Beauty & Fashion
10 Top Tissue Oil Tips
For starters, our Tissue Oil is not like some brands that are mainly mineral oil. Instead, pure natural sweet almond and grape seed oil carry high levels of our Bio-Active Rooibos extract and Vitamin E. This multi-purpose oil protects, helps to regenerate, restore and rehydrate and can be used on the skin, nails and hair.
It’s clinically proven to improve the appearance of scars, blemishes, stretch marks, uneven skin tone, dry and dehydrated skin, fine lines and wrinkles, brittle nails and cuticles, and dry, itchy scalps.
It comes in a handy spray bottle, so you can carry one around in your bag and use it twice a day, or as often as needed, for visible results in weeks.
Our Tissue Oil is not tested on animals (approved by Beauty Without Cruelty), and it’s 100% plant based, with no artificial fragrance, colourants or preservatives.
Here are our Top Tissue Oil Tips:
- Spray on to nails and cuticle area and massage in.
- Add a few drops to a warm bath for all-over moisturiser.
- Apply to your hair as a deep treatment, wrap in a towel and leave for five minutes.
- Massage tissue oil into your scalp to relieve flaking and itching.
- Apply to dry skin on your elbows, knees and heels.
- If you like a clean-shaven head, apply after shaving to keep skin smooth, soft and supple.
- Add to your body lotion for deep moisturising power or spray a mist onto legs and arms to avoid that dull, greyish look that winter brings.
- If you are losing weight, or expanding, smooth onto hips, thighs and tummy to tone the skin and avoid stretch marks.
- Keep a bottle in the kitchen to rub into hard-working hands.
- Rub a few drops into scars or blemish marks a few times a day.
Price: R62.99 (60ml) Available from leading retailers and pharmacies – 021 514 3100/ www.africanextracts.com
Get it JHB West – June 2018