Sun Sister Rose Mist (59 ml)
$26.00

Sun Sister

Rose Mist

SKU: 40818

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Details

A blend of three delicate, aromatic floral waters gentle enough for sensitive and irritated skin conditions. Rose Mist soothes, replenishes, and tones skin for a calm, renewed glow. Essential oil free.

For all skin types.

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Floral, verdant, a touch of earthy spice.

Organic. Handmade. Vegan.

These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Directions

Spray liberally onto skin anytime throughout the day.

It is recommended to use Floral Serum + hydrosols together for deeper absorption and to help restore the skin's protective hydrolipid barrier. Mix serum with several sprays of hydrosol between hands before massaging into damp skin.

Please store your mist in a cool, dark, and dry place.

Ingredients + Benefits

Rose Hydrosol, Calendula Hydrosol, Helichrysum Hydrosol.

Ingredients may be subject to change. The most accurate and up to date product ingredient list can also found on the product packaging.

Brand Info

Sun Sister offers botanical beauty and herbal goods created with care and intention to nourish body and soul. These products are handcrafted in small batches in a studio with many herbs and flowers harvested from the garden. Sun Sister goods are slowly solar-infused with whole botanicals and blessed with sacred smoke. Sun Sister's formulas are crafted from Nikki's knowledge, intuition, and experience with plant medicine, with the intention of supporting physical and spiritual well being.

Founder Nikki is an herbalist, potter, and tea ceremonialist. She first began on her path of healing after struggling with skin issues and seeking a holistic approach. After working as a creative producer for several years in New York City, her path led her to a very different way of being, one of deep connection and communion with Mother Earth and healing plants. She has studied herbalism with the CommonWealth School of Holistic Herbalism in Boston and The Gaia School of Healing in Vermont.
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