White Rabbit Skincare Olive and Avocado Cell Renewal Serum
White Rabbit Skincare Olive and Avocado Cell Renewal Serum is like Liquid Gold, our Serum is the ultimate in luxury for your skin, and has been formulated to deeply penetrate and get to work in the lower skin layers.
Packaging: glass bottle and glass/plastic pipette lid.
How to use White Rabbit Skincare Olive and Avocado Cell Renewal Serum
Use before or instead of moisturiser, day and/or night.
White Rabbit Skincare Olive and Avocado Cell Renewal Serum Ingredients
Olive Squalane, Evening Primrose Oil, Avocado Oil, Neroli Essential Oil
About White Rabbit Skincare
White Rabbit Skincare is a luxury vegan skincare company, based in Kilmarnock, Scotland. Their Founder, Melanie, is deeply passionate about natural products, the environment and animal welfare.
Motivated by these values Melanie set up White Rabbit to provide consumers with a natural, vegan choice when it came to their skincare, in the hope of promoting a healthier, greener way of life.
All the White Rabbit products are made exclusively by hand in small batches to ensure freshness and quality. Harnessing the therapeutic aspect of essential oils, base oils, butters and waxes, each of our products help to nourish and nurture your skin.
They never include animal-derived ingredients (such as beeswax) or any toxic chemicals such as Parabens, SLS, Silicones, Mineral oils or derivatives of petrochemicals, artificial fragrances, artificial colours, or ingredients containing EDTA, or Phthalates, and none of our products or the ingredients used in them are tested on animals – or ever will be.
Many of the products are preservative free, but in those products containing water, there is a legal requirement to use a preservative for safety. The two types of preservatives used are broad spectrum, highest grade products which are used in low concentrations, and natural preservatives are always considered first– such as Vitamin E – where possible.
White Rabbit have sourced packaging that is fully recyclable (if not already recycled!) to minimise the impact on the environment, Their environmental impact is very important to them, and they are constantly working to improve this by following the principles of ‘Reduce, Reuse, Recycle’!