Al Asyl's Toning Oil has been specially formulated as a support treatment for cellulite. Its synergistic blend of detoxifying essential oils improves circulation and encourages lymph drainage.
Cellulite is caused by many factors, chief being an excess of oestrogen, which causes water retention in the body tissues. A weak liver, poor diet, lack of exercise, stress, bad posture, as well as hormonal imbalances, can be contributing factors. Nicotine also have an adverse effect on the circulation.
Toning Oil should be massaged twice daily into the lower part of body from waist downwards, concentrating on affected areas. Start gently, but move towards a kneading motion. Also rub into the soles of the feet for rapid absorption into the blood stream to encourage drainage of toxins.
Use as a natural remedy regularly for optimal results.
Organic Argan Oil (Argania Spinosa): from Morocco, with its high concentration of tocopherols (Vitamin E), fatty acids, sterol molecules and anti-oxidants that cannot be found in other plant-derived oils, is the base for the Toning Oil.
Atlas Cedarwood (Cedrus Atlantica): from the Atlas Mountains of Morocco is known to stimulate circulation and metabolism, hence in a synergistic combination one of the most effective essential oils for the treatment of cellulite. It stimulates the elimination of excess fat and moisture in tissue.
Cypress (Cupressus Sempervirens): from Spain is a diuretic and circulatory stimulant, used for treatment of broken veins and capillaries.
Grapefruit (Citrus Grandis or Paradisi): from Cyprus is a euphoric oil which uplifts as it works on fluid retention.
Juniper (Juniperus Communis): from India is a major detox remedy which reinforces immune system and alleviates fluid retention.
Patchouli (Pogostemon Cablin): from Indonesia is a tonic for veins, helps reduce congestion.
Influenced by her British and Pakistani roots award-winning artist Maaida Noor has an interest in the rich heritage of Islamic Arts, and the cultural values of the Islamic world.
In recognition of her art and its cross-over appeal in both British and Muslim culture, Maaida was recently announced winner of the '2017 British Muslim Awards in the Arts and Cultural Awareness' category. Before this, her art had been displayed in Battersea Power Station, the Three Faiths Forum, various auction houses, and corporate and private collections including members of the Jordanian Royal Family.
This particular design was inspired by the Turkish Iznik tiles, the pastel colours and patterns reflect the organic ingredients within the product.