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- What it is
- Why we love it…
- How to use
The Essential Serum is a potent blend of 15 plant and essential oils known for their nourishing properties, plus a boost of natural Vitamin E, providing customizable levels of moisture to the skin.
The Essential Serum is the quintessential multi-tasker; it can be used in the morning and evening. For your evening treatment, double the amount you use during the day. It can also be used on the neck, décolleté and eye areas.
In addition, for those who use mineral powder foundation, the Essential Serum can be mixed in the hand with the powder to create a tinted moisturizer.
It is Clean: No Petrochemicals, No Parabens, No Phthalates, No Mineral Oil, No Chemical Additives, No Toxins, No Preservatives, No Synthetic Fragrances.
It works wonders. It smells wonderful, like a bouquet of all of our favourite flowers - rose, lavender, jasmione, ylang ylang…To be worn every day, 365 days of the year, rain or shine.
Start with one pump for day use, add more if you like more moisture. Double the amount used during the day for your nightly treatment. Treat your neck and décolleté area as an extension of your face.
Apply extra around the eye area in place of an additional eye cream. To create a custom moisturizer mist 3-4 pumps of tonic in the palm of your hand and add one to two pumps of Essential Serum, rub together and….voila!
A batch of fresh moisturizer has just been made without a preservative in sight. Gently apply to cleansed skin. T
ips: The Hydrating Tonic and Essential Serum work equally well in separate steps-spritz tonic on the face, pump the serum onto fingertips and apply to damp face.
Active Ingredient: 15 plant and essential oils, including organic camellia seed, organic rosehip seed, organic sunflower, organic jojoba, organic avocado, organic sweet almond, organic calendula, organic arnica, organic lavender, wildharvested frankincense, organic sea buckthorn seed, rose absolute, jasmine absolute, organic ylang ylang and non-GMO vitamin E from sunflower.