This light, herbal treatment was formulated to help your skin balance its own sebum production. Black cumin seed oil is the superstar ingredient: a powerful compound called thymoquinone in the oil is extremely calming for overactive or problem skin. Acai, schisandra fruit, and rosehip seed provide essential fatty acids, antioxidants, and healing carotenoids to improve the skin’s tone and texture. With regular use, your skin should start to smooth and settle, with fewer breakouts and a less oily appearance throughout the day.
FOR: Normal, combination, oily skin.
olive squalane, caprylic/capric triglyceride (fractionated coconut oil), aleurites molaccana (kukui) oil, carthamus tinctorius (safflower) oil*, macadamia integrifolia (macadamia nut) oil*, rosa rubiginosa (rosehip) seed oil*, vitus vinifera (grapeseed) oil*, butyrospermum parkii (shea) oil*, schisandra sphenanthera (schisandra fruit) CO2, euterpe oleracea (acai) oil, nigella sativa (black cumin seed) oil*, rosmarinus officinalis (rosemary) CO2*, non-GMO mixed tocopherols, and a proprietary blend of organic and wild-harvested essential oils
39.2% certified organic ingredients
- HOW: 1/2 to one pump over the face and neck after cleansing, while skin is still quite damp.
Osmia's mission is to educate and energize conscious consumers who will savor our luxury skin care products in their daily wellness rituals. Our line is formulated with exceptional, natural ingredients, which we hope will inspire people to live in health and joy, with a softer impact on the planet. Osmia, as I use it, means "sense of smell". (It's derived from the medical word "anosmia", which is the inability to smell.) Every Osmia product is made with utmost attention to the scent and its aromatherapeutic benefits. In a broad sense, the word Osmia is also a reminder to notice your life - the color of the sky, the taste of your coffee, the feeling of your child's hand in yours. Because if we don't return to our senses, and soak up all the precious beauty that can be found in a regular old day, we are missing the point.