Inlight Organic Body Oil with Arnica 100ml
To nourish and rejuvenate the skin, increasing its elasticity. For best results, apply after a hot shower or bath.
The oils used in this formulation, rich in Vitamin E and essential fatty acids, have been blended with the particular aim of nourishing and rejuvenating the skin and increasing its elasticity.
At the same time, the herbs selected for their healing, anti-oedemic and anti-inflammatory properties make this oil particularly useful for all kinds of body and therapeutic massage, both in preparing for sporting activities and treating subsequent injuries.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE:
Pour a little oil into the palm of your hand and massage into the body with a circular motion. For maximum benefit and best absorption we recommend applying the product after a hot shower or bath.
This product is suitable for vegetarians and is compatible with homeopathic treatment.
Soil Association Certified.
Sesamum indicum – sesame oil – nourishing, antioxidant
Olea europaea – olive oil – soothing, antioxidant
Buxus chinensis – jojoba oil – nourishing, to promote elasticity
Prunus armeniaca – apricot kernel oil – soothing, nourishing
Macadamia integrifolia – macadamia oil – regenerating, nourishing
Oenothera biennis – evening primrose oil – antioxidant, regenerating
Arnica montana – arnica – anti-oedemic
Lavandula angustifolia – lavender – anti-inflammatory, cytophylactic
Cymbopogon martinii – palmarosa – to regulate sebum, toning
Pelargonium graveolens – rose geranium – anti-congestant, anti-inflammatory
Plantago major – plantain – to promote tissue healing
Calendula officinalis – marigold – to promote tissue healing, regenerating
Hamamelis virginiana – witch hazel – toning, astringent
Rosa canina – rose hip – antioxidant
Pogostemon cablin – patchouli – anti-inflammatory, to promote tissue healing
Cananga odorata – ylang ylang – toning
Allergens: geraniol, linalool, d-limonene, citronellol, citral, farnesol **
** Allergens are natural constituents found in some of the organic essential oils we use and, even though they are present in a very low percentage, by law we have to list them.