Canadian Gardening Annual 2016 - - Beauty -

a. Hi­bis­cus

The nu­tri­ents in this trop­i­cal flow­er­ing tree may help re­duce the ap­pear­ance of lines.

b. Rose­hip oil

Rose­hip oil is one of na­ture’s rich­est sources of es­sen­tial fatty acids. Use it to tone the skin, treat bro­ken cap­il­lar­ies and min­i­mize the ap­pear­ance of wrin­kles.

c. Chamomile

Won­der­ful for sooth­ing ir­ri­tated and in­flamed skin, it also con­tains al­pha-bis­abolol to speed up skin re­gen­er­a­tion.

d. Witch­hazel

Tackle spi­der and vari­cose veins with this nat­u­ral as­trin­gent, which im­proves cir­cu­la­tion and there­fore skin tone, with­out be­ing too dry­ing.

e. Broc­coli seed oil

Con­tains sul­foraphane, which de­liv­ers pow­er­ful anti-in­flam­ma­tory pro­tec­tion and re­duces freerad­i­cal dam­age.

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