This organic facial oil is a blend of super-potent 100% organic rosehip oil, sea buckthorn and pomegranate, which delivers an exceptional synergy of 5 omega fatty acids, plus antioxidant vitamins and natural miracle phytosterols, to target dry skin and all aspects of skin ageing.
Use this super serum daily or as often as you like to boost moisture, cell renewal and collagen production for smooth, instantly radiant skin.
The powerful plant polyphenols in this facial serum add a natural tint to your skin for extra radiance. It's the ultimate nighttime pick-me-up (also a great make-up base) as well as a quick fix for the next day.
Research** shows that organically grown fruit contains significantly more polyphenols - the powerful antioxidants that help protect the skin from free radical damage - than non-organically grown fruit.
Wrinkle-reducing, cell-renewing rosehip oil
Protecting and repairing pomegranate
Cell regenerating and UV-damaging sea buckthorn
Moisturising and vitamin-complementing avocado
How to use: Gently massage 2 or 3 drops onto your face and neck over your day cream to 'lock in' moisture and promote better absorption of both products.
Can also be used as a night-time treatment or occasionally for an instant pick-me-up.
Superfruit is also excellent for very dry or mature skin to create an even, moisturised base for make-up.
Store in a cool place and keep in a box or protect from sunlight.
100% natural, 100% organic
Certified according to the organic standards of the Soil Association
We use recyclable packaging manufactured in the UK and Western Europe.
INCI: Persea gratissima fruit oil*, Simmondsia chinensis seed oil*, Rosa canina fruit extract*, Punica granatum seed extract*, Hippophae rhamnoides fruit extract*, Rosmarinus officinalis extract*.
All ingredients: Cold-pressed avocado oil*, Jojoba oil*, Concentrated (CO2) extracts of Pomegranate*, Rosehip*, Rosemary* and Sea Buckthorn fruit*.
*Organically grown/produced (100% of the product)
**Research conducted by Amodio M and Kader A (2007), University of California and Fauriel J, Bellon S, Pienet D, and Amiot MJ (2007), "On-farm influence of production patterns on total polyphenol content in peach", Proceedings of the 3rd International Congress of European Integrated Project Quality Low Input Food, University of Hohenheim, Germany, March 2007.