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Review: Wildcrafted Organics

Hi Guys! I have been using Wildcrafted Organics Wildflowers Rejuvenating Serum* and Wild Rose Botanical Mist* for just over 6 weeks now, so today I’m going to share my thoughts on these products with you.


Wildcrafted Organics as the name suggests utilise organic and wild harvested botanicals in their carefully curated products, you can read more about the company and process here.

After cleansing my skin, I spritz some Wild Rose Botanical mist on to my skin, I am a lover of mists, I find that they help serums and oils absorb easily in to the skin.

The mist pictured in my photos is a 30ml travel sized one, the full size is 100mls.

Not only does this mist contain rose hydrosol, is also includes niacinamide and hyaluronic acid, two other ingredients my skin just loves.

Full Ingredients List:

p.miller  (bulgarian rose hydrosol)  terminalia ferdinandiana  (kakadu plum extract) plumeria alba (frangipani extract), centella asciatica (gotu kola extract), sodium hyaluronate (hyaluronic acid), niacinamide (vitamin B3), rosa centifolia (moroccan wild rose absolute), leuconostoc/radish root ferment filtrate (leucidal)

The mist has a light rose scent to it, which is quite delicate and not overpowering, you can also use a spritz over your makeup to help refresh it. I think this is a pretty decent mist, which retails for $40 (AUD) for 100mls, which I think is a great price point.

After Cleansing and Misting, comes serum time, the wildflowers rejuvenating serum, Is an oil based serum, I personally find this oil to be fairly lightweight, I use this both in the morning and in the evening. I find about 4-5 drops enough for my face.

The Wildflowers Rejuvenating Serum, absorbs quite quickly, I notice an almost woody scent to the serum, which dissipates once applied to the skin.

With consistent regular use of the wildflowers rejuvenating serum, I have noticed that my skin looks fresher and feels quite soft and plump.

The full ingredients list of the wildflowers rejuvenating serum include:

Camellia oleifera (camellia) oil*, Argania spinosa (argan) oil*, Rosa Eglanteria (rosehip) oil*, Olive Squalane, Rubus idaeus (red rasberry) oil*, Echinacea purpurea oil*, Glycyrrhiza glabra (licorice) oil*, Centella asiatica (gotu kola) oil*, Oryza sativa (rice bran) oil*, Tocopherol (vitamin E), Hippophae rhamnoides (seabuckthorn) oil CO2 extract, Lycium barbarum (goji berry) CO2 extract, Ubiquinone (co enzyme Q10), Retinol palmitate (vitamin A), L-Ascorbyl Palmitate (vitamin C ester), Citrus aurantium (neroli) essential oil*, Jasminum sambac (jasmine) absolute**, Theobroma cacao (cocoa) CO2 absolute**, Helichrysum italicum essential oil***, Jasminum grandiflorum (jasmine) absolute** 

*organic, **wild harvested, *** CPTG therapeutic grade

Have you tried Wildcrafted Organics before?

What qualities do you look for in skincare?

*Products provided for consideration, these are my own and honest opinions.

5 thoughts on “Review: Wildcrafted Organics”

  1. I love popping over here and reading about products that I otherwise would not get to hear about. This brand is new to me.
    I love serums and oils and such. These products sound yummy.


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