Camellia Oil

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It has been used for centuries in Japan on face, body, hair and nails. It is made from the extraction of Camellia flower seeds and it is rich in vitamins A, B, C. E and Polyphenol, a natural antioxidant which protects from pollution and UV. Camellia Oil is full of essential fatty acid so the skin feels soft and non greasy. It helps with lines, wrinkles, the appearance of pores and stretch marks. It is of great help when exposed to air conditioning, sun, wind or simply when stressed and dehydrated. It works wonders as well on hair so simply massage your scalp before shampoo or add few drops on damp hair. Your hair will look healthy and shiny. Do not forget your hands and nails, they will be forever grateful. I use Organic Camellia Oil when I give Tsuboki Japanese facial massage to my clients and their skin looks fresh and feels soft. As one of them once said: "You took years off me!". Et voila!

What You'll Need

  • Organic Camellia Oil

What You'll Do

  • As we all know, everyone is different. Some of us might need to apply Camellia Oil on their face and neck everyday when others will only need it once a week depending on your skin type

Tips & Warnings

  • Make sure though to NOT apply it close to your eyes.
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