Chaparral Herbal Body Oil (Larrea Tridentata)
Chaparral is one of my favorite desert plants. It can withstand extreme heat, sun, and harsh desert conditions with no rain for 2 years. The energetics of this plant are powerful and I take notice. When I apply Chaparral Oil as a natural sunscreen - I feel the strong protection it offers.
If you've smelled the desert after a rain you'll recognize the smell of the creosote bush (chaparral). This plant releases oils in the rain and creates the after rain smell. No essential oils in this product, just pure earth. The smell is different. It's earthy like a wet rainy desert- some get confused by it, some LOVE it!
Chaparral has been used for hundreds of years by indigenous peoples for many skin ailments. This plant has specifically adapted to help your skin retain moisture, heal from sun damage, heal acne, remove bacteria, and reduce redness. It dwells in the desert and physically and energetically holds these healing qualities.
Chaparral oil is a strong anti-oxidant for the skin.
Excellent for rashes, itchy skin, bug bites.
Helps fade dark spots on the skin.
Keeps you youthful with powerful anti-oxiadants , anti-aging.
Helps with acne and eczema.
Chaparral has antiseptic, antibacterial, antifungal, antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory and astringent properties.
Use as a mild natural sunscreen SPF 7.
Ingredients: Wild Harvested Arizona Chaparral (Creosote Bush) Infused In Organic Cold Pressed Olive Oil
Volume: 2 oz Glass bottle/bamboo treatment pump top
Directions: Apply to face and body. I love the anti-aging properties as a face moisturizer.
Chaparral is known for its unique scent. It hasn't gone bad- just takes getting used to. I love the scent!
Lovingly handcrafted in small batches.
These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product does not intend to treat, diagnose, cure, or prevent any disease. If you’re pregnant, breastfeeding, or on any medications, please consult with a qualified health professional before beginning any new herbal products. Not for internal use.