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Meet Wendy Gardner, the inspirational founder of Glow Skincare.


“YOUR SKIN IS SMART, IT KNOWS HOW TO TAKE CARE OF ITSELF SO CHOOSE PRODUCTS THAT WORK WITH IT, HELP IT, RATHER THAN DISRUPT IT. IF YOUR SKIN COULD CHOOSE ONLY ONE PRODUCT, IT WOULD BE MY EMPRESS ELIXIR”.


A bold claim perhaps but when made by Wendy Gardner, Alchemist, Aromatherapist, Reiki Master and founder of Glow Skincare, you know it is anything but fanciful.


where much of her magic happens


Why? Because Empress Elixir is the result of many years of research and experimentation to perfect her unique formula and represents the pinnacle of fresh, artisan-made, small batch skincare products for the fortunate few. “Cold-pressed seed oils are rich in vitamins, minerals and essential fatty acids. Empress Elixir is cold infused as provitamin A , E and D are heat sensitive. (I reserve the copper still for processes that can handle the heat.) When you apply the serum direct to your skin, you bypass your digestive tract. In essence, you ‘feed’ your skin, where it’s most needed. Empress Elixir is my secret weapon against scars and fine lines. It does that while drenching your skin with moisture and restoring youthful vitality. I only use ingredients I have tested on my own skin. All my recipes work to balance and respect the natural acid mantle of your skin.”


Wendy explained Empress Elixir is only made in small batches as required both to ensure its freshness for you, her very special clients, and because of the rarity of some ingredients. They make for fascinating reading...


Tamanu Oil used by South Sea Islanders to repair and regenerate skin and heal wounds; Shizandra Berry, one of Asia’s 4000 year old beauty secrets. Revered as an adaptogen for longevity, skin rejuvenation and youth preservation; Gota Kolu, an Ayurvedic rejuvenation herb. Used for healthy collagen and scar reduction. Sri Lankan elephants love to munch on Gota Kolu leaves so it’s termed the herb of longevity. Rosehips, a wonderful source of provitamin A, the safe alternative to Retinol. and another alternative to Retinol, the extragent Cacay Oil from the Amazon.


So much goodness all in one product! A far cry from mass produced products with lengthy lists of ingredients but micro amounts of actual actives. A shelf of jars full of preservatives and little else...


“I review new ingredients, and refine my processes, yet remain true to my principles. Keeping my


products clean, simple, fresh...no fillers, no fluff, no alcohol, ever.” Only available in limited quantities for those women who appreciate true luxury. Whether you choose from the existing range, or commission something bespoke.


www.glow-skincare.com


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