Tsubaki oil from camellia japonica, an ally for the face and hair
Known as Tsubaki Oil, Japanese Camellia Oil is a natural oil that is extracted through cold pressing of the seeds of Camellia Japonica .
It is an oil full of fabulous properties used in Japan since ancient times: characterized by rapid absorption, it is used as a moisturizer for the skin and for hair care. Let's get to know all the characteristics and uses of this precious product better!
THE PROPERTIES OF TSUBAKI OIL
Tsubaki oil is particularly appreciated for its excellent cosmetic properties .
It presents itself as an oil with a light, fluid and delicate consistency , almost odorless and colorless, which tends slightly towards a straw yellow colour. Its composition allows it to easily penetrate the skin without clogging the pores and without being greasy bringing great well-being and nutrition thanks to omega-9, polyphenols, vitamin E, plant collagen and the proteins that compose it.
Tsubaki oil is a “universal” oil truly suitable for all skin types.
THE USES OF TSUBAKI OIL
FOR THE SKIN
Its antioxidant action makes it a real elixir: particularly suitable for dry or normal and delicate skin , just a few applications are enough to give the skin elasticity, softness and hydration.
The anti-aging effect Tsubaki oil applied to the face, neck and eye contour restores young, luminous skin and counteracts the "stiffening" process of collagen which leads to the formation of wrinkles.
Camellia oil can be added into beauty routine products or pure on the skin.
FOR THE HAIR
The advantages of Tsubaki oil for hair health they are multiple
- softens and makes them more manageable;
- restores natural shine;
- helps retain moisture;
- forms a barrier against environmental pollutants;
- repairs breakage and split ends;
- treats dry skin and itching;
- helps prevent dandruff from forming.
It is applied to the hair after washing, placing a few drops on the palm of the hands, distributing well over the hair and scalp with the fingertips starting from the top, paying particular attention to the ends of the hair (generally they tend to be drier and more subject to breakage and damage).
Tsubaki oil can also be applied to dry and brittle hair before washing to detangle it and make it more manageable; It is also advisable to add a few drops to your favorite mask and apply it after shampooing.
It can also be particularly useful for those suffering from dandruff, dry scalp and seborrheic dermatitis.
And how will you use it?