Propolis and herbs

Tincture for acne therapy

Designated for dermatologic use. Propolis is known for its antimicrobial, antiviral, anti – fungal, anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects. Our tincture is a mixture of propolis with 4 herbs: Calendula officinalis, Salvia officinalis, Thymus vulgaris and Rosmarinus officinalis. Calendula has antiseptic properties for the treatment of wounds and for preventing acne. It also has antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties that support skin healing and regeneration, soothing rashes, sunburn and irritation. Calendula is a skin conditioner that stimulates collagen production. Sage is a rich source of vitamins and minerals that help with cell regeneration. Due to the powerful anti – microbial and antioxidant effects, sage has long been used for the treatment of skin disorders including ulcers, rheumatism and inflammation. Extract of sage is a great toner, regulating sebum production in oily com – plexions. Antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties help curing acne and relieving the symptoms of eczema and psoriasis. Thyme has natural anti-inflammatory properties that make it ideal for treating acne and other skin conditions such as wounds, scars and cuts. Rosemary leaves are rich in vitamins and minerals. Extract of rosemary protects the skin from free radical-induced damage. It stimulates biological activity and cell growth to reduce wrinkles and scars and its disinfectant properties also help to treat acne and oily skin conditions. Magnesium brightens and energizes the skin and has an anti-inflammatory effect that helps to maintain skin elasticity. This tincture helps to fight acne and oily skin but also supports natural skin renovation. It was developed to fight acne primarily but can also be used in the treatment of herpes, mouth ulcers, insect bites, cuts, verruca, periodontitis and fungal diseases. This product is not suitable for people allergic to propolis.
Use as directed: after cleansing apply over the entire affected area.

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