Firming Face Oil

Posted by Jessica Di Biase on

Cacay oil has been used for centuries by Amazon communities for skin and hair care. The oil is extracted from the cacay tree (Caryodendron orinocense karsten) also called Sasan Amazon or Sacha Inchi.

A nutritional wealth of Cacay Oil lies primarily in its fatty acid composition. It has a minimal amount of saturated fatty acids and high levels of oleic (Omega-9), linoleic (Omega-6), and linolenic (Omega-3) essential fatty acids considered critical for the human body. Calculated proportionally, its concentrations of Omega-3 are comparable only with that of the fish, and still considerably higher than the values found in wild salmon. The seed itself contains 49% of oil, 33% of protein (the measurements vary slightly), 11% of crude fiber, and high concentrations of cysteine, tyrosine, and threonine. Due to the low presence of tannins, protein Sacha Inchi is highly digestible. Based on the claims of the Peruvian herbalists the leaves are edible as well.

Cacay Oil, rich in vitamin E, F and natural Retinol, leaves the skin soft and hydrated. It is a dry oil with highly penetration properties. It provides intensive care for dry and sensitive skin and a long lasting hydrating effect, restoring skin and hair silky radiance. Cacay oil is also highly beneficial in the treatment of skin irritations, burns and to heal scars on the skin. Compared to other oils, it has twice the amount of Linoleic Acid and 50% more Vitamin E than Argan Oil. It is an excellent anti-aging oil containing more natural Retinol than Rosehip Oil.

Florivera face Oil with Cacay, Rosehip and Rose essential oils. Village Spas #Florivera 

Use Cacay Face Oil daily.



• Cicatrizing

• Anti Inflammatory

• Healing

• Illuminates the Skin

• Antioxidant

• Long lasting hydration

• Emollient

• Skin cells renewal

• Anti wrinkle

• Anti stretch marks

• Anti acne

• Anti fungal

• Hair Protector

• Provides Shine and Silkiness

• Prevents split ends

• Nails strengthener

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