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Hydrating Serum with Hyaluronic Acid - COMING SOON

Boost the hydration in your skin and hair and improve your complexion with this deeply hydrating serum. Synergy is a hydrating serum with Hyaluronic Acid and Aloe Vera. The Palmarosa and Lemon essential oils help clarify your skin and scalp and have a light, refreshing scent.


  • Deeply hydrating & moisturizing

  • Balances & regulates sebum production

  • Softens skin and hair

  • Evens skin tone & smoothes texture

  • Prevents loss of moisture

  • Reduces appearance of dark spots and wrinkles

  • Boosts skin elasticity

  • Reduces and prevents blemishes

  • Improves hair manageability

  • Reduces frizz, breakage & split ends


  • Energizing & stimulating

  • Eases feelings of sadness

  • Helps with motivation


Silver icon denoting vegan product - created for Deer Heart Solutions by DHSolutions Wix Partner
Silver icon denoting product is cruelty-free - no animal testing - created for Deer Heart Solutions by DHSolutions Wix Partner
Silver icon denoting product is GMO free - created for Deer Heart Solutions by DHSolutions Wix Partner
Silver icon denoting prdouct is made without parabens - created for Deer Heart Solutions by DHSolutions Wix Partner
Silver icon denoting the product is made without phthalates - created for Deer Heart Solutions by DHSolutions Wix Partner

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First exfoliate, cleanse, and tone face and neck. Apply 1 pump hydrating serum onto face and neck.

For best results, follow with one of our anhydrous/oil-based botanical serums to lock in the moisture.



After washing, towel dry hair. While hair is still damp, rub 1-2 pumps of serum on your hair ends. It will absorb without leaving any tacky feeling and you will be able to style as normal. 



After bathing, towel dry. Massage 1 pump of serum on the driest areas (elbows, knees, heels, hands) or apply all over.

For best results, follow with one of our aromatherapy body oils to lock in the mositure. 



We recommend you do this in the evening, before bed. After bathing or soaking your feet in warm soapy water, exfoliate your feet with a pumice stone or even a rough wash cloth.  Rinse clean and pat dry with a towel. Massage 1-2 pumps of hydrating serum onto your heels and the soles and tops of your feet. Add more serum on the driest patches as needed. After it absorbs, apply a lotion. When the lotion absorbs, apply a generous amount of one of our body oils. Don socks  and kick your feet up to relax. 



The Orca

Orcas live in groups called pods which are led by a female. They have been known to travel thousands of miles to find their partner, who they mate with for life. Orcas live in every ocean and each pod is unique in their social structure, physical characteristics, acoustics/language, and diets and hunting strategies. 

Both humans and whales are among a small group of animals that share a specific type of brain cell called spindle neurons or spindle cells. Spindle cells are involved in our social interactions and our ability to see and interpret emotional expressions in others and to form an emotional response. These cells are a part of the development of intelligent behavior and adaptive response to changing conditions. These cells help us - and whales - form relationships, develop cultures, develop compassion, and adapt and change emotionally. This can be seen in the social interactions seen among orca, such as greeting ceremonies between pods and funerals when a pod-member dies.

Indigenous people living in the Pacific northwest have deep cultural ties to orcas. They call the orca the “Lord of the Ocean” and the guardian of the sea. There has long been a strong relationship with and reverence for orcas. The Lhaq'temish people (Lummi Nation) consider orcas to be family beneath the waves. (They have fought for years to bring home an orca held in captivity in Florida.)  The Tlingit and Haida Nations in Alaska believe orcas and humans are related and call orcas  “Spirit Beings” who rule the underworld (i.e. the ocean and everything in it.) One legend says that when a human drowns, an orca takes them to the bottom of the sea and transforms them into a killer whale - and so, orcas are the reincarnation of people we love. Another legend says the ancestors would don orca skins so they could enter the realm of the spirit world to interact with the Killer Whale People. 

These stories of reincarnation are also seen among aboriginal people in Australia, who also have strong cultural ties to orcas. The Thaua people in what is now South Wales in southern Australia had a synergistic relationship with orca for hundreds of years. The people and whales would actively collaborate on hunts.

The Maori, who migrated from Tahiti to New Zealand on canoes, view whales as harbingers of change and spiritual growth. Maki is a Maori word for orca. There is a Maori legend of Paikea, who voyaged from the ancestral lands on the back of an orca. Another legend says orcas are descendents of the god of the ocean and humans are descended from them.

In cultures around the world, the orca symbolizes longevity, harmony, protection, compassion, emotional bonds, and synergy and community cooperation.

Line drawing of a lemon tree branch

While the ingredients listed above have a long history of therapeutic use and multiple applications and there is ever-increasing scientific research into their chemical structures and the benefits they provide, the statements made on this website have not been evaluated or approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any condition or disease but to help you look, feel, and smell better.

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