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All Good Things Mist-Meets-Serum
All Good Things Mist-Meets-Serum
All Good Things Mist-Meets-Serum

All Good Things Mist-Meets-Serum

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Size: 2 oz

Perfect for all skin types and skincare goals, the All Good Things Mist-Meets-Serum applies like a mist but packs the punch of a serum.

From the double-duty lactobacillus probiotic to the antioxidant-rich organic plant extracts, it's jam-packed with only good things — hence the name!

Ingredient all-stars: 

  • Green tea: Rich in antioxidants known to help protect skin from aging oxidative stress and UV damage, and found to help decrease breakouts and acne in studies
  • Acerola cherry: A natural, whole-plant source of vitamin C, a powerful antioxidant known to help fight the sebum oxidation that can lead to breakouts as well as support collage production
  • Gotu kola: An antioxidant and anti-inflammatory herb proven to stimulate collagen production and accelerate skin repair by increasing circulation to the upper layers of the skin
  • Lactobacillus ferment: Studies have found that this probiotic strain increases skin hydration up to 42% after 24 hours, helps calm inflammation, and can help reduce breakouts and irritation by balancing the skin’s microbiome (it also serves as a natural preservative in the formula!)
  • Rice bran water: Helps condition, soften, and soothe skin, plus is a rich source of over 100 antioxidant compounds and minerals

Note: Shake it up! The natural extracts may settle to the bottom. Give your mist a gentle shake before applying.

Ingredients: blood orange hydrosol*, aloe barbadensis leaf juice, rose geranium hydrosol*, neroli hydrosol*, water, rice extract*, green tea leaf extract*, acerola cherry fruit extract*, gotu kola extract*, lactobacillus ferment | *ORGANIC

Any statements or claims about the possible health benefits have not been evaluated by the Food & Drug Administration (FDA) and are not intended to diagnose, treat, prevent, or cure any diseases.