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Melasma Face Oil & Scrub ~ Melasma Diminishing and Lightening ~ Pregnancy Melasma ~ Natural ~ please read “Item Details” below*

Melasma Face Oil & Scrub ~ Melasma Diminishing and Lightening ~ Pregnancy Melasma ~ Natural ~ please read “Item Details” below*

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Melasma Face Oil & Facial Scrub*

An Outstanding oil serum that can lighten and reduce the appearance of Melasma Skin Discoloration*, even complexion and diminish dark spots.
Face Oil can be used every day*

Melasma & Pregnancy Melasma is a chronic skin pigmentation disorder that causes dark patches on the neck, shoulders, and face.

• These products are made specifically to help fade melasma discoloration on upper lips
(mustache), cheeks and forehead.
• Contains natural ingredients and can be used to get rid of "pregnancy melasma."**
• NO hydroquinone
• NO chemicals
• NO artificial ingredients
• NO steroids
• 100% natural and plant-based
• Vegan
** Note that you should still consult your OB if you're pregnant or lactating before using this product.

Melasma is a very common skin disorder, especially among pregnant women. 15% to 50% of pregnant women get Melasma during their pregnancy and continue to carry this burden with them for the rest of their life. I, like you, am one of those women*, so I understand your struggles and I needed to find a natural solution to help me through this very upsetting skin disorder.
I developed Melasma 11 years ago during my first pregnancy and initially just thought I developed freckle clusters. I later discovered the truth and started reading up on Melasma and how to treat it*
I researched and sampled many ingredients until I came up with my current daily routine and I have seen wonderful results*

My personal routine for my Melasma is : Daily Melasma Face oil, Weekly Melasma Face Scrub, Weekly or Bi-Weekly Melasma Sandalwood Powder Face Mask and Daily "The Fountain" Anti~Aging Face Cream*

Genuine Pure Oils & Therapeutic Grade Essential Oils:

100% Pure* ~
Tamanu Oil,
Organic Sesame Seed Oil,
Organic Moringa Oil,
Organic Amla Oil,
Turmeric Oil,
Calendula Oil
Organic Argan Oil
Organic Black Seed Oil
Organic Jojoba Oil
Evening Primrose
Rosehip Seed Oil
Castor Oil
Organic Coconut Oil
Teatree Oil
Sandalwood Essential Oil
Frankincense Essential Oil
Lavender Essential Oil
Rosemary Essential Oil
Chamomile Essential Oil
Vitamin E
Vitamin A
Grapeseed Oil

Tamanu Oil ~
a magical oil that heals scars, wounds, dry skin, burns, and many other skin conditions
Nature and science prove that Tamanu oil is effective and gives amazing results in correcting hyper ~ pigmentation.
Originating from Madagascar, Tahiti, Vietnam, and other Polynesian islands, Tamanu Oil has remarkable skin-regenerative properties that led it to be traditionally used to heal wounds and cure various skin conditions. It has been proven to eliminate most hyper ~ pigmentation (sunspots, acne scars, and other skin discoloration) far more effectively than any other retinol or vitamin C ingredient.

Organic Sesame Seed Oil ~
Sesame oil is derived from Sesamum Indicum, which is a tall herb belonging to the family Pedaliaceae. Commonly utilized as an ingredient in food it also has medicinal uses and is among the oldest plants in the world that are used in the form of oil. It is used since ancient times in food and medicine, and today, it forms a common ingredient of massage and skin oils, products of hair care, soaps, cosmetics, sunscreens and perfumes.
Sesame oil is rich in antioxidants – sesamol, sesamin oils and sesamolin, which:
Help to fight free radicals and protect your skin from sun damage.
Has great soothing, emollient and moisturizing qualities. Acts as a natural sunscreen.

Organic Moringa Oil ~
Moringa oil helps clear various skin conditions and is amazing at clearing blackheads and pimples. When used regularly Moringa Oil helps prevent the reoccurrence of blemishes. It also minimizes dark spots from acne and hyper ~ pigmentation due to its rich nutrient-content including vitamin C and vitamin E.

