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Top 10 Skin Benefits of Noni Lavender Lotion

By: Lola Frailey Thursday August 13, 2020 comments Tags: noni for skin, organic skin care, antioxidants

We created Noni Lavender Lotion to detoxify, nourish and revitalize your skin. Improve your skin tone, soften skin tissue, & reduce the appearance of age spots and blemishes. Our skin is our largest organ and plays a vital role in maintaining our immune system around the clock and supporting all of our body's organs. We in turn need to return the support by caring for our skin to replenish it with nutrients so it can not only work its best but who doesn't want their skin to look and feel it's best too? What you put on your skin matters- it literally soaks into your body.  

Since noni contains over 165 beneficial compounds in its raw, unfermented form and has 110x the antioxidants as apples, it’s amazingly good at promoting clear healthy looking skin. Our noni lotions are made of 100% organic noni pulp, dried at a low heat to preserve the beneficial enzymes and compounds of the raw fruit. They’re water-based, and, in the case of our Noni Lavender Lotion, lightly scented with organic lavender essential oil, a soothing and relaxing scent.

Please note: The IcyHeat Noni Lotion should not be used on your face or sensitive skin areas due to the added menthol and camphor.

Top 10 Skin Benefits:

1. Skin Discoloration/Age Spots

Skin discoloration, such as age-spots, are often caused by sun damage. Used over time, Noni Lavender Lotion helps to rejuvenate the skin, allowing new, clear skin to emerge. The compounds in noni that are attributed for renewing the skin are damnacanthal, anthraquinone and antioxidants. Read more about these compounds here

How to use: Apply to discolored area once or twice per day. Most people see results in 2-4 weeks. You may apply a thinner or thicker coat as desired. 

More on preventing unwanted age spots with noni here 

2. Non-Cystic Acne Aid 

Acne can have a variety of causes, but it’s commonly a reaction to inadequate skin moisture. When facial skin gets dried out, it produces more oils to compensate. This could be happening if you have acne with either very oily or very dry skin.

Although it seems counter-intuitive to apply lotion to skin with acne, it’s very important for a number of reasons. First, it adds moisture to the skin. Our Noni Lavender Lotion is water-based, not oil-based, so you hydrate your skin without adding extra oil.

You’re also putting the soothing and anti-inflammatory benefits of noni to work on your irritated, inflamed skin, helping it to calm and rejuvenate quicker.  

How to use: Apply to your whole face and/or spot-treat blemish prone areas 1-2 times per day.

Also, remember that while the Noni Lavender Lotion will help to soothe topical symptoms of skin irritations (what you see on your skin) but by taking the Noni Fruit Leather internally you can help support and maintain good health from the inside out. We recommend one 2x2 inch piece daily as basic maintenance and between 2 to 4 2x2 inch pieces daily for more persistent conditions. 

3. Noni for Overall Skin Rejuvenation 

Noni helps add collagen back into your skin, giving you a more youthful appearance by naturally helping firm and tighten the skin. It’s a great, all organic beauty aid for firmer skin tone and texture. Over time, the results can be amazing.

How to use: You may use the Noni Lavender Lotion or the Noni Bio Bandage. You may apply a thin coat or more thickly as a skin mask. Recommend steps for both usages below. 

Daily use:

Apply a thin application of Noni Lavender Lotion to the whole face, neck, and other areas of concern 1-2 times per day. Around the eyes, mouth and other highly impacted areas, you may want to apply a thicker coat of lotion to your most troubled areas, particularly at night.

Overnight Face Mask

You can get even more benefits by leaving Noni Lavender Lotion on your face overnight. This gives all those beneficial compounds time to really sink in and make an impact. You’ll wake up with fresher, revitalized skin. Either the Noni Lavender Lotion or the Noni Bio Bandage can make a great mask.

How to use:

Noni Lavender Lotion:

The Noni Lavender Lotion will be a thinner mask. Apply a thin even coat on your clean face and let dry. We recommend leaving on overnight allowing the nutrients of noni to sink into the skin to restore, nourish and rejuvenate skin tone, texture and clarity. We recommend applying nightly until desired results are achieved and then use as desired, we recommend at least one to two times per week. 

Noni Bio Bandage:

The Noni Bio Bandage will be thicker. Spread a thin even coat on your clean face. Let it dry completely, leave in place overnight, or for as long as you’d like. To remove soften with water and gently rub off. We recommend doing this about once or twice per month. Please note that this product contains organic rosemary oil which those with gentle skin may be sensitive to.

