Night Swimming Renewal Toner
Exhilarating rosemary hydrolat stimulates cell renewal and defends against environmental stress. Sake wine is incredibly hydrating, and brimming with brightening kojic acid. Cooling, calming aloe is joined by rosemary & grape leaf extracts that zero in on puffiness, environmental stress, and inflammation. Gently resurfacing soy enzymes speed cell turnover, bringing a hydrated glow. Perfect for dry, dehydrated, stressed, puffy, stagnant, and congested skin types.
Personality - Brass in Pocket
Elements - water & earth
Purpose - brightening & hydrating sake mist
- Spray directly onto clean, damp skin prior to applying serum & moisturizer.
- Mix several pumps with your moisturizer of choice (oilserum, balm, or nectar) for extra brightening & hydrating.
- Night Swimming contains a mild soy enzyme that makes it an ideal daily low-level exfoliant, safe for all skin types.
Skin is clear, nourished & bright.
This mist has a light sake & rosemary scent and feels refreshing on the skin.
Formulated for all skin types.
rosmarinus officinalis (rosemary) hydrolat, aloe vera juice, unfiltered sake (rice wine), leuconostoc/radish root ferment filtrate & lactobacillus & cocos nucifera (coconut) extract, nattokinase enzyme, extracts of rosmarinus officinalis (rosemary) & vitis vinifera (grape leaf), potassium sorbate, rosmarinus officinalis (rosemary) essential oil
italic denotes organic ingredient | bold italic denotes wildcrafted ingredient
Full size: 50 ml
Handcrafted in Oregon
Night Swimming Renwal Toner has a shelf life of 12 months. Keep in mind that whole plant nutrients are alive and evanescent. For best results please start using Night Swimming promptly and consistently. If you aren't able to use it for a week or longer, please store it in the refrigerator with the cap tightly closed until you're able to incorporate it back into your daily skin care ritual. Always store your HG products out of direct sunlight & prolonged heat, and keep the cap tightly closed.
These things can impact the shelf life of naturally preserved products:
- exposure to sunlight
- exposure to heat
- exposure to air/oxygen
- exposure to the bacteria naturally present on the skin
- exposure to water or steam