Meltdown Acne Oil.
Meltdown Acne Oil.
Meltdown Acne Oil.



Meltdown Acne Oil

14 ml

2,600 INR

Our face is a party, and acne is never invited! Un-invite those unwanted visitors with this natural oil for acne-prone skin.

Meltdown Acne Oil is made from a powerful blend of clean ingredients and nourishing oils to clear skin, fight imperfections, reduce the look of acne scars and help prevent future breakouts without compromising hydration.

It never leaves you feeling dry or oily—just healthy, hydrated, and clear to help you party on.

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Blume is setting a new standard for skin, body and period care. Founded by two sisters who believe that products should be good for your body while also for the environment, this all-natural Meltdown Oil never leaves skin dry or oil - just crystal clear!

Gluten Free, BPA Free, Vegan, Organic
Free of Aluminum, Parabens, Alcohol

Simply apply to spots and blemishes before bed and wake up to clearer skin. Or, dab it on those ones that you feel are about to make an appearance to stop them from ever seeing the light of day. Meltdown averted!

Oh-so-soothing, its job is to brighten things up while fading the look of dark spots and acne scars.

Popular for naturally treating acne-prone skin, it calms and soothes upset skin while repairing.

Redness, acne, and bacteria are no match for this power plant.

This exotic ingredient is a triple threat: Reduces the look of redness, Improves skin texture and anti-aging



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Blume was created to make self care easier and healthier, while destigmatizing normal things like acne, puberty, periods and sex ed. They're here to protect and nurture, and shift the narrative away from perfect skin and towards healthy skin.

Many brands, especially in period care, carry products that take centuries to biodegrade with ingredients we can’t pronounce. Blume is different and believes in products that are good for your body and the environment.

Meet Taran and Bunny. Two sisters who asked themselves a couple questions which led to the creation of Blume. Why does the world treat periods so weird, maybe even wrong? Is the silent treatment society gives periods and puberty, somehow connected to the shame girls grow up feeling about their bodies?

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