This handmade ceramic dish by Rene Norman of Wren Ceramics is filled with our botanical formulation, the Zen Cream.
This hand-whipped facial cream provides deep nourishment and extra moisture for the dermal layers of the skin. The Zen Cream is packed with therapeutic herbs which help to soothe skin damage and restore tone and texture. Organic, cold-pressed oils infused with herbs of hemp, rose geranium, yarrow and cedar wood are blended with raw shea butter for the ultimate rejuvenating facial cream.
Once you have thoroughly enjoyed the contents, the ceramic Zen Head can be used for jewelry, herbs or other small items.
Approx. 2.5 oz (80ml)
This formulation is also available in the mini travel size 15ml (0.5oz).
This luscious facial moisturizer is designed to be used as a night cream for the face and neck. It can also be used as an eye cream for extra hydration and tone.
Warm a pea-size amount in your palm and apply liberally to clean skin. For best results, use daily after cleansing. PRO TIP: mist face and neck with a seasonal hydrosol and apply the zen cream while skin is still dewy.
* This formulation is made with raw shea butter, which means you may notice tiny granules in the composition. These bits of shea butter will dissolve immediately when applied to the skin. Because Zen Cream is hand-whipped and created without the use of heat, the appearance of those granules is natural.
Raw Shea Butter, Jojoba Oil*, Argan Oil*, Coconut Oil*, Castor Oil*, Olive Oil*, Hempseed Oil*, Full spectrum Hemp Oil+, Blue Yarrow*, Calendula, Frankincense*, Rose Geranium*, Cedar Wood*, Petitgrain*, Helichrysum*, Rose*, Galangal*, Shungite (c60), Vitamin E (non-GMO)
*indicates Certified Organic
Ingredients not certified organic are, however, grown and processed organically.
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