WHAT IS IT:
A rejuvenating, multi-correctional face serum to help your skin look and feel its best.
Skin type: For all skin types, including dry, oily or inflamed skin.
Good for: Fine Lines & Wrinkles, Uneven Skin Tone. Dryness, Acne-Prone, Skin Redness
WHAT ELSE YOU NEED TO KNOW:
Nap In The Meadow face serum by Earthwise Beauty delivers nourishing hydration while transforming skin with generous amounts of antioxidants, vitamins and skin replenishing botanicals.
Nap In The Meadow works quickly to deeply hydrate, calm redness and smooth the skins surface. Over time, it helps improve your skin’s texture and diminish the appearance of wrinkles, hyperpigmentation and sun damage.
Use this serum as the first moisturizing step, before applying an emollient moisturizer, face cream, face balm or oil-based serum to alleviate dryness. If you have oily skin, this may be the only moisturizer you need.
Shake often to remix. Apply the face serum generously onto freshly washed face. Most skin types will benefit from following immediately with a moisturizer, oil, or balm. (For sensitive skin types, though, we recommend applying aloe serums like this one over an oil or emollient moisturizer.) If using a slower-absorbing product as the next step, such as a thick oil-based serum or balm, it often works best to wait a moment until Nap in the Meadow is absorbed.
Store away from direct light exposure. Ideally REFRIGERATE to protect freshness and enhance the cooling, refreshing, and depuffing properties.
Nap In The Meadow: Cold-press whole-leaf Aloe barbadensis leaf juice*, Sambucus nigra (elderberry) fruit extract, Curcuma longa (turmeric) root Supercritical CO2 Select extract*, caprylyl capryl glucoside (naturally derived), Lavandula angustifolia (lavender) oil (* and †), Achillea millefolium (yarrow) oil*, Helichrysum italicum (Italian everlasting) oil*, Marticaria recutita (German blue chamomile) oil*, potassium sorbate (natural food-grade preservative), organic Pelargonium graveolens (geranium bourbon) oil, Pelargonium roseum (geranium rose) oil*, Copaifera officinalis (copaiba balsam) resin†, Ferula galbaniflua (galbanum) oil*, xanthan gum, ascorbic acid (vit. C), Rosa woodsii (Wood’s rose) flower essence†, Phlox longifolia (pink phlox) flower essence†, Achillea millefolium (white yarrow) flower essence†, Lupinus argenteus (silvery lupine) flower essence†.
*Certified organic. †Responsibly wildcrafted.
Certified cruelty free, vegan, handcrafted, small batch. Contains gluten.
Do I need an additional face moisturizer? We generally suggest using a water or aloe-based serum like Nap in the Meadow, as your first hydrating step. Most skin types will benefit from following immediately with a moisturizer, face oil, or face balm for extra hydration.
What is the difference between a face oil and a face serum? Official answer from Earthwise Beauty. "The word "serum" is usually used to describe a wide range of products that have a higher ratio of active ingredients, and are usually not complete—meaning they are heavier on the water phase or the oil phase, but not both. We generally suggest using a water- or aloe-based serum, such as Nap in the Meadow, as your first hydrating step, and then following up with more emollient products as needed. If you prefer to use fewer products, though, you can also skip the serum and use a complete moisturizer as the first step of your routine."
How quickly will i see results with Nap In The Meadow or other skincare products? If you are interested in improving your skin's condition, your skincare routine is a long term commitment. Earthwise Beauty founder Ava explains “It makes more sense to me to invest in one product like Nap in the Meadow and use it generously than to invest in 4-5 products from different brands, layer them, and hope for vague results. If you commit to Nap, I can pretty much guarantee you that you will be able to document with photos improvement in your skin appearance withn 30-40 days. Every time someone tells me that they didn't get results with Nap (which is very rare, thank goodness) is because they used only a few drops at a time and the total they tried was our travel size vial.”