No essential oils needed in Mokosh Eye and Neck Serum as the exquisite blend of highly nutritious light oils have been formulated specially for the delicate eye and neck areas but can also be used as a light face oil.
When you read the selection of oils in this eye and neck serum as well as why they were chosen to help restore and protect the fine areas under the eyes and neck, you will know how truly beneficial they are for your skin.
Marula Oil, known as Africa’s beauty secret, is not so much of a secret now that it has been included in Mokosh Eye and Neck Serum. It carries potent antioxidants including Vitamins C, E and contains substantial amounts of nutrients, minerals and essential fatty acids that helps to protect the skin against environmental invaders.
This versatile miracle worker with its anti-inflammatory and anti-microbial properties is capable of improving cellular activity; is proficient in hydrating deeply through the layers of the skin; all the while restoring the skins function.
So in a nutshell, I would rather approach my latter years gracefully and naturally with the help of Mokosh Eye and Neck Serum.
I patted lightly around the delicate areas under my eyes and neck with two drops of the eye and neck serum. It absorbed well. I feel its mild spicy scent will please both sexes.
It took some time for me to coax my mother into using the eye and neck serum as she is not used to the pampering. However, her tune changed once I cleansed her face and applied Mokosh Eye and Neck Serum under the fragile areas of her eyes and neck. She said it was very soothing and liked its aroma.
By choosing organic skin care brands, such as Mokosh, formulated without preservatives and eating organic food will certainly help slow down the aging process.
Where to Purchase
If you live outside of Australia, Biome.com.au is an Australian stockist for Mokosh and they ship Internationally.
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Did You Know
Photoaging happens when the face, ears, neck and hands are exposed to Ultraviolet Radiation which consists of two different waves; “Ultraviolet A” (UVA rays) and “Ultraviolet B” (UVB rays) from the sun.
UVB rays have a short wavelength and penetrate through the outermost layer of the skin causing sunburn.
However, UVA rays have a longer wavelength which penetrate much deeper through the layers of the skin. UVA rays are responsible for much of the damage associated with photoaging.
Daily exposure of UVA rays over a lengthy period of time causes wrinkles, age spots and leathery skin.
Long term exposure to UV radiation causes DNA mutations (the change of the genetic make-up) and as a result there is a risk of skin cancer.
SkinCancer.org: What is Photoaging?
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