Oil of prickly pear or cactus oil is produced with the prickly pear or the opuntia Ficus Indica, harvested in Morocco, is a precious fruit: it takes almost a ton of figs to obtain 1 liter of oil of Ce cactus. Get the cold pressure of seeds without solvent, it is 100% organic. The richness of its components explains its success: it is full of antioxidant vitamin E and essential fatty acids that nourish deeply and tone our skin.

Properties of Prickly Pear Oil

  • Attenuation of fine lines and wrinkles
  • Revitalizing and regenerating action for skins
  • Anti-aging properties
  • Natural tensor effect
  • Excellent emollient, softener for the skin
  • Skin Repair

Cactus oil is also a formidable remedy: it reduces scars, acne pimples and decreases stretch marks.

Prickly Pear Oil – Beauty Tips

In daily application in the morning or evening its smooth touch leaves a veil of softness on your skin. Use also in serum under a moisturizing cream.
To the touch, the prickly pear oil is less oily than other oils like almond oil and its penetrates quickly into the epidermis. Above all, it is suitable for all types of skins, oily, dry or mixed, and even make it useful at any age, making it a family product.

Prickly pear oil: an anti-aging power

Prickly pear oil offers an extraordinary rejuvenation to your skin. It blocks the skin aging and boosts cell renewal. As a result, it reduces wrinkles, attacks unsightly rings and provides protection against everyday skin aggressions.

How to apply it?

Place a few drops of oil on the hands, neck, décolleté, face, also targeting the eye area. Then massage by performing circular movements. This care is to be done preferably at sunset it is the night that the cells of the skin regenerate.

Prickly pear oil: good for hair and nails

Prickly pear oil is also recommended to revitalize the hair. It nourishes them and makes them brighter.
How to apply it? One drops a few drops every evening, on lets act for 10 to 15 minutes, then on washes his hair with his usual shampoo. Ideal to foil the “raplapla” effect of dry hair in summer.
The nails are also entitled to their dose of figs: a regular massage with this ointment fortifies the nails and makes them less brittle.