A light, daytime face moisturiser with healing plants for oily and acne-prone skin. It contains therapeutic herbs to rebalance moisture and control excess oil flow. These include witch hazel for its astringent properties, calendula for healing, rosemary to stimulate blood flow and sage to counteract the effect of androgens, which can exacerbate oil flow and acne. A calming and healing moisturiser.
The majority of plants in Janesce Skincare products are grown, harvested and extracted at Claret Ash Farm – an organic, biodynamic garden in the Adelaide Hills of Australia.
Suitable For: oily skin, or normal/combination skin that gets shiny during the day. Suitable for daytime use only.
No nasties, no worries, cruelty free.
Soak skin, apply floral mist and concentrate/serum.
Apply one pump of face moisturiser onto fingertips.
Immediately massage into damp skin.
Aqua, vegetable glycerin, rosa canina (rose water), decyl oleate, capryllic capric triglyceride, cetearly alcohol, ceteareth 20, hamamelis virginiana (witch hazel), whey powder, xanthan gum, calendula officinalis (calendula extract), salvia officinalis (sage extract), rosmarinus officinalis (rosemary oil), phenoxyethanol, ethylhexylglycerin.
Decyl oleate is a skin-conditioning ingredient. Capryllic capric triglyceride is an excellent skin-replenishing ingredient which helps the skin resist moisture loss. It is made from coconut oil. Cetearyl alcohol is a white, waxy substance made from coconut oil. It is an emollient, which means it protects, softens and conditions skin. It doesn’t have the same effect on the skin as ‘regular’ alcohols. Ceteareth 20 keeps the other ingredients stable.
Ethylhexylglycerine and phenoxyethanol are preservatives that are used in very low concentrations in some Janesce skincare products. They were chosen because they score very favourably on the EWG (Environmental Working Group) Cosmetic Ingredient Safety Database.
No nasties. No worries. Cruelty free.
Apply Janesce Moisturisers to Damp Skin.
Janesce moisturisers are too concentrated to be applied to dry skin. They contain very little water because they are designed to go on damp skin, after the skin has been soaked. To get the most out of your Janesce moisturiser, make sure you embrace the Janesce Skin Soaking Ritual as a twice-daily daily habit.
A Little Goes a Long Way
Because Janesce moisturisers are so concentrated they are very economical. You only need to use a small amount of moisturiser, about the size of one or two sunflower seeds.
Most women have dehydrated skin without even knowing it. They have come to accept dull, dry skin as normal. Janesce Skin Soaking is a soothing self-care ritual, which totally transforms your skin, giving you a beautiful, luminous glow. To establish this skin-saving habit in your life, embrace the #30TOGLOW challenge. CLICK HERE for your free guide to the Janesce Skin Soaking Ritual.