At the height of Midsummer, The New New Age collected flowers from wild meadows and sacred gardens at their farm in Southwestern Ontario, Canada.
Imbued with solar energy, they then gently infused this enchanting bouquet into organic jojoba, coconut, and evening primrose oils to create a rejuvenating and nutritive botanical facial oil that captures the radiant essence and regenerative impulse of the midsummer landscape in bloom.
Fast absorbing and non-comedogenic, Midsummer Nectar allows users the divine experience of absorbing the vibrant energy of a sacred landscape in full bloom directly through the skin.
Let the same flowers that nourished thousands of pollinators also nourish your skin and soul.
All herbal ingredients were hand-harvested from The New New Age farm and exemplify the terroir of their landscape where biodiversity and health exist in perpetual symbiosis.
Permaculturally grown and wildcrafted ingredients include:
Rose bee balm, rose thyme, rose, lavender, yarrow, calendula, yellow bedstraw, clary sage, anise hyssop, elder flower & holy basil.
To use, warm a few drops of oil in your palms, then gently apply to your face and neck. Midsummer Nectar can be used as a botanical face moisturizer, after cleansing and before your preferred face cream.
The delicate and subtle aroma of our botanical face oil will soothe the senses, without overpowering or irritating sensitive skin.
*All ingredients are certified organic or sustainably wildcrafted at our farm.
*Ingredients: jojoba oil (Simmondsia chinensis), coconut oil (Cocos nucifera), evening primrose seed oil (Oenothera biennis), rose monarda (Monarda fistulosa), rose thyme (thymus vulgaris), rose (rosa spp.), lavender (Lavandula spp.), yarrow (Achillea millefolium), calendula (Calendula officinalis), yellow bedstraw (Galium verum), clary sage (Salvia sclarea), anise hyssop (Agastache foeniculum), elder flower (Sambucus nigra), holy basil (Ocimum spp.)
There are no essential oils, perfumes or additives of any kind. As with any skin care product, we recommend testing a little on your arm before general application.