'Balance' Facial Oil
Potent anti-bacterial assistance from Tea Tree, balancing from Geranium and anti-inflammatory help from Myrrh, for problematic skin conditions. You only have to use the smallest amount onto any problematic area or angry 'spot'.
This iteration includes a new blend of Liquorice infused Jojoba to further assist with blemish prone skin, easing irritation and encouraging healing. It's also a lighter base blend than before utilising Camellia Seed and Fractionated Coconut Oil to provide a quick absorption and help skin balance the production of sebum.
Use sparingly (or dilute further with more Jojoba Oil if necessary) after cleansing with a gentle, natural cleanser (like 'Balance' or 'Soothe' Facial Cleansing Powder). Have it with you wherever you go so you can re-apply regularly and make that blemish 'be gone'.
Suitable for treating blemishes, pimples, acne, blotches, oily and combination skin.
Suitable for use everyday
*Camellia Tea Oil (Camellia oleifera), *Liquorice Root infused *Jojoba Oil (Simmondsia chinesis), Fractionated Coconut Oil (Cocos nucifera), *Tea Tree (Melaleuca alternifolia), *Geranium (Pelargonium graveolense), Myrrh (Commiphora myrrha). *Certified Organic Ingredient
How to use:
Apply to cleansed skin directly or via the fingertips. Dab onto wrinkles or creases and gently rub in. Recommended twice daily, massaging gently into the skin and allowing it to absorb for a few minutes. You can apply make-up to your skin after around 5 minutes. MEM recommends using a Face Mist after cleansing and before applying Face Oil.
To make a Facial Masque:
Add your Facial Oil onto the palm of your hand (or a small dish) then add a half teaspoon of Facial Cleansing Powder. Add a few drops of pure water or Flower Essences or a spray of your Facial Mist, and mix to a thin paste. Paint or wipe over damp skin from the neck to the forehead, and leave on till it dries. Remove with a Facial Cleansing Cloth and warm water. Pat dry.
What's it like?
Feel: light, quickly absorbing oil
Result: clarifying, cleansing, hydrating
Aromatics: medicinal, fresh, herbaceous