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FLORAL HYDRATION MIST
Hydration is a floral moisturising & exfoliating facial mist. It contains kakadu plum, seabuckthorn, Co-Q10, green tea & pineapple extract. This combination delivers enzymes & antioxidants that regenerate ski cells & defend against free radical damage. Kakadu plum is known for its extremely high vitamin C concentration, which plays an important role in collagen synthesis. Seabuckthorn is an incredible source of Omega 7 fatty acid which is excellent for skin conditioning & barrier repair. Green tea is a source of vitamin C, vitamin E & helps soften effects of ageing & environmental factors. Co-Q10 is an enzyme produced naturally in the human body & production declines as we age. Co-q10 helps to produce energy in the body, neutralise free radicals & keep the skin cells healthy. Co-Q10 may boost skin repair & regeneration, reducing free radical damage. Pineapple contains bromelain, an enzyme that assists in skin debridement (peeling). This exfoliating action helps to gently boost collagen production by removing dead skin cells. This in turn helps to brighten & smooth the complexion, leaving it looking fresh & clean. Pineapple extract is also rich in vitamin C & trace B vitamins which help protect against oxidation & moisturise the skin.
After cleansing, spritz face, neck, chest & gently press mist into skin. allow to absorb before applying serum or moisturise
- The Seabuckthorn fruit is where you will find the highest level of the famed Omega 7 fatty acid - excellent for skin conditioning and barrier repair. Here you will also find high levels of the vitamins B1, B2, provitamin A and vitamin C.
- Being an antioxidant, Coenzyme Q10 helps to protect cells from damage caused by free radicals - these are substances which seek to stabilise themselves by damaging and stealing tiny parts of our cells. Anti-oxidants are wonderful for our health (and our skin) because they sacrifice themselves in order to save our cells from these detrimental molecules. The body produces free radicals in the normal course of energy production and we also encounter them in day-to-day life from various sources such as pollution, certain foods and additives, chemicals added to our water, and even when light hits some plastics, fabrics or paints. If free radicals are allowed to progress unchecked, they can damage the precious cell membrane which protects against dehydration and other detrimental environmental effects. The collagen, which provides resilience and elasticity in our skin, can be compromised - leading to the visible signs of ageing such as wrinkles and sagging skin.
- Green tea is rich in Epigallocatechin Gallate. Green tea is a wonderful antioxidant.
- Pineapples are great for their Bromelain, an enzyme that assists in skin debridement (peeling). This gentle exfoliating action helps to gently boost collagen production by removing dead skin cells & encouraging collagen production.
- Kakadu Plum is a native tree from Australia which is found exclusively in the Northern Territory and around Arnhem Land. The Kakadu Plum fruit has the highest known Vitamin C concentration of any single natural food source in the world. Indigenous Aborigines have used this plant and its fruit extensively for food as well as for its traditional healing properties. It is known to have ten times the amount of Vitamin C found in other fruits, making it an excellent antioxidant.
- Hyaluronic Acid has amazing abilities in retaining moisture which, hydrates, plumps and firm the skin, as well as aiding in delivering active ingredients in to the skin.