Breakouts - Ingredient Composition

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Breakouts - Ingredient Composition

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Key ingredients:

Grape Seed Oil

Grape seed oil is non-comedogenic, non-greasy and easily absorbed, making it a suitable moisturizer for oily and acne prone skin. Thanks to its anti-inflammatory properties and astringent properties, grapeseed oil attacks acne and residual scarring to leave your skin brightened and more balanced.

Ricinus Communis Oil

Castor oil, also known as Ricinus communis, is a vegetable oil pressed from castor beans. If you have oily acne-prone skin, it might seem counterintuitive to use oil to get rid of your acne, but there is some scientific evidence that oil-cleansing is an effective method for getting rid of acne. The idea is that castor oil dissolves the excess sebum on your skin, so when you rinse the castor oil away, you also rinse away the excess sebum, leaving your skin clearer than before. Plus, castor oil offers other anti-acne benefits: it has powerful antioxidant properties that can help reduce inflammation and is also antibacterial.

Amyris Balsamifera Bark Oil

The antiseptic properties of Amyris essential oil help disinfect minor wounds and reduce the chance of infection. You can mix this essential oil with a carrier oil and apply onto minor cuts, burns, bites, and other minor injuries to speed up the healing process.

Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower) Seed oil

Omega-6 (linoleic acid) which is found in sunflower oil, assists with cell development and treating disorders such as eczema, acne and scarring.

How Linoleic Acid Helps Treat Acne?

  • It Promotes Exfoliation
  • It Regulates Oil Production
  • It’s Anti-Inflammatory

Retinol (Vitamin A)

Vitamin A from synthetic sources like Retin-A is one of the better-known ways to effectively treat acne. It is a potent antioxidant that helps your skin combat against both free radicals and acne. Free radicals can actually cause changes to your sebaceous glands, which results in bacteria forming to cause blemishes. Vitamin A also helps to reduce your skins sebum production. This really benefits people with oily and combination skin, as these skin types are prone to acne.

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