Skyn ICELAND Arctic Face Oil

Skyn ICELAND Arctic Face Oil

This lightweight oil delivers soothing hydration, helping to revitalise and repair skin’s lipid barrier, smooth fine lines and deliver free radical protection. Read More

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Cold-pressed and lightweight oil, rich in essential fatty acids for boosted hydration and powerful antioxidant protection with Skyn ICELAND Arctic Face Oil, now available at Face the Future Advanced Skin Clinic and Online Shop. 

If your moisturiser just isn’t cutting it and your skin is screaming out for some extra hydration, Skyn ICELAND Arctic Face Oil is the answer. Made up of 99.9% Camelina Oil, this naturally source and cold-pressed, lightweight oil revitalises and repairs skin’s lipid barrier.

Camelina Oil, extracted from Camelina Sativa plant has a unique composition of 9 Essential Fatty Acids, which enables it to survive in harsh weather. The Omega 3:6:9 ratio normalizes skin function, helping to rejuvenate and repair skin.

Skyn ICELAND Arctic Face Oil is rich in antioxidants, delivering essential defence against damaging free radicals. The oil works to boost hydration, penetrating skin for long-lasting moisture for plumped skin.

Benefits of Skyn ICELAND Arctic Face Oil:

  • Rich in 9 Essential Fatty Acids
  • Powerful natural antioxidant protection
  • Naturally sourced & cold-pressed oil
  • Long-lasting hydration
  • Free from parabens, petroleum, mineral oil, chemical sulfates, phthalates, synthetic fragrance and dye

How to use:

Dispense a few drops of Skyn ICELAND Arctic Face Oil into your palms and smooth onto clean skin on the face and neck.

Can be used daily, alone or under moisturiser. Top tip: Great for hair, cuticles and under-eye area too!

Size: 30ml

Ingredients for Skyn ICELAND Arctic Face Oil:

Camelina Stavia Seed Oil (99.9%), Tocopherol, Helianthur Annus Seed Oil.

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