Nasturtium: The Importance of OXYGEN in the Skin
Do you feel like your skin is lifeless and dull? Oxygen is the ingredient that you need! Tropaeolum Majus Flower Extract, or Nasturtium is one of the main ingredients in the OXYGEN Deep Pore Cleanser and OXYGEN Treatment Cream.
Jun 25, 2019 10:50:48 AM / by The Institute of Skin Science
Do you feel like your skin is lifeless and dull? Oxygen is the ingredient that you need! Tropaeolum Majus Flower Extract, or Nasturtium is one of the main ingredients in the OXYGEN Deep Pore Cleanser and OXYGEN Treatment Cream. This ingredient provides the skin with essential oxygen to keep your cells functioning like they should. The nasturtium plant comes from the Perennial family and is known for its colorful flower and peppery taste. It has incredible medicinal properties and is great in skin care products as well. Nasturtium promotes the oxygenation of skin cells. If you have ever used our OXYGEN Deep Pore Cleanser, you will notice when applied to the skin, it foams up. That foaming is the nasturtium working to oxygenate the pores, a lot like a desincrustation fluid. Nasturtium Does Many Things for the Skin Including:
Thoroughly Cleanse and Purify the Skin
Decongests the pores by stimulating healthy cell turnover revealing a younger, smoother complexion.
Improves Surface Condition
Increases Cell Turnover Rate for a Healthy Glow
You will get these luxurious results from using our OXYGEN Treatment Cream, making it the perfect addition for those with photo-aged or pigmented skin. Nasturtium is also a fantastic disinfectant so we recommend the OXYGEN Deep Pore Cleanser for clients with acne prone skin. Nasturtium also has healing properties and is a very effective anti-inflammatory, making this ingredient useful for almost any skin type. Nasturtium is said to be slightly stimulating when used topically, so be cautious when working with clients with sensitive skin.
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Written by The Institute of Skin Science