Facial Serum (Dry & Aging)- Natural Skin Care
This serum is deeply moisturizing while feeling light on your skin. Designed to nourish dry skin, rejuvenate tired skin, and repair damaged skin, this serum improves the appearance of wrinkles, scars, and stretch marks, and is easily absorbed into the skin without feeling greasy or oily. It is packed full of natural oils that are known for their hydrating and anti-aging properties.
This listing is for one amber glass dropper .5oz bottle of our "Dry & Aging" Facial Serum.
Ingredients: Jojoba Oil, Apricot Oil, Lavender Essential Oil, Carrot Seed Oil, Frankincense Essential Oil, Rosemary Essential Oil, Rosehip Oil, Myrrh Essential Oil, Borage Oil, Ylang-Ylang Essential Oil
This serum works best for normal to dry skin. (For oily skin, please see my listing for "Oily" Facial Serum.)
After cleansing the skin, apply a few drops on your finger tips and work into the skin. A little goes a long way! Massage into the facial skin in an upward motion. If you feel like you need more, you can always apply another drop or two. Use more at nighttime for a restorative night mask.
Jojoba Oil: Known as an excellent moisturizer with potent anti-inflammatory properties, this oil exhibits exceptional absorption due to its similarities to naturally occurring oils in your skin.
Apricot Kernel Oil: Able to tighten skin, reducing signs of aging, this oil has a softening and moisturizing effect - wonderful for sensitive skin.
Carrot Seed Oil: Ideal for anti-aging, this oil is high in antioxidants, contains vitamins C and E, and has firming capabilities. It also brightens the appearance of dull skin.
Rosehip Oil: Optimal for skin repair, this oil is full of antioxidants and fatty acids, which work together to heal skin affected by sun damage, stretch marks, eczema, wrinkles, scarring, and other skin conditions.
Borage Oil: Known to combat flare ups of eczema and other skin conditions, this oil is very high in fatty acids, and has anti-inflammatory properties. In fact, it is a proven treatment for severe cradle cap in newborn babies