Alpha Hydroxy Acids

Water-soluble acids that exfoliate the outler layer of the skin, leading to a brighter overall complexion. AHA’s pair well with Salicylic Acid and Glycerin.

Bakuchiol

Bakuchiol is an antioxidant derived from the seeds of the babchi plant. It is known to sooth rashes and calm redness. The plant has the ability to boost cell turnover without the same harshness as retinoids are known for. Bakuchiol pairs well with Retinol, Ceramides and Squalane.

Benzoyl Peroxide

One of the most trusted ingredients within the skin industry for treating acne as it is known to reduce inflammation. Benzoyl Peroxide matches well with Salicylic Acid, Ceramides and Hyaluronic Acid.

Caffeine

Caffeine boosts the circulation in your skin, brightening the skin and decreasing puffiness. The ingredient firms up the skin and reduces the look of fine lines. Caffeine pairs well with Hyaluronic Acid and Peptides.

Ceramides

Ceramides are an essential part of the skin’s barrier. They help protect the skin from environmental factors such as pollution, whilst locking in hydration. Ceramides can also be found in moisturisers and serums, boosting the skin’s natural ingredient.

Cocoa Butter

Deeply hydrating ingredient that brightens the complexion and heals sun damage and visible scarring.

Collagen

Gives the appearance of plumper skin by retaining water and locking in moisture. As a result, this ingredient is a great hydrating factor for those with dry skin.

Eucalyptus Oil

Eucalyptus oil is a great antiseptic, disinfectant and antifungal treatment. That means it gets rid of breakout-causing bacteria so you can enjoy a clearer, less congested complexion. For those reasons, you’ll often find this plant oil in anti-blemish products. It can also help wound healing so it’s worth trying for faster improvement.

Glycerin

Glycerin is a humectant, a type of moisturizing agent that pulls water into the outer layer of your skin from deeper levels of your skin and the air.. In skin care products, glycerin is commonly used with occlusives, another type of moisturizing agent, to trap the moisture it draws into the skin. When applied topically, […]

Honey

Soothes, softens and moisturizes skin. Honey retains water, constantly rehydrating the skin. The hydrating ingredient helps clear break outs too.