Thursday, January 29, 2015

Organic organic serum review 2015

The Organic Luxurious Serum is a potent blend of 17 plant and essential oils known for their nourishing properties, plus a boost of natural Vitamin E, providing customizable levels of moisture to the skin. Created with the best certified organic ingredients in small batch.
Formulas are carefully packaged in medicinal-grade violet glass to maintain absolute vitality, freshness and beneficial properties. To archieve the idea formula, expert mixologists mix up to more then 100 blends to create the perfect serum. With I'm fabulous Luxurious serum organic blend you will see immediate improvement in how your skin looks and feels. 

Organic, paraben and chemicals free

1. Apricot Kernel Oil:
Apricot Kernel oil absorbs into skin relatively quickly and is considered non-greasy, so it can be used on virtually any skin type. However, this oil is especially helpful for hydrating and healing very dry skin.
Apricot Kernel oil is one of the best carrier oils for creating skin-healing oil blends. Rich in omega-6 gamma-linolenic acid, Apricot Kernel oil helps to hydrate and nourish skin while vitamins A and E contained in the oil encourage regeneration of skin cells and collagen production to help reduce fine lines and wrinkles.
2. Sweet Almond Oil
Sweet Almond oil contains large amounts of vitamins E and K – meaning that this oil not only helps skin to regenerate and maintain elasticity, it also promotes better circulation. Additionally, Sweet Almond oil is a natural UV blocker, making it ideal for people who spend a lot of time in the sun.
Sweet Almond oil offers the added benefit of being odorless, making it a great choice for those who either don’t enjoy the smell of botanical oils or whose employers do not allow the wearing of scented botanical oils in the workplace. This carrier oil is only lightly oily (about the same consistency of olive oil) and absorbs relatively quickly.

