With summer lavender, marshmallow root & rosemary flower
Named after the mountain nymph and daughter of the river, whose knowledge of herbs was remembered by the poets, this nourishing and enriching cleansing oil will leave your skin feeling full, cared for and deeply cleansed. Moisturising oils of jojoba, camellia and blackcurrant combine with nurturing plant extracts of marshmallow and rosemary to support our skin and help remove impurities without disrupting our skin’s microbiome. This cleanser is essential oil extract free and is scented lightly with the natural sweetness of lavender.
The ritual ~ Massage 10-20 drops onto dry skin for 30 seconds, including the eye area and neck. Follow by gently pressing with a hot face cloth, holding in place until it cools. Repeat as many times as desired. This process will help infuse the powerful nutrients into the skin, opening the pores and aid in releasing impurities and debris. Use the cloth to gently wipe off the remaining oil. We like to follow with mist and serum, to tone and moisturise.
For external use only. If it comes into contact with eyes, wash immediately and see doctor if symptoms arise. Do not apply to broken or irritated skin.
Ingredients ~ Camellia oleifera seed oil, Simmondsia chinensis seed oil, Ricinus communis seed oil, Ribes nigrum seed oil, Lavandula angustifolia flower extract, Avena sativa stem extract, Achillea millefolium flower/leaf/stem extract, Rosmarinus officinalis flower extract, Althaea officinais root extract, Tilia cordata flower/leaf extract. (Essential oil extract free)
Formerly known as Warrior Botanicals, all Daughters of Flowers products are handmade in small batches by founder Réidín Beattie in her herb and botanical studio in West Cork. Ingredients are sustainably sourced and many are foraged locally in West Cork, Beeswax and raw honey comes from a local homestead, oils from small suppliers and non wild herbs from trusted growers. Réidín never uses synthetic ingredients, preservatives, even natural ones or needless hardeners, thickeners, fillers, surfactants or cheap alternatives to wholesome ingredients.