Oatmeal Stout Fragrance Oil
In ancient Egypt, long considered the birthplace of beer, women of the
upper classes used beer for all sorts of cosmetic and therapeutic
purposes, such as to freshen the skin and reduce the risk of skin
conditions. 4,000 years later, scientific studies have confirmed that
beer sediment (brewer's yeast) can help improve the symptoms of acne by
slowing down sebum production and killing off the bacteria that triggers
acne. This component of beer, an inactive yeast that no longer has
leavening power, helps maintain a balanced pH level in the skin.
Brewer's yeast is made up of unicellular micro-organisms
called saccaromyces cereviseae, which thrive on the skin's surface.
Because they are asexual, these tiny organisms can proliferate up to 24
new cells at a time, thus leaving no opportunity for acne-friendly
bacteria to take hold on the skin's surface. A trial conducted in 2006
at Munich University found that a skin preparation containing young
brewer's yeast cells dramatically improved the skin of acne sufferers
within three weeks.
Whatever the reasons for beer's skin benefits, it's worth a try if you
have dry or acne-ridden skin. If you're not sold on brewer's yeast is cosmetic products or nutritional supplements, start small with our
moisturizing homemade beer mask. Once a way to get away from the day's
problems, beer may be an equally good escape from your skin problems for
the day."Oatmeal Stout Fragrance Oil" This fragrance smells positively edible! It's a full bodied and
smooth beer fragrance blended with Creamy Oatmeal, Orange Peel,
Butterscotch, Farm-fresh Milk, Nutty Almond and Rich Vanilla.