Raw Vitamin C Maracujá Oil
Raw Vitamin C Maracujá Oil | 100% Pure | Vegan Skincare
Known in Brazil as “Pure Miracle” for its ability to remove oiliness and dry patches simultaneously for a flawless look, this magical superfruit oil absorbs quickly and never feels greasy. It provides rich moisture and promotes brighter, more radiant skin. Packed with vitamin C, known to boost your skin's collagen production to give you firmer, smoother, more plump skin . It’s antioxidant properties help fight free radicals and damage caused by UV exposure.
The ‘pure miracle’ maracujá oil is an effective all-around ingredient for skin care, simultaneously soothing and moisturizing while treating your skin. It’s effective both when included in your daily skincare routine, as well as topical treatment for sun damage, youthful skin maintenance and even acne.
Maracujá is the “101” of adding oils to your skincare routine, it is a very effective, highly absorbing and moisturizing oil that gives your skin awesome radiance.
- Perfect for any skin type, this luxurious oil can be added to any skincare and makeup routine. Just add a 2-3 drops onto cleansed skin and neck.
- Mix 1-2 drops into your liquid foundation or moisturizer for deeper moisture and glow.
- Add 1-2 drops to your cleanser for a moisture intense cleansing routine.
- Add a dropper to your Kaolin Clay mask for soothing, smoothing moisturizing, glow-enhancing benefits.
Paciflora Edulis Seed Oil, Tocopherol.
All Teadora products are 100% vegan with ethically sourced and sustainably harvested superfood ingredients; free of harsh chemicals and toxins, cruelty and gluten. Our RAW line is 100% fragrance-free. Rainforest Born Superfruits, crafted with love in our Portland, Oregon Studio.
It is said that the Passion Fruit was named by the 16th century Spanish Catholic Missionaries in the Amazon region of Brazil. They called it “flor passionis” (passionflower) or “flor de las cinco llagas” (flower of the five wounds) after its purple flower which they believed resembled the five wounds of Christ.
In Brazil, we often use it to make our popular "Margarita-like" cocktail, the Caipirinha. Passion Fruit Caipirinhas are one of Val's favorites.