Sea Algae: Nourishes and detoxifies the skin and is rich in antioxidants with a blend of marine minerals, amino acids and sea proteins that protect, hydrate and renew.
Black Raspberry: Packed with essential fatty acids and antioxidants, this powerhouse oil provides some of the best natural sun protection available with remarkable protective and healing benefits not delivered by other oils.
Camellia (Green Tea) Oil: Quick to absorb leaving no greasy feel behind, this very stable carrier oil is rich in antioxidants, Vitamin E and Squalene.
Castor Oil: Castor oil does the deep pore cleansing, penetrating deep into your pores and pulling impurities from the skin. It has powerful detox properties and helps to increase cell turnover.
Ceramides: Ceramides are naturally occurring lipids in the skin that help form the skin’s moisture barrier. When you layer on synthetic ceramides (which are designed to mimic those natural ones) in the form of serums or creams, you help strengthen and support your moisture barrier. Ceramides hold water in the skin, which leads to a more hydrated complexion
Ceramides are made up of long-chain fatty acids that link with other important molecules to promote cellular function. Ceramides help create a barrier to prevent permeability. This locks moisture into your skin, which helps prevent dryness and irritation. It may also help protect your epidermis from environmental damage.
CoQ10: Free radical protection
Glycolic Acid: Glycolic acid, which is derived from sugar cane, is the alpha hydroxy acid (AHA) with the smallest molecules. Like all AHAs, it’s a chemical (rather than a physical) exfoliant. Where physical exfoliants remove the build-up of dead skin through scrubbing, chemical exfoliants like AHAs do so by dissolving, making them gentler on the skin. And since glycolic acid is the tiniest AHA, it's able to penetrate the skin to deliver the best possible results. Using glycolic acid will leave your skin feeling soft and looking radiant and more youthful. Plus, it loosens clogged pores, so it helps with any blackheads and deeper cystic acne.” It can also diminish the appearance of acne scars and reduce hyperpigmentation and photo-aging.
Gotu Cola: Collagen support
Hyaluronic Acid: This very powerful humectant is one of the most moisturizing agents available! Hyaluronan is a natural component in the skin and serves to keep skin tissues soft and supple. We are born with high levels of Hyaluronic Acid in our dermal tissue but aging and environmental stress can deplete skins natural HA. Topical use of Sodium Hyaluronate promotes moisture retention, viscoelasticity and lubricity.
Kalahari Seed Oil: A natural cleanser, Kalahari melon seed oil contains linolenic acid which can help to unclog pores and remove excess sebum on the surface of the skin. Kalahari is loaded with antioxidants and vitamins A, C and E to help hydrate and tighten skin, making it appear firmer and reducing the appearance of wrinkles, while also reducing skin inflammation, such as acne.
Oat Beta Glucan: Enhances moisture retention and healing
Red Raspberry: Packed with essential fatty acids and antioxidants, this powerhouse oil provides some of the best natural sun protection available with remarkable protective and healing benefits not delivered by other oils.
Rose Hip: An exceptionally active oil, studies have shown it to be one of the most regenerative oils, improving skin texture, reducing scars and skin discoloration.
Royal Jelly: Boosts cellular renewal
Squalane: Derived from olives, a fast absorbing, non-comedogenic moisturizer and antioxidant, squalene is naturally antibacterial, helps protect skin from the free radicals that can cause age spots and premature aging, deeply hydrates skin and regulates excess oil production.
Stearic Acid: As a surfactant, stearic acid is a powerful cleanser. It allows water, oil and grease to bind together, thus helping to loosen and wash away dirt, oil, grease and make-up from your skin.
Tetrahexyldecyl Ascorbate: A stable, oil-soluble form of Vitamin C, with the ability to increase collagen levels, reduce melanin production, brighten skin and repair the effects of UV exposure and other environmental damage, such as age spots and wrinkles. It penetrates directly into the epidermis and dermis, acting both as an antioxidant and a direct stimulant to collagen.