Our amazing Rejuvenation Serum does just that! It improves the quality of your skin at a cellular level.

It is packed with Helichrysum, Rose Hip oil and Vitamin E in a Jojoba oil carrier.

  • Heals acne scars and burn scars
  • Reduces wrinkles and fine lines
  • Improves skin texture
  • Improves elasticity and the formation of collagen

Read more about Jojoba oil, Helichrysum oil, Rose hip oil and Vitamin E  benefits  for the skin below.

Helichrysm oil:

Helichrysum oil promotes cell health, encourages the recycling of dead cells, and stimulates the production of new cells. This helps in the overall growth and repair of the body.

Helichrysum oil promotes cell health, encourages the recycling of dead cells, and stimulates the production of new cells. This helps in the overall growth and repair of the body.

This oil does not allow your wounds to become septic. It can be safely applied to wounds, cuts, pricks, and any other open sores that may attract infection.

Helichrysum Oil inhibits microbial growth and protects the body against a long list of microbial infections.

This property of helichrysum essential oil makes your wounds and cuts heal quickly and scar marks disappear fast. It is equally effective in clearing up spots left on your skin by pox and boils. Also, helichrysum oil has long been used to fight acne as well.

Rose Hip oil:

The astringent qualities of rose hip oil makes it a valuable addition in cosmetic preparations. It has the ability to help regenerate new skin cells. This can be used to treat scars, acne and burns. While it is an astringent, it does not dry out the skin; actually it helps to rehydrate it, keeping the moisture in. 

Rose hips have a high vitamin A content. Vitamin A is commonly referred to as the “skin vitamin”. It helps to regenerate skin cells, healing wounds and scars. It also helps to keep the skin elastic and nourished. This will not only prevent wrinkles, but can actually help to minimize any that have already appeared.

Vitamin E:

Vitamin E is a vitamin, but if you want to get technical, the term vitamin E actually refers to a group of compounds. “Vitamin E is the name given to [a] family of oil-soluble antioxidants,” explains cosmetic chemist Ni’Kita Wilson. “There are about eight different types” or forms of vitamin E, and of those, “tocopheryl acetate and tocopherol are most commonly found in skin-care products.”

In other words, although there are technically eight chemical forms in which vitamin E naturally occurs, when you see “vitamin E” on your skin-care or supplement packaging, it’s almost always tocopherol. This is the only form of vitamin E that’s recognized to meet human requirements, according to the National Institutes of Health (NIH). Sacred Plants Farmacy uses tocopherol in our Rejuvenating Serum.

Vitamin E is very helpful for a range of skin disorders, as well as skin repair. It assists in various kinds of cellular restoration from sun damage to healing support for scars or burns.

“Free radicals are on a destructive quest to become stable, so they are ready and willing to snatch an electron from anything that comes in its path, including DNA, skin proteins, connective tissues, and cell membranes,” Wilson explains. “The more you can quench the free radicals’ thirst for stability, the better your skin will be protected, which is where vitamin E comes into play.”

Vitamin E fights off free radicals on the skin, which are a result of daily environmental stressors like unprotected sun exposure and air pollution. In fighting off free radicals, vitamin E helps protect the skin from damage.

Additionally, vitamin E has moisturizing and healing benefits, and helps to strengthen skin barrier function. Basically, it’s an all-around workhorse of a vitamin. Vitamin E is also a natural anti-inflammatory, so it can be soothing and help calm the skin. It’s also good for hydrating skin, and serves as a moderately effective natural barrier to the sun.

Considering that it’s also a naturally occurring substance in the body, and it’s also been shown to relieve eczema for some people, sensitivity is really a case-by-case basis that, at this point, cannot be generalized as an allergen.

Vitamin E can posit serious skin benefits. Because vitamin E is oil soluble (meaning it can be delivered through or as an oil), we incorporate it into most of our skin-care products through oils and moisturizers .

When vitamin E is paired with vitamin C, they are even more effective as partners.

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