This formulation reflects the poetic journey of an island-dweller finding love in the deep forests of a Northern land, longing for the nourishing sea-vegetables of the Pacific while discovering the untold healing properties of ancient fungi plucked from fallen hemlock.

Every ingredient serves a purpose in this formula, and that purpose is directed at filling your cup with soothing, moisture-rich botanicals from the land and sea, for long-lasting hydration. We use sustainably-cultivated reishi derived from mycelium that is regularly tested for purity and heavy metal tracing. The red algae is sustainably wild-harvested from the pristine coasts of Orcas Island and dried in the sun for extra vitamin D infusion. We even added pure Douglas fir hydrosol not only because it smells wonderful but as a respectful nod to the symbiotic nature of Reishi’s growth on hemlock trees, reflecting the cyclical mycelial patterns of death and rebirth.

Use two pumps of serum onto clean, damp skin. Since hyaluronic acid attracts and holds moisture, prep your skin with the moisture it is to retain (pair with our Elderflower hydrating toner!). The serum will feel slightly tacky for a moment but will quickly dissolve. Follow with ROMI facial oil or moisturizer afterwards. This will lock in the hydration and slow down the transdermal evaporation of water from your skin. We recommend our Queen of the Winter oil or the Naked Moisturizer.


Weight 0.136 kg

Aqua, Aloe barbadensis leaf juice*, Rose geranium distillate*, Botanical extracts (made in-house): Gigartina spp (Red algae)^, Ganoderma lucidum (Reishi)*^; Vegetable-derived glycerine*, Lactobacillus ferment, Douglas fir distillate*, Sodium hyaluronate (vegan, 2% concentration), methylcellulose.
*Certified Organic
^ Fairtrade
+ Sustainably wildcrafted or grown in the Great Lakes bioregions without pesticides


1.7 o.z

Skin Type

All Skin Types


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