Desert Lavender Toning Facial Mist

  • Toners are key to fighting dry skin and keeping a healthy glow. Mist onto face daily to keep skin hydrated. You can also use it as a light cleanser by applying it with a cotton pad.  This will remove dirt and sweat and is a gentle way to cleanse when only light cleaning is needed.
  • USE: Mist onto the face as part of your daily ritual to hydrate skin. Our toning mist can be used at any time of day or night.  It is best when applied right after foaming facial cleanser and before facial serum.  
    1. Vegan
    2. Net Wt. 4 fl oz (113 ml) 
    3. SKIN TYPE: Combination to Normal
    4. No added alcohol or fragrance
    5. Every order equals one tree planted; you can help regrow Northern California!
    6. Recyclable glass packaging, eco-friendly labels printed with water-based inks on presses powered by wind
    7. Supporting our local community by partnering with small family farms for the freshest and highest quality ingredients.
    1. Lavender Essential Oil, Sequim, Washington
    1. Lavender Hydrosol This floral water (hydrolate) is a co-product of the essential oil distillation process and contains the hydrophilic or water-soluble components of the essential oil. As a hydrosol lavender is a soothing, hydrating, skin tonic, and anti-inflammatory.
    2. Witch Hazel is an astringent toner, useful for acne and oily skin, reduces inflammation and itching, antioxidant. Corrects pH.
    3. Lavender Essential Oil has an affinity for the skin. Topically, it has anti-bacterial, anti-inflammatory, and general skin healing properties. The oil is balancing and healing to the nervous system.
    4. Clary Sage Essential Oil is beneficial for excessive sebum production, dry itchy skin. Helpful for an exhausted nervous system, anxiety, and tension and is feminine, hormone-balancing.
    5. Lavandula angustifolia (Lavender) Hydrosol, Hamamelis virginiana (Witch Hazel), Lactobacillus/Radish root Ferment Essential Oils of Citrus sinensis (Sweet Orange), Lavandula grosso (Lavender) and Salvia sclarea (Clary Sage).

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