It’s not surprising that this oil is one of our best sellers: it’s an infusion of nine powerful botanical oils including centella, carrot oil, palmerosa and frankincense. Skin firming actives plus nourishing fatty acids and anti-oxidants stimulate cellular turnover, boost elasticity, strengthen capillaries, diminish wrinkles, and protect against free radicals. The unique formula penetrates deeply, restoring moisture, clarity, and glow to your skin. The texture is gorgeous and the aroma is subtle and beautiful.
Antioxidant and vitamin rich to regenerate the skin and assist to reduce pigmentation.Gives the skin an energised, youthful radiance.
Nourishing and softens the skin.
-Repairs sun damage and helps to prevent further damage from the sun.
Massage into cleansed skin 3 or 4 times a week in the evening and follow with a Sodashi moisturiser. Use just one pump after cleansing, warmed between the hands and pressed onto the face.Can be used during the day if extra hydration is needed.
Listen to your skin and use this only when required – perhaps just the evening, maybe only a few times a week, possibly every day
macadamia integrifolia (macadamia oil), prunus armeniaca (apricot kernel oil), prunus dulcis (almond oil), persea gratissima (avocado oil*), centella asiatica (centella oil), daucus carota sativa (carrot oil*), tocopherol (vitamin E), cymbopogon martinii (palmarosa*), boswellia carterii (frankincense), santalum album (sandalwood east indian), rosa damascena (damask rose floral water). *organic
It’s a really good idea to ‘press’ products into the skin rather than rub, as it helps to calm the skin and the warmth from your hands help to infuse the oils.
Can be emulsified with dampened fingers or a spritz of Sodashi Rejuvenating Mist for fast absorption.
This serum assists the repair process during the night.
-For a more intensive treatment the oil can be applied following a Skin Boost (to aid penetration of active ingredients).
-The serum can also be mixed with a moisturiser for more protection/intensive care e.g. cold climates, flights etc.