Rosehip Intensive Face Serum

Rosehip Intensive Face Serum

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Suitable for all skin types

Stage 1: (room temperature)
50% Rosehip Seed Oil
20% Kiwi Seed Oil
10% Evening Primrose Oil
19% Vitamin E
0.5% Rosemary Antioxidant
0.5% Essential Oils
100% Total
Method:
  • Combine all the ingredients and stir well, then bottle and label.

3 Responses

Aromantic Team
Aromantic Team

July 21, 2020

Thank you for your enquiry.
Please see the below response from our Research and Development Team;

“We cannot comment on other sites usage rates, only ours.
As an anti oxidant Vitamin E is used at lower amounts eg 0.5-1%. This is sufficient to protect more delicate oils from rancidity.
Higher amounts of Vitamin E are included in recipes for the skincare properties of Vitamin E. At the higher amount it can be very useful in helping to repair damaged skin, scar tissue and stretch marks for example. Higher amounts of Vitamin E will always need to be protected by another anti oxidant, in this case we recommend adding 0.1% Rosemary Antioxidant. Our Vitamin E could safely be used neat if desired, however this would be extremely sticky and not at all pleasant!”

Aromantic Team
Aromantic Team

July 21, 2020

Thank you for your enquiry.
Please see the below response from our Research and Development Team;

“We cannot comment on other sites usage rates, only ours.
As an anti oxidant Vitamin E is used at lower amounts eg 0.5-1%. This is sufficient to protect more delicate oils from rancidity.
Higher amounts of Vitamin E are included in recipes for the skincare properties of Vitamin E. At the higher amount it can be very useful in helping to repair damaged skin, scar tissue and stretch marks for example. Higher amounts of Vitamin E will always need to be protected by another anti oxidant, in this case we recommend adding 0.1% Rosemary Antioxidant. Our Vitamin E could safely be used neat if desired, however this would be extremely sticky and not at all pleasant!”

Chinonso
Chinonso

July 20, 2020

Hi,

I have seen some formulations from other sites with only 0.1% of vitamin E in most recipes.
I noticed that most formulas on your website have high vitamin E like 19%. Please how do I know what % of vitamin E that is safe in skincare.
Thank you.

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