Into the Mist


For millennium, minerals have traditionally been prized for their healing effect on a wide range of diseases as well as ability to rejuvenate the aging body. Ancient treatments involved a variety of transdermal therapies ranging from mineral baths, to herbal compresses, to mud packs, to steam and sweat lodges. If you don’t have a sweat lodge in your apartment, there are other ways of getting your minerals through your skin.

Pore Refining Mineral Mist:  Lemon Balm & Lemon Verbena with Essential Minerals
Characteristics: Gladdening, brightening, lifting, rejuvenating
Traditional Uses: Enlarged pores, blackheads and milia, dull skin, spirituality (spirit-lifting)

Sense & Sensitivity Mineral Mist:  Rose & Orange Blossom with Essential Minerals
Characteristics: Calming, cooling, hydrating
Traditional Uses: Irritation & redness, flushed skin, spirituality (heart-opening), uneven skin tone, distended capillaries 

Clear Complexion Mineral Mist:  Foeniculum & Lavander with Essential Minerals
Characteristics: Balancing, drawing, clarifying
Traditional Uses: Oil bumps, papules, pustules, peri-oral dermatitis, little red forehead bumps, spirituality (finding internal power)

Integrity Mineral Mist:  Holy Basil {Ocimum tenuiflorum} with Essential Minerals
Characteristics: Healing, peaceful, warming
Traditional Uses: Scarred skin, wound healing, clamminess, wrinkles, sags & bags, spirituality (knowing your place in the world)

Instant Alchemy:  Pure Distilled Water with Essential Minerals
Characteristics: Energizing, improves intra-cellular communication
Traditional Uses: Strengthen bones, teeth, hair and nails, energizes cells, brain and nervous system function, general refreshment

These delicate sprays pack a potent amount of essence which help to renew the YOU who YOU are on a number of levels.

More Reading About Our Mists:

Why Do We Include Minerals in All of Our Mists?

What Are Mineral Mists?

Video: Choosing Your Mineral Mist

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