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Disciple Good Skin Face Oil 20ml

Imperfect Box

Disciple Good Skin Face Oil 20ml - Imperfect Box

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If you're struggling with tricky, stressed-out skin, DISCIPLE Skincare's Good Skin Face Oil is a beautiful bottle to have on hand. Formulated with breakout-prone skin in mind (though suitable for all skin types), this 100% active botanical face oil is rich in everything your confused complexion is crying out for: essential fatty acids, hormone-balancing essential oils and bad bacteria-fighting prebiotics. Potent 'superfood' turmeric oil helps to speed up the healing process and calm redness, while antibacterial geranium oil works to balance rogue hormones naturally. Finally, prebiotic burdock root gives the good bacteria on your skin's surface a boost to fight blemish-causing bacteria and soothe inflammation. Together, these incredible ingredients will nourish your skin and leave it clearer and brighter. Natural and clean, this simple yet sublime skin care is hand-crafted in small batches, ensuring freshness and potency. Can you tell we're a little bit in love?

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