Ingredient | Blue Cornflower
A hydrosol distilled from wild blue cornflowers. It soothes and decongests stressed skin and tired, puffy eyes.
This pale blue micellar water is as soothing as the sea. Blue Cornflower cleanses, tones and pacifies stressed skin; it even deflates puffy eyes. A totally calm and collected complexion—what a great look.
A calming cleanser and toner.
Distilled from its namesake wild, delicate flowers that bloom between May and July, Blue Cornflower Water is a must have for sensitive skin. A mix of chamomile and witch hazel adds just enough potency to tone and restore silky softness to skin. Malachite extract calms a stressed complexion and also refreshes skin post-sun. Bonus: If you’re prone to waking up with puffy eyes (hello, most of the modern, sleep-deprived world), Blue Cornflower Water is going to be the new MVP of your morning beauty ritual.
Infuse a cotton pad with Blue Cornflower Water and swipe gently over your face, starting from the center of your face and moving outward. To de-puff eyes, moisten two cotton pads with Blue Cornflower Water, and place one over each eyelid for 10 minutes. For extra-sensitive skin or next-level soothing, store the bottle in the refrigerator, or chill moistened cotton pads in the freezer for 30 seconds before applying.
To BIY: Transform any LOLI mix-in extract, essence or oil into a soothing serum by blending with Blue Cornflower Water. Activate any LOLI paste or grain with Blue Cornflower Water for a calming treatment mask or scrub.
Centaurea Cyanus (Blue Cornflower) Flower Water*, Matricaria Recuitita (Chamomile) Flower Water*, Hamamelis Virginiana (Witch Hazel) Leaf Water**, Glycerin*, Alcohol*, Malachite Extract****, Sodium Benzoate***, Citric Acid*
(*) organic, food grade (**) organic (***) food grade (****) natural
96%+ certified organic ingredients. Natural minerals + sodium benzoate cannot be certified organic.
WARNING: If you are pregnant or nursing, or have sensitive skin, allergies or any serious medical conditions, do not use these products unless advised by a physician or medical professional that it is safe. A skin patch test is always recommended prior to use.