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When my skin lacks radiance

When my skin lacks radiance
When my skin lacks radiance

My testimony

I have an indoor job and my current schedule means I don't go out much, especially during the winter. My skin therefore has little contact with air and natural light. So I find myself coming out of this cold period with dull, pale skin that lacks radiance. While waiting for the sunny days and the outings that will allow you to enjoy the benefits of the air and the sun's rays on the skin, I already give it (and myself at the same time) a little radiance with hydrosols.

My tip

To find brighter skin, I use wild carrot hydrosol externally and internally. Externally, I use it every day, morning and evening, to clean my face on a soaked wipe. Once or twice a week, I prepare a “glowing face” mask. To do this, I mix 2 tablespoons of red clay (or green if I don't have red, but red is rich in iron oxide which brightens the complexion and stimulates microcirculation) with 1 tablespoon of wild carrot hydrosol and a few drops of apricot kernel vegetable oil. I apply this mask for around ten minutes before rinsing.
I combine this little routine with a wild carrot hydrosol treatment internally, to detoxify the liver. To do this, I take a tablespoon of this hydrosol diluted in water 3 times a day, for 3 weeks. This treatment helps eliminate toxins that have accumulated in the body and which contribute to darkening the complexion.

What does herbal medicine say?

The diuretic and hepatic properties of wild carrots were recognized as early as the 16th century. We became interested in its cosmetic properties later. In naturopathy, carrot extracts are recommended for the liver, detox, and skin. Wild carrot hydrosol is entirely focused on cellular renewal. Applied to the face, it acts as a regenerating, revitalizing and skin tonic. By promoting the renewal of skin cells, it helps take care of dull and tired skin. Internally, it acts as a hepatorenal depurative, useful in “detox” cures to gently cleanse the liver and kidneys.

Did you know ?

The wild carrot produces a fine, fibrous, non-fleshy, inedible root. The cultivated carrot is native to the Afghanistan region. It developed a fleshy and brittle, edible root, which reached Europe over time and was then widely developed by agronomy in multiple varieties (orange, yellow, purple, white, dark pink, etc.)

I use hydrosols SAFELY

Wild carrot hydrosol is very gentle; its use presents no contraindication, externally or internally.

DAUCUS CAROTA The wild carrot

The carrot, native to Europe, is widespread in the wild on roadsides, in meadows, in wastelands. Its numerous small flowers, generally white but sometimes pink, are arranged in umbels. As it matures, the umbel closes inwards.
laughing, to form a sort of nest containing the seeds. These are these small nests of seeds which are harvested towards the end of August to be distilled. Among the umbellifers, daucus carota stands out for its original composition, mainly sesquiterpenes and sesquiterpenols. Wild carrot hydrosol is sweet to the smell and taste. It mainly acts on the liver, kidneys, pancreas and skin.

The Products

Hydrolat Wild carrot

Hydrolat Wild carrot

Discover the Wild Carrot hydrosol of Essenciagua, an artisanal and biological product, specially designed to act on damaged skin, digestive disorders and liver disorders. Distilled from Daucus Carota, a plant native to Europe and widely spread in the meadows and by the roads, this hydrosol uses the seeds of the wild carrot, harvested at the end of summer.

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