Deep Hydration is the perfect moisturizer for sensitive, maturing skin, or for anyone who lives in an especially cold or dry climate. Combines oils along with a very therapeutic assemblage of CO2 extracted organic floral herbals, it acts very much like collagen to help your skin retain moisture and regain elasticity.
We start with finest, nutrient-rich ingredients in the world, formulated at close to room temperature to retain all of the nutrients that make your skin healthy and supple. Deep Hydration begins with a base of organic lavender water; a very calming antioxidant. When blended with oils like grapeseed, borage, sunflower seed, and meadowfoam, along with a very therapeutic assemblage of CO2 extracted organic floral herbals, it acts very much like collagen to help your skin retain moisture and regain elasticity. Quick, complete penetration in a minute or two, leaving your skin silky and smooth for normal makeup application. Product only available in 2oz.
How to use your moisturizer:
Because we never dilute or cut-to-extend any of our products, you may use a little too much Hydration at first. If you happen to apply too much, simply find more dry skin and spread it around.
Using an airless bottle:
Watch Kim demonstrate a few tips to ensure your bottle pumps your moisturizer out: https://youtu.be/diYFVD-vL38
To learn more about our new bottles, we have a nifty youtube video with more information. Check it out here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OFNMAFhCwtQ
A complete listing of all of the ingredients in this product. Absolutely nothing left out. Nothing hidden.
Obviously, pristine super high quality ingredients are very important. Every constituent of a skincare product should be either organic or wild crafted; ours are. Ingredients considered separately should all be what skin readily considers a nutrient source and non-threatening; ours are. And lastly formulating an ideal skincare product is a lot more than just randomly assembling a list of good ingredients, it’s understanding the secondary and sometimes tertiary interactions and achieving the ideal ratios, we do.