Get Up and Glow

Enhance your natural radiance with our brightening serum.

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A brightening serum full of Vitamin C and CBD, designed to help boost the natural radiance of your skin and even out your skin tone, as your estrogen and testosterone levels rise. Your skin experiences more natural moisture and collagen production, which will make your skin stronger and more elastic.


CBD: CBD works with Vitamin C to support the reduction of irritation and redness. Your skin has never been softer or brighter.


Vitamin C: A powerful antioxidant that helps with hyper pigmentation and brightens.


Directions for use: Apply 2 pumps onto clean skin in the AM and PM. Follow up with moisturiser.

Work With Your Cycle:
Why CBD?



FEWE has developed products to work with the phases of your cycle. We've pinpointed areas of focus and carefully crafted products that support you all month long.



Intuitive, holistic ingredients are key to FEWE, and CBD plays a vital part in our cycle solutions. We combine cutting edge research with the latest innovation to bring you targeted and efficacious products.



Doing good, without causing harm is important to us. All of our products are certified Vegan & Cruelty Free.

"When we are ovulating, our oestrogen drops but our skin should still remain healthy and glowing. Get up and Glow boosts your natural glow and enhances the luminosity of the skin as it utilises skincare powerhouses Vitamin C and CBD." Dr Ewoma Ukeleghe

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