FAQ

Dry skin gel
Can dry skin gel be used on sensitive skin?
Yes, in a skin irritation trial conducted on 31 participants, aged 20 to 70, no subjects experienced any adverse reactions.
Can dry skin gel be used on oily skin?
Yes. In a trial conducted on 24 participants, aged 24 to 56, Dry Skin Gel was found to be non-comedogenic (does not block pores or cause breakouts).
When should Dry Skin Gel be applied?
It is always best to apply a moisturiser after showering.
How often must Dry Skin Gel be applied?
Apply a small amount to dry skin as required. In the case of persistent dry skin, apply daily.
Can Dry Skin Gel be used as a night cream?
Yes. Dry Skin Gel can be used as a night cream, it is however formulated as a body moisturiser.
Skincare Oil
How should I apply Skincare Oil?
Skincare Oil should be massaged in a circular motion on the face or body until fully absorbed. It is recommended that Skincare Oil be applied twice daily, for a minimum of three months. It is safe to use Skincare Oil on a scar as soon as the skin on the surface has fully healed. Skincare Oil should not be applied to an open wound or broken skin. It is intended for topical cosmetic application only. Results will vary from individual to individual.
When should I apply Skincare Oil during pregnancy?
To help prevent the formation of pregnancy stretch marks it is recommended that Skincare Oil be applied to these areas prone to stretch marks from the start of the second trimester. Pregnancy stretch marks can appear anywhere on the body, but are most likely to appear on the abdomen, thighs, hips, lower back, buttocks and breasts.
Can Skincare Oil be used on my face?
Skincare Oil is suitable and safe to be used on the face, it has been clinically tested to be non-comedogenic and non-acnegenic, which means it does not clog pores or cause acne. A tip when applying on face is: less is always more with regard to application.
Is it safe to use Skincare Oil during pregnancy?
Yes, Skincare Oil is safe to use throughout pregnancy. With regard to the level of Vitamin A in Skincare Oil, it is low enough to render it harmless to the unborn child. Most healthcare professionals agree that for safety the daily intake of Vitamin A by an expectant mother should not exceed 5,000 I.U per gram. Taking absorption factors into account, an expectant mother would have to use more than 110ml of Skincare Oil per day, or almost two 60ml bottles, before exceeding the recommended daily maximum intake!
Is it safe to use Skincare Oil while breastfeeding/nursing?
It is 100% safe to use Skincare Oil on your body while breastfeeding/nursing. However, we would not recommend using it on the nipples – although Skincare Oil is non-toxic, babies are very sensitive and we do not recommend that they ingest Skincare Oil, even in the very smallest amounts. If you are in any doubt, please consult your GP.