Organic Amla Oil ~
Vitamin C content of amla helps reduce the dullness and dark spots on our skin. One of the most remarkable and popular qualities of amla is its impact on skin. Amla is loaded with skin-friendly Vitamin C which can do wonders for all your skin woes. It is said that fresh amla juice contains 20 times as much vitamin C as is present in orange juice. According to consultant nutritionist, Dr. Rupali Datta, "Vitamin C is a natural antioxidant, which means that it protects you against the harmful effects of free radicals. It helps in slowing down the aging process and is needed for collagen production hence keeping your skin, hair healthy and supports the immune system."
Amla purifies blood and fights toxins which help you get a beautiful and radiant skin. The rich antioxidants of amla also help delay the effects of premature aging such as fine lines, wrinkles, dark spots and give you a young and supple skin.

Turmeric Oil ~
Turmeric oil contains curcumin which has strong anti-inflammatory properties. According to some Ayurvedic practitioners, it’s a great essential oil to use for evening out the complexion and preventing acne and blemishes. It is believed that turmeric oil can moderate excess melanin production, thus helping to ease hyper ~ pigmentation.

Calendula Oil ~
Calendula is present as an antiseptic and astringent, stimulating the production of collagen. It's also great for treating acne and dark spots. Mandarin essential oil works to maintain moisture and balance the skin, which reduces scarring and helps with cell renewal.

Organic Argan Oil ~
Argan oil is said to treat melasma. The dark spots that occur with melasma result from the skin producing more melanin than normal. Argan oil affects this process by inhibiting melanin synthesis. Essentially, it prevents the conversion of enzymes that are called dopachrome tautomerase and tyrosinase, both of which make melanin (Villareal).
Argan oil is rich in linoleic (omega 6) and oleic (omega 9) fatty acids. Both of these oils aid acne-prone skin by reducing inflammation, improving moisture levels of skin and permeability of the skin. It is also a rich source of vitamin A, vitamin E and several antioxidants.
One of the top Argan oil benefits is that it acts as a skin toner, and helps in exfoliating your skin. Reduces the appearance of wrinkles and dark spots, while providing you with a brighter and younger complexion. Argan oil also helps in reducing the levels of sebum in people who have oily skin. Hence, it is a good remedy for acne.

Organic Black Seed Oil ~
antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects have been studied in various dermatologic applications with promising results in correcting hyper ~ pigmentation

Jojoba Oil ~
Jojoba oil is derived from the seeds of the plant Simmondsia Chinensis, a shrub that is native to northwestern Mexico, southern California and southern Arizona. Although, it is referred to as an oil, it is in fact a liquid wax of plant. It is used to treat a variety of ailments in folk medicine.

The effectiveness of jojoba oil:
Jojoba oil is used commonly to treat psoriasis, acne, chapped skin and sunburn, as it is a rich source of Vitamin E, which is a powerful antioxidant.
It helps in protecting your skin against sun’s rays and damage caused by free radicals, and also helps in healing sunburn due to its vitamin E content.
It also quickens the regeneration of skin cells; thus, it helps in treating scars and discoloration due to acne and also wrinkles and fine lines.
Jojoba oil is a rich source of B complex vitamins, which are also powerful antioxidants. They help your body fight against free radicals and prevent cell damage.
Vitamin B5 in Jojoba oil helps in speeding up healing of wounds and cuts. Besides delaying the premature aging of your skin, it also prevents the appearance of dark spots and wrinkles.

Evening Primrose ~
Oenothera biennis oil (Evening primrose)
Evening primrose oil is derived from the seeds of Oenothera Biennis plant. It is native to Europe and North America, and is great for the general health of your skin. It helps in lightening the skin and reducing hyper ~ pigmentation and dark spots.

