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Ingredients

All our products are made in the UK with Certified Organic, Vegan, Cruelty Free, Sustainably Sourced ingredients.

The Exfoliant

Actives:

Activated Charcoal
A fine black powder that draws bacteria, pollution, dirt and other micro-particles to the surface of the skin, helping to cleanse clogged pores. It is proven to adsorb thousands of times its own mass in harmful substances. It is gritty with micro particles that act as a gentle exfoliating agent.

Zinc Oxide
A broad spectrum blocker that protects skin from UVA, UVB and UVC. The mineral is prized for its ability to heal and to lower inflammation associated with rashes, allergies or irritation. People suffering from zinc deficiency typically experience slower wound-healing times. When Zinc Oxide is applied to the wound area, it provides the body with the extra Zinc it needs to repair skin cells. It also can be used to treat pigmentary disorders [melasma] and in preventing skin ageing through improved collagen synthesis and the forming of new connective tissue.

Niacinamide
Also known as Vitamin B3 and nicotinic acid, Niacinamide is a highly effective skin-restoring ingredient that offers multiple benefits for ageing skin. Among these benefits is the ability to visibly improve the appearance of enlarged pores, uneven skin tone, fine lines, dullness, and a weakened skin surface.

Botanicals:

Kaolin Clay
Also called China clay, Kaolin clay is well known for its soothing properties. Kaolin has an astringent effect, absorbs oil from the skin, cleanses and exfoliates – removing dead cells from the skin’s surface and helping to improve circulation.

Cupuacu

From the seeds of the Cupuacu tree, this microdermabrasion-grade exfoliant is a safe and gentle way to effectively exfoliate the surface layer of the skin. The low abrasion provided by the superfine bio-scrub particles removes dull skin, soften fine lines, smoothes out coarse skin texture, reduces acne and pore size, fades scars and brown spots, and stimulates cell turnover and the creation of collagen. Our Cupuacu is harvested in a sustainable development managed within the South American Rainforest.

Holy Basil

Also known as Tulsi, the aromatic perennial plant harnesses powerful antioxidant, antibacterial, anti-inflammatory and adaptogenic properties. Due to its volume of vitamins, electrolytes, minerals and phytonutrients, Tulsi has been proven to protect tissues against chemical stress from industrial pollutants and heavy metals and has also been shown to counter metabolic stress in skin through normalization of lipid levels. Tulsi’s broad-spectrum antimicrobial activity, which includes activity against a range of pathogens, makes it useful in healing damaged skin, eliminating bacteria known to cause conditions like acne, and also helps to heal acne scars.

Tapioca

From the Cassava plant, Tapioca effectively absorbs waste products from the skin and significantly reduces excess sebum on the skin’s surface. Tapioca is a prebiotic-resistant starch, providing a food source for the desirable bacteria present on the skin – something the undesirable bacteria are unable to process – and as such, Tapioca promotes the friendly bacteria on the skin to recover and grow faster.

Rosehip

An adaptogenic fruit from wild roses that support homeostasis and that contains high levels of Vitamin C, in addition to Vitamins E, A, and D that combine to manage the damaging effects of environmental stress on the skin. Rosehip’s high levels of antioxidants provide anti-ageing properties and improve absorption of other compounds in the formulation. Rosehip gently exfoliates, performing a mild peeling of the epidermis that removes dead cell accumulations and resurfaces the skin.

Dandelion Root

A potent anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory that promotes skin cell health, fights free-radical damage and reduces signs of ageing. Alongside blackberries, Dandelion ranks as one of the top antioxidant and nutrient sources due to its impressive content of silymarin, known to increase glutathione formation [a compound that deactivates a wide variety of free radicals]. Dandelion Root also consists of natural compounds, minerals and flavonoids [such as caffeic acid, beta-sitosterol, taraxerol, taraxasterol, eudesmanolide, crypto-xanthin, lutein and zeaxanthin] that combine to hydrate skin tissues and optimise skin function.

Amla

Also known as Indian gooseberry, Amla is one of the most concentrated natural sources of vitamin C in existence. Amla berry extract has been shown to stimulate pro-collagen [a precursor to collagen] when applied to the skin. It also protects the skin against collagen damage when exposed to UV rays, and is classed as an adaptogen due to its ability to increase the skin’s resistance to the damaging effects of stress and also in promoting and restoring normal physiological functioning to the skin.

THE CLEANSER

Actives:

D-Pantenol

D-Panthenol is a nutrient from the B vitamin family that helps manage the negative results that stress can have on the skin, playing a key role in the repair mechanism of cells and tissues. Once in the skin, D-Panthenol rapidly converts to vitamin B5 [Pantothenic Acid] which is a major constituent of Coenzyme A. It soothes and softens skin by locking in moisture, in turn preventing dehydration, dry skin and reducing Transepidermal Water Loss (TEWL). It maintains the elasticity of the skin and promotes the stimulation of epithelialization and granulation in the skin while minimising irritation and inflammation.

AHA Complex

A blend of alpha hydroxy acids extracted from blueberries, sugarcane, oranges, lemons and sugar maple. The complex contains the following concentrations of alpha hydroxy acids: Lactic Acid [28-32%] which is a highly effective moisturiser;  glycolic acid [12-17%] which provides immediate skin softening; citrica acid [2-6%] which stimulates collagen synthesis; malic acid [1% max] which boosts skin elasticity; tartaric acid [1% max] which also boosts skin elasticity. When combined like this, the AHA’s weaken the bonds that hold dead skin together, and when these bonds are weakened the dead skin cells can be shed from the skin resulting in fresher, smoother and younger looking skin and allowing for improved absorption of subsequent skincare products.

Apple Aminos

Multivitamin-rich aminos are natural astringents that purify the skin and minimize pores without causing dehydration. They facilitate the formation of phospholipids [a part of the cell membrane] – without phospholipids, there would be little protection against oxidative stress and inflammation.

Botanicals:

Marshmallow Root

An extract from the Althaea plant native to Northern Africa, Europe, and Western Asia, the adaptogenic plant helps to maintain moisture levels in the skin by retaining natural hyaluronic acid levels. Marshmallow root extract contains a high percentage of mucilage, which has intensive hydrating, softening, and balancing properties. In addition to mucilage, the extract contains a number of other compounds that promote skin health, such as polysaccharides and flavonoids proven to relieve irritation and inflammation.

