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Wildwood Meala Exfoliating Facial Polish and Mask


Regular Price: $32.50

Special Price: $19.50

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Pronounced Mah-La. Irish Gaelic for 'honeyed', this beautiful healing polish provides a deeply effective exfoliation, revealing a glowing and dewy complexion. Crafted with wild harvested plantain, rose hips, hibiscus petals, yarrow flower, sugar extract, colloidal oatmeal and locally harvested bee pollen.

This wonderfully gooey, sweetly scented polishing mud is ideal for sloughing away dull skin, to reveal a silky smooth, bright complexion.


Raw Honey // A natural, vitamin dense humectant that draws moisture into the skin, rich in antimicrobial, antibacterial, and antioxidant properties. The raw wildflower honey is hand-harvested from a small, off-grid, organic permaculture farm in Owen Sound, ON.

Hibiscus Flowers // A powerhouse of skin healing properties, including anti-inflammatory, firming and toning, and rich in alpha-hydroxy acid which encourages cellular renewal, minimizes breakouts, and improves elasticity.

Rose Hips // A naturally rich source of superpower skin food! Vitamin C, beta-carotene, lycopene, and carotenoids.

Colloidal Oats // Gently cleanse and soften the skin, soothing irritation and inflammation. Wonderful for sensitive skin.

Wild Bee Pollen // Ethically gathered, wild bee pollen contains high amounts of natural antioxidants and vitamins that prevent free radical damage to the skin.

Plantain // The nutrient-rich leaves of the Plantain plant have naturally astringent properties, and can help to soothe the skin, and speed healing of wounds or irritation.

TO USE: Apply a nickel size amount to freshly cleansed, damp skin, and massage in circular motions until the polish melts into the skin and desired exfoliation is achieved. Rinse with warm water, pat dry and apply a nourishing facial toner and serum.

WILDWOOD is a grassroots apothecary and herbcraft studio creating healing care potions, infused with magic in the heart of Wellington County. Their herbs and flowers are grown organically on their small family farmstead, wild gathered, or sourced sustainably and ethically. Each potion is lovingly hand-blended in the sunny studio of our rural stone cottage built in 1880.