Another tip from Changing Habits for using food as your skin care!
Inca Inchi Oil, like many oils is not only good as a food to take internally but is also a fabulous oil to use on your face and skin. My husband and I have a bottle of our Changing Habits Inca Inchi Oil in the bathroom, which we use as an all over moisturiser.
I recently noticed a company selling their 30ml Inca Inchi face oil with
essential oils for $95.00. Adding essential oils to our Changing Habits 250ml Inca Inchi Oil, available for just $24.97, seems a far more economical
The Inca Inchi seed is native to the Peruvian Amazon rainforest, which has been growing wildly and freely for a few thousand years. The oil is pressed from the seeds, which have higher fatty acid and Vitamin E content than Rosehip. Vitamin E exists in eight different forms of isomers (four tocopherols and four tocotrienols – the latter being more potent in free radical fight power). All of these forms are found within the Inca Inchi, giving your skin and body broad vitamin E antioxidant activity.
Inca Inchi’s fine molecular structure means it penetrates the skin faster than Rosehip. And, that’s what you want from a skin oil. The Inca Inchi oil has the potential to give you glowing skin and stay better protected, compared to taking weeks to get from many other oils. 50ml of Inca Inchi Oil mixed with five drops of Frankincense essential oil from twenty8.com creates a wonderful daily skin treatment.
Frankincense oil promotes regeneration of healthy cells and also keeps the existing cells and tissues healthy. When you combine this aspect of Frankincense oil with its powerful astringent capabilities, you have a potent anti-aging quality that Frankincense oil is often used for. It can help you to eliminate sun spots, remove micro-wrinkles around the eyes and cheeks, and generally tone and tighten skin all over your body, while simultaneously replacing old or dying cells with new, healthy ones!