Why Papaya enzyme is one of our ingredients
Did you know that Lanolab consists of two natural ingredients, one being Lanolin and the other being Papaya, therefore making it the perfect multi-use balm?
What is papaya enzyme?
Papaya enzyme is the compound found in the leaves and fruit of the papaya.This active enzyme that is naturally found in papaya works effectively in hydrating the skin cells and improving skin tone.
What does papaya extract do?
Nourishes. Protects and Sooths. Yes, please!
As a fruit, Papaya isn’t just good for you to eat eat. It’s also full of nutrients and for this reason it boasts several health benefits when applied to the skin. Read the full article here: https://www.everydayhealth.com/diet-nutrition/diet/papayas-nutrition-benefits-risks-how-eat-more/
✨ 4 of the many reasons and counting, as to why it’s one of our ingredients
1.Rich in AHA’S
Did you know that papaya enzymes are rich in AHA’s which are essential for glowing and healthy skin?
AHA’s are also great for dry skin as they are made up of molecules that love water which improve the skin’s moisture content.
Papayas contain concentrated amounts of both Vitamin A & Vitamin C which have anti-inflammatory properties as well and antioxidants .
These assist in soothing your skin.
The flesh of papaya contains antioxidants, as well as vitamins C and E, which are good for your hair.
These enzymes are known to reduce skin inflammation as well as soothing minor burns and because papaya is a natural anti-inflammatory, it will also assist in repairing your skin after a sunburn.
4.Assists in healing wounds
Fun Fact: Papaya can both be applied to minor burns and wounds to speed up the healing process -without stinging the affected area of skin and keeping bacteria away -how amazing!
Do you need any more convincing that papaya extract is the perfect ingredient in our balm?
Why use L A N O L A B?
Lanolab is 100% natural and therefore the perfect travel size balm to keep handy for those wanting nourished and hydrated lips! Order your tube of Lanolab here, today!