When I first sprayed this lovely Basil Yarrow Mist my first reactions were 1. what a pretty color and 2. I feel like this is what cool girls smell like. It has a fresh, ylang ylang and basil-ish scent that wakes up every cell in your gorgeous bod. I like keeping it in my refrigerator and pulling it out when I need a little pick-me-up. The essential oils soften hair and skin while the rose water and witch hazel help tone. Pro tip: use it to liven up your makeup if you have to go from the office to happy hour.
German (blue) Chamomile - high azulene content, calming, anti-inflammatory, sebum restorative
Witch hazel - antiseptic, antibacterial
Lavender - calming
Water - hydrating
Directions: Spray any time of day or night to the face, under arms, neck, hair, etc. Use as light moisturizer or complement other products with added benefits to freshen and hydrate with soft toning on skin or hair.
Natural ingredients are powerful and unique, just like you ! Please be sure to always know what ingredients you may be allergic to before using products. Always do a small patch skin test to see if you may have any reactions to the ingredients. Never use products in the eye area, internally, or on open wounds or irritated skin and discontinue use if irritation arrises.
Due to the nature of the product, we cannot accept returns.
Distilled water, rose water, yarrow, basil, german blue chamomile, witch hazel, ylang ylang, lavender
"Gloria Noto knows this truth all too well as a makeup artist and fine artist with an intimate understanding from extensive experience learning the ins and outs of the industry for over 11 years. Seeing all too clearly how the industry and majority of manufactured products are cocktails of chemicals and pollution, Gloria Noto sought out to create her own solution by developing products that reflected the changes she wanted to see. She believes that wellness should not be a privilege, but instead - a right - and strives to make the highest quality products that are inclusive - diverse in cost - and that have a philanthropic edge."