Introducing probably the most talked about face oil on the planet right now.
Le Prunier's Plum Beauty Oil.
Plum Beauty oil is naturally powerful - it's rich in essential fatty acids and phytochemicals, including polyphenols, that are powerful antioxidants and safe for all skin types. It's the perfect antioxidant booster and go-to product for glowing, healthy skin year-round.
Plum Beauty Oil is an anti-aging, multi-purpose oil that balances, restores and refreshes the skin. Our proprietary blend of plum varietals is naturally abundant in essential antioxidants, nourishing omega fatty acids 6 & 9 and powerful polyphenols, all of which help protect the skin from damaging free radicals. 8x more powerful than Argan oil and 6x more powerful than Marula oil in protecting the skin from damaging free radicals.® It’s also rich in pro-Vitamin A & E to assist with healing and hydration.
HOW TO USE:
Morning & night, apply a few drops to cleansed skin. Mix a drop with your favorite face cream, foundation or body lotion to enhance its benefits. For hair, use every day after shampooing or conditioning. Apply oil to ends of damp hair to protect against blow dry heat damage. Once hair is dry, apply directly to the ends of your hair to soften & smooth.
It's Dermatologist Tested, Clinically Approved, Hypoallergenic and Skin Reaction Tested.
Organic Prunus Domestica Seed Oil - (Shelf life of 2 years)
WHY WE LOVE:
Single Ingredient. Organic. Vegan, Cruelty Free. ( PETA certified) NO essential oils, parabens, sulfates, preservatives, fragrance, chemicals. - USDA and CCOF organic certified. - Everything is grown, harvested and pressed on their organic family farm established in 1916. They farm has been organic since 1985. - Their farm is completely powered by solar energy. Packaging is FSC certified.
This was recommended by my daughter in LA - who loves the product. I have given both her sisters the mini to sample. One sister is enjoying the product - finding that it seems to be evening out her skin. Is it possible to get the larger bottle in Australia?