Available in spring, this potion balances the liver through the eyes, working to lighten, detoxify, and clarify one’s vision for the rest of the year.
Dark circles under the eyes can stem from a dehydrated system that is running off of adrenal fatigue, stress, and too little sleep. Obviously through stress-relieving techniques and proper nutrition this can be rectified but this paste can also slowly rebalance any dehydrated skin or fine lines around the eyes, and the face in general. It is loaded with liver loving, skin quenching botanicals that slow down the aging of the skin.
1 oz jar
Ingredients: Baobab oil, avocado oil, shea butter, rosehip oil, vitamin e, pearl powder, matcha powder, kaolin clay, EO’s of cypress, lemon, sandalwood, frankincense, thyme linalool, roman chamomile, german chamomile, blue tansy, helichrysum, and calendula
How to use: Best used in the spring of the day at sunrise, or before bed for a deep replenishment. Simply massage around the eyes, avoiding the eyeballs and the eye lids and either let it sit and go about your day or dab off if you are going to be sweating. You don’t want to get it in your eyes! It is also good to rub over the whole face as it is a potent antioxidant and brightener if you have any spots or blemishes. Let this be a ritual that clarifies your vision for the day. What do you want to see so you shift your perspective if it is not getting you what you want? You cal also use it directly on the skin around the liver also helps support detoxification (the liver is located below the right side of the diaphragm).
Use within six months for best results. Keep in a cool dark place. If it liquifies because of the heat simply place in the fridge to solidify. Know that separation is a natural part of organic products. Always patch test before using. As with any product, if you are pregnant, nursing, on medication, or have a medical issue seek guidance from a medical professional.
Time of day: Dawn
Organs: Liver & Gallbladder
Spring practices begin the active external participation premised upon the internal alchemical practices of autumn and winter. Understanding divinity through each plant, tree, and species, allows the same benevolent forces to flow through oneself. This season harnesses the planting cycle that is governed by the moon. Its energy is a quickening of going out, as the light in the sky rapidly increases during the spring equinox. This energy is used to begin new projects, to plant seeds, and to quickly get things going. The inner urge of outer movement in spring pumps the lymphatic system to ensure the stagnancy of winter moves out and does not turn into illness. The liver governs the tendons and joints, the eyes, and the vision towards the future.