Ingredients

Our goal is to create the perfect healing formulations for specific skin irritations using only the finest quality, most effective ingredients. We are passionate in our pursuit of fast healing, natural botanicals that do not cause harmful side effects and are cruelty free. Here are some of our key ingredients that we use in our products!

alchemilla vulgaris extract

Contains a high tannin content, indicating its beneficial firming effect on the elasticity of the skin and its ability to balance moisture.

achillea milefolium extract

Also called Yarrow Extract, is an extract of the whole plant. It is a clear, brown-green liquid with a faint herbal odor

allantoin

Stimulates cell regeneration in stressed, affected skin. Improves rough and chapped skin. Has an antiphlogistic effect.

aloe

Hydrating; softening; calming; anti-microbial; anti-inflammatory; moisture regulator. Aloe has remarkable healing properties that can draw and hold oxygen to the skin. The plants composition is similar to that of human blood plasma and seawater and, because its pH is the same as the human skin, it is extremely soothing and protective.

apple spice essence

A concentrated, liquid containing aroma compounds from apples.

argireline

An anti-wrinkle inhibitor that will reduce pre-existing wrinkle depth and relax facial tension. Leuphasil compliments the action of Argireline by modulating muscle contraction, especially beneficial for reducing depth of wrinkles around the eye and forehead areas. These peptides can significantly modulate muscle contraction thereby destabilizing the cell so it cannot release the neurotransmitters that make the muscle contract thus preventing formation of lines and wrinkles.

asian ginseng

Derived from the ginseng plant; invigorating, tones and rejuvenates.

avocado oil

Derived from avocado kernels; nourishes, smoothes, and softens.

Beta-Alanine

A non-essential amino acid that occurs naturally in the body.

beeswax

Derived from honeycomb; emollient, nourishes, moisturizes and softens.

behentrimonium chloride

Derived from canola oil; mild ingredient used as an emulsifier to combine oil and water in the formulation of a cream or lotion.

bilberry

Bilberry extract can prevent damage caused by free radicals that result from oxygen reactions in the body and helps to protect the eye from free radical damage by strengthening the tiny capillaries that affect vision.

behentrimonium chloride.

Derived from canola oil; mild ingredient used as an emulsifier to combine oil and water in the formulation of a cream or lotion.

biovert c

A safe, natural product protector that is anti-microbial and has anti-oxidants.

caesalpinia spinosa gum

A small shrub or tree, native to Peru and is used as a natural thickening agent.

caffeine

Contains polyphenol, an antioxidant that neutralizes free radicals before they attach themselves to the skin cells membrane and destroy or compromise the cell. It stimulates the circulation and blood flow to help remove toxins excess fluids.

caprylic/capric glycerides

A fatty mixture of glycerides, mainly hexyl and caprine acids. Used as an emulsifier, dispersing agent and carrier for active ingredients.

capsaicin

The active ingredient in chili peppers and when applied to the skin, has been found to deplete substance P- a neurochemical that transmits pain.

carnitine

A nutrient that helps the body turn fat into energy. It is produced by the body in the liver and kidneys and stored in the skeletal muscles, heart and brain.

castorisostearate succinate

A natural gloss agent, pigment wetter and dispersant, plasticizer and emollient.

cetearyl olivate

An olive oil derivative used as an emulsifier and emollient. A safe and effective alternative to ethoxylated and PEG-based emulsifiers.

cetyl alcohol

A natural fatty alcohol derived from coconut oil widely used as an emollient and stabilizing agent in conditioning and moisturizing treatments (emulsions).

cetyl myristoleate (CMO)

An all-natural medium chain fatty acid that is highly purified, a refined waxy ester and helps with joint inflammation.

cetyl oleate

This compound works to lubricate joints and helps to promote mobile joint function.

chamomile extract

Soothing and refreshing botanical.

citric acid

A sour organic acid derived from citrus fruits that causes a reaction when combined with the baking soda.

clove bud oil

A plant derived aromatic oil that is known for antibacterial and anti-fungal qualities.

cocamidopropyl

hydroxysultaine derived from coconut oil, is used in our hair and body cleansers as a superior replacement for the commonly used cocamodopropyl betaine, present in most shampoo formulations.

cocoa butter

Triglycerides of fatty acids made from the beans of the cacao tree (Theobroma Cacao). Cocoa butter is a superb emollient that softens and protects chapped skin, relieves irritation and diminishes signs of wrinkling and stretch marks. Has a sweet chocolate smell. It is also helpful as a binder or thickener in natural cosmetic formulas where chemical thickeners are not used.

coenzyme Q10

A natural substance found in every cell of the human body. In our mid twenties its activity decreases. Naturally occurring in the tissue of plants, CoQ-10 (also known as “ubiquinone”) is a vitamin-like anti-oxidant that boosts cellular activity. It helps to fortify the skin’s defenses against UV damage, while reducing the appearance of wrinkles, strengthening cell membranes, and providing the skin with new energy.

copper

Peptides are small fragments of proteins, and proteins are the key building blocks of most living tissues. Certain kinds of peptides have an avid affinity for copper, to which they bind very tightly. The resulting compound consisting of a peptide and a copper atom has become known as a copper peptide. A distinctive feature of GHK copper peptides is that they reduce scar tissue formation while stimulating normal skin remodeling. In other words, they help better restore the damaged area to its original look.

cranberry seed oil

Loaded with omega-3 and omega-6 and helps improve cardiovascular function, increase circulation and strengthen the immune system. Essential fatty acids can not be synthesized by the body. Cranberry oil’s naturally occurring tocopherols and highly unsaturated profile provide nourishment to the skin and superior moisturizing qualities.

decyl glucoside

A mild non-ionic surfactant used in cosmetic formularies including baby shampoo and in products for individuals with a sensitive skin.

decyl poly glucose

Derived from sugar and is used as a mild and gentle cleanser.

de-ionized water

Water that has had its mineral ions removed. De-ionization is a physical process which uses specially-manufactured ion exchange resins which bind to and filter out the mineral salts from water.

Dextrose

This sugar is the chief source of energy in the body and serves as a major source of energy for living cells.

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