Let's just assume that you are already in the phase of accepting that oils are actually good for acne. It's counterintuitive to everything we were marketed in our teens, but it's backed by heavy science. The principle is simple - our bodies and organs like balance. Skin, being an organ, likes balance. When the skin is too dry, it will increase oil production. Balancing your skin with an oil can reduce oil production, eliminating the feeding source for that bacteria. Add in anti-bacterial and anti-microbial ingredients, and use oils which mimic our skin's natural sebum, and voila. Logical right?
There are also properties of certain oils that will actually draw excess oil and impurities from your skin. Something science-y about molecular bonding which I don't want to mess up since I'm not a chemist.
So here's what we did. We looked for stable (another science thing, but basically, won't spoil or break down from exposure to oxygen or sunlight) inexpensive, acne-friendly oils. We looked at the ingredients of my favorite (but pricey) oils, and from there, this recipe was born.
The meadowfoam, which mimics skins sebum calming overactive oil-producing glands and balancing "hydration" as needed. The rosehip seed oil is a powerful antioxidant, and the powerful blue tansy provides the irresistible tea with honey scent, green color, and is a powerful anti-bacterial, anti-inflammatory, and anti-fungal.
Users report a dramatic increase in the happiness of their skin.
All potions were designed to work together or separately.
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