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Please call for professional price!A tonifying and full of energy facial scrub The Orange Facial Polish is a rich plant-based scrub containing orange & litchi, specially formulated to tonify & provide the skin with a cocktail of vitamins. its fresh juicy scent & orange colour reflect the wealth of fresh fruits used to make this product. The exfoliation is gentle thanks to fine salt and grape seed oil. The skin is tonified & brightened. Orange & Lychee : energy and exotic Orange is a pure concentrate of Vitamins A and C, an excellent combination for a tonic effect and for preventing cellular ageing. Citrus peel contains a natural blend of essential oils and the acidity in it helps regenerate dead cells of the skin. Well-known for its extreme sweetness, the lychee conceals a resistant seed which eliminates dead cells for an effective exfoliation.
facial scrub Orange and lychee deep cleans and gently exfoliates the outer layers of the skin Treating Face with natural botanical products brighten the complexion. These facial scrubs especially designed for the face are rich in ultra-fine plants particles allowing active ingredients to penetrate. Orange is the most commonly grown tree fruit in the world and is a hybrid of ancient cultivated origin. Orange trees are widely cultivated in tropical and subtropical climates for the delicious sweet fruit, which is peeled or cut and eaten whole, or processed to extract orange juice and also for the fragrant peel. Oranges likely originated in Southeast Asia and were cultivated in China by 2500 BC. The name is thought to derive ultimately from Sanskrit.Orange’s Benefits for Skin Oranges are a good source of Vitamin C, which is known to improve skin texture and color. They also help to restore collagen in our skin, thus helping to minimize premature aging, fine lines and wrinkles. Cultivation of lychee began in the region of southern China, Malaysia, and northern Vietnam.Wild trees still grow in rainforests in Guangdong province and on Hainan Island. In the 1st century, fresh lychees were in such demand at the Imperial Court that a special courier service with fast horses would bring the fresh fruit from Guangdong. There was great demand for lychee in the Song Dynasty (960-1279), according to Cai Xiang, in his Li chi pu (Treatise on Lychees). It was also the favourite fruit of Emperor Li Longji (Xuanzong)’s favoured concubine Yang Yuhuan (Yang Guifei) The emperor had the fruit delivered at great expense to the capital. In the Chinese classical work,Shanglin Fu, it is stated that the alternate name, meaning leaving its branches, is so-called because once the fruit is picked it will deteriorates quickly
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