Botnia Hydrating Serum
Science Driven Skincare From CA

Botnia Hydrating Serum

$49
Description

Botnia Hydrating Serum is a bottled miracle – packed with hyaluronic acid and vitamin B3 to bind water and deliver maximum hydration and a rich dose of vitamins and minerals to skin. Combined with handcrafted botanical rose geranium hydrosols, Hydrating Serum reduces redness and irritation, promotes cellular turnover and the extra hydration plumps skin to smooth away fine lines and wrinkles. Use after cleansing skin and before your daily facial oil or cream. An amazing nutritive addition to your skincare routine.

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Ingredients: Ultra Pure Water (Aqua Eau), Hyaluronic Acid, Vitamin B3, Hydrosol, Coconut Fruit Extract (Lactobacillus and Cocos Nucifera), and Lactobacillus Ferment.

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Botnia Hydrating Serum

Botnia

Botnia is a luxury, science-driven skin care line handmade in Sausalito CA. Founded by esthetician and owner of the Skin Remedy Spa in San Francisco, Justine Kahn developed her organic, plant-based formulas throughout years of helping clients tailor individual programs to address their various skin issues. Kahn found that available skin care lines were too all-purpose, trying to be for “all” skin types, and that they very often contained harsh and irritating ingredients contrary to healing. She wanted something with minimal ingredients, using the finest organic, raw, and fresh botanicals available, but that was also based on the scientific interactions of these plant-based ingredients. Teaming up with Clayton Coker, a Stanford-trained biologist who worked as a plant biologist at the Carnegie Institution For Science, Kahn came at her line from a different perspective. Skin care that doesn’t just smell good and feel nice but a line with ingredient combinations that penetrate and are effective and healing from a scientific perspective. Each product is handmade in the Botnia laboratory using ingredients procured from local small farmers, co-operatives, wild-crafters, and their own garden.