Helichrysum is also known as Amarantos, or Mais, Sempreviva (from the Italian “sempre” and “vivere”, which in free translation means alive forever.
In Thira they call it a kelimithia, in Crete, an antone and immortal in Kythira.
His international scientific name is Helichrysum stoechas and the Greek scientific name Lemonio the Colostrum.
Even when cut, it preserves its aroma, color and beauty, and it has also been called Amaranto and Sebrevieve.
It helps to regenerate tissues and helps in the formation of scar tissue.
It has excellent healing properties, it restores the skin to a healthier state and retards aging due to its strongest cytarno-regenerative action.
It is an excellent oil for massages and abrasions, especially for muscle aches and intense physical strain.
Ideal for damaged skin as it causes immediate regeneration of the epidermis.
He recovers the wounds.
It has strong anti-cellulite action. It alleviates the problem almost immediately.
Ideal for eye area.
It tones the contour and stretches the skin.