Fabulous Faces Natural Anti-Aging Lotion

Fabulous Faces Natural Anti-Aging Lotion

A perfect moisturizer to accompany our Tea Squared Facial Soap.

This smooth moisturizer quickly absorbs into the face, leaving your face feeling smooth and moisturized - never dry! You can apply your make up very shortly after!

I have very sensitive skin, and I have yet to find a "big brand" moisturizer that did not burn my sensitive skin or dry it out.

This was my solution to those problems. I will never ever buy a 'big brand' again!

This moisturizer contains fabulous high quality oils: jojoba, olive, and sweet almond. It also contains vitamins and oils to help fight/reduce the effects of sun and free radicals (acai, evening primrose oil, and vitamin e). Evening Primrose oil has been known to decrease inflamation and acai and vitamin E provides loads of anti-oxidants.

Fabulous Faces is available in the following scents:

Unscented - great for ULTRA sensitive skin
Flora - rose, ylang ylang, and jasmine
Invigorating - eucalyptus, rosemary, and lemon (do not use with prolonged sun exposure)
Cucumber Mint - refreshing cucumber helps reduce swelling, and mint gives this lotion a refreshing kick!
Calming - Lavender and Chamomile (both known in helping to reduce inflammation)
Warm Vanilla - a great unisex scent!

This lotion arrives in a 2 oz cobalt blue PET (easily recyclable) bottle. This lotion is enough to last a few months time.

As always, we reuse all boxes/shipping/packing materials to reduce our impact on the environment and walk to our local

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