Herbal Infused Body and Facial Oils

Introducing my new  nourishing, balancing, skin replenishing herbal facial oil:

A fast absorbing blend of jojoba and camelia seed oils that leaves your skin feeling silky and protected, infused with skin loving herbs and scented with lavender and rose geranium essential oils

This protective and moisturizing facial serum is a blend of jojoba and camellia seed oils that quickly absorb into the skin, leaving no oily residue, locking in moisture and providing a preservative free alternative to creams and lotions. Both of these oils are absolutely incredible, leaving the skin silky and  protected but not the least  bit greasy.

This facial elixir is packed  with skin loving herbs that nourish the skin – Calendula, Comfrey, Lemon Balm, Lavender and Roses, a balancing blend suitable for dry, normal and mature skin.

Lavender and Rose Geranium essential oils are added to soothe the spirit with their blissful fragrance and to nourish, protect, calm, and normalize the skin.

Only a drop or two is required after cleansing the face. Can be applied before facing the day, as well as before retiring at night.

Infused herbal body and facial oils

The same oils that perform so well on your face, are just as wonderful for the rest of the body, whether as an overall body oil, added to a bath, or used for massage.  Sweet almond oil is added to the jojoba and camellia seed oil, allowing this blend to glide over the skin without absorbing too quickly.

Lavender Patchouli Body Oil – a blend of jojoba, Camelia seed and sweet almond oils infused with skin nourishing herbs and scented with pure essential oils – suitable for bath, body, or massage

The oil blend is  infused with organic calendula, comfrey and oats to balance, soothe, and repair the skin.  Pure lavender and Patchouli essential oils are added for a heavenly, relaxing fragrance and for their superb skin care qualities.

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Posted on June 30, 2012, in facial elixirs, facial oil, facial serum, infused herbal oils, oils, serums and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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