Rejuvenating Face Cream 50ml
384 kr

100% Natural and Organic Botanical Collagen Booster Moisturiser 


A luxurious, rich cream provides intense repair to the skin barrier to rejuvenate and protect.

It's an intense combination of Aloe Vera extract blended with Grape Seed Oil, rich in essential fatty acids that nourish very dry or lined areas of the face, helping to enhance the skin's natural hydrolipid film to keep skin supple as you age. 

Using some of the most costly and high quality  vital and essential oils available, your skin will benefit from lavender, Orange, & Rose essential oils. Known to stimulate new cell growth and diminish wrinkles while nurturing collagen.

  • Hydrates, brightens and plumps skin

  • Vital Oils and Essential Fatty Acids slow the ageing of cells

  • Protects from free radical damage
  • Skin Barrier Repair

  • Softens dry patches

  • Promotes Collagen and cell growth stimulation and healing

  • Suitable for Sensitive Skin

Rejuvenating Face Cream: A beautiful rich moisturiser providing skin with concentrated protection.

Upgrade your skincare routine.


(Verified Purchaser)

"Feels lovely

"I love this cream, it feels luxurious and really helps hydrate my skin for my night time regime.

 I have problem skin, oily but dry patches, and acne breakouts despite being in my 50's. This is my second bottle".

Actives and Ingredients 

This intense combination of Aloe Vera extract blended with Grape Seed Oil rich in essential fatty acids will nourish very dry or lined areas of the face, helping to enhance the skins natural hydrolipid film which keeps skin supple as you age.  Lavender, Orange & Rose essential oils are known to stimulate new cell growth and diminish wrinkles whilst nurturing dehydrated skin.  



Aqua, Vitis Vinifera (Grape) Seed Oil, Polyglyceryl-6 Stearate, Cetyl Alcohol, Aloe Barbadensis (Aloe Vera) Leaf Extract, Glycerin, Lavandula Angustifolia (Lavender) Flower Oil, Citrus Aurantium Dulcis (Orange) Peel Oil, Rosa Centifolia (Rose) Flower Oil, Polyglyceryl-6 Behenate, Potassium Sorbate, Sodium Benzoate, Sodium Levulinate, Sodium Anisate, Pentylene Glycol, Citric Acid. 

Allergens: Linalool, Limonene, Farensol, Geraniol, Citronellol.

How to use

Apply to clean skin, massage into all areas of face & neck. This should be used in conjunction with the Balancing Facial Oil and Detoxiong Facial Wash to give the best results. Results will be seen almost immediately but you need to use the product continuously for long term benefit

Samples Available

47 kr


The benefit of facial oils compared with creams

The surface of your skin is mostly made up of dead cells, so whilst covering them with a protective natural wax (which, is what a moisturiser does very well) the molecules of the cream can't get deep enough into the skin to have any effect on new cells developing.

This is where oils come in, as oil molecules are smaller and penetrate to deeper levels of the skin, where the new cells, elastins and fibers are being formed. It’s at this level you need to be thinking about protection from pollution and free radical damage - it’s these new cells that need protecting with the active benefits in natural oils to help prevent premature ageing from occurring. 

So we recommend applying one of our oils first as a ‘treatment’ and protection for your cells and then a cream over the top to lock in the goodness and protect the skin barrier, which also makes an ideal primer base for make up.  

Are These Anti Ageing Ingredients Safe?

  • Hyaluronic Acid 

No is the short answer.

If you’re not using in a humid environment it can draw water/hydration out of your skin leaving it dryer and tighter than before.

It can also be irritating as many products use a low molecular weight of HA to help it get into the skin, however, this low molecular weight has been shown in studies to be inflammatory for some skins, leading to redness, soreness and irritation. 

The production process which HA goes through to get to this molecular weight transforms it into a totally different substance to that which is found naturally in the body.

  • Vitamin C 

We love vitamin C in skincare as part of a natural organically derived formulation. It can brighten the skin and is an antioxidant that protects the skin.

However, most of the products on the market use synthetic, unnatural potencies which can cause oxidisation for the skin. This is the opposite of what you are told. 

Synthetic vitamin C can react very easily with other molecules, including oxygen. When this happens, it can lead to acne, collagen loss, elastin loss, inflammation and irritation

  • Retinols 

No. They are not. Please don’t use them. 

They damage the skin, the skin barrier and can alter your molecular biology all for a short term gain but with long term dangers.

Many of the studies showing the benefits of retinol are flawed.

  • Silicones  

The use of silicones in skincare baffles us. The only benefit it brings to any product is ‘slip’ - the way the product feels; as, it gives a velvety texture which then is transferred to the skin, so the skin can look smoother but there’s no actual skin benefit. Just another example of products being developed by marketing departments. 

In short, we don’t like them because they have zero therapeutic benefits to the skin.