Really great, all natural lightweight hydrating serum.

Mild enough for the most sensitive, reactive skin. Initially designed for oily to combination skin types though mildly dry skin types can reap the benefits when used as a micro-emulsion with our facial cream or facial oil.


Ideal for these Skin Types: Dry Skin, Combination Skin, Normal Skin, Sensitive Skin, Mature Skin


How to use:

After cleansing apply 1-2 pumps to damp or wet skin.  Massage in. Then apply a small amount of our moisturizer or facial oil according to your skin's needs.


    Water, hamamelis virginiana (witch hazel) extract, glycerin, aloe barbadensis leaf juice, methyl sulfonyl methane, alcohol, camellia sinensis leaf extract, lavandula angustifolia (lavender) flower extract, taraxacum officinale (dandelion) root extract, geranium maculatum extract, equisetum arvense extract, centella asiatica extract, simmondsia chinensis (jojoba) seed oil, cassia angustifolia seed polysaccharide, tocopheryl acetate, sodium ascorbyl phosphate, hydroxyethylcellulose, carrageenan, carbomer, sodium benzoate, potassium sorbate, ethylhexylglycerin, phenoxyethanol 

    Nothing beats the substances and mechanisms that exist naturally in your own body for creating health and vitality. That being said, the next best thing is substances found in nature, such as phytonutrient-rich foods, herbs, and spices, that can support your body in similar ways. This is the case with Cassia angustifolia (aka senna) and skin health.

    According to many experts, senna’s ability to mimic naturally occurring hyaluronic acid is safer and outperforms synthetically produced hyaluronic acid. That means it can be an amazing addition to your skincare routine, either solo or as a key ingredient in a quality skin-enhancing serum.

    What Is Hyaluronic Acid?

    Hyaluronic acid is a substance that the body produces which acts like a lubricant and a “moisture capturer.” It has a cushion-like effect between tissues and is found in the highest quantities in the joints and eyes. Research indicates that hyaluronic acid may play an important role in wound-healing as well.

    Hyaluronic acid is also vital for the health of your skin since it is the molecular substance that helps skin retain moisture. High water content is what makes your skin resilient and pliable. Hyaluronic acid functions in the various layers of skin in different ways. It all adds up to one thing, however – giving your skin that plump glow of youth by helping it retain water

    Hyaluronic Acid Depletes As We Age

    Just like collagen (another substance vital for skin health), hyaluronic acid gets depleted through external stressors such as:

    • too much sun exposure
    • environmental pollution

    It also responds to internal stressors such as:

    • unhealthy eating habits
    • lack of sleep

    The simple process of aging also has a detrimental effect on hyaluronic acid levels as time goes by.

    Cassia Angustifolia Seed Polysaccharide: Amazing Natural Substance for Skin!

    Many individuals swear by facial beauty products that contain senna, or Cassia angustifolia – and for good reason.

    Senna is originally from Africa and Arabia, although it is now grown all over the world. It has been used for thousands of years for its diuretic effects and especially as a curative for constipation. In modern times, it was discovered that it could also be used as a powerful beauty aid for the skin [12].

    Senna’s molecular structure is very similar to hyaluronic acid. This means that it also has the ability to retain water. Senna seed polysaccharides, a natural ingredient in most quality, organic skincare products has two great effects:

    • It creates a barrier on the skin which locks in moisture.
    • It also “binds” water to it.

    Some experts claim that senna seed can hold up to 100 times its weight in water! A comprehensive 2006 evaluation of Cassia angustifolia seed published in the journal Pharmaceutical Biology confirmed the water-soluble nature of the polysaccharides in the seeds as well as its ability to retain water.

    Senna is also a powerful antibacterial/antifungal that may be able to help with skin infections. A 2016 report published in the Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytotherapy stated that Cassia Angustifolia extract “possesses remarkable antimicrobial activity and could act as an antifungal agent.”