Facial Oil suitable for skin prone to spider veins

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Horse Chestnut has a long tradition of helping to tone the legs or skin where spider veins can appear. Very high levels of Omega 3 essential fatty acid rejuvenate and regenerate the skin.
Please ensure you read the safety warnings about Horse Chestnut Seed Oil first.
 
Stage 1: (room temperature)
30% Kiwi Seed Oil
20% Horse Chestnut Seed Oil
15% Rosehip Seed Oil
12% Vitamin E
11.5% Evening Primrose Oil
10% Thistle Oil
0.5% Vitamin A Palmitate
0.5% Rosemary Antioxidant
0.5% Geranium Essential Oil
100% Total
 
Method:
  • Combine all ingredients and blend thoroughly, then bottle and label.
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