CBD Skincare Glossary

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  • Acne
    A skin condition that shows itself as zits, whiteheads, pimples as well as blisters; injuries that are thought to result from the gathering of keratin proteins, microbes, and oil in hair follicles.
  • Alkali
    A substance that has a contrary response to acid and is equipped to neutralize it.
  • Allantoin
    Allantoin goes about as an emollient that keeps up moisture and maintains a strategic distance from irritation and dryness. Allantoin likewise has the ability to be a mitigating specialist alongside turning into a calming promoter of the skin. Allantoin helps in lessening and shedding dead skin cells.
  • Aloe Vera
    A polysaccharide-rich gel that comes from the leaf of the aloe plant utilized in skin health management to saturate and mitigate skin. Due to its moisturizing and anti-inflammatory properties, aloe is generallyutilized in moisturizers, just as items intended to calm skin concerns, for example, psoriasis and burns from the sun,(...) Read More
  • Alpha Hydroxy Acids (AHA’S)
    A gathering of normal acids found in plants utilized in healthy skin to shed skin. A kind of substance exfoliant, alpha hydroxy acids (AHA) are water-solvent, plant-inferred acids that help slacken the paste that holds dead skin cells together on the outside of skin so they can undoubtedly be sloughed off. Besides peeling dead(...) Read More
  • Alpha Lipoic Acid (Thioctic Acid)
    Alpha Lipoic Acid (ALA or Thioctic Acid) is utilized to stimulate 'tired' skin similarly it causes the body to capitalize on fuel sources. It reduces the presence of redness, augmented pores, and surface defects. It is known as the "all-inclusive cancer prevention agent" as it is water and fat-solvent, making it handily(...) Read More
  • Amino Acid
    The structure of protein assumes numerous basic jobs in your body. Amino acids regularly alluded to as the structure of proteins, are exacerbates that assist the body with performing different cycles, for example, building muscle and controlling resistant capacity. Some amino acids are delivered normally in the body, however,(...) Read More
  • Antioxidant
    Substances, for example, nutrients, minerals, and proteins that help keep harm from free radicals made by the sun and contamination.Cell reinforcements work by switching and forestalling free radicals harm or oxidative stress, which are framed from natural harm brought about by the sun, contamination, poisons, tobacco, and(...) Read More
  • Argan Oil
    A characteristic oil that is wealthy in fatty acids known for giving outside and inward medical advantages. Argan oil has gotten probably the greatest oil in the beauty business. Produced using the product of Argan trees local to Morocco, this oil is high in oleic and linoleic acid and plentiful in nutrient E, making it a(...) Read More
  • Atopic Dermatitis
    Additionally called eczema, this is a constant, repeating provocative skin issue that generally first shows up in quite a while or extremely small kids and may last through adulthood. Dermatitis makes the skin tingle and builds up a red, flaky inconsistent rash. It frequently creates in people who have hay fever or asthma or(...) Read More
  • Atopic triad
    Atopic dermatitis, commonly known as eczema forms part of what is known as the atopic triad, which also includes hay fever, (allergic rhinitis). It is a medical term used by doctors to refer to the followingdisorders, asthma, hay fever allergic rhinitis, and atopic dermatitis.
  • Atrophy (Skin)
    Thinning of the skin.
