Madflowers, Pure Oils for Natural Beauty, Achieves Sales Goals; Ancient Ingredients Facilitate Modern Success.MALIBU, Calif. -- Madflowers, a beauty and skincare company dedicated to developing and marketing innovative products formulated with henna and natural plant oils, is celebrating its second year anniversary and the success of its initial product, Madflowers Henna Bronzing Oil.
Madflowers was founded with the goal of treating the whole woman, not just her surface. Women, seeking natural skin care treatments and tired of complicated regimes comprised of a multitude of products, responded. This "modern" approach is believed to have started in ancient Egypt Editing of this page by unregistered or newly registered users is currently disabled due to vandalism. , where natural oils and henna were used for both their healing and beautifying properties.
"The response to our Henna Bronzing Oil has surpassed our projections," stated Terah Tidy, founder and president of Madflowers. "We believed that women were looking for Looking for
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Madflowers Henna Bronzing Oil ingredients include Kukui Nut Oil, Lillies of the Valley, Lavender Oil, Bergamot bergamot (bûr`gəmŏt') [from Bergamo, Italy], citrus tree (Citrus bergamia) grown chiefly in Italy, belonging to the family Rutaceae (rue family). Fruit Oil, Coriander coriander (kōr'ēăn`dər), strong-smelling Old World annual herb (Coriandrum sativum) of the family Umbelliferae (parsley family), cultivated for its fruits. Fruit Oil, Freesia freesia: see iris.
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"The base of our product is the Hawaiian Kukui Nut Oil," continued Tidy, "which is low-viscosity, contains vitamins A, C and E, and is quickly absorbed into the skin. We combine this with Helichrysum Helichrysum
genus in the plant family Asteraceae; in southern Africa H. argyrosphaerum contains an unidentified toxin which causes blindness and paresis resulting from degenerative lesions in the brain. In Australia H. for its anti-inflammatory properties that promote cell regeneration, and we add the Henna for its warm pigment."
Madflowers Henna Bronzing Oil comes in a round glass ball with a pump, which preserves the integrity of the pure oils. The srp is $38.00 for a 4 fl. oz. bottle, which is sold at fine retailers and online beauty sources, and the company website.
Founded in 2004 by beauty industry veteran Terah Tidy, Madflowers produces beauty and skincare products based on pure plant oils. Formerly Artistic Director of Sebastian Hair Products, Tidy has taken her expertise in natural oils and product development to formulate innovative treatments that naturally enhance the beauty and color tone of the skin and lips. Madflowers' headquarters are in Malibu. For more information, please visit www.madflowers.net.
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