In the spirit of bringing you the most fantastic small batch natural skincare and apothecary items out there, I'm introducing some new items for you to enjoy from fellow makers that are certain to light up your life + seriously amp up your natural self-care, beauty, and feel good game!
From the loving arms of island nymphs comes the sweetest and richest whipped nectar— a buttery beauty secret known to instantly reveal pure radiance, induce youthful buoyancy, and impart perfect hydration to your skin. Nymph Nectar playfully melts across your face, inserting a lively abundance of bioactives formulated to be a deeply moisturizing, whipped plumping balm for all skin types. This fab formula doubles as a luxurious sleeping mask and rescue treatment for achieving your bounciest, dewiest skin yet.
Target concerns: Dull & Dehydrated Skin · Premature Skin Aging · Environmental Damage · Loss of Firmness
Key benefits: Deeply Moisturizes • Boosts Contour • Fills Fine Lines • Increases Elasticity • Repairs • Makes Skin Look Healthy
How to use
As a moisturizer: After applying any desired treatment(s) to clean skin, emulsify a very tiny amount of Nymph Nectar between your fingertips and gently massage into your skin.
Wear this balm in place of water-soluble moisturizers, or layer it on top for an extra “oomph” of hydration. Wait a couple minutes for your skin to fully absorb Nymph Nectar as it locks in moisture and works its magic before applying makeup. Also apply to any dry areas on your body.
As a sleeping mask: For the last step in your nighttime ritual, apply a generous layer of Nymph Nectar and massage into your face, neck and décolleté. Let balm absorb for 10 minutes before bedtime. In the morning, wash off with warm water.
As a rescue repair treatment: Scoop a small dollop onto your fingertips and massage into affected area. Nymph Nectar is also a lovely way to moisturize lips and cuticles.
As a cleansing balm: On dry skin, use fingertips to massage Nymph Nectar over face and eyes. Add water to activate, rinse well with warm water and pat dry. May also be removed with a soft, damp cloth.
Made by Earth Harbor Naturals in Saint Simons Island, Georgia