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Face Care & Oil Balance with Grapefruit & Cinnamon - Paradise

Our bestselling face oil that balances sebum and clears the skin. It fights against acne and blemish-prone skin. The combination of the pure essential oils of Grapefruit and Cinnamon and their anti-inflammatory, astringent, antimicrobial and skin-boosting properties make this product a “must have” to clean and purify the layers of the skin.

Grapefruit & Cinnamon
For Normal to Oily Skin

50ml

How to Use

Morning & Evening: put a small amount on your palm and apply it to your face and body. Massage and press oil into the skin to stimulate the lymphatic system. Avoid the eye area.

Benefits

Face & Body Oils bring their nutrients to the deeper layers of the skin, in contrast to creams, where the main skin problems begin. This oil helps unclog the pores, leading to the shrinkage of pimples, reduce the excess of sebum, moisturize and leave your skin clean. All our products are absorbed very well and won’t make the skin oily.

Ingredients

Grapefruit Oil/Citrus Paradisi 

This wonderful oil, with an uplifting and sweet-citric aroma, is astringent, high in antioxidants and known as a natural stress-fighter. It has anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial effects and helps fight bacteria and greasiness that can cause acne blemishes. It is useful for keeping the skin’s immunity strong against daily pollution and sun damage.

Cinnamon Oil/Cinnamomum Cassia

We use the essential oil obtained from the bark of Cinnamon. This spicier and sweeter oil, in contrast with the extract from the leaves, is characterized by its antimicrobial and antioxidants compounds, good for the skin. Decreases inflammation and stimulates libido. Astringent, antifungal and promotes circulation.


ALL INGREDIENTS: Organic cold pressed virgin Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower Seed) oil and Vitus Vinifera (Grapeseed) oil; tocopherol (vitamin E); and essential oils of Citrus Paradisi (Grapefruit), Cinnamomum Cassia (Cinnamon Cassia), Mystica Fragrans (Nutmeg) and Pogostemon Cablin (Patchouli).