3. Coconut Oil
Coconut oil not only helps to reduce signs of aging, it’s also great for strengthening the epidermis against cellulite, fading stretch marks, and eliminating keratosis pilaris. Coconut oil is a natural sunscreen, so you can use it to guard your skin against sun damage without the use of harmful chemicals. It can even be used to prevent or treat skin infections. 
Organic Virgin Coconut Oil is full of anti-oxidant vitamin E, making it an excellent carrier oil for skin-healing anti-aging serums. Coconut oil is also comprised mainly of medium-chain triglyceride lauric acid, known to be one of the healthiest oils for your skin and body.
4. Avocado Oil
Because avocado oil is so thick, I recommend only using serums with this carrier at night or when you’re planning to stay home for the day. Also, try using avocado oil in combination with another carrier if you find that your anti-aging serum is too sticky.
While Avocado oil is a very thick oil – probably too thick for most people to use on sensitive areas like the face – it is one of the healthiest carrier oils for skin. Avocado oil is rich with vitamins A and E, as well as collagen-boosting plant sterolins.
5. Argan Oil
Argan oil is comprised of roughly 80% fatty acids which work wonders to hydrate skin, restore elasticity, and fade fine lines and wrinkles making this another excellent carrier oil for anti-aging serums. 
6. Rosehip Seed Oil
Rose hip seed oil is also rich in skin nourishing essential fatty acids including omega-6 linoleic acid and omega-3 linolenic acid which help to improve the elasticity, texture, and appearance of skin.  Also, because Rosehip Seed oil is lighter in weight than many other botanical oils used for skin care, it is ideal for people who want flawless skin without the feeling and appearance of an oily complexion.
Rosehip Seed oil may be used as either a carrier oil or an auxiliary ingredient, depending on the recipe. This incredible oil is most well-known for its high concentration (the highest of any pure botanical oil) of natural vitamin A – all-trans retinoic acid (or ATRA as it is often abbreviated.) ATRA is known for its potent ability to reduce the depth of wrinkles, fade fine lines, lighten age spots, and promote over-all healing of damaged skin by boosting the growth rate of new cells and increasing collagen production deep under the skin’s surface.
7. Carrot Seed Oil
Carrot Seed oil is full of antioxident carotenoids which boost the body’s immune response to UV rays, helping to prevent sun damage.  Carotenoids also stimulate the rejuvenation of skin cells, aid in the detoxification process, and can help to heal chronic skin conditions like eczema and psoriasis.
8. Geranium Oil
Geranium oil is an effective anti-inflammatory.  It also helps to lighten age spots and even out overall skin tone.  Geranium oil also improves circulation under the skin’s surface which aids in cell regeneration, making it useful for fading scars, wrinkles, and other visible imperfections in the skin.
9. Sea Buckthorn Berry Oil
Another vitamin-rich essential oil that is excellent for reversing the signs of aging, Sea Buckthorn Berry oil can help to moisturize dry skin, treat acne, and reduce the visibility of other skin conditions like hyperpigmentation and eczema.
10. Pomegranate Seed Oil
Pomegranate Seed oil contains very high concentrations of antioxidants which help to prevent free radical damage and slow the aging process.  Punicic and ellagic acids contained in this essential oil help to nourish skin, enhance elasticity, and promote cell regeneration. Pomegranate Seed oil also protects and heals dry, irritated, burned, or damaged skin such as that affected by eczema or psoriasis.
11. Neroli Oil
Neroli oil is a powerful antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, and antiseptic that is also great for soothing damaged or irritated skin, healing scars, improving circulation, reducing lines and wrinkles, as well as for fading stretch marks.
12. Cypress Oil
Cypress oil helps to improve circulation, strengthen skin, and reduce the appearance of varicose veins and broken capillaries under the skin’s surface.
13. Frankincense Oil
Use Frankincense oil to help regenerate skin cells, reducing the appearance of scars, fine lines, and wrinkles.  Frankincense is also great for tightening up sagging skin, evening tone, and balancing skin’s pH.
14. Lemon Oil
Lemon oil can help to lighten dark spots, as well as preventing and reducing the appearance of lines and wrinkles.
15. Sandalwood Oil
Sandalwood oil can help to soothe damaged or irritated skin while at the same time fading scars, lines, and wrinkles to smooth the skin’s surface.
16. Myrrh Oil
Use Myrrh oil to help boost skin strength, for a smooth and healthy younger-looking complexion.
17. Rosemary Oil
Rosemary oil helps to tighten skin, reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.  It also acts as a natural preservative for any other oils which may be blended with it.
After trying this amazing serum on my very dry skin I am hooked! This serum is very rich and smell divine. I cannot stop using it. A small drop on my finger in an off for my whole face. I order it directly from the I'm Fabulous cosmetics website. Shipping take about 2 days and usually come with 2 free samples of their fabulous skin care line. 

Tuesday, January 20, 2015

Pomegranate Seed Oil is gaining increased recognition in the cosmetic and soap industry due to its ability to nourish, moisturize and improve skin elasticity.

Pomegranate Seed Oil is gaining increased recognition in the cosmetic and soap industry due to its ability to nourish, moisturize and improve skin elasticity. It has high concentrations of Vitamin C and Vitamin B5. It is a strong anti-oxidant with anti-inflammatory properties. 

Background on Pomegranate Seed Oil:

The pomegranate is a fruit-bearing deciduous shrub that has been cultivated since ancient times. In the global functional food industry, pomegranate is often mentioned among a novel category of exotic plant sources called “superfruits”. The fruit of the pomegranate is actually a berry with thick reddish skin. Providing 16% of an adult’s daily vitamin C requirement per 100 ml serving, pomegranate juice is also a good source of the B vitamin pantothenic acid, potassium and antioxidant polyphenols. The most abundant polyphenols in pomegranate juice are the hydrolysable tannins called punicalagins shown to have potent free-radical scavenging ability in laboratory studies.

Many food and dietary supplements take advantage of pomegranate extracts which have no sugar, calories or additives instead of the juice as healthy ingredients. Many pomegranate extracts are essentially ellagic acid. Ellagic acids is another powerful polyphenol antioxidant shown to reduce heart disease, liver problems as well as promoting wound healing. The powerful antioxidants found in pomegranate can be employed to defend the skin and hair against such harmful elements as free radicals and neutralize their effects. Concurrently, it is packed with minerals and vitamins especially vitamin C vital in protecting and repairing hair and skin.

