1) Oak root Extract (Quercus robur)
Slightly Tonic, Strongly Astringent and Wonderfully Antiseptic. Rich in Tannins, Oak Root Extract has a gentle astringent quality that draws out irritation. It is a natural fix for breakouts and blemishes. Tannins are a bitter plant compound that binds to proteins and amino acids. While found in every plant, they are most concentrated in tree bark and roots. If you’ve bitten into an unripe fruit, the off sensation that makes your mouth wince is caused by the tannins in the fruit. When applied to irritated skin, those tannins help force out irritants that cause uneven tone, blemishes and patchiness. Oak Root Extract rich tanning content makes it a skin balancing wonder that smoothes tones and evens. Ideal for blemishes, oak root extracts works to clarify without irritating.
2) Aloe Vera (Barbadensis Leaf Juice)
Recognized for its healing and restorative properties, Aloe Vera is known to calm inflammation and soothe the skin. Packed with anti-oxidants, vitamins, minerals and natural hydrators, Aloe accelerate skin healing, fights swelling and speeds repair. It is also known to be a great skin moisturizer that helps keep skin supple by bringing oxygen to the cells, therefore increasing the synthesis and strength of the skin tissue. Naturally cooling, Aloe Vera refreshes overheated skin.
3) Cucumber (Cucumis sativus) fruit extract
Cucumber is rich in antioxidants, Vitamin C and Caffeic Acid. Antioxidants and vitamins protect the skin from damage while accelerating renewal. Caffeic Acid reduces puffiness and soothes the skin’s textures. Cucumber’s high water content and natural moisturizers replenish the skins natural barrier helping to smooth lines and nourish skin.
4) Green Tea (Camellia Sinensis)
Green tea is naturally rich in antioxidants and tannins that sooth irritation, smooth swelling, fight damage and balance skin. Rich in Polyphenols and Alpha Lipoic Acid, these powerful antioxidants can reduce damage by protecting the body from free radicals. They also boosts cell metabolism and circulation helping with inflammation and swelling. Tannins give a mild astringent benefit that draw outs irritation and inflammation while helping to smooth unevenness and spots.
5) Eucalyptus (Eucalyptus Globulus)
Eucalyptus oil also known as fever tree, blue gum tree or stringy bark tree has an uplifting and stimulating aroma. This multi purpose oil can help one overcome sluggishness and fatigue and restore a sense of well being and emotional balance. A mild analgesic with a cooling nature, Eucalytpus can calm irritation, soothe itching, ease overheated skin. It is ideal for soothing swelling, easing fatigued or achy muscles and calming tension.
6) Ylang Ylang (Canaga Odorata) Flower Oil
The “Flower of Flowers” Ylang Ylang Oil is ideal for all. It has a soothing effect and evening action – literally balancing skins oil levels making it ideal for over-dry as well as overly-oily skin.
7) Lavender (Lavandula officinalis)
From the latin root “to Wash”, Lavender has been used for centuries as a body and mind purifier. It has also doubled as a cleanser given it’s mildly astringent nature. Lavender has been used as a remedy for a range of ailments from insomnia and anxiety to depression and fatigue. While there are 39 plant varieties, Lavandula officinalis is especially prized for its rich aroma and pure quality. Gathered in clusters, the buds are pressed to release a purifying, slightly antiseptic essential oil known for its curative benefits. The mind has a natural chemical reaction to aroma and Lavender has been proven in clinical studies to promote longer, deeper more restful sleep. Studies suggest lavender may slow the activity of the nervous system, improve sleep quality, promote relaxation, and lift mood in people suffering from sleep disorders. Studies also suggest that massage with essential oils, particularly lavender, may result in improved sleep quality, more stable mood, better concentration, and reduced anxiety. Gentle yet potent, Lavender is a natures most reliable remedy for trouble sleeping, tension and stress.
8) Grapefruit (Citrus paradisi)
Refresh & Revitalize skin with the energizing benefits of grapefruit! Rich in Vitamin C, Grapefruit is an uplifting citrus that helps combat muscle fatigue and stiffness. A natural physical tonic, Grapefruit actually stimulates blood circulation giving instant relief to achy, swollen legs. This natural remedy also eases water retention and tightens spongy skin. The astringent properties of vitamin C tighten and tone skin for sleek look and feel.
