Pearl Milk Cleanser
A gentle yet nourishing cleanser that won’t strip your face. Adding oils back to your skin during cleansing is the ultimate way to feed nutrients to the face. The combination of organic coconut oil, calendula, avocado oil, grapeseed oil, and witch hazel mixed with pearl powder & hyaluronic acid make this a luminizing elixir for the skin. Hyaluronic acid, which is naturally found in the body, will add plumpness back to the face and the pearl powder will gently take away impurities while adding beautifying minerals. Black willow bark helps clears pores as a natural exfoliant. The use of the subtle scent blend will benefit the skin by helping cells regenerate, aiding with elasticity, and uplifting the spirit and soul.
Aloe Barbadensis (Organic Aloe) Leaf Juice, Cocos Nucifera (Organic Coconut) Oil, Organic Calendula Officinalis (Calendula Flower), Persea Gratissima (Avocado) Oil, Organic Salix Alba (Organic White Willow), Cetearyl Glucoside (From Coconut), Stearic Acid, Glycerin, Simmondsia Chinensis (Organic Jojoba) Seed Oil, Vitis Vinifera (Grape Seed Oil), Hamamelis Virginiana (Witch Hazel), Water, Pearl Powder, Soduim Hyaluronate (Hyaluronic Acid), Tocopherol (Vitamin E) Oil, Rosemary (Rosemarinus officinalis), Melia Azadirachta Indica (Organic Neem Oil), Rosa Damascena (Rose) Absolute, Vanilla planifolia (Vanilla extract), Santalum Sicatum (Australian sandalwood), Xanthan gum.
Containing a myriad of antioxidants, beta carotene, as well as vitamins C and E, organic aloe leaves the skin firmed and hydrated for a fresh-faced glow. Due to it’s antibacterial properties and anti-inflammatory effects, it’s been used for thousands of years across civilizations to soothe the skin.
Tri Dosha, Rich, Hydrating, Cooling, Nourishing, Helps to prevent free radical damage. Most commonly used in Ayurvedic medicine and is another natural anti-aging skin care method that has been shown in studies to effectively treat dry, inflamed skin. Antimicrobial, antioxidant, antifungal, and antibacterial properties helps your heart and kidneys. Feeds and nourishes the skin. The father of oils for the ultimate body healer, heals burns, cracks, cuts, acne, wrinkles.
Used by ancient Hindus to adorn the statues of gods and goddesses, calendula is a stunning flower with antibacterial and emollient properties that gently and effortlessly heal wounded skin. Calendula is also famed for its collagen boosting and scar minimizing capabilities.
A super food for the body and the skin, avocado is rich in healthy fats, protein, antioxidants, potassium and sterolin – a substance that facilitates the softening of skin and reduces age spots.
A tree fit for fairytales, the willow lends itself beautifully to the skin. Ancient Egyptians and Native Americans alike were known to chew on the bark and leaves of this flora to release Mother Earth's form of aspirin and naturally ease pain and illness. For the skin, it is known to reduce signs of aging by actually increasing the expression of the genes that code for our youthful skin.
This beautifying and detoxing oil comes from an evergreen woody shrub plant that grows in the high deserts of California, Arizona, and Mexico. Jojoba oil is the only oil that resembles what humans make in their skin. Jojoba Oil is packed with almost all of the vitamins and minerals essentially needed for healthy hair and skin, namely, vitamin E, B-complex, copper, zinc, selenium, iodine, and chromium. It normally can be used by even those who are having sensitive skin without worrying for any allergic reaction.
Grape Seed Oil
Excellent for acne-prone skin, grape seed oil is rich in vitamins E, C, and D as well as essential fatty acids and beta-carotene. Packed into a light but highly moisturizing oil, these properties combine for a youthful glow without heavy residue.
Long heralded by Native Americans for its ability to treat skin irritations, witch hazel makes a wonderful natural cleanser and toner all on its own. Its natural astringent properties allow it to thoroughly extract excess debris and oil from pores without stripping the skin. Additionally, witch hazel helps to clear up bruises and blemishes as well as brightens the area around the eyes.
Used by the only female empress of China on her flawless complexion, pearl powder is undoubtedly fit for royalty. Leaving the face silky, matte, and smooth, ground pearls are rich in amino acids and enhance collagen formation making them essential for a luxurious daily ritual.
A naturally-occurring substance in the body, hyaluronic acid is a powerful humectant that keeps the skin plump, hydrated, and supple. It is also considered a “smart nutrient” in that it adjusts itself to its environment to provide just the right amount of moisture needed at a given time.
Organic Vitamin E
A natural preservative Vitamin E can help prevent cancer and aging by blocking free radicals from forming. Vitamin E can help reverse sun damage and lines. It is crucial to choose organic Vitamin E that isn't mixed with GMO soy bean oil.
Neem Seed Oil
Referred to as the “plant with promise”, Neem oil has been used for thousands of years in the ayurvedic tradition to cure countless ailments and illnesses. It is extremely relieving for those who suffer from eczema, acne, or psoriasis.
mooth and soothed skin.
Known as the oil of support, jasmine absolute aids in dedicating oneself to inner work, breaking patterns that do not serve our higher being, and bringing more focused remedying of trouble relationships. Jasmine also supports us physically, bringing strength to our circulatory, respiratory, and muscle systems.
The Queen of the Flowers. Rose has been prized for it's beautifying properties since before the times of the Pharaohs. Rose can help the skin heal, and retain it's elasticity. Rose is anti-inflammatory, anti-aging, creates cell renewal, balances moods, balances hormones, opens the heart and clears the skin, spirit and mind.
'The Flower of Flowers" as it is called, is balancing both to the skin, and the mind. It is an aphrodisiac and the flowers are scattered on the wedding couples bed in Indonesia. Ylang Ylang is a skin regulator and is beautifying for the skin. It combats irritation and is used to treat acne and other imbalances.
Named for a 16th century Italian princess, neroli requires 1,000 orange blossom flowers to produce a single pound of essential oil. Famed for its floral scent and used widely for perfumes, neroli oil keeps the skin elastic, reduces the appearance of scars and stretch marks, and heals broken capillaries.
Geranium is considered a sister of the rose for its similar capabilities including promotion of emotional wellness, easing side effects of menstruation, and treating acne. It also works to even skin tone by promoting circulation just beneath the epidermis.