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Soothing Flowers Daily Moisturizer

$ 22.00

Rejuvenate & moisturize your beautiful face with neroli, lavender, sea buckthorn, coQ10 & essential fatty acid rich oils.

  • Uniquely formulated with an eco-certified plant based emulsifier
  • Soaks in quickly, leaves skin feeling smooth
  • Nutrient rich formula with aloe, evening primrose and sea buckthorn
  • Delicate calming floral scent

ingredients:  aloe vera, neroli (orange blossom) distillate, *lavender distillate, *calendula infused sweet almond oil, jojoba oil, **cetyl alcohol, evening primrose oil,  **cetearyl alcohol & **cetearyl glucoside, vitamin e tocopherol, xanthan gum, **gluconolactone, **sodium benzoate, coQ10, sea buckthorn, essential oils of lavender, bergamot & neroli   (*Island Thyme Farm)   (**EcoCert)


Customer Reviews

Based on 7 reviews
Johanna Lefever
Delicious, Light and High Quality!

I love this scent and product!!
It’s perfect for day or night and the aroma is very grounding and uplifting at the same time!
I recently tried the sample of Radiant Day Cream which was excellent as well.
I’m quite picky about body care products, and allergic to fragrances—so I LOVE knowing I can smell great in a healthy and safe way. Yum!

Juliette B.
Intoxicating scent!

I tried the daily moisturizer from this line and I'm going to have to get the whole set now, I think. The smell is divine. I put some in my palm and inhale deeply before I apply to my face - aromatherapy and skin care in one!

Hey Juliette, thanks so much for leaving us a sweet review! :)

Nora Masterson
Top of the line product!

This is a soothing and very moisturizing way to start my day!

Lovely rich moisturizer that soaks right in

I love the fragrance and it's a rich lotion that soaks in immediately.

Lovely feeling, scent issue

Love the feel of this moisturizer... I’m not sure if it was the batch I got, but the scent wasn’t my favorite. It didn’t smell like the rest of the Neroli lavender products I have, so I’m wondering if it was an anomaly. Otherwise, it’s lovely.


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