Today, I would like to introduce you to another new favorite elixir of mine, Intelligent Nutrients Renewing Oil Serum ($65). This miraculous oil-like serum is filled with all sorts of natural, good-for-you organic plant derived ingredients (that’s why it smells so yummy, fresh and herbalicious) and it immediately soothes and calms my skin after exposure to environmental stressors (like sun, pollution or climate changes), and it is especially effective at relieving my skin after over zealous product use or a professional peel. This product is more like a healing treatment serum and I love the way it nurtures my skin back to health. I prefer to use it at night because it is oil-based and I wake up in the morning with refreshed, moist, luminous skin.
The entire Intelligent Nutrients Organic Anti-Aging Skincare Line was created by Horst Rechelbacher, an environmentalist and the founder of Aveda (so obviously this guy knows his way around beautifully made, natural beauty products). This certified organic health and beauty line is made from food-grade non-toxic ingredients which feed and protect the skin with the most potent form of antioxidants that reduce inflammation, soften fine lines and wrinkles and protect against environmental stressors—and this product is so pure and clean that it is even suitable for the most sensitive skin types. The Renewing Serum is composed of Intellimune® Seed Oil Complex, Acai, Argan and essential oils that infuse the skin with antioxidants, vitamins and fatty acids to increase moisture, firmness, radiance, elasticity, and enhance skin tone and texture. That’s a mouthful of healthy, healing ingredients—no wonder it’s my new go-to face healing serum, what a treat from Mother Nature!
This product is a must-have in your beauty first aid kit and you can rest assured that it will always be there to offer calming comfort when your skin needs it most. You can buy this wonderful product HERE. Please post and tell me about your fav magical face serums or products that help you transition from season to season?