Schisdandra Berry

This scarlet red medicinal berry has been used in traditional Chinese herbalism for more than 2,000 years to keep the skin more resilient to signs of ageing. Schisandra contains high levels of antioxidants, phytonutrients and vitamin compounds, including vitamin C and E – natural antioxidants beneficial to skin healing and protection.

Papaya

Extracted from the fruit of Papaya, the superfruit extract contains papain, a proteolytic enzyme that renews the skin’s top layer through the gentle removal of dead skin cells. Papaya extract unblocks pores, brightens, reduces the visibility of skin discolouration and sun spots amd is also highly anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory.

Cucumber Seed

A soothing extract that naturally contains Vitamin C and the minerals magnesium and potassium, known to support moisture retention and regulation. The extract contains high amounts of and the phytochemical caffeic acid, a powerful anticarcinogenic proven to have greater antioxidant capacity than ferulic acid. The silica content in Cucumber Seed helps to reduce wrinkles and fine lines by boosting the skin’s collagen production. The extract also contains amino acids, proteins and lipids that allow the skin to maintain its structure and systems of self-repair.

Yucca

A cold-pressed juice extract of the Yucca plant’s stem [no solvents or carriers are applied], Yucca extract contains hundreds of steroid saponins together with polyphenols, resveratrol and stilbenes to deep clean and detoxify the skin. The scalp and hair can also benefit from the calming and softening effect from the saponins in the plant. It has been applied in folk medicine in Mexico for centuries for its anti-inflammatory, anti-acne, soothing and moisturising functions.

Amyris

Also known as West Indian sandalwood, Amyrsis is an essential oil from the Rutaceae botanical family that contacts a high content of sesquiterpenoids proven to help reduce signs of ageing, keeping skin looking young and healthy. Amyris also aids in cellular regeneration, hydration and replenishing, reducing fine lines and wrinkles and promoting improved skin elasticity.

Arvensis

A perennial plant that grows easily in areas like New Zealand, Australia, and the Great Lakes region of the U.S, Arvensis has an incredible ability to soothe and cool the skin. It’s especially useful for oily and combination skin, as it helps balance out natural oils.

THE ESSENCE

Actives:

Niacinamide

Also known as Vitamin B3 and nicotinic acid, Niacinamide is a highly effective skin-restoring ingredient that offers multiple benefits for ageing skin. Among these benefits is the ability to visibly improve the appearance of enlarged pores, uneven skin tone, fine lines, dullness, and a weakened skin surface.

Tocopherol

Also known as Vitamin E, Tocopherol is a powerful antioxidant that protects skin cells from ultraviolet light, pollution and other elements that contribute to free radicals known to dismantle collagen and elastin – key contributors in the signs of ageing. One of the most important benefits of Vitamin E its role in the prevention of skin cancer, as it protects the epidermal layer of the skin from early stages of ultraviolet light damage, while also providing some benefit in preventing and treating sunburn.

Bisabolol

Naturally sourced from a Brazilian tree called the Candeia tree, Bisabolol soothes, calms and helps other ingredients to penetrate the skin better. Bisabolol inhibits the enzymes in the skin that are responsible for breaking down collagen and also stimulates collagen production to help fade fine lines and wrinkles. Bisabolol also helps to reduce hyperpigmentation as it inhibits the production of melanin – a pigment responsible for age spots.

Gluconolactone [PHA]

The multi-tasker of all the polyhydroxy acids, Gluconolactone is a powerful antioxidant that protects the skin from free-radical and UV damage and helps to strengthen skin barrier function, leaving the skin less likely to be inflamed both from external and internal aggressions. Gluconolactone is a powerful humectant, helping to ensure healthy hydration levels within skin, and also inhibits elastase – an enzyme known to promotes skin sagging.

Botanicals:

Willow Bark

Derived from the bark of the willow tree, the extract has been used for centuries to soothe irritated skin. It contains high amounts of salicin [from which salicylic acid is derived] that has anti-inflammatory effects and has been shown to diminish wrinkles, reduce the appearance of pores, and even out skin tone while promoting increased firmness. Willow Bark extract is also high in tannins, phenolic acids, flavonoids, and various minerals, all of which help soothe the skin and aid in cell regeneration.

Snow Mushroom

Also known as tremella, Snow Mushroom can hold up to 500 times its weight in water, with super fine particles that drive hydration deep into the skin. It has soothing anti-inflammatory properties, stimulates collagen production for plumper skin, and has been proven to provide more enhanced lightening and brightening properties than compounds such as arbutin, vitamin C and kojic acid.

Green Tea

An adaptogenic tea leaf naturally rich in antioxidants that protects the skin from the damaging effects of free radicals at a cellular level. It contains methylxanthines that stimulate skin microcirculation and positively influence the tone and health of the skin. Epigallocatechin gallate [EGCG] is one of the active constituents of Green Tea believed to be responsible for its many appearance benefits as it fights wrinkles and rejuvenates skin cells. The polyphenols in Green Tea possess potent skin-soothing properties, and show significant promise for improving the appearance of sun-damaged skin.

Liquorice Root

Liquorice is the root of an adaptogenic, perennial plant called glycyrrhiza glabra, a legume related to beans and peas that is native to southern Europe and parts of Asia. Liquorice root contains an active compound called glabridin which helps diminish the appearance of dark under-eye circles, discoloration and age spots. The extract also has powerful antioxidants that help protect the skin from environmental stressors, as well as “licochalcone,” which helps to balance sebum levels.

Green Cedar

Green Cedar Is an astringent ingredient with a long history and set of topical and aromatherapy properties. Cedarwood oil is derived from the giant cedar tree, abundant in north America, and thus part of a sustainable extraction process. The essential oil is an effective treatment for skin conditions that are caused by overactive sebaceous glands – like acne and eczema – and can also be useful in reducing inflammation and irritation. Pure forms of cedar oil contains vitamins A, B, C, E, and F which enhance skin tone and texture over time.

THE MOISTURISER

Actives:

Peptides

Peptides are a patented extract from the seeds of pisum sativum L. [peas]. The pea undergoes an exclusive extraction/purification process to create the extract, which is then able to protect collagen and elastin against the deleterious effects of proteases activated during aging and stress. Other benefits include the protection and repair of epidermal proteins against damage induced by environmental aggressions [pollution, stress, UV] and also the strengthening of skin elasticity and improved, long-lasting hygro-regulation.

