Softens, moisturizes, stimulates and refreshes the skin. A refreshing blend of honey, bergamot and lavender essential oils for thorough care for combination and oily skin and moisture balance
INGREDIENTS: MEL, CITRUS AURANTIUM BERGAMIA FRUIT OIL, LAVANDULA ANGUSTIFOLIA OIL, LIMONENE*, LINALOOL*.
* Linalool, limonene is found in natural essential oils.
Composition: honey, bergamot and lavender essential oils.
Directions for use: For use in the sauna, we recommend leaving the massage honey in the sauna to liquidise. Gently rub and massage warm skin with the honey blend. Stay in a warm place or the steam room for 10-15 min until the body heats up and starts sweating. Afterwards, rinse thoroughly in the shower with warm water, do not use soap, bodywash or shampoo.
Before using the massage honey to cleanse oily skin and blackheads, we recommend keeping it in the fridge so the organic sugars can start to crystallise and the honey sets. Dampen the skin with natural birch hydrolat before the procedure, then carefully massage it with the honey blend (except the brow and under-eye areas) avoiding contact with eyes. The excess honey blend should be removed using a cosmetic wipe soaked with birch or pine hydrolats.
Softens, moisturizes, stimulates and refreshes the skin. A refreshing blend of honey, bergamot and lavender essential oils for thorough care for combination and oily skin and moisture balance.
Honey is one of the best natural skin nourishing, moisturizing and toning substances. It draws moisture from the air and gives the skin a feeling of gentle freshness and pleasant body warmth. Mixtures of honey and essential oils are a great exfoliating and cleansing agent with a moisturizing effect! You can try all this not only during the sauna treatments, but also in your own home SPA.
The essential oils of bergamot and lavender in the honey mixture help to solve the problems of blackened skin by neutralizing the negative effects of bacteria with antiseptic properties. The aroma of bergamot oil wonderfully refreshes, lifts the mood and helps to relax.
Honey and its mixtures with essential oils help to restore the necessary moisture of the skin, give it firmness, but do not promote oiliness.
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