The Borage vegetable oil is known in aromatherapy for its skin regenerating powers. This 100% organic vegetable oil softens the skin and gently revitalises the skin tissue. Known properties*: Skin and tissue regenerator - skin softener - skin revitaliser *« Aromathérapie pratique et usuelle » by Michel Faucon, Editions Sang de la Terre
How to use
HOW TO USE
Oral administration / dermal administration
Organic Borage vegetable oil can be taken orally or be applied locally on the skin.
50 mL Evening Primrose vegetable oil + 50 mL organic Borage vegetable oil. Mix well and take 1 to 3 teaspoons a day, as part of, for example, the seasoning of your salads, for about 2 months.
1 mL Helichrysum (Curry Plant) essential oil + 0.5 mL Common Lavender essential oil + 10 mL Rosehip seed vegetable oil + 5 mL Jojoba vegetable oil + 5 mL Wheat germ vegetable oil + 5 mL organic Borage vegetable oil. Apply 2 to 3 times a day.
20 drops Common Lavender essential oil + 10 drops Geranium Bourbon essential oil + 5 mL Wheat germ vegetable oil + 15 mL Macadamia nut vegetable oil + 10 mL organic Borage vegetable oil. Apply gently 1 to 3 times a day.
10 drops Mandarin Orange essential oil + 5 drops Geranium Bourbon essential oil + 5 mL Wheat germ vegetable oil + 15 mL Rosehip seed vegetable oil + 10 mL organic Borage vegetable oil. Massage regularly 3 times a day.
- Botanical name - Borago officinalis
- Part of plant used - Ripe seeds
- Geographical origin - Mediterranean regions
- Type of culture - Organic
- Mode of extraction - 1st cold press extraction
- Quality - Essential Oil Scientifically Defined (HESD) 100% pure and natural
Cosmetic, aesthetic, anti-aging, antiwrinkle, devitalized skin, tired skin, dermatology excipient (pruritus, eczema, psoriasis)
Cosmetic excipient, skin and tissue regeneration, softening (elasticity, toning), revitalizing, cholesterol and triglyceride regulation (V.O)
0.2% omega-3, 60% omega-6, of which 23% acid gamma-linolenic (rare!), 18% omega-9, 20% vitamin E and 14.2% saturated fatty acids, vitamin A, D, K