Prebiotics [Inulin, Alpha-glucan Oligosaccharide]

A mixture of natural polysaccharides where the Inulin is extracted from chicory roots and the Alpha-glucan oligosaccharide is obtained from sugar beet. This acts as a food for the desirable bacteria present on the skin – a food that the undesirable bacteria is unable to process. The prebiotics promote the friendly bacteria on the skin to recover and grow faster whilst the harmful ones are reduced, in turn restoring the natural bacterial balance to the skin. This unique combination helps to create a barrier against pollution and environmental damage and is useful for acne prone skin that is susceptible to infections.

Zinc Oxide

A broad spectrum blocker that protects skin from UVA, UVB and UVC. The mineral is prized for its ability to heal and to lower inflammation associated with rashes, allergies or irritation. People suffering from zinc deficiency typically experience slower wound-healing times. When zinc oxide is applied to the wound area, it provides the body with the extra zinc it needs to repair skin cells. It also can be used to treat pigmentary disorders [melasma] and in preventing skin ageing through improved collagen synthesis and the forming of new connective tissue.

Botanicals:

Sacha Inchi

Our Sacha Inchi oil is cold-pressed from the star-shaped seeds of the South American fruit that contain more than 50% oil. Its fatty acid profile is a rarity amongst vegetable oils as it is very rich in Omega-3 [45-58%] and Omega-6 [30-40%] with some Omega-9 [8-12%]. It also has a high tocopherol content with over 190 mg per 100ml [gamma tocopherol: 119.70 mg/100g and delta tocopherol: 73.7 mg/100g], an amino acid content of approximately 33% and contains some vitamin A. Sacha Inchi oil is an excellent emollient, helping to reduce trans-epidermal water loss [TEWL] and is moisturising without being greasy, allowing for easy absorption. It can help to balance acne-prone skin, even skin tone and reduce the appearance of keratinisation [scarring], plus the high Omega-3 content helps to protect the skin against environmental damage.

Rosehip

Rosehip oil is clinically proven to help minimise the appearance of wrinkles, smooth skin and dramatically improve the skin’s moisture levels. Our Rosehip seed oil is extracted from the seeds of a native rose plant which grows wild in France. Rosehip oil is the only vegetable oil to contain natural tretinoin, the acid form of vitamin A also known as all-trans-retinoic acid [ATRA] in quantities of 125mcg/100g. Vitamin A helps to delay the effects of skin ageing, assists in cell regeneration, and promotes collagen and elastic levels. This results in firmer, smoother, and more youthful skin. Rosehip seed oil also contains a high amount of essential fatty acids and Vitamin E. Vitamin E promotes healthy skin and provides antioxidant effects. Rosehip oil is rich in linolenic acids, which are important skin nutrients.

Hemp [Cannabis Sativa Seed Oil]

Our Hemp seed oil is extracted from the seeds of the cannabis plant, harvested and cold-pressed in the UK. Clinically proven to alleviate dry skin, Hemp oil is the highest oil in essential fatty acids: 75-80% total EFAs. It is abundant in omega-3 oils and filled with essential nutrients. Hemp seed oil is nature’s richest source of polyunsaturated fatty acids [PUFAs]. PUFAs increase the moisture retention of the skin, keeping it soft and supple. Locking in this moisture strengthens the skin and hair, enhancing our natural defenses against pollution, sun, dry air and excessive use of chemicals. Hemp seed oil has a high content of Vitamin E compound, a natural antioxidant that traps excess free radicals which can injure, age degenerate and kill our cells and tissues. The oil itself can also compensate for the lower ceramide levels associated with ageing and metabolic slowdown; it is the lowering of these ceramide levels that contribute to the formation or wrinkles and overall skin ageing.

Pomegranate [CO2]

The CO2 oil extract is obtained from the seeds which are found inside the fruit in a white spongy tissue.

The extract contains all CO2 soluble components of pomegranate seed, including zusammensetzung [more than 70% punicic acid which is a unique conjugated fatty acid], linoleic acid [5%], oleic acid [5%], palmitic acid [2,5%] and stearic acid [2.0%]. A report in the Journal of Ethnopharmacology found that Pomegranate oil stimulates keratinocytes, which are the major cells found in the epidermis [the outer layer of the skin]. Helping to regenerate these cells may actually help to reverse past damage and revive the skin to reveal a fresher and more youthful appearance. Pomegranate provides hydrating relief to the skin, helping with dry skin, eczema, psoriasis and sunburn. Just like the Pomegranate, the oil has a high antioxidant content, mainly due to it’s high content of ellagic acid. The high antioxidant and vitamin content helps to increase blood flow and circulation in the skin which in turn reduces flakiness and

itchiness.

 

Centella

Also known as gotu kola, this adaptogenic perennial herb is well-documented in Chinese medicine as one of the miracle elixirs of life. Centella contains chemicals known as triterpenoids that stimulate the production of collagen in the skin and promote a toning and tightening effect on the skin when applied topically. Due to its ability to stimulate collagen production, Centella can improve the appearance of ageing skin affected by fine lines and wrinkles. Centella contains vitamins A, B, C, and D, together with a range of minerals, including zinc, potassium, calcium, magnesium, manganese, sodium, silica, and selenium that all contribute to improved skin health.

Patchouli

Derived from a large evergreen perennial belonging to the Labiatae family, Patchouli is a close relative of mint, lavender and sage that has been long used in traditional Asian medicine where it is used to address skin and hair problems, such as psoriasis, eczema, acne, dry chapped skin, dandruff and oily scalp. In aromatherapy, patchouli oil is thought to help relieve anxiety, stress and depression.

THE SERUM

Actives:

Marine Algae

An extraction of cylindrotheca fusiformis [an oceanic marine algae] that in tests has demonstrated the capacity to stimulate cellular proliferation, significantly increasing collagen synthesis by 19.3% using a 2% concentration in only 24 hours compared to an untreated control sample. As a powerful anti-aging ingredient, the algae extract helps to improve the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles – especially around the eyes. As a powerful antioxidant, it protects the dermal matrix from further degradation, strengthens skin and offers some protection from UVB rays. It is especially rich in omega 3 and sterols that are soothing and anti-inflammatory for irritated and damaged skin. It plays an important role in the skin’s barrier function due to its repairing properties. Some clinics are even using Marine Algae in preparation for surgery, as it helps the skin recover post operatively, and beauty clinics are using it to restore the skin after deep peels and laser resurfacing.

