Your skin is a complex living ecosystem mirroring the soil of the earth itself. As the clinical paradigm of skincare may have left your skin dry, unbalanced or drained of its natural vibrancy, rich natural formulations from wild plants, mushrooms and bee products can help restore life, allowing your skin to heal and glow.
Bees are the balancing agents of the forests, mixing the pollen of every little thing into their own bioactive potions, shown to have antbacterial and healing properties.
We use sustainably collected bee products of honey, beeswax and propolis as the matrix for our phytochemical skin restoration products, bringing in potent oils, waxes and herbal extracts from our managed food forests. These formulations has their origins in the ancient traditions, including the Khemetic, Ayurvedic and Taoist lineages.
The tree of life itself is a given in our formulas, helping to:
- Prevent water loss from the skin
- Soften skin
- Improve skin texture
- Improve skin elasticity
- Repair the skin barrier
- Heal skin faster
- Reduce inflammation
Moringa oil has powerful cleansing, moisurising and protective properties, with many Several of its bioactive compounds have shown antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, when used topically, making moringa oil beneficial for acne breakouts and other skin inbalances.
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