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(EX. VAT) 30 ml £6.77
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Lingonberry Glycerol Extract (Organic)

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An organic glycerine extract of lingonberries giving a vitamin and mineral rich, hyrdrating product that also boosts skin cell regeneration.

A delicate pale pink, mobile liquid with a very faint aroma made by combining Organic Lingonberry Extract and Organic Vegetable Glycerine. The pale pink colour does not show through in the finished product.

As this is a natural product, there may be some changes in colouration, cloudiness or sediment.

Our Organic Lingonberry Glycerol Extract is COSMOS approved and is comprised of the following:

10% Organic Physically Processed Agro Ingredient
82.2% Organic Chemically Processed Agro Ingredient
85.10% Chemically Processed Agro Ingredient


Glycerin, Vaccinium Vitis-Idaea, Aqua, Citric Acid
The individual materials that make up the Organic Lingonberry Glycerol Extract are listed on the Cosmetic Ingredient Database (Cosing) here.

Skin Care
The Vegetable Glycerine is an excellent humectant which helps to keep the skin moist and hydrated. Use in creams, lotions and daily defence serums.

Lingonberry is considered to be a super fruit in Scandinavia where it grows wild and is the most harvested wild berry. The berry extract contains large amounts of flavonoids, phenolic compounds and antioxidants.

Research in Beijing found that the polyphenol content helped to diminish visible pigmentation in the skin including damage from photoaging (sun damage).

The good level of antioxidants help to protect all skin types from free radical damage. Use in daily defence creams and lotions.

It is anti inflammatory so use in irritated skin conditions and products for acne prone skin.
It is vitamin and mineral rich which is excellent for all skin types.

It boosts skin cell regeneration so is excellent choice to use in anti aging gels, serums, creams and lotions.

Hair Care
The Organic Lingonberry Glycerol Extract will calm down irritated skin such as psoriasis prone itchy scalps. Add to hair conditioners and hair packs.

Use at 3% to 6%. It is safe to use at higher amounts but there is a possibility that the finished product may feel a little sticky.

Water soluble so cannot be used in oil only products.

Once opened do not leave the cap off the bottle whilst you are working and after use, squeeze some of the air out of the bottle to reduce potential oxidation and seal tightly. Store in a cool, dry place. Protect from freezing and direct sunlight.

Suggested Blends
Add to Flower Waters to make very effective anti aging toners and facial spritzes.


Anti-Aging Gel Serum
Stage 1: (room temperature)
40% Orange Blossom Water
30% Rose Flower Water
11% Frankincense Water
1.3% Konjac Glucomannan Powder

Stage 2: (room temperature)
6% Lingonberry Glycerol Extract (Organic)
4% EcoSilk
3% Wu Zhu Extract
1% Arctic Cranberry Seed CO2 Extract
1.7% Vitamin E
1% Preservative 12
1% Essential Oils of your choice
100% Total

Dust the Konjac powder over the combined flower waters and beat until thickened. It will thicken up a little more when left to stand.

Mix the stage 2 ingredients together and stir thoroughly into the gel. Jar and label.

Mature Skin Regenerator
Stage 1: (above 75°C)

10% Prickly Pear Seed Oil
7% Avocado Oil
3% Argan Oil
5% BioGreen Emulsifier

Stage 2: (above 75°C)
65% Boiling Spring Water
6% Lingonberry Glycerol Extract (Organic)

Stage 3: (below 40°C)
2% Liftonin
1% Preservative 12
1% Essential Oils of your choice
100% Total

Put Stage 1(fat stage) ingredients into a small bowl in a bain-marie and heat to above 75°C.

When they are above 75°C, weigh the Stage 2 (water stage) ingredients into a larger bowl and put into the bain-marie.

Pour the fat stage into the water stage and start to stick blend. After a minute or so, look at the cowl of the stick blender (covers the blade) and see what the mix looks like. If it is granular and separating, stick blend a little longer. When the cream looks smooth and like a runny single cream, stop stick blending and take it off the heat.

Cool down in a pan of cold water and stir with a spatula.

When it is under 40°C, add the preservative and mix thoroughly. Put into jars and label.

For more information and guidance on making your own skin care products please see Aromantic's books and eBooks in our Publications section.

These notes are not meant to replace medical guidance and you should seek the advice of your doctor for your health matters. The formulae 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.

Historical Information
Also known as Cowberries, Lingonberries are native to the arctic region of the Northern hemisphere. The berries have always been a rich dietary source of Omega 3 fatty acids for the indigenous populations as well as being rich in Vitamins C and B as well as many minerals.

In folk medicine, the berries and leaves of the plant have been used for centuries for a wide range of ailments.

Read more about Lingonberries here.

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