Skincare | Moisturizing | Natural Ingredients | Skin Brightening
Tea Tree Moisturizing Cream
Having well-hydrated skin will make it smoother, and the tea tree moisturizer will help you achieve that. With the essence of tea tree extract and various other natural ingredients, this moisturizer will cleanse, nourish, and effectively maintain the youthful beauty of your skin, leaving it clean and radiant.
Why we CHUS it
Brand & Producer
- Provides skincare, hair care and body care products
- Natural farming method that is sustainable and eco-friendly
- Most of the ingredients are harvested from the brand's forest garden
- Some products such as essential oils, waxes, etc., imported from Europe and America
- Forest gardening and hand-harvesting
Ingredients: Tea tree water, jojoba oil, grape seed oil, rosehip oil, licorice extract, hyaluronic acid, alpha arbutin, avocado oil, plant-based glycerin, citric acid, preservative, tea tree essential oil
In addition to moisturizing benefits provided by the plant-based oil blend, the cream also provides hydration through hyaluronic acid. Additionally, it assists in skin brightening thanks to alpha arbutin, while offering gentle anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties from tea tree essential oil.
- Cleanse your skin and pat it dry with a towel.
- Take an adequate amount of cream and apply it evenly onto your face before going outside.
- Leave it on for 15-20 minutes and reapply every 2 hours of use.
About RỊ MỌ HOUSE
Ri Mo House specializes in manufacturing and supplying natural, safe and benign skin and body care products. The brand uses most herbs grown in the Forest Gardening - a natural, sustainable farming model.
Tuong Anh is a woman who loves nature and is always looking for non-chemical, benign, and eco-friendly products. After long research and understanding of the impacts of climate change, she built her own garden following the sustainable development model. It helps to ensure the origin of the raw ingredients and the quality of the product.
The garden of Ri Mo House is the first place to domesticate tea trees, Sri Lanka lemongrass, and lemon eucalyptus in Vietnam. All herbs do not use any chemicals and fertilizers made mainly from domestic waste, using indigenous microorganisms in the cultivation process.