Bancha Oil

Real Bancha green tea leaves infusion. Body, face and hair oil

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A mix of precious botanical oils infused with real Bancha Green Tea leaves and used pure after cold pressing to bring out their moisturising, elasticising and brightening properties. This beauty oil is non-greasy, non-sticky, absorbs quickly and can be used on the body, face and hair for added brightness and radiance.

Pour a few drops onto a cotton pad or into the palm of your hand. Apply over the dry face and neck, tapping gently for at least one minute. Use morning and evening, after cleansing the skin and at any time of the day to leave the face looking naturally bright again.

For nourishment ffter sun to enhance your tan, on chapped skin to protect and regenerate, on hands and feet to maintain softness. Add a few drops to bathwater to soften skin.

For an effective hydrating and anti-ageing action. Add one drop to foundation for a nourishing effect, on lips before applying lipsticks to hydrate them or to create highlights on cheekbones and cupid’s bow.

As a restructuring mask before shampoo, on wet hair to protect during styling or on dry hair to repair tips and keep the frizzy effect at bay.





Customer Reviews (2)

Review by Tea
Un must! À ajouter ( 2-3 gouttes) à votre hydratant pour
un boost d'hydratation et d'éclat ! Elle illumine le teint et
elle s'ajoute bien à votre lotion
corporelle pour un oumf d'hydratation!!!
Un produit dont je ne me passerais plus! (Posted on 6/29/2019)
Review by MM
Très bon produit pour les cheveux! (Posted on 12/7/2018)


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Green Tea

The amazing plant of Tea is called Camellia Sinensis, an evergreen tree that grows both in the plain and at high altitudes in hot and humid climates.

From this plant can be obtained more than 5.000 different kinds of tea.
GREEN TEA is an unfermented tea and this keeps a high content of catechins and vitamins, mostly Vitamin C. Teaology Green Tea comes from Far East Asia plantations with manual harvest from three to five years of maturity of the plant.

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