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Serums are lightweight nutrient-rich formulas that nourish, moisturize, and tone your skin leaving a silky smooth appearance with no oily residue. They can be used any time throughout the day, and make for a great primer before applying makeup.

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Oils hydrate, brighten, and repair dry or dull skin. They can be used as your sole moisturizer or in addition for drier skin. They absorb quickly into the skin leaving a soft, luminous glow. Kangaroo flower oil is the star ingredient with it’s properties to help speed up your skin’s renewal process.

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Elixirs are oil free, vitamin infused toners. They are heavier than your typical toner but thinner than a serum. A few spritzes work to hydrate and balance your skin tone. It's also great on the go for an anytime pick me up making it a perfect addition to your everyday skincare routine.

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Facial Yoga Vs. Facial Massage

The premise of facial yoga is that it enlarges and strengthens facial muscles, which essentially pad the skin over top. What does this have to do with collagen, you might ask? Similar to facial massage, anything that’s increasing circulation is also increasing the nutrients flowing to collagen production. Sometimes you either have time or you have money, but if you at least have the former – facial yoga could be worth your time when done on a regular basis. 
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What are Peptides?

Peptides, also called polypeptides, naturally occur in the skin. Collagen is made out of three polypeptide chains, thus adding peptides to your skincare regime can stimulate your skin to produce more collagen. More collagen means younger, firmer looking skin. 
Soak Up The Sea This Summer
Soak Up The Sea This Summer

I have currently been working on an elixir/toning mist for the entire body that utilizes wild-harvested marine plant-life and pure salt water as well as copper peptides to provide the skin with a variety of essential compounds not found in plants living in the earth. Sea Kelp is filled with 14 vitamins, 16 amino acids, proteins, peptides, fatty acids, polysaccharides, vitamins, minerals and antioxidants that work together to soothe irritation, aid in cellular renewal and eliminate impurities.
Skin Foods are found in SERUMS & OILS for optimal Skin Health
Skin Foods are found in SERUMS & OILS for optimal Skin Health

Whether you apply Skin Silk or Antioxidant with Seabuckthorn and Carrot Root before the Good Nights’ Glow Oil or Morning Ritual Renewal Oil,  or mix the serum and oil together, the addition of the oil will help prevent potential moisture loss through evaporation whilst providing the skin with essential fats and phytonutrients.