Rose Face Serum (with Rosebud)
Help moisturize and restore aging skin. Made of quality oils that help your skin including jojoba, argan, baobab and pomegranate seed oil and a blend of essential oils including rose and lavender and a rosebud in the bottle.
Ingredients: Baobab Oil*, Argan Oil*, Chinensis (Jojoba) Seed Oil*, Rosehip Oil*, Pomegranate Oil*, Rose Oil, Lavandula Angustifolia (Lavender) Oil*, Patchouli Oil*, Vitamin E.
Our Rose Face Serum is more than a beauty serum in pretty packaging. Each ingredient has been carefully selected to create a serum that helps rejuvenate, smooth, and heal your skin all while uplifting your mood. The top three notable ingredients are Rose Damascus Absolute (Rose Oil), Jojoba Oil and Patchouli Oil. Here is how each of these are working for you:
Rose oil has some similar properties as Lavender oil when it comes to scent. It calms, soothes, and relaxes emotions, and is even known to help with depression. When it comes to its benefits when applied, it packs a punch against aging skin, reducing the appearance of wrinkles and smoothing skin.
Jojoba (pronounced huh-ho-bah) oil is the chosen carrier oil for this serum because on top of being a great source of moisture, it is anti-inflammatory (which helps with dry skin, including eczema and rosacea) and has B-Complex vitamins and Vitamin E, which means more agents battling against aging skin.
Lastly, the Patchouli oil, where the serum gets its deep, musky scent, is known for treating skin conditions like cracked skin and acne. Coincidentally, the scent of Patchouli is also known for helping with depression and promoting relaxation, just like rose and lavender (also a component of this power serum).
Altogether, along with several other essential oils, our Rose Face Serum is a powerful oil-based serum that should not be overlooked. Apply it in the evening after your cleansing routine and after a spritz of toner for better absorption. After applying the serum, instead of rinsing your hands off right away, take a deep breath to relax in the scent and then rub whatever remains on your hands into your hair.