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Eleos Skincare - July 2016 Newsletter
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NEWSLETTER - JULY 2016
What's on in July

We are well and truly into Winter and experiencing some intense cold weather.  I hope that you have picked up some tips from the previous newsletters to minimise the effects of the cold harsh elements on your skin. 
Our July edition will focus on the powerful skincare ingredient called "
Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis Oil" or more commonly known as Sweet Almond Oil.  Our newsletter will also include the following exciting topics and news:
  • Monthly special - July Sale - 25% off lip balms
  • Product of the Month - Rose Lip Balm
  • History of the Almond Tree
  • Ingredient of the Month - Sweet Almond Oil
JULY SPECIAL
Offer Valid until 31 July 2016
PRODUCT OF THE MONTH

ROSE LIP BALM

HANDMADE | FRAGRANCE FREE

Presenting our gorgeous Rose Lip Balm. A must for all handbags over the winter months.  Boasting an intense rose colour that leaves the slightest hint of a rose gloss on your lips, this luxurious lip balm is divinely scented and will leave your lips smelling sweet and feeling moisturised and nourished.

This lip balm is formulated with:

  • beeswax, a natural hydrating ingredient,
  • the moisturising properties of Extra Virgin Olive Oil,
  • nourishing Shea butter,
  • cocoa butter,
  • almond oil, and
  • complimented with Vitamin E

All these combined produces a beautiful balm that glides on and delivers long lasting moisturising power to parched lips. ​

INGREDIENTS
  • Olea Europaea Fruit Oil, (Extra Virgin Olive Oil)
  • Cera Alba (Unrefined Beeswax),
  • Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea) Butter,
  • Theobroma Cacao Seed (Cocoa) Butter
  • Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis (Sweet Almond) Oil,
  • DL-alpha-Tocopheryl Acetate (Vitamin E),
  • Kaolin (Red Reef Clay)
  • Pelargonium Graveolens Flower Oil (Geranium Oil)
QUOTE OF THE MONTH
THE ALMOND TREE
  • Prunus amygdalus is commonly known as the Almond Tree and is a native tree of the Middle East and Indian Subcontinent.
  • The almond tree was spread by humans in ancient times to southern Europe, North Africa and more recently in modern times to California.
  • The almond tree is a deciduous tree and has a life span that is relatively short and rarely exceeds 25 years.
  • Can reach heights of up to  9-10 metres
  • The average harvest is approximately 6-8kg of almonds per tree.
  • A well-known archaeological example of the almond is the fruit found in Tutankhamun's tomb in Egypt, King Tut took several handfuls of almonds to his grave in 1352 B.C., to nourish him on his journey into the afterlife.
  • The word "almond" comes from Old French almande or alemande, Late Latin amandula, which is derived through the Greek word amygdala.
Cultural History
  • It’s said Moses crafted pure gold lamps in the shape of almonds, Persian rug makers wove their image into rugs and Van Gogh devoted many paintings to their likeness. Since at least biblical times, it’s believed the almond has been revered in art, music and literature as emblems of beauty, hope and rebirth.
  • The Romans showered newlyweds with almonds as a fertility charm. Today, Southern Europeans and North Americans give guests at weddings a bag of sugared almonds, representing children, happiness, romance, good health and fortune.
 
INGREDIENT OF THE MONTH
Sweet Almond Oil

Sweet Almond Oil has been used extensively for its health benefits as well as a beauty aid for many years. Sweet Almond Oil is rich in Vitamin E, monounsaturated fatty acids, proteins, potassium and zinc, which explains why it is so good for our heart, skin and hair.

There is a long list of skin care benefits associated with Sweet Almond Oil, including :
  • High content of Vitamins A and E that help the production of collagen, which can make the skin look smoother and tighter.
  • can lighten dark spots on the skin, or under the eye
  • is mild and hypoallergenic which makes it safe even on baby skin. It is also mild enough to moisturise sensitive skin without further irritation.
  • The Vitamin A content in Sweet Almond Oil, helps reduce acne flare-ups.
Top 10 uses of Sweet Almond Oil
  1. Smooth, flawless skin
  2. Deep cleansing of skin
  3. Reduce dark circles around eyes
  4. Relieve eczema and psoriasis
  5. Soothes skin rashes
  6. Reduce fine lines and other ageing signs
  7. Remove make up
  8. Long shiny hair
  9. Healthy nails
  10. Relieve dry and chapped lips

Eleos Skincare products containing Almond Oil
  • Shea Body Butter with Ylang Ylang and Rosehip oil
  • Lip Balm Range
  • Replenishing Serum8
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