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Disclaimer: These are my personal notes and not medical advice. This research was done for me to look into the best face oils suited for my oily, aging, hyperpigmented skin. If you are suffering from any skin issue please please seek expert advice from your Dermatologist who can actually take a look at your skin and give you advice. These personal notes do not aim to replace Dermatological advice specific to you and your skin condition. Also please note that this is an accumulation of personal notes over some time and has taken me a considerable amount of time and energy to put together. I happy to share so it can help you too but please refrain from reposting without consent.

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3. Letawe, C., M. Boone, and G. E. Piérard. “Digital image analysis of the effect of topically applied linoleic acid on acne microcomedones.” Clinical and experimental dermatology. U.S. National Library of Medicine, Mar. 1998. Web. 28 July 2017.

4. Parker, Sarah M. Los Angeles, United States: Process Media, 19 Mar 2015. Print.

5. www.labmuffin.com/why-linoleic-acid-and-rosehip-oil-might-fix-your-skin/