The Essential Homemaker Nourishing Tonic for Hair and Skin is a non-toxic, rich and versatile tonic that addresses dry/distressed skin and hair. This tonic hydrates, moisturizes and repairs both skin and hair. It protects and reduces the damaging effects of the sun and wind, provides deep-level moisture, improves hair's elasticity and tensile strength and balances both skin and hair.

 

This tonic is a great night time treatment to nourish and revitalize the skin and hair. I use this oil after mowing, riding around with the windows/top down, enjoying some pool time or after spending the day at the game. It's one of my go-to treatments!

 

To use: Apply a few drops to ends of your hair to address dry or split ends at night. Apply a small amount all over the hair to hydrate and nourish the hair, and/or apply to exposed skin to address and protect against environmental distress. Use sparingly. A small amount goes a long way!

 

Avocado oil:

Skin repair/reduces sun damage

Reduces signs of aging

Deep layer moisture

Eczema/psoriasis

Boosts collagen & tensile strength of skin

 

Argan oil:

Reduces sun damage

Nourishing and revitalizing

 

Marula oil:

High anti-oxidant levels

Treats split ends

Ultra-hydrating and moisturizing    

Improves elasticity

 

Cedarwood:

Eczema

Skin damage

Improves skin tone

Evens complexions

 

Geranium:

Under eye circles

Hydrates and moisturizes

 

Sandalwood:

Healing

Balances oils

Moisturizing

Eczema

Nourishes dry skin and hair

 

Lavender:

Protects the hair and skin from environmental stress

Balances oil production in skin and hair

Nourishing Tonic for Skin and Hair

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  • Unrefined Marula Oil, Avocado Oil, Argan Oil, with Cedarwood, Geranium, Lavender, and Sandalwood essential oils.

  • For skin-

    Absorbtion Level 2:  absorbs fairly quickly

    Anti-aging Level 2:  low to moderate level of anti-aging ingredients

 

 

 

 

 

The Essential Homemaker

by Andrea Turner

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