GLOW Ingredient List

With Orange, Geranium, Myrrh & Litsea      With light citrus notes to lift the spirit at bed time and provide vitamins your skin needs to stay radiant. Perfect for dry skin   [caption id="attachment_946" align="alignnone" width="200"]orange Orange[/caption] Aromatics from the orange tree, to lift the spirit and encourage a healthy circulation The orange tree gives us a host of beautiful oils that can be used for as a boost for the skin and to help encourage a great night’s sleep. We’ve used the precious orange blossom oil, Neroli, in our GLOW After Dark Face Oil because we love its skin rejuvenating powers at a cellular level.   Our GLOW After Dark Bath Oil uses Petitgrain oil from the orange tree leaves, to deliver the same uplifting scent and bring skin softening properties. Both aromas chase away anxiety and encourage a positive spirit so help to make sure you fall asleep with a smile on your face     [caption id="attachment_948" align="alignnone" width="200"]geranium Geranium[/caption] Prized for its gentleness and beautiful flower scent and for its ability to balance the skins natural oil levels Popular and pretty, these flowers combine a delicate floral scent with powers that make it a perfect overnight treat for skin. Like lots of flower oils it is mildly antiseptic and a valuable astringent. It has a reputation for helping promote speedy healing and balancing skin’s natural equilibrium which makes it especially good for dry skins.  It has an aroma which is considered to have a gently relaxing effect on the mood and work as a natural anti-depressant     [caption id="attachment_949" align="alignnone" width="200"]myrrh Myrrh[/caption] Used for hundreds of years to heal and repair A complex scent of spice, wood and herbs it is said that in Ancient Greece, no soldier went to war without a paste of myrrh in his pouch. Its healing properties mean it can be perfect for skin that needs a little tlc or a helping hand to repair. It’s also fungicidal so can be a winner with things like cracked heels or chapped skin     [caption id="attachment_947" align="alignnone" width="200"]litsea Litsea[/caption] A sweet smelling, light citrus shrub used in Chinese medicine to calm the mind and spirit A light citrussy scent which smells like a sweeter version of lemongrass. Litsea oil, also know in its native China as May Chang is widely used in skin care because it is non-irritant even on unhappy skin that needs rebalancing. Its antiseptic too so often used to treat over-oily skin, acne and spots in general. We think this light, happy scent helps to bring a breath of fresh air to bedtime