Botanical name:
Vaccinium Macrocarpon 

This shrub is exceedingly small and short that it looks like someone just dropped a bucket of berries and spread it over the ground. Cranberries are quite common in the wet/swampy and northern regions of Europe, and we used to pick them every fall in my childhood. Sore berries are full of vitamin C and antioxidants. To my surprise, fresh oil has a delicate sore berry aroma that you almost taste the berry. Cranberry oil was thoughtfully chosen to care for dry, sensitive, mature skin. It has been shown to heal the damaged skin and restore the lipid skin barrier's impaired function.

This fresh cranberry oil is enjoyable on the skin as much as a freshly made sour-sweet cranberry juice!
Try it in our Daily Nourishing Oil serum.