FATSKN Face - Frankincense
*NEW and IMPROVED* Frankincense FACE. Frankincense has been used in Western, Greek, Ayurveda, and Traditional Chinese medicine for hundreds of years. The oil-soluble portion of Frankincense Sacra resin is mainly composed of pentacyclic and tetracyclic triterpenes including the alpha and beta Boswellic acids. Boswellic acid has a well-documented history of anti-inflammatory and anti-C@ncer activity (PMID 22983985, 27671822). Check out our blog post for more info on the benefits of topical Frankincense Resin.This is not an herbal infusion. This is a multi-phase process in which the water-soluble gum portion of the resin is separated first (we do not use this part), leaving the amazing oil-soluble portion - the oleoresin - behind. The oleoresin is then melted into the oil and only little pieces of bark are left to be strained out. No chemical solvents or alcohol is used in the making of this product. It's simple kitchen medicine!
- Grassfed + grassfinished suet tallow
- Olive squalane oil
Frankincense Sacra resin-extract (oleoresin)
Directions: Store at room temperature (18 - 22°C). A little goes a long way!
Available in standard (25 g) amber glass jars.
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Love this face moisturizer ! I have super dry skin in the winter so this makes my skin so hydrated and gives a nice glow to my skin
Dry weather rescue
Love this! I had really dry skin, having moved to a more Northern climate. I didn't want to use any oils that didn't last nor any super chemicals that I have no idea what they'll do in the long run. The texture is just great, and the scent is soft yet inviting. My face looks and feels better than it has in a while. Thank you!!
I have tried a number of moisturizers, and this is probably the best one yet. Living in the sage-steppe of Utah, the air is pretty damn dry. This lovely product has helped tremendously! I even use it on my mustache, to moisturize it and the skin underneath, and it works very well. Smells great too. I had no idea tallow was so great for the skin. I am glad to know it is coming from happy grass-fed cows instead of from the cattle gulag, as well.