The origins and history of the lawyer
A plant native to Central America, the avocado tree is appreciated for its fruit throughout the world. Originally cultivated from Mexico to Peru, it only appeared on our plates around the 1950s to share its smoothness and benefits with us.
The virtues of the lawyer
Rich in minerals, trace elements, vitamins and carotene, avocado has many virtues. In particular, it helps fight digestive and cardiovascular problems and reduces cholesterol levels.
Its benefits don't stop there! It is also excellent for the skin. Rich in antioxidants, it prevents skin aging and protects the hair.
Avocado oil in cosmetics
Due to its high content of unsaponifiable compounds and its richness in omega3s, avocado oil has regenerative and rehydrating properties that make it an ingredient of choice in the manufacture of cosmetics.
Recognized as a powerful anti-wrinkle agent, it is used for the formulation of facial treatments intended for dry and / or dehydrated skin. It helps restore the protective hydrolipidic barrier of thirsty skin.
Avocado oil is also very effective in fighting stretch marks. It tones, softens and restructures the epidermis. It helps to keep the skin supple, young and soft. Easily absorbed by the skin, it deeply hydrates the layers of the epidermis.
Hair also benefits from the benefits of avocado oil. By strengthening them, it prevents their fall. Stimulating the growth of the scalp, it restores radiance, thickness and shine to the hair.
It is one of the key ingredients in our Kadalys Nutritive Valuable Green Banana Oil which nourishes, strengthens and repairs skin and hair for strength and shine. An ultra dry oil which is also perfect as an after shave treatment. Soft and satiny, the skin remains delicately scented.