|By PR Newswire||
|September 3, 2014 01:56 PM EDT||
SANTA BARBARA, Calif., Sept. 3, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Believing that skin cleansing products shouldn't require users to make compromises, Rosa y Fruta's Camelia Blanca Cleansing Oil beautifies and quickly removes makeup without stripping the skin or leaving behind a residue. The product is both gentle enough for babies and versatile enough to clean and restore any skin type.
Camelia Blanca Cleansing Oil is derived from white camellia seed oil; white camellia also produces the leaves used in white tea. In Japan, this oil has a rich tradition as the "Geisha's secret" for its ability to keep skin and hair looking flawlessly healthy and youthful. Natural oils have long been recognized as the most effective and gentle method to cleanse the skin.
A young company, Rosa y Fruta (https://rosayfruta.com/) has distinguished itself from competitors by emphasizing user safety in the development of its line of skincare products. For instance, Camelia Blanca Cleansing Oil is produced only from certified organic, unrefined, cold-pressed oil. This painstaking method guarantees a higher level of antioxidants in the finished cleansing oil, which facilitates smoother, glowing skin.
Camelia Blanca Cleansing Oil isn't just for removing makeup after a long day out in the elements. The oil also has soothing properties to help the skin relax, nourishing properties to restore lost moisture and integrity, and emollients to improve complexion. The cleansing power of Camelia Blanca Cleansing Oil extends all the way into the pores, thus reducing or preventing acne breakouts. Inferior oils typically clog pores and often make acne worse.
Whereas many beautifying and cleansing oils are carefully tailored to specific skin types, the natural, organic quality of Camelia Blanca Cleansing Oil means that it's appropriate for everyone. Mature, sensitive, oily, dry and combination skin all respond positively to regular application of the oil. The product is even gentle enough for a baby's skin.
For users who want lustrous, strong, healthy follicles, Camelia Blanca Cleansing Oil is an equally gentle hair and scalp treatment. The oil works best when applied to dry hair and allowed to remain for 20 minutes, followed by a rinse with shampoo and conditioner. Camelia Blanca Cleansing Oil is likewise a relaxing and rejuvenating after-bath body oil.
Satisfied users have agreed that one of Camelia Blanca Cleansing Oil's best qualities is that it rinses totally clean and doesn't change the natural pH balance of the skin. This is especially important for people with delicate or damaged skin; many cleansers and beauty products offer a temporary improvement in exchange for leaving the skin more vulnerable to further irritation.
Rosa y Fruta continues to develop spa-quality health and cosmetic products that deliver a winning combination of effectiveness and safety. Early reviews of Camelia Blanca Cleansing Oil are in agreement that the product more than lives up to its promises.
About Rosa y Fruta
Rosa y Fruta was created from a passion for rare and beautifying ingredients from around the world. After importing and trying literally hundreds of ingredients, the Rosa y Fruta collection offers only the best of the best from these.
The main criteria when selecting ingredients are that they are the highest standard of purity, soothing for even the most sensitive skin types, have research supporting the effectiveness, and are incredibly beautifying to the skin.
Rosa y Fruta Organic Exotic Skin Care
633 Island View Dr.
Santa Barbara, CA 93109
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