Summary of skin benefits

Increases skin elasticity and hydrates.

Advances the appearance of skin vitality.

Repairs and protects against ultraviolet radiation, damaging environmental factors and prevents oxidative stress; ongoing protection of healthy skin cells.

Olive oil is one of the non-comedogenic oils. anti-inflammatory and has healing effects on acne lesions, dermatitis atopic, psoriasis, and eczema and rosacea.

Sorbitol in olive oil regulates sebum secretion which is known to prevent acne formation.

Olive oil is one of the potent ingredients of anti-acne drugs.

Delayed onset and reduced skin cancer development.

Lipid penetration within the epidermis.

Source: Source: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5796020/

Summary of skin benefits

Reduces the signs of ageing skin through preserving skin integrity.

Moisturising and environmental protective properties are owed to the antioxidant and anti-inflammatory rich nutrients.

Effective treatment for mild to meddle stage of acne vulgaris (beachheads, whiteheads, pimples, greasy skin form acne).

Healing effects on inflamed skin which can be caused by infection, irritation, rashes, dermatitis, acne, and psoriasis.

Reduces irritations and allergic reactions manifesting on the skin’s surface (antihistamine).

Improves the skin hydration levels and epidermal barrier function.

Balances oily skin.

Distinct dispersion of melanin and reduction in vitiligo/discoloured skin patches in trials.

Increase in collagen formation and rate of epithelialisation (wound healing).

Anti-fungal, anti-viral, antibiotic, anti-parasitic, anti-inflammatory.

Psoriasis and acne treatment.

Tissue repair and wound closure.

Summary of skin benefits

A lightweight oil that’s noncomedogenic and anti-bacterial making it suitable for most skin types—including sensitive and acne-prone.

Inflamed and irritated skin types will find relief including psoriasis, eczema, breakout/acne prone, rosacea and infected skin.

Accelerates wound healing whilst reducing inflammation.

Anti-microbial properties thoroughly cleanse, working in harmony with skins microbiome; it feeds the good bacteria letting the skin self regulate.

Improves your skin’s moisture level by reducing trans epidermal water loss.

If your skin is on the oily side, this moisture boost will also help slow oil production, which tends to strike because your skin thinks it’s too dry.

 

Trials have shown grapeseed’s ability to reduce signs of aging, like sun spots, fine lines, and wrinkles.

Powerful astringent properties for firmer, more toned skin.

Grapeseed oil possesses good preventive effects against oxidative damage to DNA.

Summary of skin benefits

This wondrous plant is slowly macerated in our zaytoun olive oil for weeks at a time, it remarkably extracts all the beneficial properties, meaning each drop of our formula will be alive and kicking with henna leaf; isn’t nature incredible!

Increases skin vitality and preserving signs of youthfulness.

Reduces blemishes, sores and scars.

Eliminates infection and inflammation on the skin.

Infuses skin with a protective layer shielding from harmful pathogens.

Soothes and cools skin reducing heat and irritation.

Formulated to contain a fusion of anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, antioxidant, antihistamine, and anti-inflammatory properties; Addressing many skin issues that exist today including eczema, psoriasis, impetigo, environmentally damaged and dehydrated skin tone.

Henna has been used successfully for hundreds of years to combat various diseases and pathological conditions of the skin.

Henna leaf extracts have antimicrobial activity on the bacteria responsible for the common skin infections. Alcoholic and oily henna extracts have similar effects to some of the antibiotics commonly used in clinical practice (ours are extracted in organic olive oil).

In the past, medicinal plants were used intensively in folkloric medicine for treatment of various disorders. Today, it is estimated that about 80 % of people in developing countries rely on traditional medicines for their primary health care. Traditional medicines are becoming popular, due to high toxicity and adverse effects of orthodox medicaments. This has led to sudden increase in the number of herbal industries in the drug market. Several plant species are used by various indigenous systems such as Siddha, Ayurveda, Unani and Allopathy for the treatment of different ailments (1-7). This review emphasizes the traditional
uses and biological properties of L. inermis.

https://www.pharmatutor.org/articles/lawsonia-inermis-henna-traditional-uses-scientific-assessment?amp

Here’s a few key take aways for ease:

The plant has been reported to have analgesic, hypoglycemic, hepatoprotective, mmunostimulant, anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, antimicrobial, antifungal, antiviral, antiparasitic, antitrypanosomal, antidermatophytic, antioxidant, antifertility, tuberculostatic, and anticancer properties.

We concluded that henna has an in-vitro antibacterial activity against the tested bacterial strains.

The studied skin infections were impetigo, carbuncles, furuncles, infected eczema and infected wounds. The isolated bacteria were coagulase-negative staphylococci, Staphylococcus aureus, ß-hemolytic streptococci and Pseudomonas aeruginosa. When measuring the antibacterial activity of henna extracts, alcoholic and oily extracts were more effective.

Summary of skin benefits

Balances sebum production, reduces oily skin, fights acne causing bacteria.

Repairs sun damaged skin and prefects from further damage.

May minimise dark circles, fine lines, and discolouration/dark spots.

Reduces acne breakouts and associated inflammation.

Powerful anti-inflammatory properties control and soothe rosacea, eczema and irritated skin.

Green tea is also rich in polyphenols, which have been shown to protect the skin from ultraviolet (UV) damage and sunburn when applied topically.

Green tea extract may also have skin benefits due to skin brightening and antiwrinkle capabilities.

Some research studies available for you, here’s the conclusion for ease:

Conclusions

The outcome of the several experimental studies suggests that green tea possess anti-inflammatory and anticarcinogenic potential, which can be exploited against a variety of skin disorders. Although more clinical studies are needed, supplementation of skin care products with green tea may have a profound impact on various skin disorders in the years to come.

https://www.researchgate.net/publication/7812748_Green_tea_and_the_skin

https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jamadermatology/article-abstract/190508