Spilanthes Acmella

Spilanthes is a South African plant grown by local farmers that is proven to restructure, firm and smooth the skin. It has an instantly noticeable effect as it strengthens the collagen matrix and increases the density and elasticity of the skin. Like botox – the extract acts directly and rapidly on the fibroblasts and collagen fibers present in our skin by using their innate ability to move and contract. When applied to the skin, Spilanthes relaxes these fibers and irons them out. When our fibroblasts are stimulated with spilanthol – one of the myorelaxation active components present in Spilanthes – the fibroblasts in our skin tighten which in turn pulls on the collagen fibers flattening and firming the skin and visibly reducing fine lines and wrinkles.

Botanicals:

Tsubaki Oil

Japanese Tsubaki [Camellia] oil is cold-pressed from wild camellia seeds and is a rich source of palmitic, omega-3, omega-6 [linoleic fatty acids] and 9, as well as numerous anti-aging polyphenol antioxidants, Vitamins A, B and E, along with phosphorus, calcium, iron, manganese and magnesium.

Amaranth [CO2]

An excellent nourishing oil extract that contains high concentrations of squalene and phytosterols that are extremely useful for treating dry, damaged and sensitive skin and hair as well as for improving skin elasticity and skin and hair texture. Amaranthus is almost the only plant showing a high concentration of squalene. In addition, the high amount of tocopherols, tocotrienols and linoleic acids contribute to restore smoothness and moisture to skin.

Sea Buckthorn [CO2]

A CO2 extract from the whole berries of the deciduous tree, this adaptogen easily penetrates through the epidermis to  removes excess toxins and to improve blood circulation and skin oxygenation. With close to 200 properties, Sea Buckthorn has 6 different fat soluble vitamins, 22 fatty acids, 42 kinds of lipids and 36 kinds of flavonoids, and is the richest natural source of Vitamin A [beta carotene] and omega-7. This abundance of rich ingredients makes it highly protective against harmful radiation [solar or X-rays] with a regenerative and anti-ageing effects.

Starflower

The star-shaped purple flower has given rise to its name ‘Starflower oil’ [or Borage]. The oil is rich in essential fatty acids and is well known for being the richest commercial plant source of GLA – an Omega-6 fatty acid which helps to combat dryness, loss of suppleness and wrinkling. GLA is needed by the body to make prostaglandins which are an essential part of the repair and maintenance action of the body. With good levels of GLA, the skin is more tolerant to sunlight on a daily basis and can heal quicker. The oil rich seed is harvested with local farmers here in the UK, cold-pressed and extracted using traditional techniques.

Moringa

A cold-pressed oil extracted in South America, Moringa contains in excess of 70% natural oleic acid and a unique combination of fatty acids that are integral to the formation and maintenance of cell membranes within the stratum corneum [the layer of the skin that provides a barrier to the environment and regulates permeability]. These fatty acids have lubricant, emollient, and anti-inflammatory properties, which help to restore the natural oils of the skin and protect the skin from environmental damage. Moringa oil is rich in many skin-nourishing vitamins such as Vitamins A, C, and E. These vitamins help to improve the elasticity of the skin, reduce the number of fine lines and wrinkles, and fight inflammation. Vitamin C is especially useful in helping to repair damaged skin cells.

Plum Kernel

Cold-pressed, unrefined and virgin – our Plum Kernel oil is an anti-aging, multi-purpose oil that balances, restores and refreshes the skin. It is naturally abundant in essential antioxidants, omega fatty acids 6 & 9 and polyphenols, all of which help protect the skin from damaging free radicals. It is 8x more powerful than argan oil and 6x more powerful than marula oil in protecting the skin from damaging free radicals. It’s also rich in pro-vitamin A and E to assist with healing and hydration.  

Perilla

Cold-pressed from the seed of the Perilla plant, Perilla has one of the highest amounts of Omega-3 [alpha-linolenic acid] found in any plant oil. This means it is a natural emollient that can help both skin and hair to retain moisture. It is especially good for sensitive skin as it can reduce transepidermal water Loss [TEWL] and also has soothing, calming, anti-allergenic and antioxidant properties. The relatively high omega-6 [linoleic acid] helps to inhibit the growth of acne-causing bacteria found naturally on the skin. It is rich in flavones and polyphenols such as rosmarinic acid – natural antioxidant compounds helpful in preventing free-radical damage.

Vetiver Root

Vetiver is a perennial bunchgrass of the Poaceae family native to India. Vetiver oil is distilled from the plant’s roots and contains over 100 components. It is proven to have prolific antioxidant properties – especially when compared to standard antioxidants such as butylated hydroxytoluene and alpha-tocopherol – and scavenges toxins and free radicals known to disrupt skin function and that contribute to the signs of aging. Vetiver oil is also a cicatrisant, meaning it removes dark spots, signs of acne and scars by promoting the regeneration of skin tissue.

Actives:

Activated Charcoal
A fine black powder that draws bacteria, pollution, dirt and other micro-particles to the surface of the skin, helping to cleanse clogged pores. It is proven to adsorb thousands of times its own mass in harmful substances. It is gritty with micro particles that act as a gentle exfoliating agent.

Zinc Oxide
A broad spectrum blocker that protects skin from UVA, UVB and UVC. The mineral is prized for its ability to heal and to lower inflammation associated with rashes, allergies or irritation. People suffering from zinc deficiency typically experience slower wound-healing times. When Zinc Oxide is applied to the wound area, it provides the body with the extra Zinc it needs to repair skin cells. It also can be used to treat pigmentary disorders [melasma] and in preventing skin ageing through improved collagen synthesis and the forming of new connective tissue.

Niacinamide
Also known as Vitamin B3 and nicotinic acid, Niacinamide is a highly effective skin-restoring ingredient that offers multiple benefits for ageing skin. Among these benefits is the ability to visibly improve the appearance of enlarged pores, uneven skin tone, fine lines, dullness, and a weakened skin surface.

Botanicals:

Kaolin Clay

Also called China clay, Kaolin clay is well known for its soothing properties. Kaolin has an astringent effect, absorbs oil from the skin, cleanses and exfoliates – removing dead cells from the skin’s surface and helping to improve circulation.

Cupuacu

From the seeds of the Cupuacu tree, this microdermabrasion-grade exfoliant is a safe and gentle way to effectively exfoliate the surface layer of the skin. The low abrasion provided by the superfine bio-scrub particles removes dull skin, soften fine lines, smoothes out coarse skin texture, reduces acne and pore size, fades scars and brown spots, and stimulates cell turnover and the creation of collagen. Our Cupuacu is harvested in a sustainable development managed within the South American Rainforest.

