Beauty Booster - Bakuchiol Oil 1% Bakuchiol + Olive Squalane
What it is?1% Bakuchiol oil and 99% Squalane oil booster. Bakuchiol is a plant derived, 100% natural alternative to vitamin A - aka retinol. Designed to be used as part of your existing night time routine, this powerful yet gentle ingredient is a game-changer as it’s directly linked to collagen production and can dramatically improve skin texture.
Beauty resultRejuvenated, plumper skin, with reduced lines and signs of tiredness.
Why it is awesomeIf you’ve heard of retinol then you’ll know it’s awesome for smoothing and firming but not so awesome for sensitive skin. Bakuchiol is different. Extensive research has proven it has exactly the same benefits for the skin- stimulating collagen production to improve texture - but it comes WITHOUT the negative side effects that include dry/flakey skin, irritation, inflammation or increased photosensitization. Teamed with the skin softening properties of olive squalane, this is one powerful boost for your skin.
Size15 ml, recyclable glass bottle with glass pippet
Skin typeFor skin that’s feeling a little damaged.
IngredientsSqualane (Olive), Bakuchiol
Directions for useThe boosters are designed to maximise your existing routine so will slot in nicely alongside your other products. Add a couple of drops to your serums, moisturisers or balms and apply to face and neck. Alternatively, use it straight up by applying directly to skin. Unlike conventional retinol, Bakuchiol doesn’t increase the skin's sensitivity to sunlight, but we do recommend you wear an SPF the following day anyway, because that’s just best for your skin all round.
How to recycle
Remove bottle from carton. Carton is 100% recyclable so can be disposed of in your domestic recycling.
Separate bottle and pipette. Bottle is 100% recyclable so can be disposed of in your domestic recycling.* Glass stem of pipette can be detached and disposed of in your domestic recycling. The rest of the pipette is not currently recyclable, please dispose of in your general waste.
*Check local facilities to see if you need to rinse before disposing.