Rosehip Seed ~
Rosa canina fruit oil
Rosehip oil is derived from the seeds and fruits of the rose plant.
Its active ingredients include: Essential fatty acids, Vitamins A, C and E,Beta-carotene & lycopene
All these vitamins collectively help in protecting against damage caused by sun and prevent photoaging. Essential fatty acids and vitamins help in nourishing your skin. Vitamin A & C helps in exfoliating and brightening your skin. As an antioxidant, Vitamin E helps in fighting against free radical damage and reduces inflammation. Vitamin A & E in rosehip oil is effective against hyper ~ pigmentation. Vitamin A contains ingredients such as retinoids, which are well known for their skin whitening ability. Beta-carotene and lycopene have skin-lightening effects, hence, rosehip oil is frequently used in natural and organic skin lightening products.

Castor Oil ~
Castor oil is packed with omega-3 fatty acids, which is said to penetrate scar tissue and heal it, eliminating scar tissue that might contribute to dark pigmentation and stimulating healthy tissue growth.

Organic Coconut Oil ~
Coconut oil contains ingredients like lauric acid and other vitamins which are said to be very beneficial to the skin. When applied directly to the specific areas affected by melasma, the idea is that these minerals can help lighten skin pigmentation.
One study found that coconut oil may have anti-inflammatory and skin-protective benefits, both of which can help improve hyper ~ pigmentation.

Tea Tree Oil ~
Tea tree oil is another common ingredient in many skincare treatments, including melasma.
Tea tree oil is derived from the plant Melaleuca Alternifolia, which is a plant native to Australia. The oil is extracted from the leaves of the plant by steam distillation.
It is effective to use tea tree oil for melasma treatment because of its following properties:
The oil is a powerful antiseptic and antimicrobial agent. It helps in fighting pimples and spots and treating symptoms and signs of inflammation. Helps in lightening the scars left by acne and other conditions of the skin. Helps in whitening the age spots and suntanned skin.
It is a potent antioxidant and helps in removing the dead skin cells and other impurities from the skin. Regular use of this oil significantly improves texture, general skin tone and complexion of your skin.

Sandalwood ~
Is a class of woods from trees in the genus Santalum. The woods are heavy, yellow, and fine-grained, and, unlike many other aromatic woods, they retain their fragrance for decades. Sandalwood is an anti-inflammatory, Acts as an Astringent, Used as an Antiseptic, aids in removing acne and blackheads, Softens skin, removes sun spots and dark spots*
Sandalwood essential oil is especially high in antioxidants, which help to fight the free radicals that cause age-related skin damage. It’s also used to reduce the appearance of dark circles and other dark spots appearing on the skin. As an antiseptic and astringent, it also helps to clean the pores and reduce inflammation from mild skin irritations. Studies have shown that sandalwood helps with skin conditions like acne, eczema, and psoriasis. In fact, many skincare products contain sandalwood oil as a key, age-fighting ingredient!

How sandalwood oil works:

Fights the free radicals and reduces aging of the skin due to its antioxidant active ingredients.
Has antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties; therefore, it helps to reduce inflammation associated with acne.
Helps in lightening your skin and smoothening skin discolorations.
Breaks down the excess melanin pigment in your skin, resulting in an even skin color.

Frankincense Oil ~
Frankincense oil is one of the best essential oils out there for fading scars and healing the skin. This oil is a potent natural agent for healthy skin stimulation, and it’s known to encourage turnover and strengthen elasticity. These cellular regeneration properties act a bit like retinol, but without the sun-sensitivity, drying and thinning that most retinols cause.
Native to the Middle East and India, frankincense is now one of the most common essential oils worldwide. Researchers in a 2003 study found that frankincense oil may help reduce or prevent the appearance of sunspots. This can improve skin tone while also reducing the appearance of wrinkles. Frankincense also helps generate new skin cells. Frankincense as potent healing and antiseptic properties. Possesses effective scar healing properties. It is also good at reducing hyper ~ pigmentation patches on the skin.

Lavender Oil ~
helps fight irritation and fight inflammation. Lavender oil, when applied to the raised part of a blemish, can help your skin repair faster and if applied early enough it can lead to less scarring. It contains linalyl acetate, which is known to be a wound healer. Lavender has antimicrobial activity which prevents acne breakouts. It possesses anti-inflammatory properties. This helps in reducing the redness and blotching of your skin. Helps in reducing age spots and lightening other kinds of hyper ~ pigmentation of the skin. It is also a rich source of antioxidants; therefore, it helps in protecting your skin from free radical damage. It also helps in relieving sunburns.