Holy Basil

Also known as Tulsi, the aromatic perennial plant harnesses powerful antioxidant, antibacterial, anti-inflammatory and adaptogenic properties. Due to its volume of vitamins, electrolytes, minerals and phytonutrients, Tulsi has been proven to protect tissues against chemical stress from industrial pollutants and heavy metals and has also been shown to counter metabolic stress in skin through normalization of lipid levels. Tulsi’s broad-spectrum antimicrobial activity, which includes activity against a range of pathogens, makes it useful in healing damaged skin, eliminating bacteria known to cause conditions like acne, and also helps to heal acne scars.

Tapioca

From the Cassava plant, Tapioca effectively absorbs waste products from the skin and significantly reduces excess sebum on the skin’s surface. Tapioca is a prebiotic-resistant starch, providing a food source for the desirable bacteria present on the skin – something the undesirable bacteria are unable to process – and as such, Tapioca promotes the friendly bacteria on the skin to recover and grow faster.

Rosehip

An adaptogenic fruit from wild roses that support homeostasis and that contains high levels of Vitamin C, in addition to Vitamins E, A, and D that combine to manage the damaging effects of environmental stress on the skin. Rosehip’s high levels of antioxidants provide anti-ageing properties and improve absorption of other compounds in the formulation. Rosehip gently exfoliates, performing a mild peeling of the epidermis that removes dead cell accumulations and resurfaces the skin.

Dandelion Root

A potent anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory that promotes skin cell health, fights free-radical damage and reduces signs of ageing. Alongside blackberries, Dandelion ranks as one of the top antioxidant and nutrient sources due to its impressive content of silymarin, known to increase glutathione formation [a compound that deactivates a wide variety of free radicals]. Dandelion Root also consists of natural compounds, minerals and flavonoids [such as caffeic acid, beta-sitosterol, taraxerol, taraxasterol, eudesmanolide, crypto-xanthin, lutein and zeaxanthin] that combine to hydrate skin tissues and optimise skin function.

Amla

Also known as Indian gooseberry, Amla is one of the most concentrated natural sources of vitamin C in existence. Amla berry extract has been shown to stimulate pro-collagen [a precursor to collagen] when applied to the skin. It also protects the skin against collagen damage when exposed to UV rays, and is classed as an adaptogen due to its ability to increase the skin’s resistance to the damaging effects of stress and also in promoting and restoring normal physiological functioning to the skin.

THE CLEANSER

Actives:

D-Pantenol

D-Panthenol is a nutrient from the B vitamin family that helps manage the negative results that stress can have on the skin, playing a key role in the repair mechanism of cells and tissues. Once in the skin, D-Panthenol rapidly converts to vitamin B5 [Pantothenic Acid] which is a major constituent of Coenzyme A. It soothes and softens skin by locking in moisture, in turn preventing dehydration, dry skin and reducing Transepidermal Water Loss (TEWL). It maintains the elasticity of the skin and promotes the stimulation of epithelialization and granulation in the skin while minimising irritation and inflammation.

AHA Complex

A blend of alpha hydroxy acids extracted from blueberries, sugarcane, oranges, lemons and sugar maple. The complex contains the following concentrations of alpha hydroxy acids: Lactic Acid [28-32%] which is a highly effective moisturiser;  glycolic acid [12-17%] which provides immediate skin softening; citrica acid [2-6%] which stimulates collagen synthesis; malic acid [1% max] which boosts skin elasticity; tartaric acid [1% max] which also boosts skin elasticity. When combined like this, the AHA’s weaken the bonds that hold dead skin together, and when these bonds are weakened the dead skin cells can be shed from the skin resulting in fresher, smoother and younger looking skin and allowing for improved absorption of subsequent skincare products.

Apple Aminos

Multivitamin-rich aminos are natural astringents that purify the skin and minimize pores without causing dehydration. They facilitate the formation of phospholipids [a part of the cell membrane] – without phospholipids, there would be little protection against oxidative stress and inflammation.

Botanicals:

Marshmallow Root

An extract from the Althaea plant native to Northern Africa, Europe, and Western Asia, the adaptogenic plant helps to maintain moisture levels in the skin by retaining natural hyaluronic acid levels. Marshmallow root extract contains a high percentage of mucilage, which has intensive hydrating, softening, and balancing properties. In addition to mucilage, the extract contains a number of other compounds that promote skin health, such as polysaccharides and flavonoids proven to relieve irritation and inflammation.

Schisdandra Berry

This scarlet red medicinal berry has been used in traditional Chinese herbalism for more than 2,000 years to keep the skin more resilient to signs of ageing. Schisandra contains high levels of antioxidants, phytonutrients and vitamin compounds, including vitamin C and E – natural antioxidants beneficial to skin healing and protection.

Papaya

Extracted from the fruit of Papaya, the superfruit extract contains papain, a proteolytic enzyme that renews the skin’s top layer through the gentle removal of dead skin cells. Papaya extract unblocks pores, brightens, reduces the visibility of skin discolouration and sun spots amd is also highly anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory.

Cucumber Seed

A soothing extract that naturally contains Vitamin C and the minerals magnesium and potassium, known to support moisture retention and regulation. The extract contains high amounts of and the phytochemical caffeic acid, a powerful anticarcinogenic proven to have greater antioxidant capacity than ferulic acid. The silica content in Cucumber Seed helps to reduce wrinkles and fine lines by boosting the skin’s collagen production. The extract also contains amino acids, proteins and lipids that allow the skin to maintain its structure and systems of self-repair.

Yucca

A cold-pressed juice extract of the Yucca plant’s stem [no solvents or carriers are applied], Yucca extract contains hundreds of steroid saponins together with polyphenols, resveratrol and stilbenes to deep clean and detoxify the skin. The scalp and hair can also benefit from the calming and softening effect from the saponins in the plant. It has been applied in folk medicine in Mexico for centuries for its anti-inflammatory, anti-acne, soothing and moisturising functions.

Amyris

Also known as West Indian sandalwood, Amyrsis is an essential oil from the Rutaceae botanical family that contacts a high content of sesquiterpenoids proven to help reduce signs of ageing, keeping skin looking young and healthy. Amyris also aids in cellular regeneration, hydration and replenishing, reducing fine lines and wrinkles and promoting improved skin elasticity.

Arvensis

A perennial plant that grows easily in areas like New Zealand, Australia, and the Great Lakes region of the U.S, Arvensis has an incredible ability to soothe and cool the skin. It’s especially useful for oily and combination skin, as it helps balance out natural oils.

