The silky LCN Macadamia Nail Oil can be easily massaged into the cuticle, making dry and stressed skin supple and soft. LCN Macadamia Nail Care products contains the following nut oils: Macadamia nut, Brazil nut, Walnut and Hazelnut oil. In addition, a high concentrations of vitamin E and minerals combined with a highly effective combination of palmitic, palmitoleic and oleic acid produces an exceptional regenerating effect, while Jojoba oil smooths and improves the elasticity of the cuticles and their ability to retain moisture.
The high quality Macadamia nut oil derived by cold pressing the macadamia nut contains vitamins A, B and E. It has outstanding moisturising and smoothing properties. The oil spreads easily and is quickly absorbed by the skin.
The valuable brazil nut oil of the fruits of the brazil nut tree has a very high share of essential fatty acids, vitamine E and selen. It harmonises the moisture content of the skin, keeping it smooth and soft and providing a wonderfully gentle, elastic skin feeling.
The light, golden yellow and clear walnut oil, with its high share of unsaturated fatty acids is obtained from coldpressing nuts (oil content approx. 60%) from the walnut tree and is used in cosmetics as an anti-inflammatory active ingredient.
Since the oil is rich in saturated fatty acids and vitamin A and E, hazelnut oil is a highly effective
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JOJOBA OIL can be used to treat windburn and sunburn. The oil's gentle moisturizing properties heal and soothe skin damaged by wind and sun. It nourishes without making skin oily
VITAMIN E's substantiated capabilities include: Protecting the epidermis from early stages of ultraviolet light damage; Increasing the efficacy of active sunscreen ingredients; Reducing the formation of free radicals upon skin exposure to UVA rays and other sources of skin stress; Preventing the peroxidation of fats, a leading source of cell membrane damage in the body; Reducing transepidermal water loss from skin and strengthens the skin's barrier function; Protecting the skin barriers oil (lipid) balance during the cleansing process; Reducing the severity of sunburn. 2002 and 2008 studies both reported that vitamin E had protective antioxidant effects on the skin. The 2002 study demonstrated effects in people with vitiligo, a skin disorder. It concluded that vitamin E can provide protective effects to skin but may not affect vitiligo. The 2008 study noted that vitamin E has antioxidant effects on the skin, especially in the form of alpha tocopherol. It also noted that vitamin E can protect against "photoaging."