How is this face cream different?
White tea and lavender face cream works with your skin to nourish and care for it whereas lots of other creams work against oil and strip the skin of essential moisture. When this happens the skin feels parched and dry and it panics and sends more moisture to the skin to compensate and so it gets oily again. This can end up a vicious circle in the care of oily skin.
What does it contain?
White tea infusion to hydrate
Organic orange flower water to soothe
Organic jojoba oil to penetrate the skin and beautify
Apricot kernel oil to reduce redness
Coconut oil to balance the skin
Fragranced with Lavender and Tea Tree essential oils.
About the essential oils:
Lavender essential oil has so many wonderful properties. It is relaxing, it helps you sleep, it relieves burns and wounds. But a little known thing about Lavender is that it balances the skins sebum. If your skin is dry it delivers moisture but if it is oily it helps to reduce oil production in the epidermis.
Tea Tree essential oil is incredible. It is cleansing and antiseptic which is beneficial in products for oily, spot prone skin which can get infected easily. Oily skin is just as susceptible to sensitivity as all other skin types so it makes sense to treat it gently.
To read more about this face cream and its ingredients have a look at the latest blog here.
60g glass jar. Use within 9 months of opening and 18 months of the ‘made on’ date.
Also available in a trial size pot so you can try it out before you commit to a full size jar. Trial size pots have approx 12g of product in them, enough for about a week of gorgeous moisturising (great for holidays too)!
white tea infusion, organic orange flower water (citrus dulcis), organic jojoba oil, (simmondsia chinensis), coconut oil (cocos nucifera), apricot kernel oil (prunus armeniaca), emulsifying wax, stearic acid, aloe vera gel, (aloe barbadensis) lavender essential oil (lavandula angustifolia), tea tree essential oil (melaleuca alternifolia), eco cert preservative (benzyl alcohol, dehydro acetic acid, sorbic acid and benzonic acid)