BIRCH BARK CLEANSE TAR
Has disinfecting, anti-inflammatory, antiparasitic, antipruritic, restorative and insecticidal effect. Improves blood supply to tissues, normalizes the functioning of the sebaceous glands, combats dandruff and improves hair growth. Helps to fights against skin diseases like pyoderma: ulcers, bedsores; psoriasis, burns and fungal infections. Created out of a thin layer of Birch Bark.
Birch tar is a natural product, it is a product of dry birch bark distillation or the outer part of birch bark.
Since ancient times it was known as a good natural remedy for many diseases. Traditional medicine put birch tar on the first place, its application was very wide. Tar is obtained from birch, which in itself is a whole pharmacy in folk medicine. Healing properties of tar are proved by time, it is used both in folk and in official medicine. Birch tar is used to heal skin diseases, hair care. The chemical composition of the birch tar is quite complex: it contains more than 10 thousand different substances.
Active Ingredients (naturally occurring):
Alkaloids - Anti-inflammatory, anticancer, analgesics, local anesthetic and pain relief, neuropharmacologic, antimicrobial, anti-fungal, and many other activities
Catechin - Very strong anti-oxidative, anti-inflammatory and bactericidal component
Cresol - Antiseptic, disinfectant
Essential oils - Anti-inflammatory, antibiotic and antimicrobial
Gaultherin - Powerful wound healing and disinfecting component
Glycosides - Used to accelerate all metabolic processes in tissues and the body
Guaiacol - Antiseptic, safe to use in the food industry and cosmetology
Leukanthocyanins - Flavanoid, has an antimicrobial, anti-fungal effect
Phenol - Bacteriostatic, analgesic, antiseptic
Resinous substances - Builds and repairs healthy tissue
Suberin - Fluid trapping substance, responsible for the elastic properties
Tannins - Significantly inhibit bacterial growth
Triterpene alcohol - Anti-inflammatory component
How to use: Recommended mixing 5% of Birch Bark Tar with other solutions, such as hand sanitizers, alcohol sanitizers, liquid soaps, and others to achieve optimal effect.
A mask for a problem skin: 1 tablespoon of birch tar is mixed with 3 tablespoons of honey and 1 teaspoon of olive oil. The mask should be applied to the face with a thin layer and hold for 15 minutes. After that, the skin is recommended to apply moisturizing cream. Do this mask 2 times a week, and after several procedures the skin will begin to acquire a healthy, well-groomed appearance.
A mask for hair (anti-dandruff): 3 drops of birch tar and 2 drops of vitamin A dilute in 1 tablespoon of burdock oil. The mask should be rubbed into the scalp and, wrapped in a towel, hold for 30 minutes. This mixture not only effectively cleans and regenerates the scalp, but also promotes accelerated hair growth. Normalizing the work of the sebaceous glands, this natural antiseptic helps to cope with excessive fatty hair.
A rejuvenating mask: 1 teaspoon of tar, 1 teaspoon shea butter, 1 teaspoon cream. All components should be mixed and applied to clean and dry skin, and wash off the mask after 15 minutes. The procedure can be repeated no more than twice a week. Efficiently cleansing the enlarged pores, birch tar helps to normalize the release of fat, prevent inflammation and thus relieve the skin of acne.