THE ESSENCE

Actives:

Niacinamide

Also known as Vitamin B3 and nicotinic acid, Niacinamide is a highly effective skin-restoring ingredient that offers multiple benefits for ageing skin. Among these benefits is the ability to visibly improve the appearance of enlarged pores, uneven skin tone, fine lines, dullness, and a weakened skin surface.

Tocopherol

Also known as Vitamin E, Tocopherol is a powerful antioxidant that protects skin cells from ultraviolet light, pollution and other elements that contribute to free radicals known to dismantle collagen and elastin – key contributors in the signs of ageing. One of the most important benefits of Vitamin E its role in the prevention of skin cancer, as it protects the epidermal layer of the skin from early stages of ultraviolet light damage, while also providing some benefit in preventing and treating sunburn.

Bisabolol

Naturally sourced from a Brazilian tree called the Candeia tree, Bisabolol soothes, calms and helps other ingredients to penetrate the skin better. Bisabolol inhibits the enzymes in the skin that are responsible for breaking down collagen and also stimulates collagen production to help fade fine lines and wrinkles. Bisabolol also helps to reduce hyperpigmentation as it inhibits the production of melanin – a pigment responsible for age spots.

Gluconolactone [PHA]

The multi-tasker of all the polyhydroxy acids, Gluconolactone is a powerful antioxidant that protects the skin from free-radical and UV damage and helps to strengthen skin barrier function, leaving the skin less likely to be inflamed both from external and internal aggressions. Gluconolactone is a powerful humectant, helping to ensure healthy hydration levels within skin, and also inhibits elastase – an enzyme known to promotes skin sagging.

Botanicals:

Willow Bark

Derived from the bark of the willow tree, the extract has been used for centuries to soothe irritated skin. It contains high amounts of salicin [from which salicylic acid is derived] that has anti-inflammatory effects and has been shown to diminish wrinkles, reduce the appearance of pores, and even out skin tone while promoting increased firmness. Willow Bark extract is also high in tannins, phenolic acids, flavonoids, and various minerals, all of which help soothe the skin and aid in cell regeneration.

Snow Mushroom

Also known as tremella, Snow Mushroom can hold up to 500 times its weight in water, with super fine particles that drive hydration deep into the skin. It has soothing anti-inflammatory properties, stimulates collagen production for plumper skin, and has been proven to provide more enhanced lightening and brightening properties than compounds such as arbutin, vitamin C and kojic acid.

Green Tea

An adaptogenic tea leaf naturally rich in antioxidants that protects the skin from the damaging effects of free radicals at a cellular level. It contains methylxanthines that stimulate skin microcirculation and positively influence the tone and health of the skin. Epigallocatechin gallate [EGCG] is one of the active constituents of Green Tea believed to be responsible for its many appearance benefits as it fights wrinkles and rejuvenates skin cells. The polyphenols in Green Tea possess potent skin-soothing properties, and show significant promise for improving the appearance of sun-damaged skin.

Liquorice Root

Liquorice is the root of an adaptogenic, perennial plant called glycyrrhiza glabra, a legume related to beans and peas that is native to southern Europe and parts of Asia. Liquorice root contains an active compound called glabridin which helps diminish the appearance of dark under-eye circles, discoloration and age spots. The extract also has powerful antioxidants that help protect the skin from environmental stressors, as well as “licochalcone,” which helps to balance sebum levels.

Green Cedar

Green Cedar Is an astringent ingredient with a long history and set of topical and aromatherapy properties. Cedarwood oil is derived from the giant cedar tree, abundant in north America, and thus part of a sustainable extraction process. The essential oil is an effective treatment for skin conditions that are caused by overactive sebaceous glands – like acne and eczema – and can also be useful in reducing inflammation and irritation. Pure forms of cedar oil contains vitamins A, B, C, E, and F which enhance skin tone and texture over time.

THE MOISTURISER

Actives:

Peptides

Peptides are a patented extract from the seeds of pisum sativum L. [peas]. The pea undergoes an exclusive extraction/purification process to create the extract, which is then able to protect collagen and elastin against the deleterious effects of proteases activated during aging and stress. Other benefits include the protection and repair of epidermal proteins against damage induced by environmental aggressions [pollution, stress, UV] and also the strengthening of skin elasticity and improved, long-lasting hygro-regulation.

Prebiotics [Inulin, Alpha-glucan Oligosaccharide]

A mixture of natural polysaccharides where the Inulin is extracted from chicory roots and the Alpha-glucan oligosaccharide is obtained from sugar beet. This acts as a food for the desirable bacteria present on the skin – a food that the undesirable bacteria is unable to process. The prebiotics promote the friendly bacteria on the skin to recover and grow faster whilst the harmful ones are reduced, in turn restoring the natural bacterial balance to the skin. This unique combination helps to create a barrier against pollution and environmental damage and is useful for acne prone skin that is susceptible to infections.

Zinc Oxide

A broad spectrum blocker that protects skin from UVA, UVB and UVC. The mineral is prized for its ability to heal and to lower inflammation associated with rashes, allergies or irritation. People suffering from zinc deficiency typically experience slower wound-healing times. When zinc oxide is applied to the wound area, it provides the body with the extra zinc it needs to repair skin cells. It also can be used to treat pigmentary disorders [melasma] and in preventing skin ageing through improved collagen synthesis and the forming of new connective tissue.

Botanicals:

Sacha Inchi

Our Sacha Inchi oil is cold-pressed from the star-shaped seeds of the South American fruit that contain more than 50% oil. Its fatty acid profile is a rarity amongst vegetable oils as it is very rich in Omega-3 [45-58%] and Omega-6 [30-40%] with some Omega-9 [8-12%]. It also has a high tocopherol content with over 190 mg per 100ml [gamma tocopherol: 119.70 mg/100g and delta tocopherol: 73.7 mg/100g], an amino acid content of approximately 33% and contains some vitamin A. Sacha Inchi oil is an excellent emollient, helping to reduce trans-epidermal water loss [TEWL] and is moisturising without being greasy, allowing for easy absorption. It can help to balance acne-prone skin, even skin tone and reduce the appearance of keratinisation [scarring], plus the high Omega-3 content helps to protect the skin against environmental damage.

