We have always believed in letting our products speak for themselves and have intentionally kept our product names clean and simple. But in this case, SERUM just didn't do it justice. This product is so special, so so good, it needed something a bit - more. Our Face Serum delivers vitamins A, C, E and K in an antioxidant-rich blend of oils and active botanical ingredients to repair tissue damage, reduce inflammation, brighten skin and reduce fine lines and wrinkles.
Here are just a few of the reviews we've received lately.
"After trying Yuli, Votary, Vintner's Daughter, MUN, Moss, Josh Rosebrook, and many others, this is the one for me. It does not irritate my skin at all, leaves my skin perfectly smooth and nourished. Love the smell and design of the bottle too""I really love this serum. It calmed my face and after a few weeks my skin looked better, more even and less dry.""This is really a very special serum, the best i ever tried!! Like a very light oil, works great overnight and for the day, never feels oily, but very rich and calming... absolute winner :)!"
Carrot seed and pomegranate seed oils are excellent natural sources of caretenoids which convert to vitamin A in the body. These oils are anti-inflammatory, help reduce wrinkles, fade pigmentation, even skin tone and repair sun damage and are excellent alternatives to the synthetic versions of vitamin A such as retinyl palmitate.
Omega 7 rich Sea buckthorn is also an excellent source of vitamin C, which regulates collagen production, brightens skin and has been shown to help with inflammatory conditions like eczema, rosacia and acne.
These are blended with our signature antioxidant-rich and vitamin E filled argan and prickly pear seed oils to soften and seal moisture into skin.
This potent restorative oil blend is formulated to be easily absorbed by the skin to effectively deliver benefits. Essential oils of ylang, ylang, neroli, and myrrh calm and relax.
Still consistent with our naming philosophy, but a little more descriptive, RESTORATIVE SERUM is the name we've chosen. We feel that this name aptly describes this blend. What do you think?