black seed oil..hey it works...REALLY
Posted 15 October 2002 - 07:28 PM
anyway, chek it out here.
enjoy and i hope it helps.
ps: if u DO order it, besure ui have an effective moisturizer around. u'll need it cuz this product works by going deep down into ur skin and it starts to absorb the excess oil and does its other works. so ur face gets dry when u put it on, but later on when acne's gone face is smooth and soft:)
Posted 15 October 2002 - 09:00 PM
Posted 15 October 2002 - 11:17 PM
Posted 16 October 2002 - 04:23 PM
Posted 02 March 2004 - 01:34 PM
I was going to make my own version by buying and mixing it up myself.
Now, I don't have to and I can try it with a fraction of the cost.
Organic Aloe Vera- Anti Inflammatory and pain relieving
Witch Hazel- Astringent, anti-inflammatory
Black Seed Oil (Nigella sativa)-Antiseptic, anti-inflammatory,anti-microbial,Antiviral
Peppermint Oil-Purifying and cooling to skin. Astringent
Tea Tree Oil-It improves healing and stimulates rejuvenation of the skin to treat a variety of skin problems. The oil also contains properties that fight bacterial and fungal infections. Tea Tree Oil kills germs making it especially useful for wounds, cuts, scratches, insect bites, boils and athlete's foot
Chamomile Oil-Healing, firms and smoothes away lines. Chamomile oil is anti-inflammatory and soothes skin.
Bergamot Oil-Effective oil reducer and skin healer.
Posted 15 August 2010 - 10:43 PM
Well I have a stepson who suffers from acne. He has a thing about not accepting me because I am not his real father. Well I produce black seed oil and told him to use it for his acne. Because I produce it he had a real issue to not use it, always going to the chemist and buying these horrible chemicals. He got so fed up of his acne only getting worse that he tried black seed oil and it worked. In my opinion drinking the oil daily is what has helped him the best, although he tried the vapour technique, ie a teaspoon of black seed oil in very hot water in a bowl and with a towel over ones head having a steam bath for the face.
I would notice his acne returning and would ask him if he had taken his black seed oil, no and off he would go and take a teaspoon.
For him it has worked and has been traditionally used for acne.
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Posted 16 August 2010 - 10:39 AM
I've never heard of this before,but...
Palmitic acid is supposedly a 2 on the comedogenic scale,Myristic Acid rates a 3,and stearic acid rates a 2.
Not that I trust the "Acne detective" sheet 100%,but I'd still proceed with caution since those are the top ingredients of black seed oil.
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