With my pale skin, I have spent most of my summers hiding in tents or covered from head to toe but I still manage to get ‘pink’ every now and again. I have found this spray to not only moisturise my skin but it also feels light and has a great cooling effect.
Made with Organic Aloe Gel, Organic Natural Vitamin E , Organic Fractionated Coconut Oil and Organic Witch Hazel with oils of ACO Certified Bush Balm Mint and Premium Australian Peppermint oils it absorbs quickly and leaves your skin feeling soooo good.
I actually put mine in the fridge for an extra zing!
Now, a note regarding my Vitamin E….
There are huge differences in synthetic and natural vitamin E.
The common, synthetic version of vitamin E is actually created from petrochemicals and most of us know that petrochemicals are harmful to our skin . Synthetic E is often listed as ‘Tocopheryl Acetate’, the ‘Tocopheryl’ prefix indicates the vitamin E and the acetate indicates acetic acid.
This particular formula is favorited by many mainstream vitamin companies for its cost effectiveness (read ‘cheap’), and ability to last longer than natural E.
Natural Vitamin E is so important in protecting skin cells and membranes from environmental damage. This protection extends to preventing damage to the skin from UV rays, pollutants and the effects of ageing. The d-alpha-tocopherol in Vitamin E also protects against tissue damage, which helps to reduce the appearance of wrinkles!!!Natural vitamin E looks like a thick, gooey, maple syrup whereas synthetic E is runnier, pale yellow and quite light.
ACO Certified Organic Witch Hazel, Demineralised Water, Organic Essential Oils including Prostanthera melissafolia (Bush Balm Mint), Mentha Piperita (Premium Peppermint Oil), Organic Aloe Barbadensis (Aloe Leaf Gel), Organic Glycerine, ctionated Coconut (MCT) Oil, High Grade Organic Natural Vitamin E (1300IU).
Directions: Safe for use on body and face. Great for when you need to cool down and hydrate your skin after a day in the hot sun.
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