Oil of poppy seeds Tricolor - firming, moisturizing
INCI: Papaver Rhoeas (Corn Poppy) seed oil
Poppy seeds contain fats (40–50%), proteins (18–25%), vitamins and mineral salts. In Poland and many other countries, especially in Europe, they are used mainly for eating and production of perfect edible oil. In contrast, in Asia and some European countries, the opium poppy is cultivated for opium which is widely used in the pharmaceutical industry. It is often added to hair cosmetics for its moistening properties and positive effect on hair shine. Poppy seeds are also perfect for products which improve skin firmness and have anti-cellulite properties..
Poppy Seed Oil is made from blue opium poppy seeds. It is recommended for day- to-day care of every type of skin, especially sensitive one. It has moistening, regenerative and nourishing properties. The oil is also used as a hair conditioner in case of damaged hair with no shine. Additionally, the Poppy Seed Oil accelerates the healing injuries and increases immunity. It prevents the creation of blackhead and strengthens fragile blood vessels.
Poppy Seed Oil affects cellulite improving skin morphology and reducing the orange peel syndrome. The skin gets visibly smoother and its furrows become more shallow. It slenderizes your skin, improves elasticity and microcirculation.
The properties of the Poppy Seed Oil:
• takes care of your skin,
• increases immunity,
• prevents the creation of blackheads
The main properties of the Poppy Seed Oil:
- a natural firming agent
enriches products with caffeine and improves their effectiveness
has strong anti-cellulite properties
shapes you silhouette
a perfect product for sensitive skin
For external use only
|Use||additive to creams, face and body balms, an ingredient of hair conditioners. It can be used for hair oiling and cleansing oils. It is suitable for problematic or changed areas on your skin.|
|Recommended concentration||Up to 100%, 10% in cosmetic products.|
|Storage||A shady, clean place in the temperature between 15–20|
- oils weighing 10 g, 30 g and 45 g — a glass or a
- oils weighing more than 100 g — plastic pharmaceutical