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Pomegranate Glycerol Extract (Organic)

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A glycerin extract of pomegranate pulp, giving good polyphenol protection as well as a good humectant to keep the skin supple.

A pale amber coloured liquid made by using glycerin as a means of extracting the active components from pomegranate pulp.

Pomegranate seeds that are extracted into glycerin by a proprietary process. This unique extraction process is qualified by the Soil Association and it results in a sparkling extract, which is not as sticky as pure glycerin extracts. It is sterilised by filtration so no preservative is necessary to keep the extract in its pure form.

Pomegranate contains ellagic acid which, together with other polyphenols, help to regulate cell turnover and give the cell time to divide normally and form completely.

To read a more scientific comprehensive review of pomegranate, click here.
Read more about the history of pomegranates here.


Glycerin, Aqua, Punica granatum Fruit Extract
The individual materials that make up Pomegranate Glycerol Extract are listed on the Cosmetic Ingredient Database (Cosing) here.
Skin Care
Pomegranate Glycerol Extract is a good replacement for glycerin in skin products as it has the humectant effect needed but also a strong polyphenol action.

Add to after shave products like skin soothers and moisturisers as it strengthen the cell membranes and keeps moisture in the skin.

It can be used as a moisturiser in antioxidant creams and lotions.

It also has an anti inflammatory effect.

Ellagic acid is also thought to strengthen the cell membrane, making it less susceptible to free radical damage and preventing water loss from the cell. This is ideal in night creams and anti aging serums.

Combine with hydrolates to make facial toners and spritzes for targeting specific areas or for general moisturisation. Especially effective after sunburn.

Very calming and soothing when used in after shave creams and lotions or spritzes. Equally effective for using after waxing or other hair removal.

Hair Care
Strengthening the cell membranes will help the hair follicles to work the best they can.
Add to shampoos and hair conditioners to restore the structure of damaged hair giving more shine and elasticity.

Recommended for oily hair that has a tendency to have dandruff.

Use at 3% to 6%. It is safe to use at higher amounts but there is a possibility that the end 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 floral waters to make toners and facial spritzes.

Night Serum
Stage 1: (above 75°C)

79% Boiled Rose Water
2% EmulsiGel Eco
4% Pomegranate Glycerol Extract

Stage 2: (room temperature)
6% Macadamia Oil
2% Rosehip Seed Oil
1% Pomegranate Seed Oil

Stage 3: (below 40°C)
2% Eco Marine Algae Extract
2% Vitamin E
1% Preservative 12
1% Essential Oils of your choice
100% Total


Mix the EmulsiGel Eco with the Pomegranate Glycerol Extract and then add to the hot water. Stick blend until thickened.

Add the combined stage 2 ingredients to stage 1 and stick blend briefly to combine.

Cool down in a pan of cold water whilst stirring with a spatula.

Add stage 3 ingredients and stir again. Jar and label.

After Shave Gel
Stage 1: (room temperature)

63% Orange Blossom Water
20% Rose Flower Water
1.3% Konjac Glucomannan Powder

Stage 2: (room temperature)
5% EcoSilk
5% Pomegranate Glycerol Extract
2% Arctic Oat CO2 Extract
1.7% Vitamin E
1% Preservative 12
1% Essential Oils of your choice
100% Total


Dust the Konjac powder over the combined floral 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.

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
Almost every major culture in the last 8,000 years has valued the pomegranate. Whether it be for ceremonial and ritual use or for food or cosmetic use, it has been used extensively.

Of course, it is only recently that “modern science” caught on to centuries of knowledge.

In 1964, the first research studies were done on pomegranates and it was 20 years later for the second study. To date, there are over 400 scientific studies that generally agree on the benefits of pomegranate.

Read more about the powerful health benefits of pomegranates here.
Read more about the medicinal and ayurvedic uses of pomegranates here.
To read more about the potential benefits of pomegrantes click here.
For more information, including research on pomegranates, click here.
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