The seeds surrounding the pulp range in color from white to deep read and are edible. The seeds of the pomegranate can be cold-pressed to produce oil that is a rich source of antioxidants, phytoestrogens, omega-5 conjugated fatty acids, and conjugated linolenic acid (punicic acid). These fatty acids are powerful anti-inflammatory agents and free radical scavengers.

Pomegranate Oil can help to moisturize and nourish the skin helping to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles while helping protect from environmental damage that can cause new ones to form. Organic anti-aging serum with Pomegranate oil are now the new trend for 2015 anti-aging serums. 

Wednesday, January 14, 2015

Beauty Treasures from the Sea

When it comes to thinking about beauty products, chances are you think of name brands, lotions and cleansers available at the local drugstore or shampoos and conditioners sold by your hair dresser. Chances are you might be overlooking what’s under the sea.

It turns out that the sea is the birthplace to several beauty products and treatments. A variety of these products help the skin remain fresh and young (no wonder you can never tell a fish’s age), while giving yourself a sense of renewal.

In particular, seaweed, and the products derived from it, has become a bit of a magic serum when it comes to the skin. It is often utilized as a natural spa treatment, in the form of a seaweed rub for rejuvenating skin.

Seaweed & Kelp 

Everyone knows that vegetables are good for you, but not everyone knows that sea vegetables need to be included in a healthy diet. Kelp and seaweed are loaded with nutrients and are a source of essential vitamins. Kelp is a type of seaweed found in ocean waters all over the world. Seaweed is available in many varieties, including Wakame and Kombu, which are popular in Japanese cuisine, and Dulse, which can be found on the coasts of Ireland and the state of Maine.  Seaweed is an excellent source of minerals, but people with thyroid problems should seek medical advice before consuming kelp, which is high in iodine.


According to the European Food Information Council, seaweed is one of the few vegetables that contain vitamin B12, which is important for a healthy nervous system. Wakame seaweed is a good source of vitamin A. The B vitamins among it’s many functions are well renowned for their ability to combat stress and increase energy levels.  Kelp and other types of seaweed contain measurable amounts of vitamins C, E and K, as well as niacin, folate and choline. In fact, just an ounce of seaweed can provide you with nearly 14 percent of your recommended daily allowance of folate, and one ounce of kelp provides 23 percent of your daily vitamin K needs.

But seaweed is certainly not the only natural spa treatment available. When it comes to beauty, there is an ocean of possibilities, including:

Sea Salts: Sea salts are often derived from the Dead Sea, surrounded by the lowest known area of dry land on our planet. This region produces sea salts that are extremely high in minerals and nutrients. Many cleansers, exfoliating creams and natural spa treatments utilize sea salt as a beauty aide.

Kelp: Sometimes called seaweed, kelp is another natural spa treatment. Kelp can nourish and nurture your skin. Just using a little bit of kelp can help relax and renew your body. It is typically sold in strips and can be applied as a mask. Using kelp on its own, or with other beauty treatments, is an ideal way to keep your face looking and feeling fresh. Dr Stone, M.D swear by the Luxe Organic Cleanser and the Organic Seaweed Age Reverse Toner handmade with seaweed. It is a great anti-aging and skin brightener daily cleanser. 

The benefits of seaweed, or kelp, are not limited to the facial area. Full body, or partial body, seaweed wraps are also commonly used.

Bladderwrack Powder: Bladderwrack powder refers to a type of seaweed that grows along coastlines all over the planet. It is known to contain a variety of vitamins, minerals and amino acids essential to health. Though it can be ingested, Bladderwrack powder is often used topically and the powder can simply be added to other cleaning agents such as masks and wraps.

Irish Sea Moss: Irish Sea Moss is a type of marine algae found in shallow areas of the ocean. It is well known for soothing properties. Like kelp, bladderwrack powder and sea salts, Irish Sea Moss is also great in helping skin stay young and healthy.