Guy Morgan "flowers of the 5 wounds" sensitive facial oil
FLOWER OF THE 5 WOUNDS SENSITIVE FACIAL OIL
An organic nourishing, radiance boosting facial oil, formulated for sensitive skin.
A concentrated blend of our Flower Of The 5 Wounds formula, featuring a base of gentle passionflower seed oil - high in vitamin C and essential fatty acids to help boost skins radiance. Although formulated for sensitive skin, this oil balances and nourishes all skin types. True indigo leaf extract is featured for its antibacterial qualities and strong antioxidant properties. Essential oil-free, making it suitable for sensitive skin and to use whilst pregnant.
Massage around three drops into cleansed skin, before water based serums, followed by heavier serums and moisturisers. Focus on areas of sensitivity and the delicate eye contour. Store in cool dark location.
From Guy Morgan -
What's in a name? Giacomo Bosio, a 17th century monastic scholar, named passionflower 'flower of the five wounds' so-called in reference to the 5 stamens of the flower resembling the 5 wounds of Christ. We feel this name is symbiotic with the oils skin rejuvenating properties
Passion Flower ( Passiflora)
Is this oil suitable to use with oily skin? Yes. It’s natural to believe an oil based product would be unsuitable for oily skin, when in fact organic oils such as this blend can help balance out the skin preventing breakouts. All oils carefully chosen in our blends are non comedogenic, with the molecules being small enough to resemble our skin cell structure, this allows the product to be easily absorbed. In turn our skin is left more balanced as sebum glands are signalled to slow down sebum production.
*Fractionated Coconut Oil (Caprylic / Capric Triglyceride), *Passionflower Seed Oil (Passiflora Edulis Seed Oil), **D-Mixed Vitamin E Oil (Tocopherol) I, **True Indigo Leaves Extract (Indigofera Tinctoria Leaf Extract), **Sunflower Seed Oil (Helianthus Annuus Seed Oil) *Certified Organic, **Plant Derived Vitamin E, derived from soya, those with soya allergies should patch test before using.
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