HELLO Chances are that you tend to really go the extra mile to clean your skin. In doing so you are actually not helping but in fact stripping your skin of valuable oils and disturbing the acid mantle – the very thing that keeps bacteria at bay. Contrary to popular belief problematic skin also needs nourishment to function at an optimum. Concentrates add extra nourishment to your moisturiser. The key word is nourishment – not oil.White Cloud Manuka has been optimally formulated to add extra nourishment to overactive skin while assisting to normalise the function of sebaceous ducts without leaving a greasy after feel – or causing breakouts. HOW TO USE MAKE IT YOURS To help you achieve glowing good skin, we have created the SKOON. ‘MAKE IT YOURS’ product repertoire that lets you mix your own natural bespoke formulations.Your skin changes all the time, depending on the weather, environmental and emotional stress, and other influences. So every day it might need more of one thing and less of another.There is no right or wrong way to use SKOON. It’s about what works for you. Just add a few drops of one or more of SKOON. concentrates to a dollop of moisturiser (or not) for an optimal skin conditioning treatment that’s completely in sync with you and the environment. TIP Add a few drops of White Cloud Manuka to Mineral Matte Balancing Fluid for extra nourishment and luminosity. FREE FROM PRESERVATIVES. INGREDIENTS Squalane,Linoleic Acid,Linolenic Acid,Pelargonium Roseaum (Rose Geranium) Oil,Tocopherol,Leptospermum Scoparium (Manuka) Oil,Rosmarinus Officinalis (Rosemary) Leaf Extract,Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower) Seed Oil,Citronellol.THE CHEMISTRY ...Sebum – your skin’s own natural moisturiser – consists of a mixture of wax, squalene, sterols, triglycerides and polar lipids. Extracted from olives, Phytosqualan® is a hydrogenated form of squalene. Highly compatible with skin lipids, this lightweight emollient acts as a mild liquid vehicle to deliver topical Linoleic Acid (Vitamin F) to overactive skin.Studies have shown a deficiency of Linoleic Acid in the sebum of acne sufferers. Results showed a 25% improvement in comedone (clogged ducts) size due to topical application of Linoleic Acid over a one month period.1 Letawe C, Boone M, Pierard GE. Digital image analysis of the effect of topically applied linoleic acid on acne microcomedones, Clin Exp Dermatol. 1998; 23: 56-8.