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Manuka Honey Serum
Manuka Honey known as the queen of honey has antibacterial properties Including enzymes that produce hydrogen peroxide as the ultimate disinfectant. It is also rich in protein, vitamins and minerals that help maintain skin. Contains antioxidants that help protect and slow down the degeneration of skin cells.
University of Lincoln Research Report New Zealand, according to Dr. Geoffrey Savage, Manuka Honey contains the naturally occurring AAH650 + of Manuka flower, has more antioxidant properties than other honey. Bioflavonoids Phenolic acid and absiic acid as well.
- Helps build collagen
- Helps to make the process of skin renewal soft and smooth
- Helps protect the skin from deterioration when exposed to pollution
- Stimulates the body's immune system
- Nourishes and revitalizes the skin
- Leaves the skin looking young and soft
- Slow down the degeneration of skin cells
- Helps retain moisture to the skin
- Maintain balance of the skin
Hyaluronic Acid, Leucidal (a natural, plant-based preservative), Manuka Honey Extract
Frequently Asked Questions
How many capsules per bottle?
100 capsules (500mg each)
What type of capsules do you use?
Hard HPMC, Clear EMBO Capsules. Size # “0”. Vegetable (Vegan). Digestibility: 100%
Can I take with prescription medication?
Do not take with prescription medication.
Can children take the capsules?
Yes, ages 12 and above
Is it safe for vegans?
Absolutely! all of our products are vegan. Contains no preservatives, fillers, binders, food coloring, additives, or other exipients. Free of GMO ingredients, gluten, soy, corn, and nuts.
How to apply clay mask?
Instructions (for use): Mix one part water to one part clay (thick), or, mix 1 tablespoon to ¼ cup of water (thin). Let stand overnight (or for 12 hours). When clay is ready, apply a thin layer of clay to cleansed skin while gently massaging onto the skin with your fingers (be sure to keep the clay away from your eyes and mouth).
As you apply the clay, never use your fingers in a downward motion, apply with upward strokes. Leave the clay on the skin for 7-12 minutes allowing the clay to slightly dry. If the clay begins to crack and itch, it has been on too long.
To remove clay: Use a wet lukewarm or cool soft wash cloth and lay on your face for a few seconds to soften the mask, then rinse the remaining clay off with warm water. Try not to scrub as you remove the clay.
Use twice a week or as needed.
For external use only.