DescriptionThe beauty of mustard fields is comparable to that of lavender, and like lavender, mustard oil has many valuable health, beauty and culture benefits in India and around the world. It is known as the "plant of long life" and is considered a worthy rival to even the priceless coconut oil. Its application is wide and outside the kitchen:
- It has excellent antifungal and antibacterial properties.
- Generates heat and boosts circulation, making it great for body and scalp massages.
- It is known to fight skin infections
- Improves the strength and elasticity of skin capillaries.
- Successfully deals with pigment spots, is quickly absorbed into the skin and after regular use the skin looks fresh, the complexion evens out and brightens.
- Used to massage the scalp for thickening, fast growth and healthy looking hair.
Studies show that mustard oil is the best oil for dry and exhausted hair because of its ability to stimulate circulation and thus improve the absorption of fatty acids. The scalp is revitalized, the blood reaches the hair follicles, thus making the hair thicker and shiny.
Mustard oil massages are relaxing, reduce pain, tone the skin and contribute to its health. By increasing blood circulation and causing sweating, which reduces body temperature, removes toxins, excess water and salt from the whole body.
Mustard oil is rich in vitamins A, K, P, B6, PP, D, E, Carotene. It also contains a bouquet of useful elements: magnesium, sulfur, sodium, potassium, calcium, glycosides, tocopherols, phospholipids and sinirgin. It contains iron, zinc, selenium, and Omega 3 fatty acids.
How to use: Apply a few drops on clean skin and spread with massage movements.
Composition : INCI: Brassica Juncea (Mustard) Seed Extract *;
* Organic certified ingredients
IMPORTANT : The use of mustard oil is not recommended for young children or babies, as it can cause allergic reactions and skin irritations!