Olea Europaea (Olive) Leaf Extract
Olive leaves rich in a natural blend of bioflavonoids and polyphenols.
- Anti ageing
- Anti irritation, anti redness
- Anti-inflammation, anti-acne
- Anti bacterial
- Increasing skin and hair hydration
- Improving skin elasticity
Acts as free radical scavenger, it’s known that the olive tree is redundant against insect and bacterial damage because its leaves rich in oleuropein. This ingredient has pharmacological activities including antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, anti-atherogenic, anti-cancer activities, antimicrobial activity, antiviral activity, hypolipidemic and hypoglycemic effect. Anti UV-skin damage.
is the most powerful natural antioxidant currently known. Well-documented studies confirm its anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, antioxidant and cardioprotective health benefits.
Has the capacity to regenerate vitamin C after it neutralizes a free radical, thus helping to restore its antioxidant potential. Vitamin C plays a critical role in producing collagen, an important component of capillary walls as well as the sustaining framework of the epidermis; this could have a dramatic impact on the health of your skin.
Rutin has the ability to protect skin from damage caused by advanced glycation end products (AGEs). AGEs accelerate the aging of skin cells, which cause the skin to lose elasticity and collagen. One clinical study found that rutin can effectively modulate the breakdown of collagen caused by AGEs.
Rutin’s ability to provide microvascular protection, improve circulation, and defend against free radical damage makes it an excellent ingredient in any natural skin care formulation for aging skin. Also, because rutin can penetrate the skin, its use in a topical skin care formulation makes it extremely valuable.
Prevent DTH Hormones production.
DTH hormones cause the follicle shaft to narrow, leading to hair loss. Olive ingredients inhibit this from happening.
Boost Scalp Health.
Olive is rich in antioxidants that help wards off the damaging free radicals. It can also reduce the damage of harsh hair care products or overuse of these products.
Olive is a natural conditioner which has been used for centuries to make hair shiny and smooth.
Keeps fungi and bacteria at bay.
Olive has anti-parasitic properties that fight dandruff, head lice, and other parasites that can contribute to hair loss and reduces the overall health of the hair.
Improve blood circulation.
Olive can easily penetrate in the scalp; it particularly produces thicker hair strands.