4. Noni for Hand Treatment

Your hands can be one of the first areas to show aging. There’s very little fat on the backs of your hands, so when collagen begins to break down, there’s very little buffer. Treatments that increase collagen, moisturize the skin, and improve skin tone can make a big difference. Noni Lavender Lotion is a great option.

How to use: Apply a coat of Noni Lavender Lotion to the backs of your hands and let dry. Apply morning and night.

5. Noni for Skin Exfoliation 

When dead skin cells build up on the surface of your skin, several things happen. First, your skin’s appearance is visually impacted, appearing more dull and less vibrant. In addition, you form a layer that can trap oils under the surface of the skin, causing enlarged pores and acne.

It’s very important to frequently use a gentle, all organic exfoliant like Noni Lavender Lotion to clear away dead skin.

Our lotions are specifically in a water base (not an oil base) to allow for better absorption and penetration into the skin (literally to the bone).  

How to use: Apply liberally to an area and rub the lotion into the skin using a gentle circular motion. You will notice little “balls” begin to appear on top of your skin. Noni is a great exfoliator and cleanser. The little “balls” are the cleansing effect of exfoliating dead skin as well as moving excess dirt, oil and makeup.

6. Noni for Foot Calluses

Foot calluses are very common, but fortunately, they can easily be aided. Calluses form when a part of your foot sustains a lot more pressure or friction on a regular basis. It’s your skin’s way of toughening up.

Having a little bit of callus isn’t a bad thing—it can prevent blistering. But they can easily become very unsightly, and even painful. It’s a good idea to address them regularly to keep them from getting out of hand.

How to use:  Apply Noni Lavender Lotion liberally on the callused area, rub in gentle circles to exfoliate and remove the dry skin. Similar to using as an exfoliant on the face, except with the calluses you will really notice the “brown balls” from the exfoliation. Rinse with water and pat dry. This may be repeated several times depending on the thickness of the callus. After completing the exfoliation we recommend applying a thin coat of Noni Lavender Lotion to the newly exposed skin to soothe and nourish.

7. Noni for Irritated Skin

Our skin is our body's first line of defense from the outside. It supports all our body's organs and protects them from the elements. Our skin eliminates toxins from our body and reacts to the foods we feed it in our diet. Needless to say many people often experience redness, itching, dryness and much more. Noni to the rescue to calm and soothe inflammation while providing nutrients to help our skin recover from skin irritations such as sunburn, eczema, psoriasis, hives, bug bites and rashes. 

How to use: Apply gently to the irritated skin area and let air dry. We recommend applying 2 to 3 times per day. 

8. Noni as an Antiperspirant/Deodorant

We’ve heard from many of you who have found our Noni Lavender Lotion is great as an antiperspirant. In fact, we just received a new testimonial this month from another person who uses it this way. I recommend giving it a try!

How to use: apply a thin coat of Noni Lavender Lotion to clean underarms and let dry. Wait until the lotion has dried before putting clothing on.

9. Noni as Shaving Lotion and/or After Shave 

We’ve also heard from so many of you who love using Noni Lavender Lotion when shaving. My sister and I also swear by it, works better than any shaving cream we’ve tried plus there is no burning sensation on the skin after shaving.

For Shaving:
Apply a coat of Noni Lavender Lotion to the area and shave as normal. We recommend applying a coat that’s on the thicker side.

As After Shave:
Apply a thin coat over the freshly shaved area and let dry. Particularly for men on the face and neck or women in the bikini area. Also, is wonderful to apply after waxing as it soothes the irritated skin and reduces the inflammation and redness.

10. Noni for your Scalp

Your scalp is skin too, and it needs care and moisture. A dry scalp creates dandruff, but it can also lead to clogged hair follicles. Noni Lavender Lotion clears away that oil build up and moisturizes the scalp, and it has the incredible ability to rejuvenate and soothe the skin.

How to use: You may simply use your fingers or a cotton ball if you prefer, but apply the lotion to your scalp, parting your hair every inch or so. Once you’ve covered your scalp with a thin layer, massage the lotion in, making sure it gets to every part of your scalp. Let the lotion sit for about 20 minutes, and then wash it all out. Do this about once a month for a healthy scalp. If you have a persistent dry and itchy scalp we recommend after every shampooing to massage the Noni Lavender Lotion into the scalp while the hair is still moist and leave on as a leave-in treatment.

We hope you've enjoyed our top 10 recommended usages of Noni Lavender Lotion for skin benefits. Want to learn more? Click here for FAQ on Noni Lavender Lotion. If you have usage or skin tip we'd love to hear from you! Send Lola an email :) on [email protected]

 

Lola Frailey

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