There are few iconic beauty ingredients which we just cannot NOT own.
Sweet Almond oil is a virgin oil extracted from a certain variety of almonds and is particularly sought after in cosmetology.[...]
Henna is famous for body tattoo but do you know its benefits for skin and hair?
There are some rules we at IZIL live by and one of them is: there is a natural alternative to almost all chemical beauty cosmetics.
After a certain age, we are all faced with the fact that there is no way around covering these white hair strands that start showing up[...]
If you are lost in the oil department concerning your skin, just shout “Open Sesame”. Today we will take you to the mysterious world of Sesame Oil.
Sesame oil is not a very well known oil for cosmetic use, but its benefits on skin are so diverse that one cannot live without having a bottle of sesame in his bathroom.
The cosmetic industry is always looking for rare ingredients to include in their cutting edge creams. Izil beauty team went far to bring one of the rarest plants unknown yet to most of the big names in the beauty world. We are talking here about a plant based, blueish dye that the Saharian women use to paint fabric into an amazing shade of blue.[...]
For some, the idea of “Tea for two” is to curl up in bed and enjoy a cookie. For us it means, let’s celebrate tea for its skin’s wonderful powers.
We want obviously to share with you why the research team behind IZIL beauty, turned this not so glamorous ingredient into brilliant natural products such as the “Green tea antioxidant face mask” and the “Green Tea” lotion and body scrubs.[...]
Imagine what it would be like if you got out of the bed every day looking like those magazine dolls who never have a single strand of their hair astray and every photo of those girls makes you long for hair that is glossy and bouncy.[...]
If we had to simplify our skin structure to understand it better, it would be something like this : skin cells and hair follicles.
The follicles are home to sebaceous glands producing a rich oily substance called sebum.
This substance overflows to the surface to keep it moisturized. While this natural mechanism is needed for our general skin wellbeing, disfunction happens most times than not.