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Omega Healing Concentrate

Amelia Moss Omega Healing Concentrate is a liquid blend of essential oils and other organic ingredients. Designed for damaged, sensitive and problem skin, it is formulated to contain high concentrations of beneficial omega fatty acids, particularly the essential omega-3 and 6 fatty acids. These help repair and protect damaged skin cells and the structure of skin. As a result, it encourages faster healing, reduces inflammation and helps to alleviate redness and itching. It also helps to prevent the skin from drying.

Benefits of Omega Healing Concentrate

The main benefits of this serum include faster healing and relief from redness, dryness and itching. It is a natural antioxidant and a useful treatment for skin conditions such as eczema, dermatitis, rosacea and psoriasis. It contains large amounts of omega-3 and 6 fatty acids, which can be low in people prone to such skin conditions, so it can help replenish the body's supplies and safeguard against inflammation and sensitivity. It also contains the non-essential omega-9 fatty acid, to help keep skin moisturised.

The benefits of many of the key ingredients are described elsewhere on the website, but some of the lesser-known elements include the following:

Kukui Nut Oil: Ideal for dry, mature skin. Quickly and completely absorbed, it has anti-wrinkle and rejuvenating properties.

Rice Bran Oil: Nourishing, conditioning and with both anti-inflammatory and antioxidant, properties, it resists the appearance of wrinkles and helps soften the skin.

Sacha Inchi Oil: Suitable for all skin types especially problem skin, this organic oil contains essential fatty acids that help improve the skin's structure and health. It's an effective emollient and balances oily and acne-prone skin. It contains amongst the highest concentrations of omega-3.

Frankincense. In addition to being highly aromatic, frankincense has a gentle soothing effect. It reduces oil production and encourages new skin cell growth.