This indulgent best-selling Moroccan Rose Facial oil quenches thirsty skin for refreshing, healthy results. Packed full of minerals and vitamins, all working together to rejuvenate, renew and protect your skin, we have chosen key ingredients which offer intense moisturising properties to keep your complexion protected and hydrated when it needs it the most. Vitamin C helps to stimulate collagen production and revive dull and dry skin, promoting a younger looking visage whilst Vitamin A is a powerful antioxidant aiming to balance skin tone, reduce the signs of ageing, and protect from free radical damage. Almond Oil deeply nourishes your skin and brightens the complexion for a fresh finish with increased radiance. Feel more confident in the skin you’re in with our Moroccan Rose Facial Oil. Key ingredients & benefits: Rosa Damascena Flower Oil has a relaxing, rosy scent and has been known to reduce inflammation by suppressing the growth of certain types of bacteria. Almond Oil is packed with vitamins A, B, D and E, which promote healing, protection and cell turnover, while nutritive fatty acids have been found to soften, moisturise, and replenish the skin. Dry skin in particular loves it for its smoothing and softening effects. Bakuchiol has been shown to be a natural antioxidant, used for its anti-ageing effects. Known as a gentle alternative to retinol, it performs in a similar way without sensitising the skin - diminishing wrinkles, improving elasticity, smoothing the skin and evening the skin tone Aloe Vera Leaf Juice Powder is a great moisturiser that can aid in retaining vital hydration in the epidermis. It's also known for its anti-inflammatory, skin protection and healing properties. Polylactic Acid acid works as an exfoliating agent. Research shows it's less sensitising than other acid exfoliants while the results are just as good. Seabuckthorn Fruit Oil has beneficial B, C and E vitamins, phenolic compounds that provide antioxidant defence and fatty acids like omega-7. It contains skin-soothing and replenishing beta-sitosterol, and it's a moisturising hero to boot. Shea Butter is used as an emollient due to its smoothing and moisturising effects on dry skin. It's rich in antioxidants and skin-replenishing fatty acids like stearic and linoleic.