Facial Glow
Facial Glow
Facial Glow
Facial Glow

Facial Glow

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A light, dry, deep-acting face oil which nourishes and balances the skin. Easily absorbed, this oil is ideal for skin exposed to harsh elements. It restores dry, dull, tired skin to a soft silky feel and a radiant glow. Suitable for all skin types.

WITH MARULA, MANKETTI & KALAHARI MELON

Available in 30ml | 50ml

How to use

RESTRUCTURES AND REGENERATES

A highly concentrated blend of omegas 3, 6 and 9 help to restructure and regenerate skin cells membranes. Deep penetrating linoleic acid from Kalahari melon and manketti helps maintain suppleness.

RESTORES BALANCE

The essential fatty acid composition of this oil blend mimics the composition of the skin sebum, restoring the skin’s natural barrier and bringing it into balance.

Use one pump. Massage lightly on the skin. Allow 5 minutes for oil to penetrate. Dab off excess. Use daily after cleansing and treating with Uplifting Serum and before hydrating with Light Facial Cream.

Ingredients

Simmondsia Chinensis (Jojoba) Seed Oil, Citrullus Lanatus (Kalahari Melon) Seed Oil, Sclerocary Birrea (Marula) Seed Oil, Schinziophyton Rautanenni (Manketti) Seed Oil, Commiphora Wildii Oil, Colophospermum Mopane Oil, Tocopherol, Commiphora Erythraea Gum Oil

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