Skin Rejuvenating Serum

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Stage 1: (room temperature)
80% Orange Blossom Hydrolat / Hydrosol
1% Xanthan Gum

Stage 2: (room temperature)
10% Aloe Vera Concentrate
4% Vitamin B3
1% Preservative 12
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3% Pomegranate Seed Oil
1% Essential Oils of your choice.
100% Total
Grape Seed Oil
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Method:

  • Sprinkle the Xanthan Gum over the Orange Blossom Hydrolat and beat, or stick blend, briefly until smooth.
  • Dissolve and blend the Aloe Vera Concentrate, Vitamin B3 and Preservative 12 and stir into the Stage 1 gel.
  • Add the remaining Stage 2 ingredients and combine thoroughly.
  • Bottle and label.


4 Responses

AROMANTIC LTD
AROMANTIC LTD

May 16, 2022

Thank you for your enquiry.

Please see the below response from our Research and Development Team

“L-ascorbic acid is a highly unstable form of Vitamin C. It oxidises very quickly and requires a very low pH of 3.5 in order to function properly. This pH is too low for daily use and would be irritating to the skin if used daily. It is fine for use in a skin peel type of product that is used once or twice a week, despite what the article in Vogue says.

Magnesium ascorbyl phosphate is a water soluble form of Vitamin C and is less irritating than the L-ascorbic acid version.

The Vitamin C that we sell is Sodium Ascorbyl Phosphate which is very potent whilst also being the most stable and a gentler form of Vitamin C. It works well in a pH of 6.5-7 which is perfect for the skin and for anti aging / rejuvenating properties use it at the lower rate suggested in the website listing.

If you want to add it to the Skin Rejuvenating Serum there should be no conflict with the other ingredients."

Marios Charalambous
Marios Charalambous

May 16, 2022

(How much vitamin C should I use in skincare?
“Begin with a low concentration of 10% and increase to 15% or 20% as tolerated,” she instructs. For oily or normal skin, L-ascorbic acid is the most potent form of vitamin C and can be the most beneficial, while for dry and sensitive skin, magnesium ascorbyl phosphate, a water-soluble vitamin C, is less irritating.)
Is this true?? On your site, it is advised to be used at 3-5 %. i will use in this product and reduce orange hydrosol accordingly.

Aromantic Team
Aromantic Team

April 04, 2022

Thank you for your enquiry.

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

“Yes, it would work well. You add the Vitamin C powder at the same time as the Vitamin B3 powder to ensure they both dissolve fully. Whatever percentage of Vitamin C you have used, reduce the Orange Hydrolat by the same amount.”

Marios Charalambous
Marios Charalambous

April 04, 2022

Can I add vitamin C to this formula and how? I have seen in internet that it is best to have them together…is it true …does aloe concentrate have a lot of vit c so it is not needed? Im more interested to use this serum for mature skin.

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