Full Bloom Fog: The Toning Mist
Floral water - used by the great beauties of the world, dating back to the alluring Queen Cleopatra. Inspired by our years of growing ‘Benjamin Britten’ roses, petals rich with the dew of a California morning.
Our rose-rich toner revitalizes, feeds, and balances the skin. Roses, historically recognized as vital ingredients in skincare for millennia, contain properties noted in aiding skin elasticity and blood circulation, creating that oft-desired rosy-glow. Antioxidants and naturally-occurring anti-inflammatory properties nourish and calm.
- Alicia Silverstone, via The New York Times.
Liberally mist on the face, neck, and décolletage as a gentle protecting agent for the skin. Mist after thoroughly cleansing, or in the afternoon as a skin pick-me-up.
What To Expect
A light floral scent that gently tones the skin, prior to moisturizing.
How We Use It:
Mist after cleansing with our Spun Gold cleanser. For maximum glow, follow up with Higher Ground, our hydrating botanical serum. On lazy Sundays or before a glass of champagne: dance around naked, while misting liberally. Think of the queens who’ve performed this same dance before you....
Rose, Bulgarian Essential Oil (Rosa damascena) - A scent that evokes deep love and sensuality, Rose essential oil adds various therapeutic components when applied topically or inhaled. Traditionally, this oil aids in improved skin permeability, allowing better absorption of vitamins and nutrients.
Rosehip Seed Oil (Rosa spp) - A “dry oil” that easily seeps into the skin, this hydrating oil is packed with fatty acids that slow moisture loss and smooth rough skin. With high availability of vitamin A, this oil offers scar reducing effects, restores skin elasticity after surgery, and reduces scar hyper pigmentation or damage from UV exposure.
Witch Hazel Extract (Hamamelis virginiana) - A soothing astringent that aids in reducing the appearance of acne and puffiness.
Vitamin E - A natural preservative.
*Dry-farmed by our sister company, Wildflower Farms, minutes from where we make our products, in Half Moon Bay, CA.
We believe in the acknowledgment and education of traditional, ethnobotanical knowledge of the medical plant world. For educational purposes only. This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. This information was gathered through years of botanical research, including but not exclusively from case studies published in The New England Herbal Academy, The American Botanical Council and educational statements from Mountain Rose Herbs.