Radiant Defense Moisturizing Gel



Skin Feel: A glow-getting moisturizer that protects and replenishes the skin

Notes: Eucalyptus, Lavender, Cedarwood

Size: 50ml/1.7oz 

Formulated to attract, retain, and seal in moisture and hydration, our best-selling gel helps you combat dryness all day and night.  

We focused on nutrient-rich marine ingredients and potent botanicals to deliver noticeably brighter skin. This buoyant gel works well for both oily and dry skin and is formulated to provide a defensive barrier on the skin, leaving you supple, radiant, and protected.



  • Speed up repair with sustainably harvested snail mucin
  • All-day hydration with Aloe Vera and Hyaluronic Acid
  • Reduce inflammation and retain moisture with Reishi mushroom
  • Get your daily skin dose of antioxidants with Passion Flower
  • Reduce the appearance of Fine Lines and wrinkles with Red Algae
  • 100% Organic and Cruelty-Free
  • Distilled Water, Rosehip Seed Oil, Algae Oil, Red Algae Extract, GelMaker Nat, Mango Butter, Snail Secretion Filtrate, Avocado Oil, Vitamin E Oil, Fragrance (Essential Oil Blend), Geogard Ultra Powder (Ecocert Preservative), Reishi Mushroom Powder, Passion Flower Extract, Chlorella Powder, Xantham Gum, Hyaluronic Acid SLMW, Aloe Vera Powder

     Apply a nickel-sized dab on a slightly damp face and neck to seal in moisture.Use twice daily.  Instant glow.

    Snail Secretion Extract, or Snail Mucin, is a natural solution snails produce to repair and protect their delicate skin. This solution is packed with nutrients like hyaluronic acid, glycoprotein, proteoglycans, and copper peptides. These ingredients promote collagen production, repair damaged cells, and boost the hydration of the skin, making it supple and dewy, with a natural glow.

    Our Snail Mucin is sustainably harvested from organically-farmed snails in a process they call the "Snail Spa". In this luxurious process, snails are taken to a misting chamber, where a cool mist is used to stimulate their mucin production without harming or damaging the snail. Watch the video here to learn more about harvesting.  

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