Ingredients - Olea Euproea
Olive Fruit Oil
Oleao Euproea, commonly known as Olive Fruit Oil, is commonly recognized as a cooking oil. Virgin olive oil, cold-processed to preserve health and healing benefits, is often seen in high-quality cosmetics due to its rich, hydrating fatty acid content. It is high in Vitamins A and E, and offers antioxidant content that combats effects of aging, inflammation, and regulates the immune system. These antioxidants include flavonoids (phytonutrients that protect from cancer and neurodegeneration) and hydroxytyrosol for prevention of inflammation and skin cancer.
Olive fruit oil carries no known side effects with use while nourishing and replenishing the skin, including reversing signs of aging via wrinkles, spots, and weak skin by rejuvenating the enzymatic processes that give skin a healthy appearance. It can reestablish thickness and texture of the skin when used regularly. Olive oil has an advantage over other oils used in cosmetics due to these properties as well as being effective against growth of microorganisms such as Pseudomonas aeruginosa and Staphylococcus aureus, which can commonly inhabit commercial cosmetics.
It regulates the immune system of the skin, contributing to a healthy skin microbiome. Proper functioning of the immune system from the inside out contributes to eradication of free radicals for smoother, clearer, healthier appearance. It can potentially protect the skin from UVB rays and has been found to help with scarring on burn sites It is important to source virgin olive oil for topical application to preserve the full healing properties.
Olea Euproea is found in Cymbiotika’s Heal-All formula for its ability to nourish, replenish, and moisturize the skin. We blend it with our revolutionary all-encompassing transdermal formula that includes CO2-extracted CBD, DMSO, Magnesium Chloride, Limonene, Arnica, Ginger, Ginger, C3, Boswellia, and Organic Cane Alcohol. We are proud to offer this incredible panacea of skin, muscle, and nervous system healing.
Human studies published in the last 10 years
Cosmetic emulsion from virgin olive oil: Formulation and bio-physical evaluation
Application of genomics to breakthroughs in the cosmetic treatment of skin ageing and discoloration
Enhancement of antioxidant and skin moisturizing effects of olive oil by incorporation into microemulsions
Olive oil inhibits ageing signs induced by chronic stress in ex vivo human skin via inhibition of extracellular‐signal‐related kinase 1/2 and c‐JUN pathways
Olive oil and skin anti-aging