Introducing In10sity’s Cellular Regenerator-The King of Healing & Moisture

Sep 24, 2021 | Health | 0 comments

In10sity's Cellular Regenerator

As we draw close to winter, maintaining healthy-looking skin can be a bit of a problem. And between the crisp air outside and the heaters set on high inside, our skin may be begging for some much-need moisture. Fortunately, the In10sity team has put together a natural body butter to help keep your skin moist and healthy throughout the cold months.

We have formulated our Cellular Regenerator Body Butter with essential oils such as coconut oil. And aromatics like lavender, hemp oils, and tea tree oil. One jar of this Cellular Regenerator Body Butter is enough to heal and moisturize your skin for up to 3 months. As it does its work helping to heal scarring, stretch marks, surgical scarring and so much more.

All while giving your skin that natural glow we all yearn for. We’ve all been there: you’ve tried a dozen different lotions that promise to deliver smooth skin and that glow you desire, yet nothing feels quite refreshing enough. During these winter months, your skin will grow tired of feeling tight, dry, or flaky- so after a long day’s work in the cold; slathering on some Cellular Regenerator Body Butter will help restore its natural beauty with every application!

Cellular Regenerator Body Butter

100% Natural Ingredients Used In Our Body Butter!

We created In10sity’s Cellular Regenerator with essential oils such as coconut oil and aromatics like lavender. Below we talk about these components in detail:

Shea Butter

Shea butter is a kind of seed fat that originates from the shea tree. This tree is native to East and West Tropical Africa. We get shea butter from two oil kernels located in the shea tree seed. Creating shea butter from these seeds involves removing the kernels from the seeds, then grounding them into a powder. After this, you should boil it in water. While it boils, the butter rises to the top of the water and becomes solid.

Kokum Butter

Farmers obtain Kokum butter from the seeds of the Kokum tree– also known as Garcinia Indica. and these trees are mainly cultivated in the tropical regions of India. Cosmetic, medical, and culinary industries use this for a variety of purposes.

Coconut Oil

Coconut oil serves a variety of skin care purposes. This oil originates from coconuts. It offers loads of benefits including antioxidant and antiaging properties. Coconut oil comes in two types, refined and virgin. As the name suggests, Refined coconut oil goes through a high heat refining process. While virgin oil doesn’t go through any refining process.

Hemp Oil

Hemp oil is oil made by crushing and pressing hemp seeds. And most times, people mistake hemp oil for hash oil., a THC-based oil made from cannabis. Hash oil is psychoactive, Hemp oil isn’t. Hemp oil is a natural product that is highly recommended by skincare specialists worldwide.

Tea tree oil

Tea tree oil serves a variety of purposes including maintaining healthy skin and hair. This oil comes from the leaves of a little tree native to Queensland and Australia called Melaleuca alternifolia.

Cedarwood Oil

You can get cedarwood oil by Cedarwood steam-distilling the sawdust or wood chips of the Cedar tree. We recommending using cedarwood oil to boost skin health and relieve stress and anxiety.

Geranium

Geranium is a plant commonly found in temperate regions worldwide, especially in the eastern part of the Mediterranean region. We acquire Geranium oil by steaming and distilling its leave. Folklore states that Geranium can help treat a wide range of health conditions.

Lavender

Lavender is an aromatic plant that offers a lot of health benefits. For example, lavender oil, an essential oil gotten from the lavender plant benefits the skin in many ways! It helps with wrinkles, lessens acne, and even improves hair health.

Tamanu Oil

Tamanu oil is an oil that has served medicinal purposes for centuries by African and Asian cultures. This oil comes from the seeds of the tamanu nut tree. It is the ultimate ingredient for acne-prone skin.

Jojoba Oil

Jojoba oil is from the seeds of the Jojoba shrub, a perennial plant primarily found in the North American Deserts. The process of extracting jojoba oil requires a cold-press method which helps the oil maintain its nutritional value.

Rosemary Oil

Despite its name, rosemary oil is not a true oil because it doesn’t contain fat. However, this doesn’t take away the benefits rosemary has to offer to the skin. Rosemary oil is in high demand worldwide and this is due to its ability to serve various medicinal purposes, especially on the skin.

Lemongrass & Lemongrass oil

Lemongrass is a tropical and medicinal plant. Its oil, usually called lemongrass oil, gives off a powerful citrus scent and offers powerful skin care benefits. Asides from its skincare powers, lemongrass oil is also used in aromatherapy to help alleviate stress and depression.

Neem Oil

Neem oil comes from the topic neem tree(also called Indian Lilac). Skincare specialists use to treat a variety of skin and hair conditions. Neem oil contains various beneficial substances such as antioxidants, calcium, vitamin E, triglycerides, and limonoids.

Vitamin E oil

Vitamin E Oil comes from Vitamin E and is often used as body butter.  It possesses antioxidant properties and helps reduce UV damage to the skin.

In10sity’s Cellular Regenerator Body Butter

Try In10sity’s Cellular Regenerator and watch your skin glow! To get the body butter, go to our online store today to place your order. Also, follow us on Instagram to learn more about how to improve your health through nature’s gifts.

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