LCN Red Wine Leaf Foot Peeling, Stimulates the blood circulation,100 ml
- Intensive care
- Stimulates the blood circulation
Are your customer is complaining about heavy and tired legs? Are their feet are swollen and reddened? The LCN Red Wine Leaf Series can solve all your clients woes! Red Wine Leaves and essences derived from the horse chestnut and pear extract improve circulation of the skin while reducing irritation and swelling. Additionally Grape seed oil, Allantoin and Panthenol supply the skin with moisture and provide soft feet.
The Flavonoids - the red pigments - contained within red wine leaves improves circulation of the legs as well as contain antioxidant properties. Flavonoids, also known as vitamin P and citrin, are organic compounds that form the yellow pigments of plants. The flavonoids found in grape seed oil can help reduce your bad LDL cholesterol, increase your good HDL cholesterol and prevent coronary heart disease. They also contribute to the healthful effectiveness of grape seed oil's rich source of antioxidants. Pamper your customers with the luscious scents and powerful ingredients of the Red Wine Leaf Series from LCN.
- Foot Care for stressed, strained and tasked feet
- For tired and heavy feet and legs Product description
Red wine leaf, horse chestnut and birch extract, grape seed oil and exfoliating grains dissolve dead skin cells gently down.
The grape seed oil has skin care and protective properties. The extracts can support the circulation of the skin, and alleviate the feeling of tired legs and feet.
Horse chestnut extract
Horse chestnut seed extract, the most common form of horse chestnut extract, contains a high percentage of aescin, the active ingredient. Sometimes known as escin, this chemical found in horse chestnut is known for its anti-inflammatory effects. Horse chestnut seed extract has beneficial effects on vein health and is approved for the treatment of chronic venous insufficiency in Germany. The use of this extract is also growing in the United States and Canada. Increased interest in this herb has resulted in clinical studies that support the use of horse chestnut for improving conditions of poor leg circulation, according to the University of Texas. Horse chestnut has anti-inflammatory, anti-edemic and vasoconstrictor actions in the body, according to the University of Texas at El Paso. The enzymes elastase and hyaluronidase are reduced in the presence of horse chestnut. This results in decreased permeability of the capillaries. Additionally, venous tone and flow are improved.
White Birch Extract
White Birch Extract has naturally cooling, healing, detoxifying, and anti-aging properties. It also is know for its astringent properties.
Grape seed oil
Grape seed oil has a stimulating effect on the circulatory system and may also be useful in treating and preventing varicose veins. Consuming grape seed oil helps to protect the cells of the body from damage and disease. A natural anti-inflammatory agent, grape seed oil may be used to treat wounds and sunburn. Applying a few drops of grape seed oil to the face provides protection from premature aging and may actually help acne, because of its powerful antioxidant properties. Flavonoids which are found in grape seed oil may assist the skin in stabilizing collagen and maintaining elasticity. Its light and easilyabsorbed texture makes grape seed oil ideal for cosmetic purposes as well as being useful as carrier oil in massage therapy.
Allantoin acts as alubricants on the skin surface, which gives the skin a soft and smooth appearance. Allantoin is a valuable cell proliferating healing agent that stimulates new tissue growth. A superb anti-irritant, allantoin is healing, soothing and non-allergenic. Allantoin is also known skin softener, cleaning up damaged tissue where applied.
Menthyl lac tate
Menthyl lac tate acts a cooling agent for tired skin, brightens dull skin and helps to control excess oil production
Distribute a walnut size portion onto both feet and massage in.