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earth archive / frequencia - ritual rainforest serum

Regular price $ 64.00 USD
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Frequencia is rooted in the essence of the Amazon rainforest; moist earth, tropic humidity, lush forest, the synesthesia of nature. The plants grant access to the metaphysical background of the world. 16 active botanicals work in synergy to restore & strengthen the skin barrier, enhance cell regeneration, protect from environmental pollutants, and promote natural collagen production. 

Earth Archive's signature blend of luxurious, nutrient dense oils are all cold-pressed, organic and sustainably wild-harvested.


Apply twice daily in AM and PM to face, neck and décolleté. Warm a few drops of serum in hands and gently press into freshly cleansed skin, to allow the serum to deeply penetrate. Can be mixed with moisturizer, foundation or masks for added hydration and luminosity. Use under your daily SPF. Apply a more generous amount for face massage, massaging in upwards motions to sculpt and tone the skin.


Simmondsia Chinensis (JOJOBA), Caryodendron Orinocense (CACAY), Prunus Domestica (PLUM), Rubus Idaeus (RED RASPBERRY), Pentaclethra Macroloba (PRACAXI), Adansonia Digitata (BAOBAB), Rosa Canina (ROSEHIP), Caryodendron Orinocense (PEQUI), Maurita Flexuosa (BURITI), Persea Gratissima (AVOCADO), Euterpe Oleracea (ACAI), Hippophae Rhamnoides (SEABUCKTHORN), Daucus carota sativa (WILD CARROT SEED), Santalum paniculatum (HAWAIIAN SANDALWOOD), Jasminum Sambac (PIKAKE)

All ingredients are either organic or sustainably wild-harvested. Due to the handmade nature of our products in small batches, slight variances in color are normal.

Earth Archive is committed to working with small farmers and harvesters that are fairly compensated for their work. They maintain awareness of and respect for the land that these medicines have come to us by way of.

Earth Archive's ingredients sourced from the Amazon Rainforest actively combat mono-crop deforestation & the palm oil industry through support of indigenous farmers that work only with non-timber forest products (NTFPs).