Monday, May 23, 2011

So Why Nutriganics?

Now after using the product for almost 2 weeks, I can clearly say, why not? If you are in the 30-40/5 years old and you are looking for a daily skincare routine that not to heavy as other anti aging products may be and not light as you're not in your 20's anymore and moisturizer is just not enough. You like being natural, eco friendly, fair as in community trade, so those farmers got what they deserve to got, love recycle and want to protect the earth more, then Nutriganics from The Body Shop is your skincare match.

Certified by Ecocert, Nutriganics is a guarantee of an organic products that respect the earth and helps the earth while be more responsible by reducing packaging and promoting the use of ingredients from organics farms.

The ingredients used in Nutriganics are Olive Oil that are well known for its natural property to give our skin nourishment, protect the skin from free radical, gives the skin moisture, Vitamin E, and to help skin disorder, rash, eczema, sunburn, and many more, there's even a research to linked Olive oil helps fighting skin cancer.

Red Grapes from the skin to the flesh itself are known for antioxidant, gives the skin a refreshed look and help to tone and refined tired skin. It also contain a lot of juicy vitamins to protect the skin.

Plaintain known as a miracle plant that help skin healing process and fight skin infection.

As for Babassu Oil, here's what I got from Wikipedia:

Babassu oil or cusi oil is a clear light yellow vegetable oil extracted from the seeds of the babassu palm (Attalea speciosa), which grows in the Amazon region of South America. It is a non-drying oil used in food, cleaners and skin products. This oil has properties similar to coconut oil and is used in much the same context. It is increasingly being used as a substitute for coconut oil. Babassu oil is about 70% lipids, in the following proportions:[1]

Fatty acid Percentage
Lauric 50.0%
Myristic 20.0%
Palmitic 11.0%
Oleic 10.0%
Stearic 3.5%

Lauric and myristic acids have melting points relatively close to human body temperature, so babassu oil can be applied to the skin as a solid that melts on contact. This heat transfer can produce a cooling sensation. It is an effective emollient.

What does it meant? Babassu Oil is usually used in soap making process and it's property:

In skin care, Babassu Oil is used for its soothing, protective and emollient properties. Babassu Oil penetrates quickly and does not leave a greasy after feel.
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So, these are (some) key ingredients from Nutriganics that I try to open more since after using the products for a week I found all of those ingredients do the job exactly as it was said. It doesn't leaves my skin oily yet it gives the nourishment it need. My skin feel toned, refreshed, smoother, less problems as in redness, enough moisture, firmer, more lifted, less saggy and fine lines, less giant pores, overall, I look younger.

So why don't you try it?

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