Olive oil, Water, Cococnut oil, Castor oil, Shea butter, Magnesium oil, Zinc oxide, Hydroxide sodium, Collodial silver, Kaoline clay, MSM ( Sulfur), Oxide, Glycerine.
80g +- 5%
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When used topically in the form of a cream or moisturizing soap, MSM can noticeably help improve skin tone and can be helpful in treating skin disorders including:
Certain fungal infections
Organic sulfur, often called nature’s beauty mineral, plays an essential role in the health and maintenance of the collagen and elastin of the skin and is vital for the formation of healthy cells. MSM is non-toxic and does not stimulate the allergic reactions commonly caused by sulfa, sulfate, and sulfide forms of sulfur.
Is hand made with magnesium chloride, which is known to restore cellular magnesium levels, relieve aches and pains, draw toxins from the tissues of the body through the pores, provide relief for skin conditions including eczema and psoriasis and aid in stress relief and relaxation.
Magnesium oil can be used topically to help solve a variety of skin troubles, including oily skin and acne.
A 1981 study in Lipids showed that magnesium can break apart different fats and oils, thus reducing the oiliness of the skin and helping with some types of acne.
Engelman notes that in her dermatology practice, she uses magnesium oil to solve an even wider variety of skin problems, including rosacea, seborrheic dermatitis, psoriasis, and eczema.
Zinc Oxide in Skin Care
One of the more popular uses for zinc oxide is to reduce occurrences of diaper rash by forming a protective barrier on the infant’s delicate skin. This mitigates the effects on the skin of bacteria and other irritants that can be present in urine or other excrement. As a diaper rash treatment, zinc oxide can come in cream form, lotion, ointment, and a variety of other forms, depending on the intended use.
Because of its ability to soothe skin irritation, zinc oxide it is often used as an active ingredient in anti-dandruff shampoos, to prevent dry flaky skin on scalp. The antibacterial properties make it a common ingredient in antiseptic ointments.