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Viva La Piel

Viva La Piel Beauty Polish

Viva La Piel Beauty Polish

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Experience the transformative power of Naturals, a comprehensive skincare range meticulously crafted to elevate your beauty naturally. From revitalizing cleansers to targeted eye treatments, Naturals offers a complete professional-only line designed for various skin types and conditions.

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1. Oryza sativa (Rice) starch in traditional medicines,  it is a high- polymeric carbohydrate material derived from the peeled seeds of the rice. The rice grain is applied to the skin to treat boils, sores, swellings, and blemishes. Oryza sativa is one species of rice. Mainly
cultivated in temperate regions of Asia. It gets its name from Latin words 'Oryza' means 'rice' and 'sativa' meaning 'cultivated'. Absorbs excess oil from the skin and scalp. Oryza sativa powder is used in cosmetics and personal care products.

2. Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate is a sodium salt of the coconut fatty acid ester of isethionic acid. It is an anionic surfactant, meaning it carries a negative charge that helps to create a lather and lift dirt, oil, and impurities from the skin and hair. Its’ gentle cleansing action makes it suitable for sensitive skin reducing the risk of irritation and damage. A surfactant means surface active agent. As the name
implies, surfactants stir up activity on the surface you are cleaning to help trap dirt and remove it from the surface. Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate (SCI) is a gentle surfactant derived from coconut oil that
is commonly used in skincare and haircare products. This white, powdery substance has gained popularity due to its mild, non- irritating nature, making it suitable for a variety of personal care applications.

3. Avena Sativa (Oat)starch kernel extract is another name for oat extract. This plant-derived ingredient is well-known for both its antioxidant and skin-soothing properties. On the skin, it proves its
effect in a number of skin conditions such as itching (pruritus), insect bites, atopic dermatitis, skin inflammations. In addition, it is also more commonly found in sun protection products.
Oatmeal is also increasingly used in face masks and scrubs because of its gentle and exfoliating effect. The fine grains of oatmeal can remove dead skin cells and dirt without damaging the skin. This makes
oatmeal a suitable ingredient for people with sensitive skin who cannot tolerate harsh scrubs. Avena Sativa actually has significant clinical effects on skin dryness, scaling, roughness and itching intensity.
This means that the use of Avena Sativa can have a positive effect on skin health and contribute to a reduction of these skin problems.  It can help hydrate, soften and soothe the skin, leaving it feeling
healthier and more comfortable. All in all, Avena Sativa offers many benefits for the skin and is a valuable part of a healthy skin care routine.

4. Phaseolus Angularis also known as the adzuki bean, azuki bean, aduki bean, red bean, or red mung bean, is an annual vine widely cultivated throughout East Asia. Dried Adzuki beans are grounded
into a powder and then used as a paste to apply on face, it gives a mild skin exfoliating action. It is used as an ingredient in facial and body masks, body butter and cleansing scrub.

5. Colloidal oatmeal is finely ground oats (Avena sativa ) mixed into lotions, creams, other skin care products, or bathwater. It's an emollient, which means it softens and soothes the skin. A wide
variety of commercially available products contain colloidal oatmeal.

6. Zinc oxide (ZnO) is a white powder known for its protective and purifying properties. It is also known as a UV protective filter, reflecting UVA and UVB rays. In addition, zinc has anti-inflammatory, astringent and drying properties.

7. Silica also called silicon dioxide (SiO2), who knew, it is actually incredible for your skin! When used topically, it holds the potential to transform your skin. Many scientific research
studies have claimed that silica boosts collagen production. Collagen is a major building protein of your skin
that gives you a youthful and wrinkle-free appearance. A
research study published in July 2019 has demonstrated that bamboo is a good source of silica that helps in maintaining healthy skin and reducing hair fall.  The use of silica is found to improve the condition of sun-damaged skin as well. It is used in the formulation of lotions, sunscreen, acne treatment
ointments, and hair care products.

8. Salicylic Acid is a beta hydroxy acid. It's well-known for reducing acne by exfoliating the skin and keeping pores clear. You can find salicylic acid in various over the counter (OTC) products. It's also
available in prescription-strength formulas. Salicylic acid works best for mild acne (blackheads and whiteheads).

9. Papain is an enzyme found in the white fluid that occurs in raw papaya fruit. It is a protease, meaning it breaks down proteins. Papain contains substances that might help fight infection and heal wounds. Don't confuse papain with papaya or American pawpaw. These are not the same. Also don't confuse papain with other proteolytic enzymes (proteases). People use Papain for dental cavities, shingles, parasite infections, jellyfish stings, wound healing and many other conditions. Papain digests dead skin cells revealing softer, smoother skin. Restores and normalizes the skin to improve barrier function for even the most sensitive skin. It is an excellent exfoliant and safe for pregnant or lactating women because of its natural ingredients.
Improves skin barrier integrity by balancing surface lipids.
Exfoliates to minimize acne and/or impacted pores.
Exfoliates to lessen the appearance of visible wrinkles.
Provides anti-inflammatory-like benefits.

10. Bromelain is derived from the stem and juice of the pineapple, was first isolated from the pineapple plant in the late 1800s. The German Commission E approved bromelain to treat swelling and
inflammation after surgery, particularly sinus surgery. Studies of the benefits of bromelain for your skin have suggested that using
bromelain in skincare can help prevent acne and reduce irritation, while it's sometimes used to help reduce pain and redness after cosmetic procedures. It exfoliates skin, too.

11. Arctium Lappa Root Extract (Burdock) is a weed native to Japan that is now found all over the world. The root is eaten as food. The root, leaf, and seed are used as medicine. Burdock contains chemicals that might help in the treatment of skin inflammation, fight bacteria and swelling.

12. Vaccinium Myrtillus Fruit Extract is one of the richest natural sources of anthocyanins. These polyphenolic components give
bilberry its blue/black color and high antioxidant content, and they are believed to be the key bioactive responsible for the many reported health benefits of bilberry and other berry fruits. Applied to skin, bilberry is known to strengthen skin against signs of redness, likely due to its calming properties. Bilberry can also boost skin's environmental defenses in the presence of UVA light.

13. Bambusa Vulgaris Extract has skin soothing property as well as it may help make skin tone even. It holds moisture on to the skin and doesn't let it escape into the atmosphere. So, it makes dull and dry
skin moist and soft. It is native to Indochina and to the province of Yunnan in southern China, but it has been widely cultivated in many other places and has become naturalized in several regions. Flowering is not common, and there are no seeds. Fruits are rare due to low pollen viability.

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