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Skin Remedy is formulated to repair and restore barrier function, bringing skin back to optimal health...


    Skin Remedy is a unique blend of seed oils exceptionally high in linoleic acid, an omega-6 essential fatty acid essential for healthy skin barrier function.


    When the barrier becomes impaired problematic skin conditions appear such as breakouts, acne, rosacea, dermatitis. This treatment oil is formulated to repair and restore the barrier, bringing skin back to optimal health where it can heal more rapidly and retain moisture.


    How to Use

    Apply as many drops as needed to the affected area, as a targeted treatment morning and evening.




    Blend a few drops with your usual moisturiser or hydrating serum.


    Please note that in the case of persistent problematic skin it is recommended to avoid the use of any other products, especially those high in oleic acid, until the skin has returned to a healthy condition.



    Of all the oils found to be higher in Linoleic acid, Passion fruit seed oil is one of the highest at 77%. It is also rich in vitamin A, E, and C, protects the skin from dryness and reduces inflammation.


    Black cumin is another oil high in Linoleic acid (up to 60%). Its 

    powerful antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties make it ideal for treating existing breakouts and prevent further eruptions. Together with antioxidant properties which help diminish sign of ageing.


    Neroli, Petitgrain and Rose Otto have been selected to repair and promote the development of healthy new cells.


    Please refer to our 'Ingredient Guide' to learn about each ingredient selected for this product.



    Passiflora Incarnata (passion fruit) seed oil, Nigella Sativa (black cumin) seed oil*, Rosa canina (rosehip) oil*, Tocopherol, Citrus aurantium var. amara. (neroli)* Citrus Aurantium (petitgrain) leaf oil, Rosa damascena (rose otto)*, citral**, citronellol**, eugenol**, farnesol**, geraniol**, limonene**, linalool**.


    *Certified Organic. **Naturally occurring in essential oils.

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