Mother Nature’s Secret to Beautiful Skin and Hair
The best-kept secret amid beauty experts is slowly becoming well known among women across the globe: all natural, organic beauty products are the key to gorgeous skin and hair. It would appear that Mother Nature really does have the cure for everything and many beauty brands are trying to ensure their products contain as many natural organic ingredients as possible to reap the benefits of nature’s bounty.
However, one company stands out above the rest. Pure Fiji – a complete line of natural, tropical beauty therapies that contain only the best natural plant extracts that comes naturally to the South Pacific Island of Fiji. Exotic nut oils mixed with powerful plant extracts come together to create skin, body and hair care products that can only be described as pure paradise.
For centuries, the people of the South Pacific have been using exotic, wild harvested nut oils and plant extracts to cleanse, soften and protect their skin and hair. Coconut, macadamia, and dilo oils combine to create a truly unique blend of oils that work together to bring you healthy, beautiful skin. But how exactly does each of these natural, wild harvested oils work to benefit your skin and hair?
Cold pressed coconut oil has long been touted as the wonder oil for both skin and hair. It has been used for centuries in the South Pacific to soften and protect the skin. The use of cold pressed coconut oil on the skin has been shown to improve hydration and serve as an anti-inflammatory ingredient for conditions such as eczema. Coconut oil contains vitamin E, which is essential for healthy skin growth, keeping skin smooth and protecting it from becoming overly dry. It has also been praised for its anti-aging properties and can be used as protection from the sun’s harmful rays.
Coconut oil is not only a wonder ingredient for the skin; it has also been prized as an essential ingredient for gorgeous hair. Regular use of cold pressed coconut oil not only nourishes hair but also protects and strengthens your strands. Coconut oil is also great for your scalp as it has natural anti-fungals and anti-histamines that combat common skin ailments such as psoriasis and dandruff.
While not as well known as coconut oil, macadamia nut oil has just as many amazing beauty benefits. Although macadamia nut oil can be quite thick, it is readily absorbed into the skin and doesn’t leave a greasy or slimy feel. Macadamia nut oil infuses skin with moisture and naturally firms the skin to give you a youthful glow. Like coconut oil, macadamia nut oil contains proteins and vitamin E that help keep skin smooth and glowing.
The benefits of macadamia nut oil for hair are just as plentiful. It’s loaded with vitamins and minerals that quench and replenish dry, frizzy hair. Macadamia nut oil is easily absorbed by the hair follicle and scalp, thus making it a great treatment for dandruff.
While coconut oil has long been on the beauty scene as a wonder oil, dilo oil has only just started to become a star in the beauty world. Dilo oil is a rare extract from a nut found only on the island of Fiji. The benefits of dilo oil are plentiful – from anti-aging to the treatment of skin issues. Dilo oil’s unique combination of fatty acids and lipids help to regenerate skin cells to give you healthier skin. The lipids in the oil work as a natural barrier to hold in moisture and prevent dirt and other impurities from breaking through the skin. Dilo oil’s nourishing properties keep skin hydrated and the fatty acids it contains help to smooth fine lines and diminish wrinkles.
Well, there it is, the secret is out - beauty products containing all natural, organic ingredients are the key to gorgeous skin and hair. Truthfully, it’s what these products don’t have that really counts: they are all free of any unnecessary chemicals, fillers, parabens or additives. And really what could be better than a line of all natural beauty products straight from the most beautiful, pristine environment on the planet – that’s why Pure Fiji products are the secret to a beautiful, natural you.
Posted: Thu, Jan 14th, 2016