9) Sugar (Sucrose)
Natural exfoliating crystals rich in Glycolic acids, Sugar helps release dry, dull skin triggering important cell turnover and damage repair. Natural glycolic acids condition and moisturize skin while protecting against toxins! Best of all, sugar granules gently exfoliate & smooth without drying! Salts dry and crushed seeds can damage. Sugar leaves skin soft to the touch and prepped for better moisture absorption. Say goodbye to feeling dry! Regular Exfoliation actually improves skin function by kick starting skin repair and undoing damage. Each time you slough away the dry stuff your skin gets healthier and looks better.
1) Hazelnut Oil (Corylus Avellana)
Hazelnut oil is a light, golden oil that makes a wonderful moisturizer. Refined through a cold pressing method, it has a super high content of the core essential fatty acids, Oleic Acid, Palmitoleic Acid and Linoleic Acid proven to fortify and strengthen skin. A natural source of Vitamin E Flavonoids, Hazelnut also has astringent and antibacterial properties that refine and tighten skin and prompt regeneration for damage repair, improved tone and smoother texture.
2) Sweet Almond Oil (Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis)
Nutrient dense, sweet almond oil nourishes skin for real repair and a smooth silky finish. It’s light texture mimics the natural oils within our skin enabling it to absorb quickly and hydrate deeply. Gentle enough for a baby, it’s soothing moisture for taut sensitive skin. Sweet Almond oil is packed with emoliients, beneficial fatty acids and Vitamins A, E and B that nourish, soften and smooth skin. Oleic Acid and Linoleic Fatty acids soothe sensitive, irritated skin.
3) Grape seed Oil (Vitis vinifera)
Grapeseed is packed with linoleic acid, a fatty acid essential for the health of the skin and cell membranes. The flavonoid oligomeric procyanidin is an incredibly strong antioxidant that helps protect against cellular and tissue damage caused by free radicals. It has mildly astringent qualities which help tighten and tone the appearance of the skin. It absorbs well without feeling greasy and Locks in moisturize for more supple and smooth skin.
4) Jojoba (Simmondsia Chinensis)
This ultra nourishing oil rich in fatty acids is quick to absorb and ideal for even the most sensitive, damaged skin. This unique waxy oil mimics the natural oil in skin allowing for fast, deep absorption and superior skin repair. It’s unique wax composition makes it extremely moisturizing, but balancing. It is deeply nourishing but won’t leave skin feeling greasy making it ideal for all skin types. Jojoba rich nutrient blend of vitamins E and B and minerals like chromium, copper, and zinc, nourish and protect skin from the effects of aging, heal skin damage and even skin tone.
5) Wheat germ (Triticum Vulgare)
Super rich in ceramides, vitamins and essential fatty acid, Wheat germ is a regenerative oil that helps improves skin strength and promotes turnover for damage repair and scar healing. The skin uses ceramides and fatty acids to maintain moisture balance and cell health. Rich in Vitamin E, D and A, Wheat germ has significant moisturizing and smoothing effects and has been shown to help reduce the appearance of scars and damage. It promotes renewal, cell regeneration and moisture retention for healthy more youthful skin. Borage Seed Oil has the highest concentration of gamma linolenic acid an Omega-6 essential fatty acid for skin nourishment and strengthening.
6) Sunflower Oil (Helianthus Annuus)
Sunflower is rich in Fatty acids, Vitamins and emollients that help the skin to retain its moisture and strength. Vitamins A, C and D, healthy carotenoids and waxes help form a protective barrier on the skin while Vitamin E helps prevent environmental damage. Sunflower oil’s rich nutrients improve the appearance and health of your skin through prevention of scarring and smoothing of existing wrinkles. By reinforcing the protective barrier and facilitating renewal, sunflower fuels skin elasticity and tone.
7) Sesame Oil (Sesamum Indicum)
Sesame oil is a rich and nutritive oil packed with vitamins E and B, minerals such as calcium, magnesium and phosphorus as well as protein and lecithin. Essential fatty acids such as palmitic, oleic, linoleic, and stearic acid make this an excellent moisturizer. While another antioxidant Sesamol helps keep skin looking and acting younger.
8) Coconut Oil (Cocos Nucifera)
Coconut oil is the perfect blend of nourishment and protection. Rich in Lauric Acid, Coconut Oil smoothes and refines skin by helping keep connective tissues strong and supple. It also works to naturally exfoliate the outer layer of dead skin cells leaving skin smooth and hydrated at the same time. Capric Acid helps keep this oil resistant to oxidation and free radical formation so it stays fresh longer.
