Eudermic Propolis & Tea Tree Cream is the ideal product to use in all those situations when our skin comes into contact with micro-organisms that could cause problems for our physiological condition. Eudermic Propolis & Tea Tree Oil Cream is elasticizing and moisturizing, making it ideal for dry, chapped skin that needs help to regain its natural balance. The high concentration of propolis with tea tree and thyme essential oils contained in Eudermic Propolis & Tea Tree Cream make this product particularly effective in its protective and purifying action, encouraging the natural restoration of physiological homeostasis. Applied locally, Eudermic Propolis & Tea Tree Cream is quickly absorbed as, thanks to its gel base, it is not greasy despite its high oil content.
Eudermic Propolis & Tea Tree Oil Cream is:
- EUDERMIC: its formulation, rich in 100% natural extracts and oils, helps to improve the physiological condition of the skin
- PURIFYING: the 100% pure essential oils and propolis extract create an optimal synergy to help combat external micro-organisms aggression
- PROTECTIVE: 100% pure essential oils, propolis and St. John's Wort help create a protective 'barrier' on the skin, as well as having a soothing and regenerating effect
- ELASTICIZING: the synergy of the glyceric extracts present creates a moisturizing and toning effect on the skin, restoring radiance and softness to the skin
- Eudermic, purifying, protective, elasticizing
- Skin type
- Dry and cracked skin
- 75 ml
- 9 M
- Does not contain
- Parabens, petroleum derivatives, PEGs and PPGs, perfumes, synthetic dyes or viscosifiers
- Certified COSMOS organic cosmetic
- 100% pure, complete and natural essential oils
- Glyceric and lipolic extracts
- 100% pure plant oils
- 28% organic ingredients
- 99.6% of all ingredients are natural
- Glycerine produced from organic raw materials
- Dermatologically tested at the University of Ferrara, Italy
- Cosmetic allergens (Limonene, Linalool) naturally contained in 100% pure essential oils
- Produced with ZERO impact renewable energy
100% pure essential oils of tea tree* (Melaleuca alternifolia), caraway* (Carum carvi), lavender* (Lavandula hybrida), lemon* (Citrus limon), thyme* (Thymus vulgaris); extracts of Italian propolis*, St. John's Wort* (Hypericum perforatum), calendula* (Calendula officinalis), horse chestnut* (Aesculus hippocastanum), helichrysum* (Helycrisum italicum); jojoba* (Simmondsia chinensis), olive* (Olea europaea), sesame* (Sesamum indicum) and sunflower* (Helianthus annuus) plants oils. Ingredients are sourced from controlled organic* farms.
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Propolis: Propolis is a resinous substance that bees collect from the buds and bark of certain trees, such as poplars, firs, elms, and birches, that they then mix with saliva, wax and pollen. The name derives from Greek, meaning 'in front of the city;' a figurative term that stems from the fact that bees use their product to defend the hive (their city) from diseases and predators that could endanger it. Pliny the Elder writes about it in his book ‘Naturalis historia.’ The unique properties of propolis were already known in antiquity: Egyptian priests used it to mummify the remains of pharaohs, while doctors used it to treat infections of the skin and respiratory system, as well as a disinfectant and for healing wounds.
Tea Tree essential oil (Melaleuca alternifolia): Known since antiquity for its effectiveness, and wide range of uses, tea tree was called 'the pharmacy in a bottle' by Australian Aborigines as its leaves were used to treat skin infections and wounds. Its name comes from the fact that when Captain James Cook and his men (who landed in Australia in 1770) wanted a refreshing tea, they used the leaves of this tree. The essential oil obtained from the leaves of this plant is very effective and, if applied to the skin, strengthens and regenerates it thanks to the high presence of a molecule called terpinen-4-ol, an alcohol that, due to its chemical characteristics, has strong antimicrobial properties; the WHO has approved the topical use of this valuable essential oil.
Thyme essential oil(Thymus vulgaris): The Egyptians used it for embalming, the Romans used it to preserve food, the Greeks saw it as a symbol of courage, so much so that soldiers rubbed it on their chests for strength and vigor. Hippocrates recommended it for treating skin diseases and respiratory conditions. Thyme essential oil, extracted by distillation of the flowering tops, is very useful in combating skin irritations and problems as it helps to strengthen, purify and regenerate the epidermis.
Calendula (Calendula officinalis): the plant of sweetness par excellence, thanks to the presence of mucilage, polysaccharides and carotenoids, to which the flowers owe their intense orange color, among which calendulin stands out. Highly eudermic (i.e. able to improve the health of the skin); anti-redness, emollient, soothing, calming.
Helichrysum (Helycrisum italicum): Helichrysum flowers are bright yellow, and have been used since ancient times by priests to make votive wreaths to the gods. In popular tradition, helichrysum is known for its beneficial effects on problematic skin. It soothes, protects, purifies and regenerates troubled skin.
Apply a light layer of Propolis & Tea Tree Eudermic Cream to the affected area. Massage gently. Repeat application as necessary.