A brightening facial mist that improves skin-barrier function, moisture and hydration by reducing hyperpigmentation (dark spots) and transepidermal water loss.
Niacinamide (Vitamin B3) and n-acetyl glucosamine work together to boost hyaluronic acid & collagen production while pro-vitamin B5 draws water into the skin & forms a light, protective moisture barrier.
A few spritzes leaves skin feeling replenished, lightly moisturized and protected.
Suitable for all skin types including sensitive, dry, mature, dull, oily and acne prone skin.
Shake gently and mist 3-7 times onto cleansed face and neck. Pat into skin with hands. Follow with 5 Roses Face Cream or Radiance Face Serum while skin is still damp.
Scent profile: A 100% natural light rose aroma
2 fl oz/ 60 ml
Ingredients: Rosa damascena (rose) petal floral water, Hamamelis virginiana (alcohol-free witch hazel) bark distillate, Aloe barbadensis (aloe vera) leaf extract, Aqua, Niacinamide (vitamin B3), N-acetyl glucosamine, DL-Panthenol (pro-vitamin B5), Sodium lactate, Gluconolactone, Sodium benzoate, Sodium phytate.
While studying plant medicine, Alison Brown Dolmont discovered her passion for creating botanical self-care products, which evolved into the formulas you see today.
Inspired by nature and self-care practices, Alison creates skincare that is made to engage the senses and nourish the soul. The goal is to not only see and feel skin results, but to uplift the spirit with beautiful textures, natural scents and the knowledge that our wellbeing is directly impacted by the small choices we make to nourish ourselves.
As a medical herbalist, Alison uses her knowledge of plant chemistry to create synergistic blends that nourish and replenish the skin. A minimalist by nature, Alison aims to simplify choice with fewer, more concentrated products that work for everyone.
Since 2010, Each Olga Naturals recipe is created in Alison’s home province, Nova Scotia, where her community, the land and the ocean are at the heart of her inspiration.
Alison named her company after her grandmother and best friend, Olga, a woman who loved deeply and believed in the practice of self care rituals.