Canadian raspberries, blueberries and cranberries, mostly grown in The Fraser Valley and Northern Canada, go into this silky, potent concoction.
The cold pressed oil from these berries offer your face a rich source of antioxidants. If that's not enough, they are also naturally high in linoleic and alpha-linolenic acid, carotenoids, tocotrienols and tocopherols (the natural isomers of Vitamin E) and a rich source of Omega-3 and 6 fatty acids.
In addition, raspberry seed oil which is rich in ellagic acid, is an amazing ingredient to diminish blemishes. It is also known for its inherent SPF which is a valuable addition to sun protection.
Saffron is exotic and esteemed, not just for its exquisite taste and aroma, but for what it also offers for your skin, especially as a plant stem cell. Rich in gallic acid, this phenolic compound has been identified as a tyrosinase inhibitor, making it an ideal component to brighten your skin.
Velvety smooth oat oil absorbs beautifully into the skin without leaving a residue. Infused with turmeric and a touch of orange blossom, this ayurvedic anti-inflammatory melange of oils is luxurious as it is therapeutic. This is an excellent formulation to layer under or blend with your day or night cream.
0.5 fl oz / 15ml
meadowfoam (limnanthes alba) seed oil, oat (avena sativa kernel) oil, camelia (camellia sinensis) seed oil, blueberry (vaccinum myrtillus) seed oil, cranberry (vaccinum macrocarpon) seed oil, raspberry (rubus idaeus) seed oil, saffron stem cell (crocus sativus flower & cell culture extract), turmeric (curcuma longa) oil, neroli (citrus aurantium amara), vitamin e (mixed tocopherols) oil, and nothing else!
How to Use
Daily: Apply a drop or two on your face and neck immediately after cleansing. Follow with a spritz of our Face Food Mineral Mist to maximize absorption. If you’re short on time, you can simply add a pump into your favourite moisturizer or use on its own.
Eyes: Used sparingly, The Serum works wonderfully to treat and protect the delicate area under and around your eyes. Lightly dot it above the cheek bones and at the edge of the temples or blend it with your day or night cream.