Herbal Walk Biphasic Lotion

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Herbal Walk Biphasic Lotion

20 CHF350 CHF

Tired or Heavy Legs

A biphasic lotion with a soft enveloping texture that relieves tired or varicose legs and facilitates blood circulation in conjunction with a massage. This formula blends reputed indigenous oils, including Andiroba from Amazonia, Mafura and Moringa, used once by Egyptian pharaohs, and tonifying essential oils, such as Rosemary, Geranium, Mastic, Cypress and Peppermint. Its potent decontracting effect is conferred by the conjugated action of Wintergreen and Ahibero, reinforced by the decongestant and balancing effects of Clary Sage and Fennel. This lotion is to be reserved for periods of stress and overload, or occasionally for a delectable moment of relaxation. Its specific scent, enhanced by a hint of fresh Blackcurrant Hydrosol, will give you the feeling of walking bare legged in grasslands.

With indigenous plants complexes including: Mafura, Moringa, and Andiroba, together with eleven essential oils, such as Lemongrass from Madagascar (Ahibero) and Wintergreen.

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With indigenous plants complexes including Mafura, Moringa, and Andiroba, together with eleven essential oils, such as Lemongrass from Madagascar (Ahibero) and Wintergreen.

100% natural plant ingredients except for synthetic Vit. C. Virgin vegetable oils. No synthetic fragrances or chemical preservatives. Vegan.

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Weight0.5 kg
Dimensions17 × 6 × 6 cm
Natural Plant-Based Cosmetics Content

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Ximenia Oil (Ximenia americana):
Also known as African Sour Plum and originating from the Southern Africa Savannah, this oil has a unique honey-like consistency. Ximenia oil contains Ximenynic acid, which has been shown to improve blood flow in the skin. Due to the exceptionally long fatty acid composition of the oil, it is known for its anti-aging effects and has amazing nourishing and moisturizing properties, reducing inflammation and redness, and improving skin elasticity.

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Ximenia Oil (Ximenia americana)

Andiroba (Carapa guianensis):
From the heart of the Amazon, Andiroba oil is processed from the Carapa guianensis tree and is highly valued for its analgesic and anti-inflammatory properties. It is an important resource for local communities, when exploited sustainably.

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Cypress (Cupressus sempervirens):
Cypress, a coniferous tree, has been revered through ages and by many civilizations from Hippocrates, to Ayurveda and Chinese Traditional Medicine. Its oil is astringent, anti-spasmodic, diuretic and therefore plays a role in favoring capillary vasoconstriction and reducing fluid retention.

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Wintergreen (Gaultheria procumbens):
An evergreen shrub, commonly found in America, it contains Methyl Salicylate, a natural form of Aspirin. The substance diffuses topically into the tissues and in the capillaries. It is used as a folk remedy for inflammation and poor circulation, although the concentration in this product has been kept at cosmetic level. Asthmatic people may be sensitive to Wintergreen, which is also common as a fragrance in products such as toothpaste and chewing gum.

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Ahibero (Cymbopogon giganteus):
This specie of Lemongrass, growing in tropical savannah and notably found in Madagascar, has a unique and distinct chemical profile to the commonly known Lemongrass (Cymbopogon citratus) and does not bear its usual lemon scent. Its specific constituents have been studied for their potential use as an anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial and fungicidal agent.

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Mastic (Pistacia lentiscus):
This relative of the Pistachio produces a beautiful resin that has been used as a mastic gum by Mediterranean civilizations to reduce stomach acid, freshen breath, and l to fight colds and flu. Its oil is mainly used to help relieve varicose vein pain and as a lymphatic decongestant thanks to its vasoconstrictive properties.

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Tamanu (Calophyllum inophylum):
Also known as Foraha, this oil is indigenous to tropical Southeast Asia and also found in Madagascar. Thorough research has shown the oil has a great ability to heal damaged skin, small wounds, cracks, blisters.

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Cape Mahogany (Trichilia emetica):
the source of Mafura Butter, it is a beautiful, slow-growing evergreen tree found across Southern Africa. The high content of palmitic and oleic acids in Mafura Butter has been found to have good skin permeation enhancing properties, along with antioxidant properties. Mafura butter has also been shown to have antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory activity thanks to the presence of limonoids, such as Trichilin A and to effectively scavenge free radicals.

Mafura

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Moringa (Moringa oleifera):

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Blackcurrant (Ribes nigrum):

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Geranium (Pelagornium graveolens):

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Clary Sage (Salvia sclarea):

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Rosmary (Rosmarinus officinalus):

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Coco (Cocos nucifera):

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Peppermint (Mentha piperita):

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Spearmint (Mentha spicata):

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Fennel (Trichilia emetica):

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Petitgrain Bigarade (Citrus aurantium):