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(EX. VAT) 100 ml £8.25
Price: (inc. VAT) £9.90

Marshmallow Root Oil (Organic)

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Helps to maintain moisturising levels in the skin.

Organic marshmallow roots macerated in Organic High-Oleic fatty acid (Omega 9) Sunflower Oil with 0.1% Rosemary Antioxidant. This Macerated Oil is made by hot-maceration of fresh marshmallow roots.


Helianthus annuus hybrid oil; Althaea officinalis root extract; Rosmarinus officinalis leaf extract
Uses of Marshmallow Root Oil
As it helps to maintain moisturising levels in the skin by helping to maintain the hyaluronic acid levels, you could include this oil in all skin rejuvenating face oils, body oils and face serums

Excellent in all products for sensitive skin

Use in hair packs and hair oils

It helps to nourish and detangle the hair

Dosage: Creams and Lotions: 5-15%; Face/Body Oils: 10-20%; Face Serums: 5-15%; Massage Oils: 10-30%.

Due to the high oleic acid level (approx 80%) the oil gives very good lubrication and is very good when used in whole body massage

For itchy scalp conditions use marshmallow oil together with chickweed oil and chickweed herb infusion. You can also use sea-silk, aloe vera, comfrey and chamomile raw materials.

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Add to soothing hand creams to heal dry, chapped hands. Also add jojoba, rice bran oils and calendula co2 extract or oil + antioxidants like Vitamin A, E and C.
For skin that is burnt or sunburnt, blend it together with St. John’s wort oil and vitamin E.
On nappy rash, blend together with rice bran, jojoba, chickweed, calendula and evening primrose oils.
Marshmallow root oil is excellent for soothing itchy skin tissue. Blend with chickweed oil and comfrey products for this purpose.
Add to massage oil blends as it is a soft, smooth and long oil because of the base oil used (in Aromantic’s case, cold pressed high oleic-content sunflower oil). 
These Massage Oil Blends are suitable for sensitive skin to combat skin irritations and itchiness. These Recipes make 100ml.

Marshmallow Massage Oil for Sensitive Skin 1

30ml Marshmallow Root Oil
25ml Chickweed Oil
10ml Rice Bran Oil
8ml Jojoba Oil
5ml Kiwi Seed Oil
5ml Calendula Oil 
5ml Evening Primrose Oil
5ml Rosehip Oil
2ml/g Vitamin E Oil (undiluted)
0.5ml/g Vitamin A Palmitate
2ml/g Bisabolol
8 drops Rosemary Antioxidant (CO2 Extract)
Up to 0.5% Essential Oils* (Optional)

Marshmallow Massage Oil for Sensitive Skin 2

22ml Marshmallow Root Oil
20ml Chickweed Oil
15ml Kiwi Seed Oil
14ml Jojoba Oil
5ml Evening Primrose Oil
5ml Calendula Oil
5ml Rosehip Oil
10ml/g Vitamin E Oil (undiluted)
0.5ml/g Vitamin A Palmitate
2ml/g Bisabolol
8 drops Rosemary Antioxidant (CO2 Extract)
Up to 0.5% Essential Oils* (Optional) 

*Seek professional advice

NOTE: For further recipes please refer to Kolbjorn’s book
The Aromantic Guide to Unlocking the Powerful Health & Rejuvenation Benefits of Vegetable Oils.

These recipes are given in good faith and are intended for educational purposes only. They have not been evaluated or tested in any way and Aromantic Ltd. makes no claim as to their effectiveness. It is up to the reader to ensure that any products they produce from these recipes are safe to use, and if relevant, compliant under current cosmetic regulations.
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