Lotus, a timeless muse for artists, unveils more than just inspiration – it holds remarkable skincare benefits. With potent healing and reparative qualities, let’s explore this natural botanical ingredient.

Nutrients in Lotus Wax

Essential for hemoglobin, iron promotes blood circulation and oxygen delivery to skin cells, contributing to the skin’s health and vitality.

Linoleic Acid:
Lotus wax, rich in linoleic acid, a key Omega-6 fatty acid, preserves the skin barrier’s integrity, maintaining moisture balance. Its anti-inflammatory properties help alleviate skin inflammation.

Vitamin C:
A potent antioxidant, Vitamin C combats free radicals, stimulates collagen synthesis, enhances skin elasticity, and slows down the aging process.

Vitamin B:
The Vitamin B complex, including niacin and folate, plays a vital role in sustaining skin health and promoting cellular regeneration.

Derived from lotus flowers, lotus wax offers moisturizing benefits, creating a protective barrier that locks in moisture and prevents dehydration. Moreover, its anti-inflammatory properties contribute to reducing skin inflammation, providing relief for sensitive skin. BAO Laboratory’s Lotus Squalane Healing Facial Oil, a must-have for sensitive skin, enriched with lotus wax, squalane and jojoba seed oil, emulates the skin’s natural sebum. It penetrates skin layers, locking in moisture, diminishing fine lines, and refining skin texture. It has won prestigious beauty awards for three consecutive years, making it a favorite among natural skincare enthusiasts.