Haoma | Preservation CBD Day Cream - 100mg CBD
PROMOTES CELL GROWTH • FIGHTS AGAINST FREE RADICALS
1.6 oz / $110
GATHER THE LIGHT
Use HAOMA Preservation Day Cream daily to nourish and protect. This powerful but airy forcefield is packed with antioxidants that can help shield you from environmental stressors – including the harmful blue light from your digital devices.
AMALAKI + CALENDULA + TURMERIC + MALACHITE
CARDAMOM + NEEM + CANNABIDIOL + SPIRITUS VITAE™
How to Use:
Gently apply a thin layer to cleansed face. For best results, use daily. For all skin types.
An ultra-rich source of stabilized Vitamin C, Amalaki evens skin tone and promotes cell growth, while Malachite protects against the effects of blue digital light and air pollution. Aided by the power of Cardamom, Turmeric benefits the skin by adding glow and luster while antioxidant rich Ginger protects against free radicals. Packed with Vitamins A, E and D, Cannabidiol nourishes and plumps skin for a youthful complexion. Neem Extract is deeply moisturizing and stimulates collagen production.
WE ARE ALL CITIZENS OF EARTH
Haoma makes skincare that is plant-based, vegan-friendly, and cruelty-free. As a company that cherishes the earth and all its inhabitants, we are dedicated to considering the environmental impact of our actions.
THE FORBIDDEN LIST
This extensive list of ingredients that we never use is a living document continually updated to keep up with the latest research. HAOMA products are always free of SLS/SLES, parabens, phthalates, petroleum, artificial colors and fragrances, contaminants, GMO, toxins, and cyclic silicones.
LET'S PLANT TREES!
Thanks to our partnership with Trees.org, you can become a part of the reforestation movement with every purchase. Every time you buy a product, you plant a tree in a forest garden owned and operated by a farming family.
It is free and easy to recycle your HAOMA packaging. Through our partnership with Terracycle, a postage-paid envelope can be sent to your home. Fill it up with your empty products and pop it into the mail to be broken down into materials that can be used to make new products.