AMG Naturally Botanical Elixir
This botanical elixir for skin and hair contains a synergistic blend of Moringa oil with Sacha Inchi oil. By pairing Moringa oil’s potent antioxidants and anti-inflammatories and high oleic acid content (also found in Olive oil known for healthy Mediterranean skin) with the high omega 3 content of the Sacha inchi plant, this elixir provides a much-needed, healing tonic for stressed hair and skin. This oil combination is ideal for combating the signs of aging and dryness of face, hands, and extremities. With continued use, this elixir has the potential of ridding acne, rosacea, psoriasis, eczema and redness of the skin.
AMG Products are :
- Non Toxic
- Medical Grade
- Plant Based
- Non Animal Cruelty
- Non GMO
- Gluten Free
Moringa oil, Sacha Inchi oil, Essential oil blend of Lavender, Rose, Eucalyptus and Ylang Ylang.
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- Promotes tissue repair and skin rejuvenation
- Antiseptic, Anti-inflammatory and Anti-fungal
- Reduces free radical damage for younger looking skin
- Skin looks more radiant
- Healing sunburn and protects skin with built-in anti-inflammatories
- Dry, chapped lips and hands (common this winter!)
- Dark circles under the eyes
- Eye puffiness
- Put on after lipstick that makes lips dry
Directions for use:
Apply oil to the skin, hands and hair. Also consider applying to problem areas such as psoriasis of the elbows or scalp, or eczema prone areas.
Use daily, prior to make-up, for a clear, matte finish with beautiful shine.
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Different parts of the Moringa plant contain a profile of important minerals, and are a good source of protein, vitamins, beta-carotene, amino acids and various glucosinolates.