REJUVENATING SERUM 10ml
This helps reduce the signs of aging in the face and around the eyes, by using super potent active raw materials in an Oil Blend called a ‘Serum’ . A serum is best applied in the evenings after you have cleansed your face and applied Skin Fresh Toner,( or before moisturising).
Serums can prevent premature signs of aging as they contain high doses of anti - oxidant, which work on the skin if used regularly and thereby reducing damage caused by the aging of the connective tissue such as elastin and collagen.
An Oil Serum will feel dry on the skin as it is usually absorbed quickly by the skin. This is because Oil Serums contain thin, dry Oils rich in Omega 3 & 6 Essential Fatty Acids combined with Antioxidants, Chia seed oil, Evening Primrose oil & Rosehip oil to name a few.
Apply to areas of face that require treatment and gently massage in.
Especially good for summer and winter weather when it is more drying on the skin.
Gigha's Natural Skincare -‘Hand Blended on the Island of Gigha'
The ethos of the company is to promote an affordable SkincareRange, made with active plant materials working in harmony with your skin, freefrom harmful parabens (preservatives), mineral oils and animal products,sourcing quality ingredients that are fairly traded and ethically produced.Made in small batches to ensure longer life of the product for you and theoptimum effectiveness of the natural oils used. Do not store products in directsunlight, this will impair their shelf life.
Morven has been blending oils and making cream for over ten years, she had severe Eczema in her teens and found many off the shelf products either unsuitable or prohibitively expensive, oils have been carefully chosen over the years and selected for their individual properties in each product.
At the gallery Morven offers holistic treatments such as Reiki and Ear candling, massage, Douglas Heel 123 Activation. By appointment only.
Gigha's Natural Skincare is situated at the Craft Units (number 2) follow your nose! nearby the Hotel on the Isle of Gigha a short walk up from the ferry past Ardminish stores.
Monday - Saturday
9.30am - 5pm