Bulgarian Rose Oil calms and heals inflamed or broken skin structure, such as eczema, sunburn or broken veins.
2) PASSION FLOWER OIL contains lycopene, which assists the skin in recovering from sun induced damage. Lycopene is a red colored carotenoid, and is a top anti-aging component.
It contains 72% linolenic acid, (Omega-3), which is good for inflammatory and extra-dry conditions of the skin, like redness, flakyness, and eczema.
There have been many reports if it healing acne, because this oil is anti-inflammatory, and it is used for any skin problem in which their is redness, swelling, or itching.
Passion Flower Oil is a powerful antioxidant, so it scavenges free radicals, thus preventing our tissues from damage and aging.
Chamomile is superbly moisturizing, for mature or dry facial skin, and cracked, body skin.
Chamomile is antiseptic and antibacterial, so use it for acne, boils, wounds, and folliculitis.
This amazing oil is also anti-fungal, so can be used for athlete’s foot, thrush (candida or yeast infections), and ringworm.
4) HIBISCUS FLOWER OIL – The big breakthrough in Hibiscus Oil is helping men and women with baldness. This amazing oil helps rejuvenate the scalp, to stimulate hair growth. Scientific studies are currently being conducted, to find out exactly which compounds are responsible for this.
Hibiscus contains some of the same flavonoids, polyphenols and anthocyanins as red wine. These are potent antioxidants, which protect the skin from DNA damage which leads to premature aging.
Hibiscus Oil is rich in antioxidants Vitamin C and E, and very high in essential fatty acids, making it a premium anti-aging oil. Hibiscus Oil soaks into the skin without leaving a greasy feel, and is recommended for all skin types.
Unusual flavonoids in Hibiscus Seed Oil, such as hibiscetin, and eugenol, may be the reason Hibiscus Oil has such a broad anti-microbial effect on the skin, which means that it reduces skin irritations and inflammations, which may not respond to regular medication.
Hibiscus Oil, rich in fatty acids, improves the level of skin moisture, decreases fine lines, improves elasticity and helps skin to regenerate.
5) LAVENDER FLOWER ESSENTIAL OIL is cytophyllactic, which means that it increases cell renewal to levels found in youth, so use it for: scars, wrinkles, burns, and stretch marks.
Anti-inflammatory Lavender Essential Oil calms or cures: eczema, psoriasis, hemorrhoids, diaper rash.
Antibacterial Lavender is effective on acne, cystitis, wounds, and boils.
6) CALENDULA FLOWER OIL, also known as Marigold Flower Oil, is suitable for sensitive skins and babies.
Its anti-inflammatory properties are due to its triterpenoids, which alleviate diaper rash, and infant’s scrapes, bruises and insect bites.
A staggering 19 carotenoids have been identified in Calendula’s petals, which act as antioxidants, effectively healing damaged skin.
People who suffer from dermatitis, psoriasis and eczema, can benefit from the topical application of Calendula Oil, as it can reduce the skin inflammation of such conditions.
You can use Calendula Oil for scars, or for preventing or reducing the formation of scar tissue, so its the perfect pregnancy oil. Calendula flower oil can increase the skin’s collagen levels, and this is the reason why it can prevent the formation of stretch mark or scar.
ARE THERE ANY PRECAUTIONS TO FLOWER OILS?
Oils such as Hibiscus Flower Oil and Marigold Flower Oil, are not essential oils, are not concentrates, and therefore do not need to be diluted before use, or have dangers associated with them.
Hibiscus Flower Oil is simply a plant oil, which has been pressed from hibiscus seeds, and is as harmless as sunflower oil, which has been pressed form sunflower seeds.
Calendula Flower Oil is made by infusing calendula (marigold flowers), in sunflower oil. and is completely safe to use, as is.
Passion Flower Oil, also known as Passion Fruit Seed Oil, has been pressed from the seeds of the passion fruit, and is safe to use, directly on the skin, without any need for dilution.