Ormus Myst

Face & Body Mist


Regular price $36.00

Our sacred alchemy signature mist is made from pristine, energizing, living water that rushes from a natural high altitude spring at its source, deep in a lush forest in the San Juan mountains of Colorado.

Key Ingredients

High Altitude Colorado Spring Water, Rose oil, Jasmine oil, Sacred Frankincense oil, Embedded quartz crystal.

Complete Ingredients

Aqua (mountain spring water gemstone elixir)†; Rosa centifolia (rose) flower extract*; Jasminum sambac (jasmine) flower extract; Boswellia papyrifera/sacra/serrata (sacred frankincense) resin extract; embedded clear quartz crystal

How To Use

As you mist your face and body, or clear the space around you, your skin and your senses awaken to the pure Light and loving vibrations of the living water essence. The blissful aroma elevates your consciousness and calms your mind, and you are lifted to a new sensation of body, mind and spirit well-being.
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LOVE LETTER

"With eco conscious ethics, integrity packaging and fair trade ingredients, ISUN isn’t simply just another line of products, it’s a way of life. Treat the world better, treat your skin better. Period. Sustainable beauty."

Sarah Howard
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Ormus Myst

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