Eight organic care rituals
There are beautiful women all over the world. Nevertheless, every country elicits its very specific beauty tricks from nature—Edith Beauty on a world tour on behalf of beauty.
The Italians rightly swear by their olive oil. Cold-pressed olive oil is a valuable, natural all-around talent in beauty care. Internally, it supplies the body with critical vital substances and ensures a healthy appearance. An extra portion of olive oil used as an alternative body lotion makes the skin glow and has a calming effect on dry and reddened areas of skin. Applied pure, rough, chapped lips are instantly softened and kissable. Stressed hair ends look forward to a little shine treatment with olive oil. Knead a small drop into the ends of the hair, leave on for 15 minutes and rinse thoroughly with warm water.
Tips from the north
Anyone who now tends to have tired and pale skin should take the Swedes’ beauty tip to heart. Splash a few splashes of cold mineral water on your face, and your complexion will brighten up. The enjoyment of plenty of vitamin C bombs such as rose hips and important omega-3 fatty acids from fish also ensures a clear, healthy complexion.
Beauty mud from Israel
A natural skincare product that is suitable for all skin types comes from Israel. Dead Sea mud moisturizes, revitalizes, regenerates, and tightens. Mud packs from the Dead Sea have an invigorating and blood circulation-promoting effect due to the abundant minerals and trace elements they contain. The skin appears tightened and appears clean down to the pores. The soothing effect on impure and oily skin is particularly pleasant. The rich composition of the mud gently regulates the moisture balance of dry skin. Pure mud from the Dead Sea is available in natural goods stores.
The famous mud from the Dead Sea works true beauty miracles.
Beauty with rice and tea
Eternal Youth seems to come from Japan. Most people know that regular consumption of green tea has an anti-aging effect. Many Japanese women owe their shiny hair to a hair treatment with rice, their staple food. Parboiled rice, in particular, is still rich in valuable minerals that nourish and strengthen the hair. Camellia oil is indispensable for geishas. Its high-quality fatty acid spectrum gently cares for and protects even irritated skin and has a soothing effect. Japanese women also make their black hair shine with a pack of camellia oil.
Grape mask from France
It is popular that the French produce good wines from their sweet grapes. The fruits of the vine are also real all-rounders for skincare. French women appear perfectly groomed after a mask with fresh grapes, which are simply chopped up and placed on the face—the skin surges with plenty of moisture and antioxidants. The fruit acids it contains have a revitalizing effect.
Grapes are real all-rounders.
Fragrant flowers in coconut oil
The women of Tahiti collect tiaré flowers at dawn, which give off an intoxicating scent. The flowers are immediately placed in cold-pressed coconut oil. The oil extracts the scent of the flowers, and the monoi oil is created. A little massage with the oil lifts the mood and lets the soul escape from the world for a short time. The coconut oil has a moisturizing, soothing effect on skin irritations and cleansing. In any case, the inspiring fragrance and silky-soft coconut oil should inspire you to simply take a little break and turn the obligatory care appointment into a pampering program.
Coffee is not just a drinking pleasure.
Natural cosmetics and peeling friends will find what they are looking for in Russia’s care rituals. Here, the morning coffee grounds are used for an invigorating body scrub in the shower. The blood circulation is boosted, the skin becomes soft, and should be gently tightened.
Universal care shea butter
Today, shea butter can be found almost everywhere in our home care products. For African women, it is the universal care for babies, children, and adults. Shea butter has the property of retaining the body’s own moisture in the skin. It also protects against harmful environmental influences, including sun damage. The extracted butter of the African karité nut is very rich, is extremely well-tolerated, keeps the skin firm and supple, and supports the healing of minor injuries.
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