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This exquisite organic face moisturizer from Mokosh Skincare leaves skin beautifully hydrated and incredibly soft. Made with unrefined organic shea butter and nourishing organic botanicals (including rosehip, avocado, pomegranate and prickly pear), a tiny dab leaves even the driest skin luminous and refreshed.
Skin type: Ideal for normal, dry and mature skin types
Winner of the Nature & Health Natural Beauty Awards 2019 - Best Night Cream
For a lighter cream, try Mokosh Skincare Light Face Cream
What is the difference between the Light and Rich Face Cream? Both the Rich and Light Face cream are made with nourishing plant oils that deliver a broad range of nutrients to your skin. Rich Face cream is a little heavier and also contains anti-aging powerhouse ingredients - like avocado, rosehip, evening primrose, pomegranate, neem, hemp and prickly pear – that are extremely nourishing, protective and nurturing on dry and mature skin.
Can this be used under makeup? Yes. It can be worn under makeup but will need a couple of minutes to absorb completely. You may prefer to use something lighter like Raspberry & Pomegranate Beauty Serum during the day and layer both at night for a nutrient boost.
Are Mokosh Skin Care Products organic? Yes. All Mokosh Skin Care products are 100% certified organic, strictly free of preservatives and other synthetic ingredients, and made using pure, ethically sourced botanicals.
Why is it important that Mokosh is water-free? Many standard skin care products contain water (up to 85% water). Because these formulas are water-free - they are up to 5 times more concentrated than standard skin care, and 5 times more densely packed with nutrients and typically last longer.
Are Mokosh Skin Care products cruelty free? Absolutely. Every brand in our shop is cruelty free do not test on animals at any stage (ingredients or final products). Mokosh has cruelty free accreditation with Choose Cruelty Free.
Is the packaging recyclable? Mokosh organic skin care products are packaged in recyclable glass. Boxes and paper labels (can be removed by soaking) are recyclable. Lids are not currently recylable.