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This facial oil hydrates skin and prevents moisture loss. It contains vitamins, minerals, proteins for beautiful and...
Arnica has long been used for its skin healing properties.
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The oil has a high linoleic acid content and is also high in Vitamins A and C and potassium. Linoleic acid is one of...
Arnica montana is endemic to Europe, from southern Iberia to southern Scandinavia and the Carpathians. It is absent from the British Isles and the Italian and Balkan Peninsulas.
Arnica montana grows in nutrient-poor silcaceous meadows up to nearly 3000 m. It is rare overall, but may be locally abundant. It is becoming rarer, particularly in the north of its distribution, largely due to increasingly intensive agriculture. In more upland regions, it may also be found on nutrient-poor moors and heaths.
Arnica has long been used in skin care preparation for its properties. It has no scent. This Arnica is at 20% infusion and therefore not suitable for direct application to the skin as it is too strong. It should be further blended with creams and oils to form a custom blend.
Arnica blends well with Bergamot, Frankincense, Geranium, Orange, Mandarin, Neroli, Palmarosa, Rose, Rosewood and Sandalwood.
Steeped Arnica montana flowers in Organic Sunflower
Benzyl Farnesol, Geranoil, Nerol, Terpineol (Alochols), Linalyl acetate, Methyl anthranilate (Esters), Jasmone (Ketone), Eugenol (Phenol).