Why is it called TAKE A CHILL?
The ultimate cleanser for all skin types! A soap free face wash that helps clear out pollution, dust and various other particulate while also keeping sensitive skin safe from any damage and deterioration. At the same time, it helps refresh and replenish your face, which in turn leads to a new, moisturized feeling. It makes your skin feel and look so fresh, it'll make you want to TAKE A CHILL. ❤️
This is the ultimate example of TRADITIONAL INGREDIENTS FT. MODERN SKINCARE as it is a blend of neem and aloe vera extract; which are the two most loved ingredients for home remedies since time immemorial. The beliefs behind the benefits of these are age-old, and has now been combined with modern formulations to enhance the quality of your skin, as well as the ingredients.
What are the benefits of NEEM?
It treats dry skin:
Neem is filled with ingredients that benefit the skin, like vitamin E and essential fatty acids, which make it a great natural method to fight off dryness. Past research has found it can penetrate deeply into the skin, healing the cracks that occur from severe dryness and making sure all your moisture stays locked in.
It fights the appearance of wrinkles:
Who knew neem oil could be such a prime wrinkle-fighter? Research shows it can help stimulate collagen production and improve elasticity, helping your skin stay youthful as you age. Its high vitamin E content also helps prevent free radicals from harming your skin.
It treats acne:
Because of neem's antibacterial properties, it makes for a great acne treatment. Not only can it help spot treat in the moment, but it’s also been shown to be successful at fighting it off in the long term.
It fades scars:
The vitamin E in neem is also great at helping heal your skin—especially when it comes to scars. Research suggests neem oil helps reduce the appearance of scars. It’s also been shown to help heal wounds and fade dark spots from acne. Basically, its skin-healing properties are impressive.
What are the benefits of ALOE VERA?
"Aloe vera contains compounds called polysaccharides that encourage skin repair and new skin cells to set up shop", says Kenneth Mark, MD, New York-based board-certified dermatologist and Mohs skin cancer surgeon.
The gel also contains a pain reliever called carboxypeptidase, which may be why aloe vera is so soothing.
Relieves skin irritation:
"Inflammation underlies many skin conditions (such as; psoriasis, eczema, and lichen planus)", says Jennifer Gordon, MD, board-certified dermatologist at Westlake Dermatology in Austin, Texas.
Aloe vera contains compounds, such as acemannan, that suppress inflammation by showing the enzymes that trigger it. (Make sure to do a patch test before putting it on inflamed skin, as aloe vera can cause allergic contact dermatitis in some people.)
"Because aloe vera gel is mostly water, it helps to hydrate the skin without that post-application greasy feeling", says Dr. Schlessinger.
It helps lock moisture into the skin, while also acting as a glue that makes the top layer of skin cells stick together, ultimately smoothing and softening your skin.
Besides having serious antibacterial skills, aloe vera gel contains salicylic acid, which is an exfoliant that helps to unclog pores, making it especially helpful if you deal with pimples and blackheads.
Bonus: "It also acts as an anti-inflammatory on the oil glands that cause acne", says Dr. Mark.
Treat cold sores:
“Aloe vera is an antiseptic, containing six agents known to help inhibit fungi, bacteria, and viruses, including salicylic acid, phenols, and sulfur,” says David Lortscher, MD, California-based board-certified dermatologist and CEO of Curology.
It may help speed up the healing process too, by creating antibodies the immune system can use to fight the cold sore virus.
Slow signs of aging:
Aloe stimulates fibroblast activity, which creates an uptick in collagen production and elastin fibers that make the skin less wrinkled and more elastic. Meanwhile, zinc acts as an astringent to tighten pores, and antioxidants, such as vitamins C and E, help prevent the formation of free radicals (aka, molecules that can do a number on your cells).
Prevent (and maybe even fade) dark spots:
"Aloe vera gel prevents tyrosinase, the enzyme responsible for skin discoloration, from doing its thing, essentially suppressing UV-induced hyperpigmentation and the skin-damaging effects of sunburns", says Dr. Gordon.
This mechanism may also help in the prevention of dark spots, while the various antioxidants it contains (such as glutathione peroxide) may fade sun damage that’s already formed.
The salicylic acid aloe vera contains acts as an exfoliator, helping to gently slough off dead skin cells. It also contains lignin, a substance which can enhance the penetrative effect of other ingredients into the skin.
WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF TAKE A CHILL?
An instant cooling and refreshing face wash, that is extremely hydrating, purifying, and soothing. It removes tan, pollutants, signs of aging, pigmentation and prevents breakouts. It also increases collagen and improves your skin tone. It is SOAP FREE!
DOES IT SUIT ALL SKIN TYPES?
HOW DO I USE IT?
Take a smaller-than-coin-sized amount in your palm, work up a lather on wet face, rinse and pat dry. Follow it up by toner, moisturiser and serum. For optimum results, regular use is recommended.