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Sea Vitamin Boost

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A facial mist designed to address concerns of dry and mature skin types, Sea Vitamin Boost by OSEA offers a feeling of moisture and revitalization. Red algae is used to promote the appearance of plump, firm, youthful skin. Madder root extract provides a look of even skin tone and makes the skin feel super smooth. Antioxidant-rich pomegranate reduces the appearance of blemishes and bestows a feeling of protection against environmental stressors, essential in keeping skin looking its best. Resveratrol from grape seeds creates visibly brightened and glowing skin. This moisturizing face mist is the perfect pick-me-up for skin that feels dry or looks stressed and lack luster.

HOW TO USE IT

Mist onto clean skin for a feeling of boosted hydration and firmness. Ideal for setting makeup or to provide a feel of refreshment throughout the day as desired. Store mist in the refrigerator for a cooling sensation. Sets the stage for follow-up products, like serum, facial oil, and moisturizer.

INGREDIENTS

Superpower Ingredients

Pomegranate, Reseveratrol, Seaweed

Full Ingredient List

Aqua, Punica Granatum (Pomegranate) Extract*, Gigartina Skottsbergii Extract*, Resveratrol, Rubia Tinctorum (Madder) Root Extract, Montmorillonite, Allantoin, Magnesium Ascorbyl Phosphate (Vitamin C), Glycerin*, Citric Acid, Potassium Sorbate, Lonicera Caprifolium Extract, Lonicera Japonica Extract. *Organic

ABOUT THIS BRAND

In the 1980’s, when Jenefer Palmer founded OSEA, she was ahead of her time. The Spa Director and Aromatherapist had a vision for a natural, luxury, spa-quality skincare line based on the vast benefits of seaweed. Environmentally conscious and meticulous, Jenefer’s approach to formulating required she go to the ends of the earth to find the purest, most potent source of seaweed, which she discovered in the pristine channels of Patgonia. Far removed from the heavily polluted waterway traffic, overgrown sea algae, specifically Undaria, Gigartina and Macrocystis, are sustainably collected from scuba divers who are conscious not to disrupt the natural ecosystem thriving off the coasts of Chile and Argentina.

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