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Organic Skin Cream w/Black Cumin Oil

Organic Skin Cream w/Black Cumin Oil

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Holisticare Skin Cream “Ocean Mist”

Ingredients: Pure Organic Goats Milk , Black Cumin Oil & our Special blend of Organic essential oils to create our signature scent “Ocean Mist”

Apply to your skin as often as desired.

Benefits of our Skin Cream

All in all, Holisticare skin cream is full of vitamins, minerals, fatty acids, AHAs, and triglycerides that work to nourish, moisturize, gently exfoliates and rebuilds your skin barrier. Whether you need a daily face cream or a lightweight body lotion, our cream has nourishing power like you wouldn’t believe. Our cream will keep your hands, face and body moisturized without a greasy feel or an oily sheen with a heavenly light fragrance of our signature blend of oils which creates our signature scent “Ocean Mist”

Sometimes, it’s our skincare regimen (harsh chemicals and abrasive exfoliants) that is responsible for stripping the skin of good bacteria. To bring things back to homeostasis, you should look for skin-nourishing ingredients like Holisticare Skin Cream, which is vitamin-rich and naturally balances our skin’s PH. Holisticare skin cream really comes in handy. With a pH level that exactly matches the skin.

1. Packed with Antioxidants
2. Vitamin A,B,C
3. Eczema & Acne Fighter
4. Helps reduce fine lines and wrinkles
5. Anti-inflammatory
6. Reduces clogged pores
7. Helps Tame Redness
8. Helps control oil
9. Reduce Signs of aging
10. Helps with sun damage


Goat Milk is Full of Alpha-Hydroxy Acids AHA’s are a group of plant and animal-derived acids that are often used to gently exfoliate the skin; however, boosting collagen, correcting discoloration, improving the appearance of fine lines, and brightening your skin, are other aha skin benefits, too. Goats Milk promotes cell turnover by loosening the top layer of old skin cells from sticking around longer than necessary. Common AHAs include glycolic acid, citric acid, and malic acid. But lactic acid, our favorite AHA, is what’s naturally found in goat’s milk and it’s a safe and effective exfoliant for those who have dry, sensitive skin. Which leads us to our next benefit of goat milk...

Lactic Acid is a Great Exfoliant for Sensitive Skin If the acid part of lactic acid skincare concerns you, we’re here to shed some light on the benefits of a lactic acid exfoliant. Unlike the harsh exfoliants that can disrupt your skin’s microbiome, lactic acid is a natural, gentle hydrator that sensitive skin can tolerate as it replenishes moisture as it removes dead skin. Lactic acid also increases the production of ceramides. Often, you’ll see added ceramides in skincare products because it protects your skin’s barrier function, but goat milk skincare gets your body to produce it for you. Vitamin A and Retinol in Goat Milk Repairs Damaged Skin. Vitamin A is known for its healing properties: it encourages cell turnover and supports the skin’s immune system. When it comes to skin health, you should definitely be using some type of vitamin A in your routine, and by this point, you’ve likely heard of retinol, right? It’s a mega dose of Vitamin A but it can often cause irritation and unwanted dryness.

Luckily, goat’s milk has naturally occurring vitamin A, and when paired with its soothing qualities, goat’s milk skincare products can be a great alternative for those who want to reap the benefits of vitamin A without using harsh retinol products.

Goat Milk is High in Other Skin-Loving Vitamins & Minerals

Aside from lactic acid, AHAs, and Vitamin A, goat milk skincare is also high in B6, B12, C, D, E and Selenium. Each of the vitamins offer great moisturizing benefits to the skin, while Selenium is an antioxidant that helps neutralize free radicals, which can cause premature aging. All in all, goat milk is full of vitamins, minerals, fatty acids, AHAs, and triglycerides that work to nourish, moisturize, gently exfoliate, and rebuild your skin barrier—all with one ingredient.

The Fat in Goat Milk is a Great Moisturizer.

So, we discussed lactic acid skincare and aha skin benefits, but what we didn’t define are humectants. Lactic acid is a natural humectant... but humectants themselves are substances that draw moisture into the skin. Think of humectants as magnets that not only attract, but retain, moisture especially in dry or cold environments. When you apply your moisturizer or night cream, you want it to lock in all the good skincare you’ve previously applied—and that’s exactly what humectants will do.

Black Cumin oil:

Black cumin oil is an herbal ingredient that’s been used in the treatment of a variety of conditions for more than 2,000 years.

Black cumin also contains significant levels of iron, copper, zinc, phosphorus, calcium, thiamin, niacin, pyridoxine, and folic acid.

Due to black cumin antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties, the ingredient will also improve certain skin conditions and the appearance of skin. Black cumin can be used to treat acne as well as psoriasis, eczema and hyperpigmentation. Black Cumin also aids in increasing collagen formation naturally.

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