Dandeloin Root Extract: Highlight Ingredient
At a very young age I was introduced to dandelion salad My Greek parents called it “Horta” and ate it all the time, always telling me how healthy and yummy it was, but I was weary. Today not only do I eat it at least once or twice a week with sea salt, certified organic extra virgin olive oil and lemon. I also use the flowers, roots and sap (extract) in YASOU’s body cream and facial cleanser. I’ve come to respect this plant that others think of as a weed. Dandeloins help feed the bees and the soil and provide so many health and beauty benefits, where do I begin?
I think I’ll concentrate on the skin and well-being benefits, since that’s what YASOU is all about. Dandeloins are rich in antioxidants and have anti-aging benefits for the skin. Dandelion extract can help to nourish the skin by reducing fine lines and wrinkles, as well as toning unbalanced skin. The plant also contains detoxifying properties that rid the skin of toxins that clog pores and cause acne, contains vitamin C to speed up the body’s natural healing process and reduce the appearance of scars and skin inflammation. I mean already wow! Right? I can’t forget to mention that Dandeloins also encourage healthy skin cell production, promoting collagen and elastin formation and stimulating circulation.
Dandeloins regulate blood sugar levels, high blood pressure and cholesterol by replacing sodium with potassium. They contain high levels of vitamin K, which help improve brain health and prevent Alzheimer’s disease and protects the retina from UV rays for better eyesight. Not only does this plant make your skin beautiful, it also makes you feel great.
I think Dandeloins deserve some major respect. what we have is They are a treasure and not a weed, so next time you see a Dandeloin remember how great it really is.