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  • Product Details
  • The Herbal Astringent Pore Perfecting Solution is a blend of natural extracts soothes and refreshes skin as it absorbs oil. This antiseptic, non-stinging, non-drying formula contains the extracts of seven natural herb's including: Sage, Colt's Foot, Dutch Rush, Rosemary, Chamomile, Balm Mint and Witch Hazel along with Menthol. The only astringent that removes surface oil without drying.

    Sage Extract Obtained by extraction from the flowering plant Salvia Officinalis, a small ever green perennial native to the Mediterranean region. Smells and tastes like camphor. Has a strong astringent and healing property. A tonic and curative herb.

    Coltsfoots Extract
    Made from the flowers and dried leaves of the Tussilago Farfara plant known for its soothing, emollient and skin-toning properties.
    Dutch Rush Extract
    Obtained from the leaves of the plant Equisetum Hymale, also known as shavegrass, known for its good astringent and tonic properties.
    Chamomile Extracts
    Extracts made from the daisy-like white and yellow heads of the Chamomile flowers. Popular as an excellent skin soother and anti-inflammatory agent.
    Balm Mint Extracts
    From the leaves and flowers of the Balm Mint plant, Melissa Officinalis. An anti-bacteriacidal and anti-inflammatory ingredient that has a calming, soothing effect on the skin. Contains a balsamic essential oil that produces anti-bacteriacidal ozone.
    Rosemary Oil
    Obtained from the leaves of Rosmarinus Officinallis, valued for its reviving and invigorating properties. Has natural antimicrobial properties.
    Witch Hazel
    An aqueous solution obtained by distilling leaves of Mountain Laurel (Hamamelis Virginiana). Rich in Tannis, Essential Oils and Flavonoids, Witch Hazel is known for its astringent tonic, refreshing and clearing properties as the distillate.
  • How To Use
  • - After thoroughly cleansing the skin, smooth astringent over the treated area
    - Use twice per day or as recommended
  • Features and Benefits
  • - Sage Extract
    - Obtained by extraction from the flowering plant Salvia Officinalis, a small ever green perennial native to the Mediterranean region. Smells and tastes like camphor. Has a strong astringent and healing property. A great tonic and curative herb.
    - Coltsfoots Extract
    Made from the flowers and dried leaves of the Tussilago Farfara plant known for its soothing emollient and skin-toning properties.
    - Dutch Rush Extract
    Obtained from the leaves of the plant Equisetum Hymale, also known as shavegrass, known for its good astringent and tonic properties.
    - Chamomile Extracts
    Extracts made from the daisy-like white and yellow heads of the Chamomile flowers. Popular as an excellent skin soother and anti-inflammatory agent.
    - Balm Mint Extracts
    From the leaves and flowers of the Balm Mint plant, Melissa Officinalis. An anti-bacteriacidal and anti-inflammatory ingredient that has a calming, soothing effect on the skin. Contains a balsamic essential oil that produces anti-bactericidal ozone.
    - Rosemary Oil
    Obtained from the leaves of Rosmarinus Officinallis, valued for its reviving and invigorating properties. Has natural antimicrobial properties.
    - Witch Hazel
    An aqueous solution obtained by distilling leaves of Mountain Laurel (Hamamelis Virginiana). Rich in Tannis, Essential Oils and Flavonoids, Witch Hazel is known for its astringent tonic, refreshing and clearing properties as the distillate.
  • Ingredients
  • Water/Aqua/Eau, SD Alcohol 40, Salvia Officinalis (Sage) Leaf Extract, Tussilago Farfar (Coltsfoot) Flower Extract, Equisetum Arvense Extract, Anthemis Nobilis Flower Extract, Rosmarinus Officinalis (Rosemary) Leaf Extract, Melissa Officinalis Extract, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice, Hamamelis Virginiana (Witch Hazel) Leaf Extract, Menthol, Sodium Benzoate, Methylchloroisothiazolinone, Methylisothiazolinone

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