Wild Rose Botanical Mist (100 ml)

Wildcrafted Organics Wild Rose Botanical Mist (100 ml)

Roses aren't just beautiful - they can also make *us* look beautiful. Just try out this Wilde Rose Botanical Mist and see for yourself. Glowy skin is just a spritz away.
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  • Suitable for all skin types
  • Use to increase collagen production, hydration, plump, regenerate, brighten and tone your skin
  • Use individually 
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Major key alert; This Wilde Rose Botanical Mist by Wildcrafted Organic will increase your collagen production and keep your skin hydrated. Oh yes.

It features an infusion of Certified Organic Bulgarian Rose Hydrosol with Wild Moroccan Rose and a bio-active complex of three Australian Plums - Kakadu plum, Burdekin Plum and Illawarra Plum. These have been shown to scientifically to increase Collagen production and Hydration. Get ready to plump, regenerate, brighten and tone your skin.

Oh, and did we mention that the ingredients are all 100% eco-certified? We're not sure how this product could be any better, to be honest.

What's good
  • Clean This products meets our clean standards to the letter and does not contain any of the ingredients on our dirty list. Check out the list here.
  • Organic This product contains certified organic ingredients, which are labeled with a * in the full ingredient list.
  • Vegan This product does not contain any animal ingredients or animal-derived ingredients.
Hero Ingredients

Rose Otto Hydrosol ‘Super’ (Certified Organic)
Firms and tones the skin, gently balances sebum production and has anti-inflammatory properties.

Hyaluronic Acid
Is a natural component of the skin which keeps skin cells plump, minimizing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles

Kakadu Plum Extract
Contains the worlds highest levels of bio-active Vitamin C - increasing collagen production while being slightly exfoliating.

Illawara Plum & Burdekin Plum
Is full of strong antioxidants anthocyanins and Vitamin C. It can increase production of Hyaluronic acid and Collagen synthesis.

Niacinamide (Vitamin B3)
Improves the skin's elasticity, enhances barrier function, promotes healthy skin tone and texture, prevents moisture loss and stimulates microcirculation.

Wildcrafted Organics Wild Rose Mist Ingredients: Rosa damascena flower water*, Glycerin, Aqua, Leuconostoc / radish root ferment filtrate, Terminalia ferdinandiana fruit extract(kakadu plum)**, Podocarpus elatus fruit extract(illawarra plum)**, Pleiogynium timorense fruit extract(burdekin plum)**, Sodium hyaluronate (hyaluronic acid), Rosa damascena flower oil*, Niacinamide, Lonicera japonica (honeysuckle) flower extract, Lonicera caprifolium (honeysuckle) flower extract, Populus tremuloides bark extract, Gluconolactone * Certified Organic ** Wild Harvested

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How to use

Roses are red, violets are blue, this facial mist is going to do great things for you. Shake gently then mist generously over cleansed skin before and after applying your moisturizer. Enjoy the romantic, calming scent of Bulgarian roses and wild Moroccan roses. Use this mist at any time of the day to hydrate and nourish your skin - particularly during air travel.


Is it witchcraft? Nope. It's Wildcrafted. Wildcrafted Organics features a holistic range of products. All packed with nutrients and high concentrations of precious certified Organic and/or Wildcrafted Botanicals. Wildcrafted Organics do not use cheap fillers or any questionable chemicals. Instead, each ingredient is chosen for its ability to nourish, rebuild and protect your skin.


Wildcrafted Organic mostly uses miron glass that can be reused or recycled, and a miminmum amout of plastic for fe pumps.

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