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Introducing the Spring Facial Oil

Introducing the Spring Facial Oil
Switch up your skincare for spring. Our latest Seasonal Oil has launched…

With spring finally here it’s time to start thinking about switching up skincare routines. After months of heavier, richer products that alleviate the dry, tight and generally irritated complexions we all have during winter, the warmer, moister air means that skin is not only craving something a little lighter, it’s also calling out for something to help bring it back into balance.

To help combat skin that feels seasonally confused as well as dull and winter-worn, try the Spring Facial Oil. A blend created by Annee and designed to work at a cellular level, the mix of restorative, mood-enhancing flower essences and aromatic oils are loaded with fatty acids, anti-inflammatories and antioxidants, making it the ideal tonic for waking skin up and infusing it with a radiant glow.

To use the Spring Facial Oil, cleanse skin thoroughly first. Place 4-5 drops in the palm of your hands, morning and evening. Press together to warm, then cup around your nose and mouth, breathing deeply for a count of three. Pause, then exhale for a count of five and massage the oil upwards and outwards from the centre until all of the oil is absorbed.

#LabNotes JOJOBA, ROSEHIP and MILK THISTLE to nourish and help stabilise confused skin BAOBAB, SUNFLOWER SEED and ELDERBERRY SEED OILS to bring moisture levels back into equilibrium CLARY SAGE, LAVENDER and ROSEMARY to offer healing support, calm skin and bolster its internal protection against a shift in seasons JUNIPER, GERANIUM and GRAPEFRUIT to kick start cellular energy and awaken skin for a renewed glow inside and out

If you love the Spring Oil as much as we do, we’d love to hear about it. Just tag us @demamielskin and be sure to include the hashtag #OverToYou.

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