We researched endlessly and tried many formulations before we settled on what is now Cordial Organics Nourish Facial Oil. There is no doubt, the hours we put in were well worth it. We are not the only ones that love our Nourish Face Oil, the positive feedback we keep receiving has been blowing our minds.
Your skin has a complete endocannabinoid system in place and its purpose is to establish well-balanced skin cells. CBD, applied topically, engages with the skin’s endocannabinoid system to assist in maintaining balance and preventing disorder at a cellular level.¹
Supercritical Chia Oil
Supercritical Chia Oil, when applied topically, offers hydration, antioxidants to help protect the skin by limiting the production of free radicals that can damage it and cause premature aging.
Helichrysum Essential Oil
Revered for its healing attributes, helichrysum flowers (also known as immortelle) were dried and offered to the Greek Gods. A few of helichrysum’s noteworthy qualities include: hydration, anti-inflammatory qualities, anti-fungal, helps moody state by moving stagnant chi, and a skin antioxidant that inhibits free radicals (which contribute to aging).
Roman chamomile promotes healthy skin because of its anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties. Traditionally it has been used for skin irritations, diaper rash, sunburns and bruises. Chamomile has an equally powerful calming effect on your nervous system, which can lead to a sunny disposition.
Rumored to have been contained in all of Cleopatra’s cosmetics, Rose Otto offers your skin nourishment, hydration, and reduces blemishes. It clears heat and inflammation. Rose also adds a dose of vitamin C to assist in cell turnover.
Neroli essential oil is not only aromatic but applied topically it can regenerate skin cells, improve the elasticity of skin, reduce the appearance of wrinkles, scars and maintain oil balance in the skin.
Here’s to nature’s knowledge and nourishing your skin.
¹ Bíró, T, et al. “The endocannabinoid system of the skin in health and disease: novel perspectives and therapeutic opportunities.” Trends in pharmacological sciences., U.S. National Library of Medicine, Aug. 2009, www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19608284.