Herbivore Citrine Body Oil
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Made in small batches in the USA by Herbivore.
Named for the semi precious stone, Citrine is a sparkling blend of pure, natural botanical oils including Rosehip and Neroli for nourished and hydrated skin with a euphoric scent.
Concentrated Moisture. In contrast to traditional cream moisturizers and lotions which tend to be high in water and emulsifying agents but low in effective ingredients, our body oils contain no fillers and are formulated with only effective natural ingredients. They absorb easily to get moisture, vitamins, fatty acids, and antioxidants into your skin. Additionally, they form a natural lipid barrier to lock moisture in and protect against dryness and heat in the environment.
Truly Natural. Everything Herbivore creates contains top all-natural ingredients, with an emphasis on ingredients that are plant-based, organic, and food-grade. Each ingredient is included for a therapeutic reason. No animal testing is conducted on our products or ingredients. All of our oils are cold-pressed or steam distilled. These are the finest extraction methods available and lead to premium quality oils. All products are made in small batches in the USA.
Directions: A little goes a long way, so start with a few drops and increase if needed.
K E Y I N G R E D I E N T S
Rosehip Oil: Comes from the fruit of the wild rose plant, naturally rich in essential fatty acids Omega 3, 6, and 9 that regenerate skin cells and repair damaged tissue. Rosehip is also high in trans-retinoic acid which aids in preventing premature aging.
Meadowfoam Oil: Known for forming a natural protective barrier to keep moisture and vitamins in the skin. Additionally, it works to naturally preserve the other oils around it.
Neroli Oil: A highly prized essential oil that is extracted from the flowers of the bitter orange tree. It is an antioxidant with antimicrobial properties. Neroli oil has been used for centuries to soften wrinkles, reduced veins and capillaries, and stimulate new growth in skin cells.