Clarifying Facial Oil
A targeted facial oil for acne or spot-prone skin. Bog Myrtle, the key botanical active ingredient effectively disarms bacteria, preventing future breakouts for a calmer, smoother skin tone. Use daily after cleansing.
Alice says: “It has helped heal my acne so much, thank you!”
Watermelon seed is a very light oil which soaks easily into the skin, providing nourishing moisture without clogging the pores or leaving an oily residue. Rich in B vitamins and high levels of magnesium and zinc, this oil feeds the skin with essential nutrients to help keep skin smooth, healthy and glowing.
Black seed oil has excellent anti-inflammatory and antibacterial actions, meaning it can help to reduce the painful inflammation often experienced with spots and blemishes.
Bog myrtle is useful in disarming the bacteria which cause breakouts. Scientific tests have shown that bog myrtle is more effective than Tea Tree oil for the treatment of the bacteria which causes spots.
After cleansing and applying facial mist, smooth a drop or two of facial oil between the palms of your hands and gently massage into face and neck. Apply extra as required.
Clarifying Facial Oil can be used in place of facial moisturiser, or followed by facial moisturiser for extra nourishment. Our facial oils can be used as part of your daily ritual, or as part of a weekly or monthly at-home facial.
Slow Beauty tip… give your skin an extra treat by incorporating a facial massage into your daily ritual. Using your fingertips or a Jade Facial Gua Sha tool, apply upward and outward strokes to your face using a medium pressure.
Vitis Vinifera (grapeseed) oil, Simmondsia Chinensis (jojoba) oil, Nigella sativa (black seed) oil, Citrullus vulgaris (watermelon) seed oil, essential oils of Mentha piperita (peppermint), Citrus bergamia (bergamot), Myrica gale (bog myrtle), Melaleuca alternifolia (tea tree). Naturally present in essential oils: Limonene, Linalool, Citral
Please note: Bergamot can increase the photo-sensitivity of your skin so be sure to remember your sunscreen if you’re out in strong sunlight.