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Janesce Re-energising Skin Velvet Lotion


An anti-ageing face moisturiser with antioxidants, plant extracts and healing oils to promote a smooth, velvety skin texture. This finely textured lotion contains a trio of healing oils (avocado, carrot-seed and vitamin E), which penetrate deeply to nourish the skin and protect it from the ageing effects of dehydration. It is part of the Janesce Re-Energising Range for women 45 and over, which contains double the levels of plant extracts found within the rest of the general Janesce range.

Janesce Re-energising Skin Velvet Lotion

    • Soak skin, apply floral mist and concentrate/serum.

    • Apply one pump of face moisturiser onto fingertips.

    • Immediately massage into damp skin.

    • Follow with Janesce Suncare Lotion (mornings only).

    Aqua, decyl oleate, capryllic capric triglyceride, glyceryl stearate, vegetable glycerin, cetearyl alcohol, butyrospernum parkii (shea butter), glyceryl oleate, soy lecithin, ceteareth 12, ceteareth 20, avocado esters (avocado oil), daucus carota (carrot seed oil), alpha tocopherol (vitamin E); extracts of lavandula angustifolia  (lavender), rosa centifolia (rose), salvia officinalis (sage); panax ginseng, silk amino acids, liquid oxygen; essential oils of pelargonium rosaeodora (rose geranium), lavandula angustifolia (lavender); phenoxyethanol, ethylhexylglycerin, soy whey.

    Silk proteins in Janesce Skincare products are ethically sourced.

    Decyl oleate is a skin-conditioning ingredient. Capryllic capric triglyceride is an excellent skin-replenishing ingredient which helps the skin resist moisture loss. It is made from coconut oil. Cetearyl alcohol is a white, waxy substance made from coconut oil. It is an emollient, which means it protects, softens and conditions skin. It doesn’t have the same effect on the skin as ‘regular’ alcohols. Ceteareth 20 and ceteareth 12 keep the other ingredients stable. Glyceryl stearate and glyceryl oleate are both skin conditioners made from plants.

    Ethylhexylglycerine and phenoxyethanol are preservatives that are used in very low concentrations in some Janesce skincare products. They were chosen because they score very favourably on the EWG (Environmental Working Group) Cosmetic Ingredient Safety Database.

    No nasties. No worries. Cruelty free.


    Apply Janesce Moisturisers to Damp Skin.

    Janesce moisturisers are too concentrated to be applied to dry skin. They contain very little water because they are designed to go on damp skin, after the skin has been soaked. To get the most out of your Janesce moisturiser, make sure you embrace the Janesce Skin Soaking Ritual as a twice-daily daily habit.

    A Little Goes a Long Way

    Because Janesce moisturisers are so concentrated they are very economical. You only need to use a small amount of moisturiser, about the size of one or two sunflower seeds. 

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