Sóley Organics

Lóa Hydrating Hand Lotion 保濕潤手乳液

$325

Lóa 潤手霜是一種含有野生冰島草藥的溫和洗手液。 這款芳香的乳液溫和滋潤,同時讓雙手感覺柔軟,深受愛戴。 lóa霜含有強大的冰島草藥,可以保護雙手。

西洋蓍草是最早被發現有療效的植物之一, 現代臨床分析已證實西洋蓍草”萬靈藥”的美譽, 硏究顯示西洋蓍草精油比任何精油包含更高的甘菊環, 具有鎮定及抗氧功效, 亦有很多硏究拍出西洋蓍草對受損肌膚快速的修護力及成效。西洋蓍草在世界上有非常多的種類, 而於冰島生長的西洋蓍草具有強大的植物能量, 我們在配方中使用西洋蓍草是因為它具有強而有力的「鎮靜」及「療癒」功效, 幫助改善毛孔及減緩肌膚老化現象, 長久使用可使肌膚更健康。

眾多文獻都記載熊果萃取物對明亮肌膚、修復紫外線傷害、淡化曬斑及黑色素有幫助。研究顯示熊果之所以能明亮肌膚,是因為它含有獨特的抗氧化劑以及其他植物性化學物質組合,像是「對苯二酚」與「熊果酸」都是天然有效的美白成分。我們在特調的冰島野生草本配方中加入一點熊果,因為我們認為這對長期改善及滋潤肌膚是安全且有效的,同時幫助肌膚(妳)保持開心、健康、看起來格外"亮妍"!

lóa cream is a mild hand lotion with wild Icelandic herbs. This fragrant lotion gently moisturizes while leaving hands feeling soft and loved. lóa cream contains a blend of powerful Icelandic healing herbs, which protect hands.

250ml

 



 

 

 

 

Our star ingredients are the handpicked wild Icelandic herbs we use in all our skin- and hair care products.
Due to the short Icelandic summers, the wild herbs must absorb vast amounts of energy and nutrients in a short period of time so they can survive the harsh, dark winter. That's why these powerful herbs, found in Iceland’s vast landscapes, are renowned for being strong and effective.
Every summer, when they are at their best, we harvest them from a certified organic patch of wilderness in Southern Iceland. To Sóley's ancestors, these plants were a precious and powerful medicine. To us, they still are.

Icelandic Cancer Research

By purchasing Soley Organics products you're supporting the cancer patients and cancer research in Iceland. 

The Icelandic Cancer Society (ICS) was established on the 27th of June 1951. The ICS has a remarkable history and has through the decades concentrated its engagement on prevention (e.g.cancer detection), education, research and patient services. The main role of the Icelandic Cancer Society is to be at the forefront of the fight against cancer. Women are offered to screen for cervical cancer from the age of 23 to 65 and for breast cancer from 40 to 69. The screening takes place at ICS service centre in Reykjavík, in most primary care clinics outside the capital area and at the Akureyri hospital radiology ward.

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