hydrating cream

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after 3 years of being sold out, we are happy to present our new hydrating cream. this truly acne-safe formula, free of dimethicones, silicones or fragrances supports the healing and strengthening of the skin's outer protective barriers, while reducing inflammation and redness. it moisturizes with a creamy texture, and leaves a matte finish. 

this small batch is in glass jars, as we are working towards more ecologically sustainable and infinitely recyclable aluminum tubes. 

this acne-safe moisturizer is suitable for use anytime. appropriate for most all skin types, this moisturizer works particularly well in conjunction with our tizo 2 or 3 sunscreens, for a smooth, matte look throughout the day. 

use with hydrating cleanser for additional moisturizing support.

for nighttime, drier skins may need to layer rejuvenation serum or hydrating gel underneath this cream for additional moisture support.


from one of our long-time clients, whose husband has been using this cream for the last 2 months:

He said he feels his skin is softer and clearer. He had a few acne pigmentation marks from before that seemed to have cleared up. No exfoliating…. No toning either cuz he said that’s too many steps lol. But now super clear and bright! Super nice glow lol. His coworkers have all stopped to ask him what his skin regimen is because they want their husbands to be on it too 🤣 


INGREDIENTS: water, cetearyl alcohol, caprylic/capric triglyceride, coco-caprylate/caprate, propanediol, sunflower seed oil, shea butter, glycerin, squalane, cetearyl glucoside, phenoxyethanol, saccharide isomerate, glyceryl behenate, rice bran extract, tocopherol (safflower-derived), ethylhexylglycerin, acacia senegal gum, citric acid, xanthan gum, bisabolol, sodium phytate, sunflower extract, caprylyl glycol, rosemary leaf extract, dog rose fruit extract*, glycerin*, sodium hyaluronate, hexylene glycol, gotu kola extract, witch hazel leaf water, camellia sinensis leaf extract*, sodium citrate. *organic

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