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Squalane oil has excellent emollient properties, meaning it can keep your skin hydrated and moisturised. Squalane is a great moisturiser as it is easily absorbed and prevents water loss from the skin because our skin recognises it instantly, since it's a form of a substance our bodies naturally produce. Due to this, it gets absorbed into even the deepest parts of our skin quickly and easily, better than other types of face oils.

Squalane actually helps to repair the barrier of your skin and can also increase the luminosity and vibrancy of skin, lessen the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, and even help reduce redness. So when you use Squalane as a face oil, it doesn't just prevent water loss, it also helps protect the skin from the harsh elements in the environment. Squalane also has natural anti-aging, anti-oxidant properties that fights free radical damage in the skin.

Function Personalisations

Created out of Re{me}dy labs by some of our Panel of Experts, we formulated this product so that you can personalise it to add functions of Essential Oils

Lavender  - Calming, Soothing


Tea Tree  - Great for Acne, Skin Irritation

Ylang-ylang - Hydrating, Calming

Lemongrass - Anti-bacteria, Astringent properties [if you have oily skin, it helps control the oil production]


Rose - Hydrating and Anti-aging

Frankincense -  Astringent properties, Anti-inflammatory, Anti-aging


  • Anti-Aging
  • Rich in Anti-Oxidants
  • Skin Repair
  • Moisturising
  • Absorbs fully
  • Function Personalisation - Hydration, Calming, Acne / Skin Irritation, Anti-Aging, For Oily Skin

Suitable for

All Skin Types


Face Oil, Facial Moisturiser 




Squalane [Sugar Cane], Pure Essential Oils

What is Squalane?

The first thing to know about squalane is that it’s a hydrogenated version of squalene, a compound produced naturally by our sebaceous glands. The hydrogenation process makes squalane more shelf-stable than squalene and, therefore, easier to use in skin-care products.

Traditionally, squalene is sourced from the livers of sharks, where it can be naturally found in high concentrations. (In fact, this is where squalene gets its name from, as Squalus is a genus of sharks.) However, because of ethical concerns, many major beauty companies have thankfully shifted away from shark-derived squalane and instead have turned to other sources, since the natural organic compound can also be derived from many plants. Squalene is also abundant in olive oil, and can be sourced from rice bran, wheat germ, and sugar cane

Re{me}dy's Squalane Face oil is made from squalene from sugar cane - We find the Squalane made from sugar cane is so far the best for our climate and skin type as compared to the other plant sources.
Twice Daily (Morning & Night - After Cleansing) • Dosage - 2 - 4 drops per time

Place 2 - 4 drops onto the palm of hand, Rub hands together to spread the oil, Pat gently onto all areas of the face. (Can be used day time before applying makeup. Best used at night before bed to let oil soak into skin overnight)




Return & Shipping

We ship Local & Worldwide. Within Klang Valley, Pick-up at our outlet is available. More details.

Items are exchangeable within 7 days for another of same value or higher, but non-refundable.



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