Friday, September 30, 2016

Pumpkin Chai Latte Signature Oil for October

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Nourishing pumpkin oil pairs up with chai-spices to make an autumn oil that's smells even better than the latte you had this morning.

Base Oil: Pumpkin Seed Oil
Secondary Oils: Walnut Oil, Sunflower Oil
Essential Oils: Cinnamon, Cardamom, Nutmeg, Ginger, Anise, Clove, Coffee, Sweet Orange, Vanilla (CO2 extract)

Aroma: Vanilla, chai spices and a smidge of coffee.

Application: 1-2 drops of oil in the hands and massage into damp hair or into the hair. 

Detailed Ingredients:

• Pumpkin Seed Oil- Pumpkin seeds contain fatty oils with linoleic acid and oleic acid, both known to prevent cancer-causing cell production. They are also an excellent source of vitamins A, B6 and C. In addition, the seeds contain beneficial nutrients like zinc, magnesium, calcium and iron. Perhaps most important to those suffering from hair loss, the seeds contain cucurbitin, a unique amino that may be responsible for pumpkin seeds' effects on hair growth. There is conjecture that when consumed internally pumpkin seed oil it is a DHT blocker and can aid in treating baldness or hair loss, though no clinical study has been done. 

• Walnut Oil- A pale golden oil, it good moisturizing, anti-aging, regenerative, emollient and toning properties. Walnuts are unique among nuts because the essential fat they contain is primarily polyunsaturated (the source of omega-3 fatty acids.) as well as a host of other important vitamins and minerals. Walnut oil is a clear, grease-less, penetrating oil, that is a rich source of fatty acids.

• Sunflower Oil Organic Cold–Pressed Unrefined– An oil wealthy in Oleic acids with high amounts of Vitamins A, D, and E, also has beneficial amounts of lecithin, and unsaturated fatty acids. Deeply nourishing and conditioning for the skin and hair it is a natural emollient (meaning it corrects scaling and dryness), by helping upraised skin and hair cells lay flat, helping to increase shine and keep in moisture. Cold-pressed oil, also called cold-drawn, or virgin, oil, is purer than oil expressed with the aid of heat and retains more of its natural benefits.

• Cinnamon Bark Essential Oil- An anti-inflamatory that aids in the circulation of blood. Helps remove impurities from the hair and scalp and promotes growth. Good for treating scalp infections because of its anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, and antiseptic properties. 

• Cardamom Essential Oil- Cardamom is native to India, and is used in Ayurvedic medicine. It has a warm, green, spicy, balsamic scent. 

• Nutmeg Essential Oil- has a sweet, warm, spicy scent similar to the spice commonly used in cooking. Comforting and soothing, nutmeg helps boost energy. It

• Anise Essential Oil- has a long history of use as a spice and medicine. It has a fresh, sweet, spicy, and licorice-like aroma. 

• Ginger Essential Oil– A spicy, warm, woody, with a deep earthy undertone, ginger is a clarifying and stimulating essential oil. 

• Coffee Essential Oil- This stimulating essential oil not only brings a rich, pleasing aroma, but also can help with scalp acne and psoriasis. It has uplifting and antioxidant properties. 

• Orange (Sweet) Essential Oil- A zesty citrus, sweet, strong aroma, Sweet Orange is cheering, refreshing, uplifting, and comforting. Orange, like all citrus fruits, plays an important role in Chinese medicine.

• Vanilla Burbon CO2 Extract- Vanilla is not produced as pure essential oil. It is well advised to question the authenticity of Vanilla labeled pure essential oil. This soothing scent is perfect for relaxing and meditation. 

1 comment:

  1. Why do you create so many things that are so amazing?? My wallet weeps. Ahahahaha! ;_; ;_; ;_; <3 <3 <3