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Healthy Skin Benefits with Maple Sap Water

Maple sap water derived from maple trees has gained attention in the skincare industry for its many benefits. Maple trees store nutrition to keep them healthy during the winter which results in a super nutritious sap ready to be extracted from the tree in the spring in small amounts. This clear and nourishing liquid is full of nutrients and minerals, and packed with powerful antioxidants called polyphenols. 

In true Canadian fashion, this key ingredient, maple sap water, is found in our Skin Stuff. Its small molecules make it a lightweight moisturizer without a heavy or oily feeling.  Maple sap water can replenish skin cells leaving your skin soft and renewed with nutrients like calcium, iron and magnesium that can penetrate deeply treating inflammation and unwanted blemishes. 

Here are five skincare benefits associated with Maple sap water:

1. Hydration. 

Maple sap water is rich in amino acids and natural sugars giving the skin excellent hydration while preventing dryness.

2. Antioxidant Properties. 

Antioxidants help combat free radicals, reducing oxidative stress on the skin.  This can give a more youthful appearance and reduce fine lines and wrinkles.

3. Soothing and Anti-Inflammatory. 

For those with sensitive skin, the natural compounds in Maple sap water have soothing and anti-inflammatory properties reducing redness, irritation, and sensitivity.

4. Nourishing and Revitalizing. 

Maple sap water can help improve skin tone because it is packed with nutrients including vitamins and minerals which can nourish and revitalize the skin giving it radiance.

5. Detoxifying. 

Known for its detoxifying properties, it helps eliminate toxins and impurities from the skin, promoting a clearer complexion and healthier-looking skin. 

Maple sap water can replenish skin cells leaving your skin soft and renewed with nutrients like calcium, iron and magnesium that can penetrate deeply treating inflammation and unwanted blemishes.

 

FACT:  Maple water is far more sustainable than other natural waters, with a minimal environmental footprint if consumed where it’s produced in Canada.

Maple sap is golden, subtly sweet, and filled with nutrients, making it a great beverage alternative to coconut water.  You can use it in your smoothies and cocktails.  The minerals are not destroyed by heat, so you can use it in your oatmeal, coffee, and tea. Whether you want to drink it or use it topically, this supernatural ingredient can give you overall healthy, glowing skin!

Want to learn more about the ingredients in our Skin Stuff? Learn more about ceramides and rosehip oil here. 

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