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What's on your face?

...and why? Because one must always question the state of things...

Mango: Apart from being our favorite fruit, mango is rich in Vitamins A (young, glowy, sexy) and C (collagen boost to keep them apples plump). It's also soothing, protective, and moisturizing...qualities we like to look for in a friend. 

Camellia: Because it's green tea. And though we personally rely on several cups of it to get us through the day, green tea is also a powerful antioxidant so you can fight off those free radicals that dare to make you look older than you really are.

Moringa: The Western World sees it as the new superfood, but yours truly knows it as the spinach-like leaves floating in the feel-good soups of her childhood (thanks, ma!). Moringa is a great food, but it also has anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, and healing properties...and that's a good thing. 

Rose: It's very pretty and it works very hard at keeping you very pretty too!  Besides, if you do put nothing else on your face besides rose, you're good. Rose essential oil contains a complex array of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants that offer great moisturizing, antiseptic, astringent, and anti-inflammatory properties. Translation: it keeps your skin supple, clean, tight, and calm. 

Chamomile: This dainty flower is quite a powerhouse: it's a powerful anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, antibacterial, and contains antioxidants to fight signs of aging. So we add it because it helps to calm your face down. 

Kokum: A member of the mangosteen family, Kokum has regenerative and moisturizing powers so your face can go all Wolverine on wrinkles and fine lines and such. 

Hemp Seed: Rich in proteins, Vitamins A and E, and minerals that all come together to help promote healthy cell growth (aka regeneration) and provide great anti-inflammatory benefits. 

Rice Bran: Because no meal is complete without rice!  But also, as an oil, rice bran is deeply hydrating and a great source of Vitamin E to help keep signs of aging at bay.

Seabuckthorn Berry: It's another superfood type...and that's good! Seabuckthorn berry is an excellent natural cleanser and exfoliator.  It's also a powerful healer! And it's orange!

Rosemary: Rich in antioxidants and a great disinfectant, Rosemary not only smells good, she'll help keep you looking good too.

Green Mandarin: So it's citrus so that means its a great source of Vitamin C, but what distinguishes Green Mandarin is that it is also great at toning and firming the skin. 

Jasmine: It smells sexy. But it's also great at toning and reducing signs of aging. And it smells sexy. 

Ylang Ylang: This one also smells sexy, but more importantly, Ylang Ylang has the ability to balance your skin's oil production. So smell sexy and stay balanced, friend.