Tonic based on hydrolats of purple, witch hazel and linden, with the addition of herbs, mandarin juice extract and rose petal vinegar macerate. Designed for problematic skin of all ages.
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Tonic based on hydrolats of purple, witch hazel and linden, with the addition of herbs, mandarin juice extract and rose petal vinegar macerate. Designed for problematic skin of all ages. Refreshes, restores natural pH, prevents imperfections.
It is recommended that it be used comprehensively with the rest of Purite’s cosmetics from the normalizing and anti-acne series, namely the cream, soap and nettle oleum.
A detailed description of the tonic’s ingredients:
Organic Ladan purple hydrolate is known for its cleansing, pore tightening and anti-inflammatory properties. It has antibacterial, antifungal and antiviral effects. It also has skin brightening and equalizing properties. Recommended for the care of acne-prone skin and with acne lesions.
Organic witch hazel hydrolate gives excellent results in acne skin care due to its antibacterial and astringent properties. It soothes skin inflammation, eliminates puffiness and regulates sebum secretion. It is also recommended for the care of vascular skin, due to its effect of promoting microcirculation and sealing capillaries.
Organic small-leaved linden hydrolate has a soothing and anti-inflammatory effect. It soothes the skin after sun exposure, for example, and reduces redness. It accelerates the healing of skin lesions, refreshes and moisturizes the skin.
Tangerine juice extract contains flavonoid glycosides, including hesperidin and isohysperidin, fruit acids, and is a source of B vitamins, including folic acid and pantothenic acid, vitamin C, and micronutrients (calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, zinc). The process of freeze-drying the juice preserves all the nutritional values.
Fruit acids have a moisturizing, brightening effect, gently exfoliate and soften keratinized epidermis. Ascorbic acid improves blood supply to the skin, by promoting collagen synthesis it influences the firmness and elasticity of the skin, strengthens the walls of blood vessels, brightens the skin, and influences the shallowing of wrinkles. Vitamin C is also recommended for acne skin care. B vitamins help maintain skin firmness and elasticity.
Acetic macerate of damask rose petals is a synergy of the best skin moisturizing and softening properties and the luxurious aroma of fresh flowers. It has a beneficial normalizing and anti-aging effect, affecting the balance of body and spirit. Damask rose has anti-inflammatory properties, which makes it recommended for the treatment of acne-prone skin.
Violet tricolor (herb) is used in the treatment of juvenile acne and eczema. It owes its properties to the bioactive compounds it contains, such as flavonoids (min. rutoside, vitexin, quercetin), mucilages, salicylic acid, methyl salicylate, tannins, carotenoids, mineral salts, essential oil and organic acids.
St. John’s wort (herb) contains many active substances: hypericin, pseudohypericin, hyperforin, flavonoids (rutin and quercetin), hyperoside and tannins. In addition, essential oils, resins, organic acids, pectin, choline, vitamins A and C, carbohydrates and mineral salts. Applied externally, it seals capillaries, has a bacteriostatic, astringent effect on the skin and mucous membranes, accelerating the healing of hard-to-heal wounds and inflammation.
The mullein flower (blossom) exhibits disinfectant properties, so it is recommended for acne-prone skin. It helps cleanse the skin while soothing irritation and not causing sensitization reactions. It is a rich source of anti-inflammatory and antioxidant ingredients. Flavonoids and tannins contained in mullein have antibacterial effects. In addition, mullein is rich in saponins, mucilaginous compounds, resins, coumarins, essential oils and organic acids.
Ternate clitoria has been used for years in natural Ayurvedic medicine. Anthocyanins – known for their anticancer properties – are responsible for the all-natural blue color of the flowers and the infusion. Clitoria contains numerous flavonoids (delphinidin, kempferol, quercetin, myricetin), which have detoxifying, anticancer and anti-inflammatory effects. The health-promoting properties of the raw material are also due to its content of lactones, phytosterols and terpenoids, known for their anti-inflammatory properties.
For centuries, the herbal herb (flower) has been valued in herbal medicine. It contains essential oils, flavonoids, tannins, bitters (β-thujone, isothujone), organic acids, monoterpenoids and a high potassium content. The medicinal effect is mainly attributed to the presence of β-thujone, as well as sesquiterpene lactones, but the former, when used internally, has been found to be dangerous. Applied externally, it has antifungal and antibacterial effects. Traditionally used for hard-to-heal wounds, swellings, sprains, bites, etc.
Impatiens (herb, fruit) is valued primarily for its ability to calm the autoimmune reactions that accompany, for example. Psoriasis, AD, as well as allergic skin lesions or insect bites. In addition, it contains vitamin F, resins, flavonoids (quercetin and kemferol), alpha-paraic acid, ceryl alcohol, phenylacids and leukodelfinidin.
Lancelet plantain (leaf) contains large amounts of mucilaginous compounds (up to 10%), iridoid components, tannins, flavonoids, organic acids, carotene, vitamins C and K, minerals (including sodium, potassium, magnesium, zinc salts), so it has an anti-inflammatory effect on the skin and strengthens capillaries. It accelerates wound healing and has an anti-acne effect.
Nettle (herb) is called a natural antibiotic due to its strong antibacterial effects. It contains vitamins B1, C, E, and K, as well as calcium, silicon, phosphorus and manganese.
Known for years as an effective ingredient in cosmetics for acne-prone skin – it works by directionally destroying the bacteria responsible for the formation of acne-prone skin lesions.
Bisabolol is the main active ingredient in the Roman chamomile flower, responsible for its anti-inflammatory, antibacterial and irritation-soothing effects.
The oil contained in sage leaves contains, among other things. camphor, saponins, flavonoids, organic acids, vitamins B1, P, C, carotene, resinous compounds and mineral salts, and other active substances. It has mainly antiseptic, fungicidal, anti-inflammatory, astringent, tonic and sedative effects.
The presence of “sediment” on the surface and inside the tonic is not a sign of spoilage. Shake before use.
Our products contain natural substances of plant origin,
As a result, sensitization reactions may occur in susceptible individuals.
DOES NOT CONTAIN PRESERVATIVES, ARTIFICIAL FLAVORS AND COLORS.
Spray the skin of the face, neck and décolleté several times. Use as desired, especially after each face wash.
– COMPOSITION / INGREDIENTS: hydrolats of: Ladan purgative, witch hazel, small-leaved linden; apple cider vinegar, vegetable glycerin, extracts of tangerine juice, damask rose, tricolored violet, Ternate clitoria, mullein, impatiens, St. John’s wort, plantain, stinging nettle, and wortwort; bisabolol, ecoconservant*, sage essential oil.
– INGREDIENTS (INCI): Cistus Ladaniferus Leaf Water, Hamamelis Virginiana Water, Tilia Cordata Flower Water, Cider Vinegar (Acetum), Glycerin, Citrus Tangerina Fruit Extract, Rosa Damascena Flower Extract, Violae Tricoloris Extract, Clitoria Ternatea Flower Extract, Verbascum Densiflorum Flower Extract, Impatiens Noli-Tangere Extract, Hypericum Perforatum Flower Extract, Plantago Lanceolata Extract, Urtica Dioica Leaf Extract, Tanacetum Vulgare Flower Extract, Bisabolol, Dehydroacetic Acid, Benzyl Alcohol*, Salvia Officinalis Oil