Facial Oil Blend For Acne-Prone Skin

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A potent blend of oils rich in Omega 3 which are great for rebalancing the sebum production in oily skin. Combined with effective antioxidants and soothing extracts, the high Vitamin content makes this a powerhouse for improving acne.
Stage 1: (room temperature)
30% Kiwi Seed Oil
25% Rosehip Oil
20% Jojoba Oil
11% Evening Primrose Oil
10% Vitamin E
1.5% Anti-Acne Active Formula
1% Chamomile CO2 Extract
0.5% Vitamin A Palmitate
0.5% Rosemary Antioxidant
0.5% Fragonia Essential Oil
100% Total
 
Method:
  • Weigh all the ingredients and combine thoroughly. Then bottle and label.
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4 Responses

Aromantic Team
Aromantic Team

February 15, 2021

Thank you for your enquiry.

Please see the below response from our research and development team;

“Yes, we sell rosehip oil – just use the search box and it shows up here
https://www.aromantic.co.uk/products/rosehip-seed-oil

Unfortunately we don’t have a lead time for the Kiwi Seed Oil
Instead of Kiwi Seed Oil, you could swap that for Chia Seed Oil which will work very well in its place. You can use the search box for that as well and read up about its qualities. It is in stock now and available as organic and non organic."

Rosy
Rosy

February 15, 2021

Hi Aromantic team,

I wanted to get a bottle of the kiwi seed oil but I saw that it’s currently out of stock. May I know when would you guys have it back on stock?
Also I noted that the second ingredient of this kiwi seed oil is Rosehip oil. Do you guys sell rosehip oil by itself? I personally have acne-prone skin but my skin is starting to get wrinkles. Therefore I wanted an oil that is not too oil but offer anti-ageing effect. I read online that rosehip oil has a higher level of anti-ageing effect – so I would be very interested in getting a bottle of that. https://sowourplanet.com/marula-oil-vs-rosehip-oil/

Thank you for helping.
Rosy

Aromantic Team
Aromantic Team

December 04, 2020

Thank you for your enquiry.

Please see the below response from our Research and Development
Team;

“I don’t know where you got the idea that 1% was a maximum safe limit for Vitamin E. Higher levels are safe as well but need different care and conditions. 10% does start to have an exfoliating effect on the skin and that level is one I would use for diminishing scar tissue. At that level, it becomes unstable so needs a stronger antioxidant like Rosemary Antioxidant to slow down the oxidation rate. At that level it is also very sticky and unpleasant to use so it needs blending with other materials to improve that.

That is why we only use it at higher levels for very specific purposes.

Ultimately, it is down to your safety assessor to pass or fail your formulation and we have had no problems with higher percentage as long as the product is correctly formulated and labelled."

Reem
Reem

December 04, 2020

hello,
Regarding antiactive oil blend serum ,as i know maximum amount of vitamine E is 1% .
Is 10 % considered safe ?

Thanks

Reem

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