Supercharge Your Beauty Routine with Dilo Oil

Supercharge Your Beauty Routine with Dilo Oil

The quest for soft, supple skin is on the mind of every beauty conscious woman in the world. Dry, flaky skin is inevitable due to harsh climates, negative lifestyle choices and the use of chemical laden beauty products. Your skin is the largest organ of your body and as a result should be taken care of with the utmost care and attention. So why do we keep treating it with toxic chemicals? Eating clean and natural is recommended by experts for our internal self so why shouldn’t we do the same for our skin? Natural skin care for face and body is quickly becoming the norm in the beauty world. The shelves of the beauty department are chock full of products containing all sorts of miracle oils, each with their own slew of benefits for your skin. Natural oils have been used for centuries from head to toe, and there’s good reason for it. Oils such as coconut, argan and jojoba are popular oils and have been touted as miracle oils for both skin and hair, each with their own extensive list of benefits. Coconut oil, for example, has in recent years become all the rage in the beauty world. But it’s not the only oil making waves in skincare. Dilo oil is quickly building a following among those searching for soft, supple skin.

Rare and rich, dilo oil is a precious extract from a nut found only on the windward side of the pristine Island of Fiji. The dilo tree was once believed to be a sacred gift from nature and as such is widely admired for its healing powers. Dilo oil is cold pressed at the source, which helps maintain its molecular structure, and is readily absorbed through the skin. It contains essential fatty acids, such as oleic and linoleic acids, that soothe irritation and inflammation while simultaneously healing and repairing the skin. Dilo oil is especially rare in that it is the only oil to contain Calophyllic acid, an essential fatty acid that stimulates the healing process by promoting the growth of new tissue – resulting in accelerated wound and scar tissue healing and the growth of new healthy skin. Calophyllic acid also has a reconstructive and hydrating effect, which works to firm and tone the skin and smooth fine lines.

So what does this mean for our skin and how does this change how we care for it? Because dilo oil is fast absorbing, it works in harmony with the skin’s own lipid layer, and helps to strengthen the skin’s moisture barrier. This in turn improves skin’s hydration, the look of firmness and elasticity, evens skin tone, and helps to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. When used as part of your skincare routine, dilo oil enhances the natural beauty of your skin, immediately increasing both its radiance and hydration. Dilo oil has also been used for centuries as a soothing and healing treatment for almost any form of skin irritation from sunburn to insect bites and rashes. Pure Fiji has created a line of natural skincare products containing dilo oil that are designed to rejuvenate and rescue dry skin. Their line of body butters, bath therapies and body gels are packed with soothing and nourishing ingredients that will revive and restore even the most dry and irritated skin.  Pure Fiji even has a body spray that can be used to soothe, moisturize and nourish skin irritated by sunburn, dehydration, rashes or shaving.

For centuries women have been protecting and rejuvenating their skin with natural oils harvested from all over the world. Today the beauty world has taken on the use of oils in natural skincare with full force. While the focus has mainly been on facial oils, the phenomenon has moved beyond the face to the protection and care of the skin all over our bodies. It is apparent that natural skincare products containing dilo oil are the key to rejuvenating dry, irritated skin. There’s good reason this oil has been used on the Islands of Fiji for so many years. So don’t wait, get out there and try it for yourself! Revive and restore your skin’s natural beauty with body butters, creams and gels containing this coveted oil.

Posted: Wed, Feb 24th, 2016

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