Temperate Forest Restoring Complex

Temperate Forest Restoring Complex

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A temperate forest immerses the skin with moisture as you walk through trails of western red cedars and mushrooms tucked under old growth. Along the waterways, wild roses peak through the shrubbery, and giant sea kelp sway in the ocean waves.

A complex serum in a rich, concentrated gel drenches parched skin with hydration while supporting a balanced flora. Leaving you with fresh, bouncy skin.

Highlighted with snow mushroom paired with sea kelp lends a stronger, more flexible film than hyaluronic acid, creating a second-skin hydration barrier. Combined with whole plant extracts of licorice, peony, milk thistle, oats, green tea, and echinacea to soothe, diminish scarring, brighten, and protect against oxidative damage. Where probiotic derivatives (postbiotics) and prebiotics can calm reactivity by rejuvenating the microbiome.

Suitable for sensitive skin as it is essential oil free.  You will notice a delicate scent that is natural with earthy, sweet notes from wild rose and red cedar hydrosols.


Suitable for all skin types. After cleansing and mists, apply 1-2 pumps to damp skin. Layer under your favorite moisturizer, oil, and/or balm to seal in all the hydration. Can be used day and night.


66% regionally sourced

[hydrosols of rosa sp. (wild-rose)^ & thuja plicata (western red cedar)^], lactobacillus/nereocystis luetkeana (sea kelp) ferment filtrate, lactobacillus ferment lysate, [herbal extract blend: water & tremella fuciformis sporocarp (snow mushroom) & glycyrrhiza glabra (licorice) root*^ & avena sativa (oat)*^ & camellia sinensis (green tea) leaf*^ & paeonia lactiflora pall. (peony) root* & silybum marianum (milk thistle) fruit* & althaea officinalis (marshmallow) root*^, echinacea purpurea root/flower/leaf*^ & vegetable glycerin*], raphanus sativus (radish) seed extract^, phospholipids (sunflower lecithin)*, [gluconolactone, sodium benzoate, calcium gluconate (ecocert preservative)]

*organic   |   ^regionally sourced