, yes, please feel free to click the links and images within this post... but, perhaps I can persuade you to give something else a try....
Both the Under Eye Serum and Nourishing Night Oil are priced at $39.99 each, while the 50g Pure Revitalizing Cream is $49.99. Let's round up a few cents and say that, bought individually, it will cost $130.
But if you're looking for a deal... a bargain that's going to give you savings AND the best island-infused, all-natural, high-quality, skin-loving products... then click here! Otherwise, you may miss out on trying something that'll help the way you love your skin - and yourself - the way you deserve. ((Plus, it's basically like you're getting the Under Eye Serum for free. Um... yes please! 🙌))
Oh! And before I go.....
Hawaiian Healing Skin Care Products are FILLED with the finest natural and organic ingredients. Our glass and bamboo packaging help to support sustainability and are eco-friendly. By having some of the most luxurious ingredients sourced directly from the islands of Hawai’i, and all over the globe, Hawaiian Healing Skin Care is able to provide your skin with the best all-natural and organic skincare products available.
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