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Nap in the Meadow Face Serum

Earthwise Beauty

Nap in the Meadow Face Serum

The Intention

An ultra-lightweight, aloe-based serum that looks spearmint-y and smells of a spring meadow to some and of just-picked strawberries to others. This dew-consistency serum offers deep hydration, strong anti-inflammatory benefits, antioxidants, refreshing effects, and some acne-reducing and sun damage repair.

With turmeric CO2 critical extract to provide incredible antioxidant and anti-inflammatory benefits; yarrow and german blue chamomile oils to heal, balance, and sooth inflammation; helichrysum to revitalize skin tissue and heal scars and sunburn; two difference lavender species from France to rejuvenate skin and address persistent dryness; rose geranium and geranium bourbon to balance and moisturize; elderberry extract to deliver an incredible dose of antioxidants to help reverse sun damage; galbanum to aid in skin tissue repair and scar healing and prevention; copaiba balsam resin to help heal acne; cold-pressed whole-leaf aloe to provide inflammation reduction and quickly absorbable moisture; and meadow wildflower essences handmade by Earthwise Beauty founder Ava and specifically chosen to provide their energy medicine of protection, strength, beauty, resilience and longevity.

1fl oz

The Ingredients

Cold-press whole-leaf Aloe barbadensis leaf juice*, Sambucus nigra (elderberry) fruit extract, Curcuma longa (turmeric) root Supercritical CO2 Select extract*, caprylyl capryl glucoside (naturally derived), Lavandula angustifolia (lavender) oil (* and †), Achillea millefolium (yarrow) oil*, Helichrysum italicum (Italian everlasting) oil*, Marticaria recutita (German blue chamomile) oil*, potassium sorbate (natural food-grade preservative), organic Pelargonium graveolens (geranium bourbon) oil, Pelargonium roseum (geranium rose) oil*, Copaifera officinalis (copaiba balsam) resin†, Ferula galbaniflua (galbanum) oil*, xanthan gum, ascorbic acid (vit. C), Rosa woodsii (Wood’s rose) flower essence†, Phlox longifolia (pink phlox) flower essence†, Achillea millefolium (white yarrow) flower essence†, Lupinus argenteus (silvery lupine) flower essence†

*Certified organic †Responsibly wildcrafted

Aloe certified by the International Aloe Science Council (IASC) for purity and content. 

The Ritual

Shake often to remix. Apply the serum generously onto freshly washed face. Most skin will benefit from following immediately with a moisturizer, oil, or balm. If using a slower-absorbing product as the next step, such as a thick oil-based serum or balm, it often works best to wait a moment until Nap in the Meadow is absorbed. 

The Earthwise Beauty Story

Founded by herbalist, flower essence practitioner, and studying aromatherapist, Ava Zhan, Earthwise Beauty was built upon a lifetime love of skincare products and immersion in nutritional and herbal healing, homeopathy, and aromatherapy.

When she lived in New York City in her early 20s, she worked at a book publisher and would create products in the evenings with ingredients from the local health food store. Soon her coworkers were begging her to make products for them, and her nights were filled to the brim with crafting products. And, so, the spark for Earthwise Beauty was born.

Now with a deep focus on freshness, purity, quality, and luxury, and based in Spokane, Washington, Earthwise Beauty has evolved into a small-batch, organic skincare line based on alive, unrefined, plant-based ingredients with a commitment to preserving the life force contained within the plants. And sourcing is paramount: Ava has close partnerships with organic gardeners, two beekeepers, and a small handful of essential oil and hydrosol suppliers and distillers (who are all dedicated to authenticity, purity, freshness, and organic and sustainability standards). Earthwise Beauty also stays focused on their pro-environment practices and fair trade commitment, and their passion for sustainability informs everything they do: from ingredient selection and product development to packaging and shipping materials. They also have set up an ongoing quarterly donation program to nonprofit organizations that not only spread the word about man-caused damage to the planet earth, its climate, and its fauna and flora, but that have the know-how to effect real changes.