Rose Cucumber

Face & Body Mist


Regular price $36.00

Skin-cooling and refreshing cucumber distillate is blended with soothing, hydrating and nutrient-rich aloe vera gel and infused with rose oil to help cool, calm and soothe the appearance of sensitive or over-heated skin after exercise or in summer heat.

Key Ingredients

Aloe vera, Cucumber distillate, Rose Oil.

Complete Ingredients

Aloe barbadensis (aloe vera) leaf juice*; Cucumis sativus (cucumber) fruit water; Populus tremuloides (aspen) bark extract; Rosa centifolia (rose) flower extract*

How To Use

Mist skin for a refreshing uplift or to cool overheated skin. Use as an eye pad solution to soothe tired eyes and reduce puffiness.
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