All of them are raw, non–refined, not heat treated and not deodorized.
Therefore they still contain all valuable, natural plant substances which constitute good vegetable oils.
These plant substances are what we are looking for our in our specific oil mixtures.
The mixture “RC” is made of oils which have been found helpful for skin suffering from rosacea and/or facial erythrosis.
This oil mixture can be used as an alternative to a body lotion; lotions always contain not only emulsifying agents, but also lots of chemicals to protect the product from bacteria and fungus.
Some time ago I had a customer in my workshop telling me that her (after being to five different doctors over a time period of 3 years) fifth doctor told her to avoid any kind of emulsifying agent, due to it being harmful to her skin. After following this advice her skin recovered over a time period of 6 months.
The thinner the lotion is, the more emulsifyer it contains.
The other chemical components in lotions are there for production or preservation reasons.
The product has to look, smell and feel exactly the same when it leaves the production site, as two/three/four years later on a store shelf.
On our skin these chemicals tend to be irritating; especially on agrivated or ailing skin.
Surprise-surprise: one can get around these chemicals by using specific oil mixtures.
Every natural oil has a different characteristic on our skin and not every oil is good for our skin.
Some oils penetrate deeply, others stay on the surface of our skin; some work like a conveyor for vitamins, minerals and micronutrients. Others help our skin to retain moisture or prevent skin cells from becoming hard and impermeable etc. etc. etc.
Smells lightly of the used vegetable oils – contains no essential oils
Glass bottle* with plactic lotion pump
If possible dark and rather cool
* all glass containers can be returend: click