DIVINE BALM Herbal Mist
DIVINE BALM Herbal Mist
- Product Details
- Ingredients (INCI)
- A word from our beauty expert!
- Focus on hem poil
- Important note on mobile apps
A treatment that can be used for all areas of the face, body, and even lifeless hair!
Instructions for use: apply a small amount and massage gently, paying particular attention to fine lines. It firms, purifies, and soothes, leaving the skin silky soft and deeply nourished…
It’s non-greasy and doesn’t clog pores, making it a perfect make-up base.
It is suitable for dry, oily, and acne-prone skin!
Hydrogenated Soybean Oil, Cocos Nucifera (Coconut Oil), Cera Alba (Beeswax), Parfum (Sweet Grass) Fragrance Oil, Cannabis Sativa (Hemp Seel Oil)*, Artemisia Absinthium Oil*, Vetivera Zizanioides*, Alpha Isomethy Ionone***, Benzyl Salicylate***, Butyphenyl Methylpropional***, Hydroxyisohexyl 3-Cyclohexene Carboxaldehyde***, Isoeugenol***, Linaool***
*Ingredients from Organic Farming
*** Compounds naturally present in essential oils
96.7% of the total ingredients are of natural origin
Light the wick of your Herbal Mist Divine Balm (during your skincare routine, for example) and use your fingertips to gather the melted wax. Its melting point maintains the properties of the active ingredients and eliminates the risk of burns. You can even use it without lighting it because the particularly fondant texture heats up between your fingers and is very easy to apply anywhere you wish!
Nature is so rich that we come across unknown or little known cosmetic ingredients every day…
Before talking about hemp oil, it is important to know the plant from which it comes.Hemp, from its Latin name CANNABIS SATIVA, is a plant native to Central Asia.
For millennia, hemp has been cultivated for what it has to offer, in particular the stem, the fiber of which will be used to produce textiles, paper and building materials. But when it comes to cosmetics, hemp seed (hempseed) is useful.
It is from this seed and via cold pressing that the precious hemp oil and its multiple benefits are extracted. Hemp oil is particularly rich in:
- essential fatty acids:omega 3 and 6
- y linoleic acid
- alphatocopherol (vit-amin E).
Are there any particular contraindications for hemp oil?
When we talk about hemp, cosmetics are far from being the first subject we think of… This is why it is normal to wonder about the contraindications that hemp oil could have.
Know that so-called “recreational” cannabis, from its Latin name CANNABIS INDICA, is from the same family but re-mains a very distant cousin of the so-called “industrial” or “pharmaceutical” hemp presented in this article.
The Cannabis Sativa used to produce hemp oil used in cosmetics does not contain any psychotropic substance (THC). There is therefore no prohibition or contraindication to its use, whether cosmetic or food.
What are the cosmetic benefits of hemp oil?
Like many vegetable oils, one of the benefits of hemp oil is to moisturize and soften the skin and hair, thanks to its high fatty acid content. Classified among the dry oils, it will be very appreciated by people who love non-greasy textures.
Thanks to the presence of omega 3 and vitamin E, hemp oil also has the ability to stimulate blood circulation, which reduces redness and alleviates rosacea.
Hemp oil also has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, which help to reduce the worries of eczema, psoriasis and acne.
Decryption applications have invaded the beauty market, but the Slow Cosmétique® Association notes that they no longer meet consumer expectations…
In barely 4 years, nearly 1/3 of French have downloaded a decryption of their “INCI lists” for track down unwanted ingredients in their bathroom.
And the impact of these apps is huge: among the Yuka users, 92% rely on the shelves the products marked in red in the app*.
Some influences these beauty also bear witness to the usefulness of apps to move forward on the natural path.
On the side of cosmetic too, many have said in recent months develop their
products with the aim of being “Yuka compatible”.
But by focusing solely on the potential harmfulness of formulas, cosmetic decryption applications no longer meet the expectations of consumers, who are more and more likely to consider only a list of “clean” ingredients from the point of view of our health is not enough to identify a “good” product !