Rose Water Skin Tonic


Rose Water Tonic is an anti-oxidant rich mist to provide younger-looking, glowing skin.




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Rose water tonic is rich in vitamin C, with high levels of anti-oxidants and fatty acids. It helps to maintain the proper pH of the skin, which is imperative in fighting acne. The French have used rose water in their beauty regimens for centuries, and Cleopatra bathed in rose water as a part of her skincare regimen. It has been reported to fade acne scars and prohibit new hyperpigmentation from forming. –- Witch hazel is a natural astringent that helps to eliminate bacteria and helps to remove toxins that may be hiding in the skin. -Our tonic uses fresh aloe vera – we extract the beautiful gel inside, which helps to condition the skin and reduce inflammation. – Vitamin E oil is rich in anti-oxidants for all over body nourishment, feel free to use this tonic on more than your face!  A touch of organic apple cider vinegar is used to preserve the tonic, and apple cider vinegar also has beneficial properties for the skin. Shake well before use. Apply to a towelette to cleanse your face, or apply after cleansing as a toner to freshen up in the morning and evening.

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Shipping Policy

Client is responsible for shipping expenses, including postage to mail intake form and DNA to Purely Living Wellness, and shipment of imprinted balancing remedy, and up to three additional tinctures in a small flat rate shipping box (2020 cost is $8.30).  Individuals who may need supplements that are in stock in our wellness center may incur shipping for a medium flat rate USPS box.  We may also have clinic suppliers drop-ship items directly to the client as a convenience to our clients.

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