Rosemary Oil ~
Rosemary essential oil is great for fading dark spots. It helps to enhance circulation and also works as a disinfectant, preventing bacterial growth. This additional disinfectant property helps beat back the bacteria that create scarring blemishes. Even better is that rosemary essential oil contains phytonutrients that are believed to help fight free radical related damage and hyper ~ pigmentation.

Chamomile Oil ~
Chamomile oil naturally contains the ingredient Azulene which is highly reparative. Chamomile is calming and cell-renewing so it helps your skin fight damage. It’s also an anti-inflammatory and an antioxidant, which makes your skin more resilient to stress.

Vitamin E ~
widely used to treat scarring, which can help lighten dark spots
Vitamin A ~
belonging to the family of retinoids, is excellent for exfoliating dead skin. (Skin exfoliation improves cell turnover, hastening how fast hyper ~ pigmentation fades.) If you have dark spots from acne, this vitamin is an excellent treatment option.

Grapeseed Oil ~
Grapeseed oil contains linoleic acid which is great for helping to strengthen cell membranes and improving skin health.
Linoleic acid, also known as omega-6 fatty acid, which in addition to fortifying the skin’s barrier and helping to reduce water loss from the skin, may help with acne. Grapeseed Oil is very gentle to your skin. Contains powerful antioxidants, minerals, vitamins, and fatty acids that work together to combat skin issues. Safe to use on all skin types since it's non-comedogenic, and has a mild scent. It can also help alleviate redness for those with sensitive skin.
Due to its Vitamin E and Vitamin C content, it has excellent skin lightening and brightening properties as both these vitamins help in improving skin color and also lightens it.


Melasma Scrub:

Use Once a Week* ~
Exfoliation can do wonders for your skin!
Exfoliation is the process used to remove dead skin cells from the skin’s surface. There are a number of benefits to exfoliating your skin including:

• Increasing cell turnover
• Detoxifying the skin
• Getting rid of dead, dull skin cells
• Improving skin tone
• Killing bacteria and helping prevents breakouts/rashes
• Improving topical product penetration and treatment results

Melasma Scrub also includes: Tamanu Oil, Organic Sesame Seed Oil, Organic Moringa Oil, Organic Amla Oil, Turmeric Oil, Calendula Oil,Organic Argan OilOrganic Black Seed OilCastor OilOrganic Coconut Oil, Teatree Oil, Sandalwood Essential Oil, Frankincense Essential Oil, Lavender Essential Oil, Rosemary Essential Oil, Chamomile Essential Oil, Vitamin E, Vitamin A, Grapeseed Oil

Other Ingredients include:

Organic Sugar ~
Sugar makes an amazing abrasive ingredient in scrubs. It's a natural humectant, so it retains moisture and ensures skin is kept hydrated, making it ideal for delicate and sensitive skin, especially because it melts away upon contact with water. Sugar is also known to be a pure, natural source of Glycolic Acid, also known as an AHA, which helps to break down dead, flaky skin and help support cell turnover. Sugar scrubs are extremely effective at treating mature skin while still being gentle and non-irritating on sensitive skin. Combined with nourishing oils, sugar scrubs can be used before or during bathing for a thorough exfoliating treatment that leaves skin smooth, soft and supple.

Dead Sea Salt ~
The Dead Sea is located at the lowest point on earth, which is thought to be the result of volcanic processes leading to a continuous dropping of land. It is one of the four saltiest bodies of water in the world. These special conditions are an outcome of its extreme geomorphological structure alongside a harsh desert climate. These create constant dramatic changes that form a landscape that is different from any other in the world. Also, the unique mineral content of the air, land, and water in the area is globally renowned for its therapeutic qualities, as is evident in that it has been a health resort for thousands of years.
Arthritis and asthma have been known to benefit from the air and water of the Dead Sea. The oxygen rate is 5% higher than the surrounding area, which also enhances rejuvenation and recovery.

