An opulent, silky facial oil for skin that feels neglected.
- Dry & dehydrated skin
Nourishes neglected skin. Protects & helps to prevent trans-epidermal water loss. Calms & softens surface texture.
- Dull, tired skin
Replenishes & brightens, restoring radiance.
Over 93% Soil Association certified organic ingredients. Cruelty-free, Vegan, 100% natural.
The most precious of oils including the King, Jasmine, the Queen, Damask Rose & the Prince, Neroli. All renowned for their beautifying properties. With replenishing extracts of organic Rosehip, Prickly Pear, Argan & Sacha Inchi (Inca Peanut), which naturally contain essential fatty acids and vitamins A & C to help brighten & protect your skin. With added antioxidant vitamin E to increase potency.
Deep, silky, vernal.
ARGANIA SPINOSA (ARGAN) KERNEL OIL, PRUNUS AMYGDALUS DULCIS (SWEET ALMOND) OIL, SQUALANE (OLIVE EXTRACT), PLUKENETIA VOLUBILIS (SACHA INCHI) SEED OIL, ROSA CANINA (ROSEHIP) SEED OIL, OPUNTIA FICUS-INDICA (PRICKLY PEAR) OIL, TOCOPHEROL (NATURAL VITAMIN E), BOSWELLIA CARTERII (FRANKINCENSE) OIL, LAVANDULA ANGUSTIFOLIA (LAVENDER) FLOWER/LEAF/STEM OIL, PELARGONIUM GRAVEOLENS (GERANIUM) FLOWER OIL, CITRUS AURANTIUM BERGAMIA (BERGAMOT) PEEL OIL, CITRUS AURANTIUM AMARA (NEROLI) FLOWER OIL, ROSA DAMASCENA (ROSE) FLOWER EXTRACT, CYMBOPOGON MARTINI (PALMAROSA) OIL, JASMINE OFFICINALE (FLOWER) EXTRACT, ROSA DAMASCENA (ROSE) FLOWER OIL, *BENZYL BENZOATE, *CITRAL, *CITRANELLOL, *EUGENOL, *FARNESOL, *GERANIOL,*LIMONENE, *LINALOL. *in essential oils
Apply a few drops to damp, newly cleansed skin. Store away from light & heat.
In a rush? Blend your facial oil with our organic, unscented Face Cream, in your palm, to create a customised skin conditioning treat.
One of four organic facial oils from the Heart & Soul Collection, designed for different skin issues we see in our therapy room: Vital, Serene, Buoyant & Lustrous.
Our facial oils are used by Therapists, Make-up Artists & in Beauty Salons.
"I really like the effect on my skin - rich but easily absorbed, felt lovely and looked kinda 'glowy'!"
Carole, North Yorkshire