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In the past , women had to seek medication or plants that were available in their environment.

Care products to treat skin are not always packaged properly and are made from ingredients that really hard to find.

Mediterranean approach

Romans used olive oil to clean, hydrate and rejuvenate skin. Once you ischistele skin with steam, it machkale body with olive oil and stone used for peeling and cleansing the skin. Olive oil is rich in vitamins A, D and E, and therefore acts as an antioxidant when you put on the skin. It also helps to reduce the impact of free radicals on the skin.

Beneficial oil juniper

The essential oil of juniper is used in alternative medicine since ancient times for many problems. Although it helps in treating skin problems, juniper has always been used for respiratory problems, improve memory, relieve menstrual pain, inflammation and bloating. Oil is extracted from berries and bark of spruce. In the Middle Ages women have used this oil to treat acne and eczema, as well as skin tightening and narrowing

Herbal remedies

Women in India used lemon grass to reduce pores and temporarily strengthen the skin. Lemongrass has antibacterial herb and women have used the essential oil of lemon grass  for tightening the skin surface to achieve a youthful appearance (skin look  younger and tighter) as well as to treat skin infections. A few drops of lemon grass in a warm bath also helps reduce cellulite and clean the skin from acne.

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In the past , women had to seek medication or plants that were available in their environment. Care products to treat skin are not always packaged properly and are made from ingredients that really hard to find. Mediterranean approach Romans used olive oil to clean, hydrate and rejuvenate skin. Once you ischistele...