Botanical Facial Oil, Part I - Take 20% Off!

  Lavender and roses on  Lavender Hill Farm  on Vashon Island


Lavender and roses on Lavender Hill Farm on Vashon Island

Our Botanical Facial Oil is a versatile oil, containing several oils that are good for use on all skin types. It is the unique balance of linoleic and oleic acids in the oils that make them something called non-comedogenic —

Comedogenic?

Comedogenicity is a rating system that classifies how much something tends to clog pores. It goes from ZERO (will not clog pores) to FIVE (highly like to cause pore blockage).

Argan Oil

Argan oil has been shown in recent studies to prevent pigmentation change in skin, such as sun spots, or other effects of UV damage.* It also has a comedogenic rating of ZERO, a perfect score!  Argan oil also contains a high level of oleic acid which is amazing for dry and combination skin.

Lavender Essential Oil

We use lavender essential oil in almost all of our products. Not only is it a naturally healing and relaxing oil, it has a comedogenic rating of ZERO. This means that it will not clog your pores, allowing your skin to function naturally.

Sea Buckthorn Oil

Naturally high in Vitamin A, C, E, and containing Omega oils 3, 6, 7, and 9, Sea Buckthorn Oil also has a comedogenic rating of ONE. It is the oil that gives our Facial Oil its bright golden color.

 

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Botanical Facial Oil

Illuminate & transform dry, tired skin with this delicious blend of botanical oils. Packed with fatty omega acids & natural retinol to protect, hydrate and naturally exfoliate. Encourages new cell growth. Helps diminish acne scarring & dark spots. 

Always free of parabens, phthalates, soy, gluten, propylene glycol & all petroleum by-products.

This product is Vegan, Non GMO & Cruelty FREE

 

*Source: Activation of MITF by Argan Oil Leads to the Inhibition of the Tyrosinase and Dopachrome Tautomerase Expressions in B16 Murine Melanoma Cells. (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3723062/)