Customized Oil Cleanser | OIL CLEANSING

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Almond Oil
Argan Oil
Avocado Oil
Black Cumin Seed Oil
Broccoli Seed Oil
Camellia Seed Oil (Green Tea)
Carrot Macerated Oil
Chaulmoogra Oil
Evening Primrose Oil
Grapeseed Oil
Hazelnut Oil
Jojoba Oil
Karanja Oil
Neem Oil
Oat Oil
Pumpkin Seed Oil
Ricebran Oil
Tamanu Oil
Avocado Oil
Hemp Seed Oil
Chia Seed Oil
Moringa Oil

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If you've ever dreamt of making your own products but don't have the time or money it takes to buy whole bottles of exotic oils, here you are. Access to every one of Brazen Bee's pure oils. Add as many or as few as you think you need and get to healing your skin in a whole new way.

2 oz bottle of your own formulation!

Here is an information on what each oil is.

 

Almond Oil

rich in proteins (which is why some are very allergic) and vitamin D. Known to soothe and condition the skin. Cold Pressed, Refined.

Argan Oil

A well-known healer of many skin and hair issues. Argan is high in caffeic acid and has been shown in scientific studies to help  kill cancer cells. Another scientific study showed that Argan is beneficial against hyperpigmentation disorders because it has an inhibitory affect on melanin biosynthesis. Organic, Cold Pressed, Unrefined.

Avocado Oil

This powerhouse is most effective in helping with wound healing and collagen production issues. One scientific study showed dramatically faster and better wound healing (reepithelialization or growing new skin over a wound). Thus, I highly recommend including avocado oil in acne formulas and for aging skin. Also a key component to fixing hyperpigmentation from scars. Cold Pressed.

Black Cumin Seed Oil

Has been proven to be extremely antibacterial and anti-fungal in studies because of its thymoquinine, thymohydroquinone, an thymol content. Also a natural anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory. Has been known to restore hair loss but no-one is sure of why exactly! A study out of Iran showed that BC oil greatly reduced eczema on patients’ hands. I recommend it for aging skin as well because of the high amount of A, B, and C Vitamins and minerals including potassium, copper, zinc and selenium. Cold Pressed, Refined.

Broccoli Seed Oil

This oil is most silicon if you are looking for an oil blend that provides slip and to make hair shiny without the plasticides of silicon. Made up of 50% euric acid, it is extremely moisturizing, but some may not like the greasy feel. But for dry skin that also needs some moisture staying power, this is a great choice. Cold pressed, Unrefined.

Camellia Seed Oil (GREEN TEA) 

Camellia Oil helps improve the tone and texture of skin when dealing with the abuse of environmental elements. It also reduces the appearance of aging and hydrates the complexion. It is easily absorbed by the skin, leaving it silky smooth without the greasy feeling, making it one of the best kept secrets in the cosmetic and hair care industry. For centuries it has been used as a traditional hair conditioner and also as a treatment to strengthen brittle nails.

Macerated Carrot Oil

Considered to be one of the best oils for skin care seeking vitamin A. Suitable for all skin types, especially dry and aging skin. This oil is prepared like a tea with oil for water and the macerated carrot in infused into jojoba oil.

Chaulmoogra Oil

This is an oil I always get excited to talk about. It is one of the only oils in the world that is NOT a fatty chain in structure, but it holds its own tail and is a "fatty circle" or loop. The molecular SHAPE of the oil is antibacterial and it was used historically to treat leprosy. Today, it is one of the very best acne treatments. It is gentle and does solidify at cooler temps.

Chia Seed Oil

Has the perfect balance of Omega 3 to Omega 6 Essential Fatty Acids, which are necessary for a healthy looking skin. It contains powerful Antioxidants and Phytonutrients  and protects the skin against the abuse of environmental elements and helps prevent the signs of aging skin. It is considered an ideal ingredient in moisturizing formulations, as it prevents water-loss by protecting skin's moisture barrier, and keeps the skin hydrated.

Evening Primrose Oil

Evening Primrose Carrier Oil is a rich source of gamma linoleic acid, omega 3 and omega 6 fatty acids which can be used to provide a nourished look to the skin.

Grapeseed Oil

A very cleansing "dry" oil! Grapeseed has an astringent quality and does not create a greasy feel, but is great as an oil cleanser and makeup remover while also providing phytonutrients and a good array of vitamin E.

Hazelnut Oil

A very cleansing "dry" oil. It is deeply penetrating and stimulating to the circulatory system. It helps to tone and tighten the skin, and is applicable for all skin types.

Hemp Seed Oil

The quality of our hemp seed oil always excites me. It is not only organic, but has a very dark green hue which lets me know it is full of great nutrition.

Used to nourish the skin and hair due to its high content of proteins and essential fatty acids. Hemp Seed Oil is said to closely match our own skins lipids and the essential fatty acids are readily absorbed into the skin. Hemp Seed Oil soothes and alleviates dry skin, moisturizing it so that the complexion looks revitalized and radiant. Hemp Seed Oil contribute greatly to protecting the skin’s moisture barrier, improving the texture of skin, and reducing the visible signs of aging.

 

Golden Jojoba Oil

In actuality, it is a liquid wax. It closely resembles the sebum of the skin, and is rich in vitamin E. This promotes a glowing complexion.

Karanja Oil

Karanja is very closely related to Neem. Thus, it has the strong antimicrobial capabilities of Neem oil, BUT without the incredible fishy smell of Neem. Great for acne and for people in environments who need extra antibacterial protection.

Neem Oil

Extremely well known for being anti-bacterial and often used for acne, eczema, and psoriasis. IT DOES SMELL BAD. I don't recommend Neem often as we can often start with gentler treatments, but Neem is very appropriate if we are dealing with pervasive infections and cystic acne. It is not going to be harsh on the skin, but it's not pleasant to use for some people.

Oat Oil

Liquid Silk!!! Oats have long been used for soothing skin conditions, and are now known to be highly emollient with no dermal irritation and sensitivity. This oil is rich in antioxidants and tocopherols. Use to sooth irritation.

Pumpkin Seed Oil

Rich in Vitamins A, B, D & E, minerals, and proteins. Studies have shown that Pumpkin Seed Oil when used in wound healing phase resulted in better quality skin with better collagen.

Ricebran Oil

 Rice Bran Carrier Oil has a high percentage of fatty acids and is one of the best sources of tocotrienols, an antioxidant that may be much more powerful and effective than Vitamin E. It is a mild oil perfect for dry, flaky, sensitive, mature and delicate skin (e.g. baby's skin), where additional moisture is required and is effective for keeping skin smooth.

 Rice Bran Carrier Oil contains a compound called gamma-oryzanol, and is used in many types of hair sunscreen products and is incorporated into shampoos, conditioners ad special hair treatments where it adds sheen while moisturizing and conditioning the hair without weighing it down.

Tamanu Oil

This is one of my "best friend" oils here at the Bee. I love her so much. This oil is super rich, very dark green, and very thick. It is full of phenols,  phospholipids and glycolipids, which are known to help protect the skin’s moisture barrier and are natural constituents of healthy looking skin. It is a powerful soothing oil for topical use. This oil revitalizes and improves the texture of skin, giving it a fresh look.

 

 

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Posted by Deena on Sep 17th 2017
Wow wow wow wow wow. Thank you, Courtney! The custom blend that was put together for me is FLAWLESS and healed about 7 cysts in less than week. I have PCOS and was suffering a really, really bad breakout due to who-knows-what. This worked like a dream, a miracle. I'm so grateful.
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