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 grape-seed, sunflower seed, and meadow-foam, along with a very therapeutic assemblage of CO2 extracted organic floral herbals, it protects your skin from loosing water due to evaporation and resulting in silky and smooth. Ideal for application of makeup. Product only available in 2oz. Deep Hydration is formulated to last on your shelf for 6 months
How to use your moisturizer:
Because we never dilute or cut-to-extend any of our products, you may tend to use more than you need. Start with less than you think you need and then build up to what you skin likes and needs. Listen to your skin and it will tell you what it wants.
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.