COLLAGEN BOOSTER Face Oil | Deep Moisture

$ 60

Sandalwood + Rose

Our medicinal grade collagen oil is potently infused with plant medicines to help restore, protect and boost our own collagen receptors. Contains the deeply rejuvenating and adaptogenic powers of He Shou Wu and Gynostemma, the antioxidant powers of Mangosteen peel and Rose, the regenerative powers of Calendula and Comfrey, and the mineralizing powers of Nettle, Helichrysum, and many more!

This is a botanically dense and luxurious oil made entirely of plant-based goodness. Formulated for all skin types in need of restoration, hydration and protection. The oil can be applied onto the face, neck and directly over any part of the body seeking restoration.

Key Benefits:

  • May support collagen sources* [R]
  • Can be deeply moisturizing* [R, R]
  • Can help restore and nourish the skin* [R, R]
  • May add an extra glow to your complexion* [R]

    Scent: Woody-Rose, using essential oils of Rose Otto + Sandalwood

    Color: Golden Yellow-Orange

    *  These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any diseases.

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    Collagen keeps our skin firm and resilient, and protects it from wrinkling. The role of vitamin C in the production of collagen is to interact with amino acids within collagen cells. It adds hydrogen and oxygen to those amino acids, so they may do their part in collagen production. Mangosteen peel has been touted for being not only one of the highest sources of vitamin C found in nature, but it also contains a mega-load of antioxidants. Several studies have found that mangosteen was particularly successful at curbing the production of acne-causing inflammation, along with other skin breakouts (like cirrhosis, eczema and inflammation-based rashes). Besides using xanthones to defend the skin, the fruit also promotes microcirculation improving the appearance of skin vitality and radiance

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    Calendula has been used since ancient times for its phenomenal abilities to restore skin, assist in wound healing and activate collagen receptors to increase the glow. In folk medicine it has been used to prevent wrinkles as it’s said to oxygenate the blood, and increasing overall circulation. The antibacterial and immunostimulant properties of the plant make it extremely useful in treating slow-healing cuts and cuts in people who have compromised immune systems.The University of Maryland Medical Center reports research indicating topical application of calendula cream helps to heal wounds and works as a local and internal antiseptic.

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    He Shou Wu

    He Shou Wu can successfully treat various signs of aging by reducing the inflammatory conditions of the skin. As a tonic to the liver and kidneys, he shou wu promotes proper organ function which reduces impurities in the blood, allowing the skin to properly receive nutrients. By increasing cellular respiration, there is a boost in circulation, collagen production, and regeneration of skin cells which can create a youthful glow!

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    Horsetail is one of the oldest plants on the planet. The hollow stems and shoots of horsetail are a rich source of naturally occurring calcium, magnesium, potassium, and other valuable nutrients, including silica crystals. Many of the medicinal properties of horsetail can be attributed to its high silica content, which is easily absorbed by the body. Silica is an essential trace mineral that plays an important role in the development, strengthening, and maintenance of healthy bones and teeth. It also restores weak connective tissues in blood vessels, cartilage, tendons, and in collagen–the body glue that helps hold our skin and muscle tissues together.

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