How is peach oil used in cosmetology?
Cosmetology without the use of essential oils is unthinkable, because the useful natural substances that are contained in them have always been and are the main assistants of beauty and health. Peach oil is widely used in cosmetology, and I suggest to get acquainted with it in more detail.
Peach seed oil (Oleum Persicorum) is produced by cold pressing from peach seed kernels. Everybody knows the peach fruit: it is spherical and velvety, with a groove on one side, and inside it there is a large wrinkled-grooved bone with dotted dimples, where the bitter nut of an oblong shape with the smell of almond is hidden. About 400 years ago, the peach was brought to the countries of Central Asia from China, and from here it was gradually spread to such countries as Italy, France, Turkey, Bulgaria, Spain, Hungary, Romania, the USA, Japan, the countries of Central Asia and Transcaucasia, Moldova, Dagestan, the Black Sea coast of the North Caucasus and the Crimea. Peaches are very fond of the sun and warmth, and this wonderful tree lives quite a bit, only 10−15 years. Peach oil is widely used in cosmetology, thanks to its undoubted “skin revitalizing” properties. What does “skin revitalization” mean? First, it is necessary to note the nutrition of the skin. This is followed by hydration and regeneration. Peach oil helps prevent dehydration, maintains the firmness and elasticity of absolutely all skin types, smoothes wrinkles. Separately, I would like to note its benefit for inflamed sensitive skin due to the content of vitamin E, which has an antioxidant effect, vitamin A, which maintains the integrity of skin cells, vitamin B15, which, in turn, has high biological activity. It should also be noted that this cosmetic oil prevents premature aging of the skin and stimulates metabolic processes. With prolonged use, peach oil is able to strengthen the blood vessels and clean the pores. Since it is not very quickly absorbed into the skin, it is also important to note here that it is very well suited for massage and does not stretch the skin, because the fingers slide along it ideally during massage (the remaining oil from the massage can be easily removed with a dry napkin: put it on your face and just blot). Peach oil makes the skin soft and velvety. Indications for use: – suitable for the care of any type of skin, and especially effective for sensitive, inflamed and fading skin; – smoothes fine mimic wrinkles; – contributes to the restoration of skin elasticity (note, especially cellulite); – contributes to the restoration of skin elasticity; – gives the skin a healthy beautiful color; – helps in the care of brittle and dry hair; – used for the care of eyelashes and eyebrows; – used for massage; – it is very widely used as a base oil to create aromatic cosmetic mixtures with essential oils; – Used (even!) To remove makeup. Methods of application Peach oil in cosmetology can be used both in pure form and in various mixtures with other cosmetic oils. It will be perfectly combined in a 1: 1 composition with almond oil, jojoba oil, avocado, wheat germ and is perfect for skin care of the face, hands and body. Peach oil for cleansing the skin: soak a cotton pad in the oil and clean the skin on the massage lines until the next disc is clean. Hot oil mask Wet cotton napkin (soak it in hot water beforehand and thoroughly squeeze) blot 20−25 drops of peach oil and apply on face and neck for 20−30 minutes, covered with a terry towel on top. This mask is recommended to preserve the elasticity and elasticity of the skin, it is recommended to do it 1 or 2 times a month. This mask is ideal for age-related changes of the skin, and is also effective for reducing the negative impact of various “artificial” cosmetics on the skin. For massage, peach oil can be used both in pure form and in combination with essential oils, starting from a ratio of 1–2 drops of essential oil to 1 tablespoon of basic peach oil. As an anti-cellulite agent: Add 1–2 drops of orange, mandarin or grapefruit essential oil to 1 tablespoon of peach oil and massage into problem areas with massage movements. For eyelid skin care, peach oil can be used alone or in combination with jojoba oil or avocado daily 1-2 times a day, lubricating the eyelids or making applications for 15-20 minutes for 10-15 days. Using such applications, you eliminate the inflammation of the eyelids and prevent the appearance of wrinkles. Peach oil is no less effective for lip care. As well as for eyelid skin care, you can use it in its pure form or with avocado oil, jojoba oil or wheat germ (1: 1). You can prepare this composition: 1 tablespoon of peach oil and 1-2 drops of essential oil of lemon balm.