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Mystique Wonder Sdn Bhd
No. 1525, 2nd Floor,
Jalan Kelasah,
13700 Perai,
Pulau Pinang, Malaysia.




SKU: BB-467933
重量: 250 g
21 cm (L) x 14 cm (W) x 12 cm (H)
RM 45.00
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Solution of hyperoxygenated fatty acids

1) Hyperoxygenated essential fatty acids (linoleic acid)
2) Tocopherols
3) Aloe Vera
4) Centella Asiatica
5) Perfume

The vegetable extracts aloe vera and centella asiatica have a major protecting and healing effect on the skin.

Linovera is a solution of hyperoxygenated fatty acids used in the prevention and treatment of Stage I pressure ulcers. Due to the high percentage of linoleic acid, its repairing action is increased.

INDICATION: Prevention and treatment of Stage I pressure ulcers

Linovera® is your everyday skin care product that hydrates, rejuvenates and prevents premature skin ageing. It contains Centella Asiatica, Aloe Vera and Hyperoxygenated Fatty Acids and was developed by European skin care and reconstruction specialists to improve skin’s condition and keep its youthful qualities.
Repairs the upper epidermis and stimulates the synthesis of collagen to improve skin resistance and elasticity.
Centella Asiatica - Repairs the upper epidermis and stimulates the synthesis of collagen to improve skin resistance and elasticity
Aloe Vera - moisturizes the skin
Hyperoxygenated Essential Fatty Acids (Linoleic Acid) - for improved skin hydration



Just put one to two pumps of Linovera on your hands and spread accordingly to desired area. You may add more according to your liking.
  • It is in oil form but is light and non-sticky. A little goes a long way, you do not need a lot of the substance for it to fully spread on your desired areas.
  • Linovera oil is recommended for all skin types, even people with oily skin.
  • Because Linovera oil is made with aloe vera and hyperoxygenated essential fatty acids (linoleic acid), it is a good moisturizer for dry and sensitive skin.
  • When applying Linovera oil, keep in mind that you shouldn't be rubbing it into the skin like you would a moisturizer. Instead, dab or pat the oil onto your skin, pushing it into your pores until all of the oil has been absorbed by the skin. This ensures that your skin has fully absorbed the oil and will make use of all of its benefits instead of simply sliding it around the skin's surface.
    • When you should apply it really depends on your skin and its needs. Skin is generally oiliest at midday while sebum secretion is usually at its lowest in the evening, right before bedtime. We recommend applying Linovera oil when it is most easily absorbed (i.e. at night). If your skin is extremely dry or if it the weather is drier than usual, you can add facial oil to your morning routine as well. Linovera oil can be used up to 3 times a day for the best effects.
    • If you do not like the feeling of oil on your skin, you can mix Linovera oil into your moisturizer before applying it onto your skin. If your skin is particularly dry, mixing it with a hydration boosting moisturizer such as one made with hyaluronic acid will make your skin even bouncier and more dewy.
    • You can also mix Linovera oil with exfoliants to make your own natural scrub. The exfoliant of your choice work to slough away your dead skin cells while the Linovera oil keeps your skin moisturized. For the face, its best to use smaller and gentler grains such as coffee grounds or brown sugar while salt-based scrubs work best for the body.
    • Additional benefits of Linovera oil include softening dry and cracked elbows, heels, and ankles, minimizing the appearance of acne scars and stretch marks, preventing and treating Stage I pressure ulcers, preventing wrinkles, encouraging glowing, youthful skin, and treating minor burns.


  • Protects against external agents

  • Improves skin resistance

  • Helps to renew upper epidermis

  • Restores capillary circulation(1)

  • Stimulates the synthesis of collagen(1)

  • Has a hydrating and healing effect(2)

(1)Cravotto G. et all. An evaluation of the potential of 1000 plants. Journal of clinical Pharmacy and Therapeutics, 2010 35:1:11-48

(2) M. De Pera, Evic Hispinia (Barcelona, Spain), Assessment of moisturizing effect in humans, Study report n°05-0144/1/05.137, 22 Mar 2005.



How many times should I use Linovera Oil daily?



Linovera Oil can be used as a one-step nighttime replacement for your moisturizer and serum but for best results, we recommend using it up to 2 to 3 times daily.

How to apply Linovera Oil?



Linovera Oil isn’t moisturizer, so you shouldn’t apply it the same way (i.e. don’t rub the oil into your skin as this only causes the oil to slide around the skin’s surface). Apply a few drops of Linovera Oil onto your palms and then quickly rub them together to heat the oil up. This makes it easier for the oil to be absorbed into your skin. Then, instead of rubbing it on, simply dab or pat the oil onto your skin, pushing it into your pores until all of the product has been absorbed.

How does Linovera Oil hydrate my skin?



Linovera Oil combines a host of ingredients proven to effectively lock in moisture. Centella Asiatica is known to repair the upper epidermis and stimulate the synthesis of collagen to improve skin resistance and elasticity. Aloe vera has long been heralded for its ability to moisturize the skin. Hyperoxygenated Essential Fatty Acids, specifically Linoleic Acid is added to hydrate the skin. This works by creating a moisture locking barrier on the skin, preventing water loss and skin dehydration.

Is Linovera Oil applicable for all skin types?



It is a common misconception that people with oily skin can’t use facial oils but Linovera Oil is such a fast-absorbing and lightweight product making it suitable for any skin type.

What is Linovera Oil used for?



On top of being an excellent facial oil, Linovera Oil has a ton of additional benefits. Linovera Oilcan also soften dry and cracked elbows, heels, and ankles, minimize the appearance of acne scars, lighten the appearance of and prevent stretch marks, prevent and treat Stage I pressure ulcers, preventwrinkles, encourage glowing, youthful skin, brightens skin, and treat minor burns.

What are the main ingredients of Linovera Oil?



Linovera Oil contains Centella Asiatica, Aloe Vera and Hyperoxygenated Fatty Acids.

How can Linovera Oil help with my acne scars?



Centella Asiatica, one of Linovera Oil’s main ingredients, is known for its ability to boost the antioxidant activity at the site of wounds, strengthening the skin and increasing blood circulation. It speeds up the healing process, helping to prevent scarring, and prevents future blemishes from occurring.

Can it clear my pimples?



While Linovera Oil has been proven to reduce the appearance of acne scars, Linovera Oil can only help with clearing dried pimples.It does not take out any active pimples or breakouts you may have on your face.

Can Linovera Oil replace my moisturizer?



Linovera Oil can be used to replace your moisturizer completely.

Where else can I apply Linovera Oil?



Apart from being good for the face, Linovera Oil can also be used for the body, hair, nails, and scalp.

How does Linovera Oil prevent stretch marks?



Centella Asiatica, one of the primary ingredients of Linovera Oil, may lower the risk of developing stretch marks and the severity of stretch marks that are developed.Some other principal active ingredients of Linovera Oil are essential fatty acids, which are molecules participating in the skin reconstruction process. They are known for their potential to improve skin hydration and elasticity, which help prevent stretch marks from forming.






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