Rosehip

Rosehip oil is clinically proven to help minimise the appearance of wrinkles, smooth skin and dramatically improve the skin’s moisture levels. Our Rosehip seed oil is extracted from the seeds of a native rose plant which grows wild in France. Rosehip oil is the only vegetable oil to contain natural tretinoin, the acid form of vitamin A also known as all-trans-retinoic acid [ATRA] in quantities of 125mcg/100g. Vitamin A helps to delay the effects of skin ageing, assists in cell regeneration, and promotes collagen and elastic levels. This results in firmer, smoother, and more youthful skin. Rosehip seed oil also contains a high amount of essential fatty acids and Vitamin E. Vitamin E promotes healthy skin and provides antioxidant effects. Rosehip oil is rich in linolenic acids, which are important skin nutrients.

Hemp [Cannabis Sativa Seed Oil]

Our Hemp seed oil is extracted from the seeds of the cannabis plant, harvested and cold-pressed in the UK. Clinically proven to alleviate dry skin, Hemp oil is the highest oil in essential fatty acids: 75-80% total EFAs. It is abundant in omega-3 oils and filled with essential nutrients. Hemp seed oil is nature’s richest source of polyunsaturated fatty acids [PUFAs]. PUFAs increase the moisture retention of the skin, keeping it soft and supple. Locking in this moisture strengthens the skin and hair, enhancing our natural defenses against pollution, sun, dry air and excessive use of chemicals. Hemp seed oil has a high content of Vitamin E compound, a natural antioxidant that traps excess free radicals which can injure, age degenerate and kill our cells and tissues. The oil itself can also compensate for the lower ceramide levels associated with ageing and metabolic slowdown; it is the lowering of these ceramide levels that contribute to the formation or wrinkles and overall skin ageing.

Pomegranate [CO2]

The CO2 oil extract is obtained from the seeds which are found inside the fruit in a white spongy tissue.

The extract contains all CO2 soluble components of pomegranate seed, including zusammensetzung [more than 70% punicic acid which is a unique conjugated fatty acid], linoleic acid [5%], oleic acid [5%], palmitic acid [2,5%] and stearic acid [2.0%]. A report in the Journal of Ethnopharmacology found that Pomegranate oil stimulates keratinocytes, which are the major cells found in the epidermis [the outer layer of the skin]. Helping to regenerate these cells may actually help to reverse past damage and revive the skin to reveal a fresher and more youthful appearance. Pomegranate provides hydrating relief to the skin, helping with dry skin, eczema, psoriasis and sunburn. Just like the Pomegranate, the oil has a high antioxidant content, mainly due to it’s high content of ellagic acid. The high antioxidant and vitamin content helps to increase blood flow and circulation in the skin which in turn reduces flakiness and

itchiness.

 

Centella

Also known as gotu kola, this adaptogenic perennial herb is well-documented in Chinese medicine as one of the miracle elixirs of life. Centella contains chemicals known as triterpenoids that stimulate the production of collagen in the skin and promote a toning and tightening effect on the skin when applied topically. Due to its ability to stimulate collagen production, Centella can improve the appearance of ageing skin affected by fine lines and wrinkles. Centella contains vitamins A, B, C, and D, together with a range of minerals, including zinc, potassium, calcium, magnesium, manganese, sodium, silica, and selenium that all contribute to improved skin health.

Patchouli

Derived from a large evergreen perennial belonging to the Labiatae family, Patchouli is a close relative of mint, lavender and sage that has been long used in traditional Asian medicine where it is used to address skin and hair problems, such as psoriasis, eczema, acne, dry chapped skin, dandruff and oily scalp. In aromatherapy, patchouli oil is thought to help relieve anxiety, stress and depression.

THE SERUM

Actives:

Marine Algae

An extraction of cylindrotheca fusiformis [an oceanic marine algae] that in tests has demonstrated the capacity to stimulate cellular proliferation, significantly increasing collagen synthesis by 19.3% using a 2% concentration in only 24 hours compared to an untreated control sample. As a powerful anti-aging ingredient, the algae extract helps to improve the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles – especially around the eyes. As a powerful antioxidant, it protects the dermal matrix from further degradation, strengthens skin and offers some protection from UVB rays. It is especially rich in omega 3 and sterols that are soothing and anti-inflammatory for irritated and damaged skin. It plays an important role in the skin’s barrier function due to its repairing properties. Some clinics are even using Marine Algae in preparation for surgery, as it helps the skin recover post operatively, and beauty clinics are using it to restore the skin after deep peels and laser resurfacing.

Spilanthes Acmella

Spilanthes is a South African plant grown by local farmers that is proven to restructure, firm and smooth the skin. It has an instantly noticeable effect as it strengthens the collagen matrix and increases the density and elasticity of the skin. Like botox – the extract acts directly and rapidly on the fibroblasts and collagen fibers present in our skin by using their innate ability to move and contract. When applied to the skin, Spilanthes relaxes these fibers and irons them out. When our fibroblasts are stimulated with spilanthol – one of the myorelaxation active components present in Spilanthes – the fibroblasts in our skin tighten which in turn pulls on the collagen fibers flattening and firming the skin and visibly reducing fine lines and wrinkles.

Botanicals:

Tsubaki Oil

Japanese Tsubaki [Camellia] oil is cold-pressed from wild camellia seeds and is a rich source of palmitic, omega-3, omega-6 [linoleic fatty acids] and 9, as well as numerous anti-aging polyphenol antioxidants, Vitamins A, B and E, along with phosphorus, calcium, iron, manganese and magnesium.

Amaranth [CO2]

An excellent nourishing oil extract that contains high concentrations of squalene and phytosterols that are extremely useful for treating dry, damaged and sensitive skin and hair as well as for improving skin elasticity and skin and hair texture. Amaranthus is almost the only plant showing a high concentration of squalene. In addition, the high amount of tocopherols, tocotrienols and linoleic acids contribute to restore smoothness and moisture to skin.

Sea Buckthorn [CO2]

A CO2 extract from the whole berries of the deciduous tree, this adaptogen easily penetrates through the epidermis to  removes excess toxins and to improve blood circulation and skin oxygenation. With close to 200 properties, Sea Buckthorn has 6 different fat soluble vitamins, 22 fatty acids, 42 kinds of lipids and 36 kinds of flavonoids, and is the richest natural source of Vitamin A [beta carotene] and omega-7. This abundance of rich ingredients makes it highly protective against harmful radiation [solar or X-rays] with a regenerative and anti-ageing effects.

Starflower

The star-shaped purple flower has given rise to its name ‘Starflower oil’ [or Borage]. The oil is rich in essential fatty acids and is well known for being the richest commercial plant source of GLA – an Omega-6 fatty acid which helps to combat dryness, loss of suppleness and wrinkling. GLA is needed by the body to make prostaglandins which are an essential part of the repair and maintenance action of the body. With good levels of GLA, the skin is more tolerant to sunlight on a daily basis and can heal quicker. The oil rich seed is harvested with local farmers here in the UK, cold-pressed and extracted using traditional techniques.

