Directions: Use in the evening following your cleansing routine. Apply a small amount (5-6 drops) to a slightly damp face and neck. Your skin will thank you.
Olive squalane – Squalane occurs naturally in human skin/sebum. Believed to protect and lubricate, its levels are highest when we are young.
Jojoba Oil – It has antimicrobial properties. The chemical composition of jojoba closely resembles that of the skin’s natural sebum, so it is easily absorbed and rarely causes allergic reactions, even in the most sensitive individuals.
Borage Oil – extremely rich in gamma-linolenic acid (an essential fatty acid) also known as vitamin F. Our bodies don’t produce this substance, so it is extremely useful to include it in our diet and skin-care products.
Rosehip Oil – recommended for acne scarring and it is also known as a potent anti-aging treatment to help reduce wrinkles and fine lines.
Camellia Oil – Green tea oil, used by geishas. It has excellent skin and hair conditioning properties and has skin restructuring and moisturizing abilities.
Evening Primrose Oil – can help with age-related structural and functional changes in skin tissues, such as redness, firmness, roughness, and fatigue resistance.