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Luz De Sur Face Oil -  with Acai, Chia, Maqui & Prickly Pear Cactus
Luz De Sur Face Oil -  with Acai, Chia, Maqui & Prickly Pear Cactus
Luz De Sur Face Oil -  with Acai, Chia, Maqui & Prickly Pear Cactus
Luz De Sur Face Oil -  with Acai, Chia, Maqui & Prickly Pear Cactus
Luz De Sur Face Oil -  with Acai, Chia, Maqui & Prickly Pear Cactus
Luz De Sur Face Oil -  with Acai, Chia, Maqui & Prickly Pear Cactus
Luz De Sur Face Oil -  with Acai, Chia, Maqui & Prickly Pear Cactus
Luz De Sur Face Oil -  with Acai, Chia, Maqui & Prickly Pear Cactus

Luz De Sur Face Oil - with Acai, Chia, Maqui & Prickly Pear Cactus


Hydrating, vitamin-packed oil for flawless skin.  Winner of on Organic Spa Magazine's Top Face Oil 2022 Award. 

Grown in Latin America and bottled in the USA, Vamigas’ award-winning Luz De Sur is a rich blend of eight fragrance-free, 100% naturally derived Latin American Botanicals in one, including vitamin-packed antioxidants Maqui, Acai and Maracuja, regenerative Certified Organic Rosehip Rosa Mosqueta, Omega-3 packed Chia, soothing Cactus, inflammation-reducing Papaya and moisturizing Jojoba.

A lightweight, high performance oil absorbed quickly by the skin without greasiness; Ingredients are known for improving appearance and tone, reducing fine lines, and fighting hyperpigmentation. Use day or night on face and or body. 

Directions: Massage as needed into face and neck, morning and/or evening.

Simmondsia Chinensis (Jojoba) Seed Oil, Salvia Hispanica (Chia) Seed Oil, Certified Rosehip Rosa Mosqueta Seed Oil, Passiflora Edulis (Maracuja) Seed Oil, Opuntia Ficus-Indica (Cactus), Euterpe Oleracea (Acai) Fruit Oil, Carica Papaya (Papaya) Fruit Extract, Aristotelia Chilensis (Maqui) Seed Oil, Tocopherol, Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower) Seed Oil

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Wild, hand-picked, rare botanicals harvested in Latin America, bottled in the USA.

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"This bottle of pure Rosa Mosqueta, a powerfully regenerative cousin to rose hip oil sourced from Chile, looks like a fiery sunrise-appropriate for the radiance it gives my skin" Executive Editor, Elle Magazine

Acai Berry
Euterpe Oleracea

Vitamin rich Açaí has been used by Indigenous people of Brazil’s Oiapoque region for many centuries. Acai berries inhabit acai palm trees that grow to more than 80 ft tall. The Acai Berry is loaded with antioxidants (those substances that fight free radicals responsible for againg) and abundant in vitamins A, B, C, and E. This power berry also supports collagen with omegas 3, 6, and 9 while visibly reviving dull, dry skin.

Chia Seed
Salvia Hispanica

Chia oil comes from chia seeds, which are sourced from the Salvia Hispanica desert plant originally from Central America where the seed was a staple in the ancient Aztec diet. Chia seed oil is rich in the omega-3 fatty acid ALA and omega-6 fatty acid linoleic acid. This omega packed oil been shown to help restore the skin's moisture barrier, fight inflammation and provide long-lasting hydration.

Maqui Berry
Aristotelia Chilensis

The Maqui berry (Aristotelia chilensis) is a native berry that grows in the South of Chile, and has been consumed since ancient times by indigenous peoples. It's mainly harvested by the native Mapuche Indians of Chile, who have used the leaves, stems and berries medicinally for thousands of years.
Kown as the most powerful superfruit, the Maqui Berry contains the highest level of antioxidants among all fruits that neutralize free radicals and reduce cell damage. Good for all skin types.

Maracuja Oil
Passiflora Edulis

The Passiflora edulis fruit is native to Paraguay, Brazil, and Argentina. The gorgeous purple bloom is the source of the maracuja seed oil.
Rich in Vitamin A, B complex, C and E, also gamma linoleic acid which comes from essential fatty acid (omega 3, 6, and 9). These nutrients help regenerate and nourish the skin.

Carica Papaya

Papaya is not a true tree, but rather a semi-woody herbaceous plant that grows with a thick central stem. It is native to tropical Latin American climates, from Southern Mexico through the Andes of South America. It was spread to the south by Indians, and throughout the Caribbean with Spanish exploration
The enzyme papain in papaya acts as a strong skin exfoliator that removes the dead cells, which improves skin tone and texture. Vitamin A and C are helpful in building collagen and free radical-fighting flavonoids protect against cellular aging.

Cactus, Nopal, Prickly Pear
Opuntia Ficus Indica

Opuntia ficus-indica, the Cactus/ Nopal/ prickly pear, is a species of cactus with origins in Mexico. Since the arrival of man in Mexico, about 20,000 years ago, opuntias have been used as a food source and medicine.
Prickly pear oil contains compounds known to have hydrating, antibacterial, and antioxidant properties

Rosa Mosqueta
Rosa Affinis Rubiginosa

For centuries, Rosa Mosqueta has grown wild in the Andean plains of southern Chile. It was used as a traditional remedy for burns and cracked skin among the Indigenous people of the Araucana region. Rosa Mosqueta is known for its ability to reduce hyperpigmentation and other visible signs of aging. Packed with Vitamin A, a trans-retinoic acid which promotes healthy skin cell rejuvenation, fade dark spots, reduce the appearance of wrinkles, fine lines and stretch marks.

Jojoba Seed Oil
Simmondsia Chinesis

Ancient Mayans are known to have used Jojoba for everything from lightening skin to healing wounds. Jojoba is a perennial woody shrub that grows wild in Mexico. This drought-tolerant shrub can grow in regions with as little as 3 inches of irrigation per year.
Jojoba Oil is actually a wax ester with similar properties to our skin's own sebum. Rich in beauty-boosting vitamins A, E, and D, plus antioxidants and fatty acids Also naturally antibacterial, antifungal, it can be used on any skin type.