All over the Internet, there are sites that tout the beauty secrets of Brazil. Indeed when you see pictures and film of Brazilian natives lounging on the beaches or strolling down busy streets, you cannot help but notice how beautiful, tanned, and young the women look. It is natural to want to look as good, but first one must unlock the secrets to native beauty. As it happens, Brazilian women depend upon natural resources for skin care, byproducts of the rainforest known as copaifera and andiroba.
What are Copaifera and Carapa?
Copaifera is a genus of trees indigenous to the Amazon rainforest which yield an oil extract of the same name as well as copaiba, a golden, viscous liquid tapped from the tree for various medicinal and beauty purposes. The Carapa tree is also found in the forest, growing as high as 100 feet. From its seeds are extracted the very valuable andiroba oil, known to have healing properties.
What’s so great about Copaifera and Andiroba?
Used topically, copaifera and andiroba oils offer many benefits to the skin. In addition to their healing properties – from soothing irritations and sores to relieving bug bites and cuts – these oils are used in cosmetics produced in Brazil. The skin is rejuvenated and made to look younger. When skin is hydrated, it is healthy and more elastic. Brazilian women depend upon such products to keep them looking beautiful in the hot, constant sun.
Are there side effects to using Copaifera and Carapa?
Recent research indicates no known side effects to using either oil. Copaifera and Andiroba oils are gentle on the skin and suitable for all skin types. However, if you are easily prone to skin allergies it would be best to consult with a doctor before using anything with these oils.
Copaifera and Carapa sound great. Where can I get them?
Enter Copaifera and Carapa into Internet search and you are bound to find several online shops selling the oils in various forms, together and separately. They are in very high demand, but when you shop for them make sure you are getting the purest extracts of Copaifera and Carapa available, directly from the Amazon Rainforest. Many sites claim to have the Brazilian secret to beauty, but only the oils in their purest form, used in skin care products, will do the trick.
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