Farmacy - Honey Potion
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ABOUT THE PRODUCT
1 Potential Fungal Acne Trigger identified 
  • Polyglyceryl-10 Stearate
However, your individual sensitivity to this ingredient may vary
This Product Also Contains:
4 Malassezia (Fungal Acne) Combatting Ingredient(s)
  • Honey Extract
  • Propolis Extract
  • Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride
  • Honey
Info
  • Good For Dehydrated Skin
  • Good for Dry Skin Types
  • Good for Normal Skin Types
  • Hydrating
PRODUCT (Rating & Score)

More about CIR Findings ( S, SQ, U, UNS )

More about EWG Scores ( 1—10 )

Fungal Acne Trigger: 1 

Caution Patch Testing Recommended

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Ingredients Inside EWG CIR Cosmetic Roles
Glycerin (Polyol)
  • Malassezia is NOT able to grow on Glycerin agar unless fatty acids are present.
  • Good For Dry Skin Types
References 
2 S Solvent, Perfuming, Fragrance, Humectant, Viscosity Decreasing Agent, Hair Conditioning, Skin Protecting, Denaturant
Diglycerin
Glycerin
  • Good For Dry Skin Types
Reference 
1 Solvent, Skin Conditioning, Humectant
Polyglyceryl-10 Stearate (Ester)
Stearic Acid
  • Avoid if you have sensitivities to Malassezia or prone to Fungal Acne outbreaks
Reference 
1 SQ Skin Conditioning, Surfactant, Emulsifying
Honey Extract (Extract)
  • Manuka honey produced by honey bees (Apis Mellifera). Excellent treatment for eczema-prone skin.
  • Anti-Acne
  • Anti-Aging Effects
  • Brightens The Skin
  • Combats / Inhibits Malassezia
References 
1 Skin Conditioning, Humectant, Moisturising
Propolis Extract (Resin)
  • Combats / Inhibits Malassezia
References 
1 Skin Conditioning
Royal Jelly Extract
  • Safe For Malassezia (Fungal Acne).
1 Skin Conditioning
Panthenol (Pro-Vitamin)
  • Anti-Inflammatory
  • Good For Dry Skin Types
  • Improves Healing
  • Anti-Irritant
References 
1 S Skin Conditioning, Anti-static Agent, Hair Conditioning
Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride (Triesters)
Capric Acid, Caprylic Acid, Glycerin
  • This Ingredient is cautioned because depending on the source it may contain Lauric Acid, which is known to promote the growth of Malassezia. Patch testing is recommended. Some manufacturers also like to refer to this as fractionated coconut oil, which is not accurate because Fractionated coconut oil also typically contains lauric fatty acids. The Caprylic / Capric Triglycerides you want to be using are ones that contain ONLY Caprylic / Capric Fatty Acids and not have traces of anything else in it.
  • Combats / Inhibits Malassezia
References 
1 S Solvent, Skin Conditioning, Masking, Perfuming, Emollient
Zingiber Officinale (Ginger) Root Extract
  • Safe For Malassezia (Fungal Acne).
1 Skin Conditioning, Masking, Perfuming, Fragrance, Tonic
Allantoin (Diureide)
Urea, Glyoxylic Acid
  • This ingredient may accelerate the growth of Malassezia in the presence of lipids. Patch testing recommended.
  • Anti-Irritating
  • Anti-Inflammatory
  • Good For Oily Skin Types
  • Good For Sensitive Skin Types
  • Improves Healing
References 
1 S Skin Conditioning, Skin Protecting, Soothing, Anti-inflammatory, Keratolytic Agent
Phenoxyethanol (Ether)
Phenol
Reference 
2-4 S Fragrance, Preservative
Echinacea Purpurea Root Extract (Plant Extract)
1 Skin Conditioning, Tonic, Moisturizing, Antioxidant
Honey (Saccharic Secretion)
Fructose, Glucose, Sucrose
  • Anti-Acne
  • Antimicrobial
  • Anti-Inflammatory
  • Combats / Inhibits Malassezia
  • Improves Healing
References 
1 Emollient, Humectant, Flavoring Agent, Moisturising, Antioxidant
Water (H₂O)
Reference 
1 S Solvent
Flavor
  • Safe For Malassezia (Fungal Acne).
4 Flavoring, Masking
Vanillyl Butyl Ether (Ether)
  • Safe For Malassezia (Fungal Acne).
  • Fragrance/Perfuming
References 
1 Skin Conditioning, Masking, Fragrance, Hair Conditioning, Skin-Conditioning Agent -Miscellaneous
Added by: snowbdl 
on January 18, 2020
Please read the ingredient list on the packaging of your product to be sure that the ingredients are appropriate for your personal use

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A patch test is a method used to determine whether a specific substance causes allergic inflammation of the skin. Any individual suspected of having allergic contact dermatitis or atopic dermatitis needs to patch test.

We each individually have very unique skin types and this is exactly why one person’s “Holy Grail” Skincare product can be the worst nightmare for someone else. Especially if you have extremely, sensitive reactive skin. Hence, it is super important to test products out on your skin first before plastering them all over your body especially the face only to later pay the price for neglecting this very important step of adding a new product or starting skin care routine.

Start by apply a1/2 pea size amount of product to the back of your ear
each time on clean skin, this must be done long enough so that you are able to see if any ingredient is causing irritation and or an allergic or comedogenic reaction on the skin. Application for two weeks morning and evening can be a good starting point for most people. For individuals with extremely sensitive skin types, these reactions may occur in as little as 24 hrs. You know your skin best so watch it closely as you carry out these tests. And stop if you notice, that the new product is giving you problems.

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