No Filter Botanical Facial serum+ Facial oil
A moisture boosting serum/oil aiding in enriching the barrier of your skin while fighting some of the top skin concerns.
What’s so special about Carrot oil?
Carrot oil is rich in vitamins A, B, C, D, and E along with essential fatty acids. It features several antioxidants including beta carotene, an essential antioxidant for healthy skin.
There’s an endless list of health benefits associated with carrot oil. One of the most notable benefits of carrot oil is its positive effect on your skin health and it is a key ingredient for your facial oil.
The high amounts of beta-carotene and vitamin A in carrot oil promote the regeneration of cells.
What’s so special about jojoba oil?
Delay signs of aging
Jojoba oil’s chemical composition allows it to mimic the skin’s sebum, therefore it balances out the skin by not overproducing oil in areas of the skin where it’s not needed. It also contains antimicrobial properties that can ward off certain types of bacteria, making it an excellent choice for acne-prone skin.
Improve the skin barrier
Jojoba oil is loaded with antioxidants, such as vitamins A and E, and omega-6 fatty acids, which are essential components of the skin’s barrier. It also acts as a humectant, meaning it works to retain moisture in the skin. This protective layer, combined with the anti-inflammatory effects of the vitamin E, gives skin the breather necessary to focus on the healing process.
What’s so special about Rosehip oil?
Rosehip oil—also known as rosehip seed oil—is a pressed seed oil that has been valued since ancient times for its many healing properties, which makes it especially helpful for those with sensitive skin.
Brightens and evens out the skin, regenerates and heals, helps with anti-aging, elasticity, and collagen production
CAUTION: Rosehip oil is high in vitamin A, so be mindful when using products with retinoids.
- Regenerates and heals the skin: Because it contains high concentrations of vitamin A, B1, B2, B3, and K, rosehip oil is known for its exceptional regenerative and healing properties.
- Increases collagen production and skin elasticity: Research shows that after eight weeks, rosehip oil will lead to a significant improvement in crow's-feet wrinkles, the skin's moisture level, and in elasticity.1
- Assists in brightening and evening out the skin: Because it's rich in vitamin C, rosehip oil helps brighten the skin. It also helps decrease the appearance of hyperpigmentation.
- Fights free radicals: "With high levels of vitamin C, rosehip seed oil can help with the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, brighten skin, and help fight free-radicals in the skin," says Plescia.
- Has dramatic skin restorative powers: A study proved that the use of rosehip oil on patients post-surgery improved the overall look of their scars.2
- Intensely hydrates and moisturizes the skin: Including linoleic acid, as well as various other essential fatty acids, rosehip oil is the go-to for acute hydration. It also locks in moisture and is easily absorbed by the skin.
- Calms inflammation: Rich in vitamin E and anthocyanin—two ingredients that can calm and soothe irritation—rosehip oil can be hugely beneficial for those dealing with rosacea, eczema, and other inflammatory skin issues.
- Combats acne: For acne-prone skin, rosehip oil can be helpful because it has anti-inflammatory and anti-microbial properties, and it has low comedogenicity (meaning no clogged pores!)
Rosehip seed, turmeric seed, carrot seed, jojoba oil, raspberry seed