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As the world’s most biodiverse region, the Amazon Rainforest is a veritable treasure trove of life. New plant and animal species are discovered every three days. From 1999 to 2009 alone, the World Wildlife Fund counted a total of 1,200 species newly discovered.

“The Amazon Rainforest hosts some of the most extraordinary organisms, including plants renowned for their incredible restorative and healing powers.”

The natives of the Amazon have long used the plants, roots, nuts, clays and fruits from their surroundings as resources for medicines and skin treatments. These ancient super-fruits and other plant life are still cultivated in the wild today, grown organically in a pollution-free zone.

All it takes is a glance at the properties of some of these potent extracts to understand why they far exceed all others in terms of effectiveness. For example, Açai Oil is derived from the Açai berry grown on a beautiful Amazonian palm tree, predominant on the riverbanks in the Brazilian state of Para. Açai has one of the highest antioxidant concentrations of any fruit in the world and is high in essential fatty acids. According to a widely cited University of Florida study, acai contains antioxidants that destroyed cultured human cancer cells. According to Stephen Talcott, an assistant professor with the University of Florida’s Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences,

“Açai berries are already considered one of the richest fruit sources of antioxidants.”

“This study was an important step toward learning what people may gain from using beverages, dietary supplements or other products made with the berries” Talcott said.

Cupuaçu butter, which also comes from a fruit tree, is known as a highly superior moisturizer to those used in other skincare formulas such as lanolin, a wax-like substance secreted from the glands of sheep. Not only is Cupuaçu butter 100% plant-based, it is also attracts and retains as much as 240% more water than lanolin, making it an indisputably more powerful hydrator for skin and hair.

“Cupuaçu butter naturally stimulates tissue reconstruction, provides sun protection, and improves the elasticity of skin and hair.”

There are a number of other unique Amazonian Rainforest natural extracts which also possess potent restorative and healing properties such as Murumuru Butter, Adiroba Oil, Buriti Oil, Guarana Powder and Amazonian White Clay, just to name a few . For men who desire the healthiest skin possible and achieving optimal results, a heavy dose of the Amazon Rainforest in their skincare and grooming regimen is mandatory and should not require a second thought.  

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