9) Rosehip Oil (Rosa Canina)
Rich in essentials nutrients, Rosehip keep skin firm and toned. Cold pressed from the seeds of the rose, this skin multivitamin is a natural source for Vitamins A & C, Omega rich essential fatty acids and Antioxidants. It works on a cellular level to rejuvenate damaged skin, correct dark spots, hydrate dry, itchy skinr smooth texture and reduce scars. Antioxidants Lycopene and Beta-Carotene protect and repair skin for better tone and strength. Essential Fatty acids rich in omegas 3,6 &9 trigger cellular regeneration and damage repair. Vitamins A and C neutralize negative enzymes that can lead to the breakdown of collagen and elastin, the fibers that keep skin firm and strong. Rosehip is an all in one skin toning, body firming wonder! Rosehip Oil has great skin rejuvenating properties from trans-retinoic acid, the component responsible for its remarkable cell healing and fortification capabilities. It also contains essential fatty acids Omega-6 and Omega 3 which renew damaged skin. Rosehip Fruit Extract (Rosa Canina) – Rosehip oils rich in EFA’s and Vitamin E makes it an excellent skin moisturizer as it uses the body’s natural hydration process. It is known to help rejuvenate the appearance of skin. It helps reduce the signs of ageing and the drying effects of the environment on the skin.
1) Shea butter (Butyrospermum Parkii)
When it comes to toning and repair, Shea Butter is proven to be better! Rich in essential fatty acids and Vitamins A, E and F, Shea has exceptional moisturizing properties. It packs all the essential elements skin needs for balance, elasticity and tone. Clinical Tests prove it! The fatty acids in Shea Butter helps renew skin cells. Vitamin A has been proven to aid wound healing while Vitamin D has been proven to promote skin cell growth which helps with damage repair, firming and toning.
2) Illipe Butter (Shorea Stenoptera)
Harvested from the South Pacific Shorea Stenoptera Tree, also known as the Illipe Tree. This ultra rich, densely nourishing butter is pressed from the Illipe nut. Rich in triglycerides found in cocoa butter, Illipe takes skin care to a deeper level. Unlike cooca butter which is waxy and coating, Illipe works into the skin delivering super nutrients that work on even the most sensitive skin. It feels rich and dense yet it is surprisingly fast absorbing. The rich content of palmitic, stearic and oleic fatty acids brings flexibility and elasticity to the skin cells. Supremely nutritive, it reinforces the lipidic barrier of your skin, locking in moisture. Most recently, this wonder butter has been shown to soothe the effects of eczema making it an ideal option for those with sensitive or damaged skin. The rich, creamy texture instantly transforms dry skin leaving it soft without any greasy feel.
3) Jojoba (Simmondsia Chinensis)
Often thought of as a butter, Jojoba is an ultra nourishing waxy oil. Rich in fatty acids, Jojoba is quick to absorb and ideal for even the most sensitive, damaged skin. This unique waxy oil mimics the natural oil in skin allowing for fast, deep absorption and superior skin repair. It’s unique wax composition makes it extremely moisturizing, but balancing. It is deeply nourishing but won’t leave skin feeling greasy making it ideal for all skin types. Jojoba rich nutrient blend of vitamins E and B and minerals like chromium, copper, and zinc, nourish and protect skin from the effects of aging, heal skin damage and even skin tone.
clinically proven ingredients
Darutoside is a powerful ingredient proven in clinical testing to combat and repair stretch marks by regenerating collagen & elastin fibers. These are the fibers that keep the skin matrix strong and elastic. As the skin stretches, these fibers expand but when pushed too far they can break. Stretch mark prevention comes from strengthening these fibers so they can stretch more and bounce back instead of snapping. Stretch Mark repair comes from fueling new fibers. As the skin heals, new Collagen & Elasting fibers help smooth and strengthen the skin making damage less obvious.
2) Algesium C
Keeps skin strong and elastic by reinforcing the links within skin’s connective tissue. Derived from green algae, this active fuels the replacement of silicum, the cement that holds skin together. Silicum is core to skin’s restructuring activities and helps keep skin elastic, firm and pliable. Algesium C targets skin rejuvenation, smoothing damage and evening skin tone.
Strong Collagen is the key to healthy, beautiful skin inside and out. Collagen fibers are the building blocks of skin strength. When collagen breaks down, skin can become slack and loose. Peptides activate collagen production keeping damage in check so skin stays strong. Active production and you jump start skin renewal and damage control.
4) Vitamin E (Tocopheryl Acetate)
Rich antioxidant that helps replenish and fortify the skin. It is an excellent skin moisturizer as it uses the body’s natural hydration process. It is known to help rejuvenate the appearance of skin. It helps reduce the signs of aging and the drying effects of the environment on the skin.