OSSETRA Wondrous Earth Organic Skin Care

OSSETRA Wondrous Earth Organic Skin Care from Luna Experience Body Mind & Soul

By: Luna Experience Body Mind & Soul  27-10-2012
Keywords: Spa, Therapies

The Ossetra Philosophy Ossetra comes from the Northern land – one where the glittering ice palaces dot the horizon every spring, where the Northern Lights wind in a dazzling pattern across the evening sky, and where graceful beds of seaweed dance on the current, seemingly painting the water with bright, natural colour – this is where Ossetra was born. Built on Purity with Iceberg Water It’s a land that knows the value of the gifts nature has given them. The purity of the icebergs that drift along the coasts every spring is preserved, inside the ice for centuries almost suspended in time. These mighty icebergs take thousands of years to form and many more years to reach the coastline. This water, sheltered from impurities for thousands of years, remains the purest water source in the world, melting with each passing mile to become one with the ocean. Harvesting this rarest of ice, Ossetra uses this water as the base for its products. The naturally toxin-free base leaves your skin more hydrated, pure and smooth to the touch. Infused with the Dance of Seaweed Underneath the dancing waves of the North Atlantic are beds of seaweed left untouched by man, their long leaves beckoning in the gentle lull of the currents. It is here in this idyllic cocoon that Ossetra finds its seaweed. Carefully chosen by hand, small quantities of this beautiful ocean flora are trimmed and brought home to land to become part of Ossetra’s family of products. The richly coloured seaweeds naturally soften and hydrate the skin instantly renewing its appearance.

Keywords: Spa, Therapies

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