Moringa

A cold-pressed oil extracted in South America, Moringa contains in excess of 70% natural oleic acid and a unique combination of fatty acids that are integral to the formation and maintenance of cell membranes within the stratum corneum [the layer of the skin that provides a barrier to the environment and regulates permeability]. These fatty acids have lubricant, emollient, and anti-inflammatory properties, which help to restore the natural oils of the skin and protect the skin from environmental damage. Moringa oil is rich in many skin-nourishing vitamins such as Vitamins A, C, and E. These vitamins help to improve the elasticity of the skin, reduce the number of fine lines and wrinkles, and fight inflammation. Vitamin C is especially useful in helping to repair damaged skin cells.

Plum Kernel

Cold-pressed, unrefined and virgin – our Plum Kernel oil is an anti-aging, multi-purpose oil that balances, restores and refreshes the skin. It is naturally abundant in essential antioxidants, omega fatty acids 6 & 9 and polyphenols, all of which help protect the skin from damaging free radicals. It is 8x more powerful than argan oil and 6x more powerful than marula oil in protecting the skin from damaging free radicals. It’s also rich in pro-vitamin A and E to assist with healing and hydration.  

Perilla

Cold-pressed from the seed of the Perilla plant, Perilla has one of the highest amounts of Omega-3 [alpha-linolenic acid] found in any plant oil. This means it is a natural emollient that can help both skin and hair to retain moisture. It is especially good for sensitive skin as it can reduce transepidermal water Loss [TEWL] and also has soothing, calming, anti-allergenic and antioxidant properties. The relatively high omega-6 [linoleic acid] helps to inhibit the growth of acne-causing bacteria found naturally on the skin. It is rich in flavones and polyphenols such as rosmarinic acid – natural antioxidant compounds helpful in preventing free-radical damage.

Vetiver Root

Vetiver is a perennial bunchgrass of the Poaceae family native to India. Vetiver oil is distilled from the plant’s roots and contains over 100 components. It is proven to have prolific antioxidant properties – especially when compared to standard antioxidants such as butylated hydroxytoluene and alpha-tocopherol – and scavenges toxins and free radicals known to disrupt skin function and that contribute to the signs of aging. Vetiver oil is also a cicatrisant, meaning it removes dark spots, signs of acne and scars by promoting the regeneration of skin tissue.

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The Sanitiser
Active + Botanical Benefits
Actives

Ethanol
Ethanol is a proven aid to preventing transmission of infectious agents and widely accepted as one of the most important infection control measures to prevent infectious disease transmission. The antimicrobial activity of ethanol can be attributed to its ability to denature and coagulate proteins. The microorganism’s cells are then lysed, and their cellular metabolism is disrupted. The activity is broad and immediate. Ethanol [the most common alcohol sanitising ingredient], appears to be the most effective against viruses.

D-Panthenol
D-Panthenol is the provitamin—a precursor, or substance that the body can convert into a specific vitamin—for B5. When panthenol is applied topically, it’s quickly converted into vitamin B5, also known as pantothenic acid. B5 binds to and holds water effectively, moisturising the skin and helping it maintain softness and elasticity. Panthenol has also been shown to have an anti-inflammatory effect and to boost skin barrier function.

Botanicals

Vegetable Glyerin
Glycerin is hygroscopic — meaning it can draw moisture from the air around us and help keep that moisture in skin, thus minimising trans epidermal water loss [due to evaporation]. Research has shown that glycerin mimics what’s known as skin’s natural moisturizing factor (NMF), which is why it’s compatible with all skin types, of all ages. Replenishing skin’s NMF is important because it becomes depleted as we age, are subject to environmental exposure, and use irritating ingredients.

Sandalwood
Sandalwood is very mild but still has a powerful effect on the skin. Due to its antiseptic properties it prevents rashes, heals itching and inflammation, cools and soothes skin and moisturises and tones the skin with mild astringent action. In aromatherapy, inhaling the aroma of sandalwood oil or absorbing it through the skin is thought to transmit messages to parts of the brain involved in controlling emotions, known as the limbic system. These messages are believed to affect both an emotional and physiological response.

Carrot Seed
The benefits of carrot seed oil include antifungal and antibacterial qualities, due to the bioflavonoids it contains. Rich in vitamins A, C, B1, B2 and various essential fatty acids, carrot seed is incredibly skin-repairing to dry and damaged skin. It also contains a large amount of vitamin E, which is great for adding and retaining moisture in the skin.

 

Patchouli Oil
Patchouli oil, which contains several mono- and sesquiterpenoids, alkaloids, and flavonoids, is thought to possess significant anti-inflammatory and antioxidant qualities.In fact, it is reputed to impart antiviral, antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and analgesic effects, and is also known to protect the skin barrier function. Studies have found that patchouli oil exerts significant antibacterial activity against staphylococcus bacteria. Patchouli is commonly used in aromatherapy for its ability to calm depression. It encourages the release of serotonin and dopamine; two hormones which ease feelings of anger and anxiety.

Lavender
Along with the other benefits commonly found in botanical ingredients [anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, antibacterial], lavender is unique in its proven ability to boost blood circulation. This enables more brightening oxygen and nutrients to reach the skin’s surface. It can also protect and promote the skin’s natural barrier, plus balance its pH levels. Aromatically, this oil, rich in esters and alcohols, is useful for when fighting depression as well as anxiety and stress, helping to relax the mind, proving to be interesting in its application at a time of increased tension.

Clove Bud
Clove owes its medicinal benefits to its antimicrobial, anti-fungal, antiviral and stimulating properties, and is one of the richest sources of antioxidants. Clove oil contains a chemical called eugenol that acts as an antiseptic and antibacterial agent. With the help of these properties it can treat cuts and wounds and fight against fungal infections. Clove bud essential oil is used in aromatherapy to stimulate circulation and arousal of the mind and body allowing you to achieve mental clarity.

Bergamot
Thanks to its antibacterial and antiseptic properties, bergamot is a natural cleanser. It can help to tone the skin, soothe skin irritation, and heal cuts and scars. Bergamot is also rich in polyphenols that have strong antioxidant effects to help protect the skin from free radical damage. Aromatically, bergamot is one of the best oils to support the central nervous system — it’s known to be calming to the spirit.

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