FACIAL CARE WITH CAMELIA OIL
Within daily care, facial care plays a very important role. Camellia oil is an ideal product for such care as it can be used as oil for the face ( facial oil ) since it is a dry oil and light that absorbs quickly into the skin of the face, which is why it is considered a magnificent facial oil. It is a powerful antioxidant thanks to its richness in proteins and vitamins (A, B, E), it maintains the youth and freshness of the skin and its continued use improves facial flexibility. It is also widely used to treat fine lines of wrinkles as an anti-wrinkle oil.
Due to its properties it eliminates and homogenizes the tone of the skin by eliminating stains (anti-stain oil).
The natural oil with the fastest Absorption and the longest Hydration
Its exceptional results on the face have made it used since ancient times in Japan and China and today it is used in a large number of types of anti-aging cream for the face, anti-wrinkle cream and moisturizer.
Acemelia teaches you how to perform the ancestral SAHO RITUAL, inspired by the classical principles of Japanese aesthetics of:
- Simplicity (kanso)
- Subtle beauty (shibui)
- Active calm (seijaku),
Follow the precepts of this Japanese tradition to keep your skin healthy from the inside out.
It is inspired by the tea ceremony, in which a series of careful steps must be followed to prepare a perfect cup.
In this case they are:
- CLEANING: double oil and water cleaning
Three steps, for a single objective: Obtain the luster of smooth, clean skin without impurities.
Do your beauty ritual at home
Scientific studies support that camellia oil is good for the skin because it reduces the symptoms of aging (Jung el at. 2007), has antibacterial activity (Kim et al. 2001), antioxidant activity (Onodera et al. 2006, Piao et al 2011), it is antiallergic (Lee et al. 2008) and does not show cytotoxic effects (Jung et al. 2007).
Aging of the skin is related to the reduction of Type I collagen levels, the main component of the skin’s dermis and the main structural component of the extracellular matrix, and to the loss of transepidermal water from the skin. Both problems are solved with the usual application of pure camellia oil (Jung el at. 2007).
Scientific research (Jung el at. 2007) supports that this oil increases the activity of the type I collagen inducing gene up to three times and significantly accelerates the synthesis of type I procollagen that are subsequently assembled for the formation of collagen molecules. In addition, camellia oil significantly inhibits the secretion of the cytokine TNF-alpha that degrades type I collagen in the skin. Due to this, camellia oil helps to regenerate the elasticity of the skin and reduce wrinkles, marks and stretch marks on the skin. These studies also confirm the reduction in transepidermal water loss (Jung el at. 2007), which makes it an exceptional anti-wrinkle, anti-mark and anti-blemish.