Spring is just around the corner, and I don’t know about you but she can’t come soon enough! I’m so ready for picnics and bushwalks and flowers! So to get in the mood for flower season I’ve been looking at all of the petals we feature in our products and their properties. Flowers are a big part of Scrubba Body, simply because they have so many natural superpowers. Here are just a few that we love and use.
As well as smelling insanely lush and luxurious, rose is a super heavy hitter when it comes to your skin. Roses have antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties, which is great for reducing redness on the skin and treating any blemishes and puffiness. Roses are also a natural astringent, so they can help tighten your pores and hydrate your skin!
Hibiscus' high mucilage content improves the skin's capacity to retain moisture, which is essential for maintaining a youthful appearance. Hibiscus's naturally moisturising properties help skin stay hydrated, soft, and supple for longer, preventing dry, dull skin. Hibiscus is also known as nature’s Botox, so do what you will with that information.
Lavender is reported to be good for minimizing the appearance of scars, thus being useful for healing skin after a blemish. When used in skincare products the effect of lavender's amazing compounds minimize redness with its natural anti-inflammatory properties. Not to mention the soothing, calming effect of the flower’s fragrance.
Many different skin issues that might result in dry, itchy, or irritated areas of skin can be relieved with calendula. It calms eczema, dermatitis, and dandruff symptoms on the skin as it is a strong anti-inflammatory. Calendula contributes to the maintenance of calmed, hydrated skin by encouraging the development of collagen, a necessary protein for radiant skin. Your skin can benefit from fatty acids like the linoleic acid found in calendula flowers. They enable your skin cells to absorb nutrients and retain water for a longer period, which is fantastic for people who have dry skin. In other words, using products containing calendula can result in skin that is smoother, more supple, and better nourished.
The anti-inflammatory effects of camomile soothe redness. According to studies, camomile aids in the body's defence against the prostaglandins that cause inflammation. Because of this, camomile is a fantastic component for those with sensitive skin, as well as for those who suffer from inflammatory diseases like rosacea and sunburn. It assists in minimising DNA damage brought on by excessive UV exposure in cases of sunburns. Due to the quantity of flavonoids and phytochemicals in camomile, it has been used medicinally for a very long time. The look of fine lines, wrinkles, and scars is improved by these nutrients' ability to combat damaging free radicals and hasten cell regeneration.
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