What is Ginkgo Biloba?

Ginkgo Biloba (also known as the maidenhair tree) is one of the oldest species of trees on the planet and has many skin and hair benefits. It is rich in antioxidant flavenoids which can help protect skin and hair integrity and even provide some anti-ageing benefits. Its anti-inflammatory, anti-irritation, and regenerative properties have also been used to help with wound healing. Studies have also shown Ginkgo Biloba stimulates the breakdown of lipids and protects blood vessels, and has therefore been associated with anti-cellulite properties.

What is Ginkgo Biloba?Here are some of the reasons why we love Ginkgo Biloba at Faith in Nature:

Skin Benefits: Ginkgo Biloba is known to help prevent visible signs of ageing such as wrinkles, fine lines and dryness of the skin.

Promotes Hair Growth: The natural qualities in Ginkgo Biloba are said to generate hair growth by providing more nutrients to the hair follicles

Anti-inflammatory: Inflammations caused by allergies and infections have been known to be combated with the use of Ginkgo Biloba.

Rich in Vitamin E: Ginkgo Biloba is extremely rich in Vitamin E which can help prevent skin problems like scars, stretch marks, and patchiness. It replenishes the moisture of the skin and keeps it healthy and fresh.

Natural Sunscreen: Ginkgo Biloba has qualities which are known to make it a great natural sunscreen. Its extracts are used in many sunscreens, providing protection to the skin from the harmful effects of the sun.

Why not take a look at our Ginkgo Biloba products here >>

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