What’s great about Double Double Face Balm?
Double Double Face Balm is a powerful, creamy balm with high concentrations of antioxidants, essential fatty acids and vitamins. Use this balm as an alternative to Double Double Face Cream when your skin needs additional nutrition and hydration. The face balm contains the same 13 super anti-ageing ingredients as our Double Double Corrective Facial Serum. This includes Peach kernel oil, Camelia Oil, Pomegranate Oil, Red Raspberry Seed Oil, Rosehip Oil, Evening Primrose Oil, Avocado Oil, Sea Buckthorn Seed Oil, Carrot Seed Total Oil, Frankincense, Patchouli, Geranium and Lavender True.
For more information on these awesome ingredients follow this LINK
Antioxidants and free radicals
Antioxidants fight free radicals to decrease the signs of ageing. Vitamins A, B, C, D and E, and essential fatty acids repair skin damage, help the skin to retain moisture, and improve skin tone, flexibility and texture.
Overexposure to UV radiation is one of the major causes of ageing skin. This is a big problem worldwide, especially in places with outdoor lifestyles. In Australia, we are blessed with an abundance of sunshine and beautiful beaches; in Canada, there’s snow, mountains and skiing!!! UV radiation produces free radicals which, in turn, damage skin cells and cause wrinkles and pigmentation. The moral of the story is to use skincare with antioxidants to reverse damage from free radicals (like our Double Double range) and always use sunscreen during the day!
Like all Feisty Ferdy skincare, Double Double Face Balm is free of nuts, gluten and nasty chemicals. We use certified organic ingredients, and virgin, cold-pressed oils whenever they are available – less processing is better!
Recommended for use in the evening due to high Vitamin A & C content. Only use during the day if a high-SPF sunscreen is applied as a final layer. Smooth a small amount onto a freshly cleansed face and neck after first spritzing with Breathe Hydrating Mist. Always use sunscreen during the day!
What about the name?
Read about the origins of the Double Double facial range by following this LINK