Texas Native Hand + Body Lotion
Polyphenols, Polyphenols, Polyphenols. Say that ten times fast! Polyphenols are a grouping of roughly 4,000 antioxidants. In nature polyphenols are reported to protect plants from UV radiation damage. We can benefit by eating plants rich in polyphenols and by using them in our skincare routine. In fact, studies have shown polyphenols to be a powerful ally for our skin. This is because when applied topically they work hard to repair and revitalize our skin while offering us protection against skin cancer and sun damage! These same studies show that polyphenols reverse signs of aging, lighten sun spots, and reduce fine lines and wrinkles.
It just so happens that pecan oil is rich in polyphenols. In Texas we are fortunate to have farmers dedicated to protecting and managing Native Pecan Trees. Knowing that native, wildcrafted anything will almost always have higher levels of nutrition, I sought out the best source I could find. Over the past year I have been formulating and experimenting with Native Texas Pecan oil from The Art of Pecan located in Dripping Springs, Texas (You should really check them out!!!). All I can say is WOW, this stuff is amazing and incredibly moisturizing. I cannot wait to show you all of the ways I plan to use it in my line.
For now I present to you Texas Native, a luxurious hand and body lotion made with Texas Pecan Oil, Sweet Almond Oil, and Mango butter and calendula from my farm. My non greasy formula will leave your skin feeling refreshed and hydrated. Scented with lavender and basil essential oils. I think you are going to really love this one!
WATERCOLOR ART by the very talented Paige Davidson.
No plastic packaging here! Your lotion will come in an eight ounce recyclable glass jar or pump.
I've tested the shelf life of the lotion up to six months. At that time it was still as good as the day I made it. I do recommend keeping it out of sunlight and extreme temperature changes.
8 oz recyclable glass jar