What is a facial serum?
Compared to lotions and moisturizers which hold in moisture by basically blanketing the face, facial serums are made up of much smaller molecules that have the ability to penetrate far deeper into the skin delivering not just moisture, but also nutrients that improve and enrich the production of new skin from its inception. The result is healthier more nourished skin from the start.
Their Facial Serum is a concentrated blend of highly nutritive, reparative and beautifying oils(including the great equalizer jojoba and miracle moisturize argan) that help restore and maintain balance to the delicate skin of the face. It may seem counterintuitive, but our botanical serum is good for all skin types, even people with oily and problematic skin. The oils are light and absorb quickly, vanishing deep into the pores after only a couple minutes. Consistent use will regulate the skin's production of sebum (natural facial grease) by mimicking the sebum itself.
In time the consistent moisture balance will allow your skin to regenerate evenly, alleviating the frustration of problem areas and safeguarding against dryness---thereby slowing the skin's natural aging process.
Come to think of it, maybe they should call this stuff a potion.
Ingredients: *Kuiki nut oil, *Jojoba oil, *Argan oil, *Pumpkin seed oil, *Cedar Atlas, * Cedar Virginia, * Ho Wood, * Ylang Ylang essential oil and vitamin e. * = Organic and Vegan
Scent: This fragrance boasts a depth of character not to be missed. Its complexity is derived from the striking diversity among its four key essences. Classical, nature-derived aromas work in symphony to create a contemporary re-imagining of what a man’s fragrance ought to be. Strapping, woody Cedar Atlas and Cedar Virginia stand alongside the brightness and warmth of Ho Wood and the delicate, floral fruitiness Ylang Ylang. It’s a life-affirming walk through the woods on a cool, dewy dawn; it’s a rowboat reaching the center of a lake just before sunrise; it’s walking through the turnstile, past the crowd, down the subway stairs and onto the train a split second before the doors close behind you. Williamsburg smells like personal triumph.