Whamisa Organic Flowers Natural Fermented Lotion (Double Rich) is made of pure natural origins ingredients and 95% of them are organic ingredients. This lotion has uniquely texture, there is no purified water, only botanic extracts are used. This moisturizing lotion makes rough and nutrient deprived face soft and healthy. It is formulated with Aloe Vera extract and differents natural extracts for the base to moisturize and nourish skin. It promises to hydrate and improve skin texture.
Natural fermentation process is used to distill and preserve the potency of select natural ingredients. This fermentation process minimizes destroying nutrients and divides nutrients into small particles which give fast and deep absorbing into your skin with deep moisturizing. Its organic formula also includes organic argan oil and jojoba seed oil to provide light and very strong moisture barrier on the skin.
WHAT ARE FERMENTED INGREDIENTS? AND WHY THEY ARE SO BENEFICIAL FOR YOUR SKIN?
During the fermentation process, ingredients are slowly processed over a period of several weeks in a controlled, oxygen-free environment. This not only preserves the ingredients, but allows for harmful bacteria to be removed, and the ingredients break down into smaller, nutrient-dense constituents, which also allows desirable by-products such as amino acids and peptides to emerge. This means that essential nutrients, minerals and actives can be more easily absorbed deep into the skin and used to hydrate, nourish and repair, producing optimum results. The end result is a preserved, concentrated, more nourishing version of the original ingredient.
There’s also scientific evidences that some lactobacillus ferments help treat and prevent acne and rosacea due to a combination of the protective, the anti-inflammatory and the antibacterial effect produced by lactobacillus.
- How to use: Dispense 1-2 pumps of lotion and gently pat and massage the lotion into skin, beginning from the center and moving outward. Follow up with a heavier moisturizer in the evening, if desired.