Rose and Crown Apothecary
Woodland Body Oil
An ode to our beloved Pacific Northwest forests, this rich face & body oil features gathered resins, buds, & petals from the old growth forests that hug our coastal homestead. Fallen pine resin and gathered winter poplar buds offer a comforting scent reminiscent of warm earth, amber, and honey. A few drops is all it takes to deeply nourish, soothe, soften, and protect skin. This oil is a game changer for dry, cracked, inflamed skin.
Contains: Tender spruce tips*, Rugosa rose petals*, fallen pine resin*, poplar buds*, calendula blossoms*, and comfrey* infused in sunflower** & jojoba oil** with vitamin E.^
*organically grown/mindfully foraged, *certified organic, ^non-GMO.
Contains natural aspirin/salicylic acid. Do not use if you have an aspirin allergy or sensitivity.
Packaged in a 2 oz. frosted amber glass bottle with dropper
Spruce Tips: Harvested in early spring, gathered Sitka spruce tips deeply nourish, and protect skin. The tender tips are rich in vitamin C, a potent antioxidant that supports elasticity and collagen production.
Rugosa Rose: Gathered along the ocean shore, Rugosa roses are actually an invasive heirloom rose here on the Oregon coast. However, their blossoms produce the most heavenly fragrance and gorgeous ruby red hips packed with vitamin C. Rose petals help reduce redness, and balance the skin's pH and excess oil.
Poplar: Harvested on Ostara along the riverside banks of our homestead. A member of the willow family, poplar buds offer a rich aromatic resin that is anti-inflammatory and great for bruises, burns, and easing joint pain. Poplar’s enchanting scent is reminiscent of amber, honey, vanilla, and earth.
Pine Resin: Foraged from the forest floor, Pinus contorta offers a bounty of healing resin that's incredibly fragrant, protective, soothing, and emollient. Rich in terpenes, and antioxidants, pine resin soothes dry, chapped, and inflamed skin.
*The statements on this page have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.