Lipolami Milk Thistle benefits for skin
Lipolami is a lightweight moisturizer extracted from milk thistle, a nutrient-dense herb topped with vibrant fuchsia-colored blooms that resemble clover.
Milk thistle has a 2,000-year history of medicinal benefits, and scientists continue to uncover new nutrients in the plant’s elixir that improve the look and feel of skin.
Lipolami Milk Thistle is rich in silymarin, an antioxidant that can help slow the aging process and turn back the clock by fighting free radicals that attack skin cells, resulting in fine lines, wrinkles and dark spots.
Silymarin also helps support skin’s ability to manage photo-aging, which shows itself as dark spots and sagging skin - the result of too much exposure to UV rays. It slows oxidative stress, supporting delicate skin cells. Milk thistle is also made up almost exclusively of fatty acids, which offer lightweight but effective hydration, so parched skin cells become plumper and skin appears more luminous.
The lightweight oil combines well with other ingredients, creating an easily spreadable formula that penetrates the skin’s surface layer to reach the cells beneath, leading to long-term, clearly visible improvements. Lipolami Milk Thistle is found in Xtend-Life’s Kanapa blend.
Uses of Lipolami Milk Thistle
The lightweight formula of Lipolami Milk Thistle makes it well suited for a wide range of cosmetic applications including foaming cleansers, make-up removers, anti-aging products, face and body moisturizers, massage oils and sun protection.
It is also used in certain fragrance formulas to help the scent spread evenly over skin.
Source and sustainability of Lipolami Milk Thistle
Lipolami Milk Thistle is a product of the French company Alban Muller International.
Founded in 1978, Alban Muller had worked to provide natural products with cutting-edge benefits, but has never lost sight of the holistic, eco-responsible principles upon which it was founded.
The company places environmental responsibility and consumer safety and satisfaction of equal importance, and acquires its botanicals from regional farmers.