Coconut Oil ~
Coconut oil helps hyperpigmentation, especially with fading of scars caused by acne, injury and stretch marks. Here’s how it works:
Rich in vitamin E, coconut oil acts as a thick moisturizing barrier to help the skin heal. Vitamin E is also an antioxidant that prevents oxidation and reduces pigmentation.
It boosts collagen production which helps the new skin tissues bind together.
It evens out the skin tone by getting rid of redness caused by inflammation.
Coconut oil is naturally anti-bacterial, anti-fungal and moisturizing. Coconut oil is composed primarily of nourishing fatty acids and is especially high in lauric acid. It also contains vitamin E and healthy fats, which help to make skin smooth.

Grapeseed Oil ~
Grapeseed oil contains powerful antioxidants, minerals, vitamins, and fatty acids that work together to combat skin issues. Safe to use on all skin types since it’s non-comedogenic, and has a mild scent. It can also help alleviate redness for those with sensitive skin.

• “Melasma Scrub” sloughs off dead, dry skin to improve skin’s appearance and allows “Melasma Face Oil” to penetrate more effectively*
• Scrubs improve the movement of lymph fluid into the local lymph nodes to help remove waste products

Use “Melasma Scrub” once a week* and Melasma Face Oil Daily*


"Full Melasma Routine" includes:
1 - Melasma Face Oil 15ml
1 - Melasma Scrub 4oz
1 - "The Fountain" Anti-aging Face & Neck Cream 2oz (full ingredients listed in separate listing*)
1 - Sandalwood Powder Face Mask (ingredients: Sandalwood Powder, French Green Clay, Bentonite Clay, Moroccan Rhassoul Clay, Whole Oats, Vitamin E)

* ~ or each item can be purchased separately***

Sandalwood Melasma Clay Mask
Application Instructions:
Use Once a week* ~ Use ONE – TWO tablespoons of powder/ clay mixture (use a non metallic spoon and bowl) and add some *Fresh Squeezed Lemon Juice* ~ (or water or apple cider vinegar) and mix to a smooth paste consistency. Add a few drops of Vitamin E included in vial and/or 1 teaspoon of raw organic honey (optional)
Apply with a paintbrush. Leave on for 10 minutes, then Rinse*

"Sandalwood Melasma Mask" is my magical blend which includes amazing ingredients
such as:

Sandalwood Powder
• According to Ayurveda, or traditional Indian medicine, excessive skin discoloration may indicate an excess of heat in the body.
• From an Ayurvedic perspective, sandalwood appears to have a calming and cooling effect on the skin, which can benefit the pitta [fire] dosha,
• Scientific explanation for sandalwood’s skin-lightening effect:
The alpha-santalol component of sandalwood is an inhibitor of tyrosinase, a key enzyme in the synthesis of the skin pigment melanin. It may potentially act as an inhibitor of abnormal pigmentation associated with aging, hyper ~ pigmentation, melasma, and exposure to ultraviolet (UV) light ~ sun damage.

Bentonite Clay
~ One of the most powerful and affective clays in history to use on your skin. It's unique quality is that when it comes into contact with any fluid it starts to swell and it has a strong negative charge, and since toxins are positively charged , this clay helps to attract and absorb toxins. Because of this quality it works amazing on acne prone skin or just simply is amazing for maintaining amazing healthy skin.

Moroccan Rhassoul Clay
~ Rhassoul contains larger amounts of calcium, potassium, magnesium, silica, and trace minerals. It also boasts a higher absorption rate, which makes it ideal for detox and cleansing. Its active compounds are quickly absorbed into the skin, leaving it soft and smooth.

French Green Clay
~ Beneficial in removing impurities and tightening the pores, toning the skin, exfoliating dead skin cells and reducing inflammation in acne. It can also be used as a full-body treatment to soften dry, rough skin.

Whole Oats
~Soothing properties and hypoallergenic. Beneficial to those with allergies or sensitive skin. Helps alleviate rashes, sun damage and other skin damage

Vitamin E ~
Vitamin E is widely used to treat scarring, which can help lighten dark spots

Enjoy *
~Handmade by an Old Soul~


A fully detailed and informative script of ingredients are listed in the item description*


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