  • Avocado Fruit Extract
    Oil removed from avocado that is wealthy in fundamental lecithin and fatty acids significant for healthy skin. Avocado oil is separated from the product of the avocado tree. It is one of the only oils that is made by removing the meat of the organic product, instead of the seed of the organic product. The avocado oil helps in(...) Read More
  • Azelaic Acid
    A delicate acid obtained from entire grains. Azelaic acid is a delicate acid obtained from wheat, rye, and grain. Ordinarily utilized in face creams, gels, and frothing chemicals, azelaic acid has anti-infection, mitigating, and exfoliative properties, settling on it a very much endured decision to assist with skin(...) Read More
  • Beeswax
    The wax that honey bees produce, usually utilized in the skin, cosmetics, and hair items as a thickener and molding specialist. Beeswax is the wax made by honey bees. This characteristic wax is high in fatty acids and is utilized in numerous hair, skin, and nail items since it doesn't separate from fluids like most other(...) Read More
  • Bentonite Clay
    A sort of characteristic natural clay produced using volcanic ash. Bentonite clay is a characteristic clay produced using volcanic ash that contains a large number of minerals, including iron, calcium, magnesium, potassium, silica, sodium and that's only the tip of the iceberg. Due to its permeable characteristics, bentonite(...) Read More
  • Benzoyl Peroxide
    Benzoyl Peroxide is a typical over-the-counter white powder that is regularly used to treat skin inflammation. Benzoyl Peroxide is a white powder that goes about as a drying and anti-microbial fixing. At the point when applied to the skin, it eliminates the excess moisture, oils, and different mixes that cause bacteria(...) Read More
  • Beta Hydroxy Acids
    A classification of delicate acids that has exfoliating properties. In healthy skin, beta hydroxy acids (a.k.a. BHAs) are known for their capacity to enter profoundly into the pores, freeing them of dirt, oil and bacteria, making them ideal for items intended to address sleek or skin inflammation inclined skin (which are(...) Read More
  • Biotin
    A water-solvent nutrient created by the body and found in specific nourishments. Otherwise called nutrient B7 and nutrient H, biotin helps the body separate and cycle fats and proteins. Since biotin has appeared to assist with reestablishing moisture and reinforce fragile hair and nails, it's most normally found in oral(...) Read More
  • Blue-Green Algae Extract
    Don’t be turned off by the name, Blue-Green Algae has superior benefits when it comes to skincare. It is a very powerful antioxidant it promotes destroying free radicals, keeps our skin tight, fights acne with itsanti-inflammatory properties, soothes out uneven pigmentation, strengthens and moisturizes, amongst an array of(...) Read More
  • Blueberry Fruit Extract
    Blueberry fruit extract is one of the most sought after natural elements of any skincare product because of its antioxidants and ability to fight against free radicals. Blueberries also contain high amounts of zinc and iron, both are skin-friendly compounds.
  • Camphor
    An Itch-assuaging compound got from the leaves and bark of the camphor tree. Camphor is referred to for the two its effectiveness just as sweet-smelling benefits. (It's a backup in chest rub recipes.) CamphorIt is regularly matched with menthol to quiet irritation brought about by anything from aggravation to dryness to poison(...) Read More
  • Cannabidiol (CBD)
    Known for its healing properties, CBD offers many significant benefits to our skin, ranging from antioxidants, anti-inflammatory benefits that can aid in healing and treating skin conditions like dryness, inflammation, and damage from free radicals. CBD also can help acne and reduce the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines.(...) Read More
  • Caprylyl glycol
    Is a neutral fatty acid and alcohol derived naturally from palm and coconut oils, and sometimes from milk from mammals, ours comes from the coconut. It is considered very safe and we love using this component in our products because it improves spreadability and it feels good on our skin. Caprylyl glycol also helps to pull(...) Read More
  • Carnauba Wax
    A hard, vegetarian wax retrieved from a tropical palm tree. Otherwise called Brazil wax, carnauba is the hardest of all vegetable waxes utilized in beauty items. It can thicken recipes, give them a strong structure (think lipstick), and keep emulsions of oil and water from isolating together so they can hold a smooth, uniform(...) Read More
  • Ceramides
    Long chains of lipids normally found in the skin's outermost layers. Ceramides are lipids, or fats, that makeup over half of skin's external layer. They're fundamental for holding water and keeping a sound skin boundary. The characteristic store of ceramides in the skin lessens with age and sun harm over the long haul. In(...) Read More
  • Chamomile
    A calming and skin-relieving spice. Chamomile is viewed as a restorative spice that is important for the Asteraceae species (sunflower and daisy family). It is wealthy in flavonoids, alpha-bisabolol, blue chamazulene, farnesene, and polyenes, giving it mitigating, hostile to erythema and antipruritic properties, which can(...) Read More
  • Charcoal
    An exceptionally retentive natural component produced using consumed carbon. Charcoal, a characteristic specialist produced using consumed carbon, is valued in healthy skin for its capacity to purge and detoxify the skin, going about as a wipe to absorb surface oil, profoundly situated debris, and ecological contaminations.(...) Read More
  • Clary Sage Oil
    Clary Sage Oil is gotten from the Salvia sclarea spice. At the point when utilized topically the oil displays a cooling property that alleviates the skin influence from irritation. It quiets rashes and equilibriums toe creation of common oil and sebum. Additionally, it fortifies the skin and muscles. It takes out and(...) Read More
  • Coconut Oil
    Oil removed from the coconut natural product. Coconut oil is plentiful in fatty oils, lauric acid, vitamin E, and proteins. It is the most bountiful wellspring of lauric acid, an unsaturated fat known for its antimicrobial, moisturizing, and chemical adjusting qualities. This reinforces the skin's defensive hindrance and(...) Read More
  • Coenzyme Q10
    A coenzyme found in most living things utilized by cells to deal with energy. Found inside cells of most living things, coenzyme Q10, or CoQ10, play out an assortment of capacities. It gives the skin high convergences of antioxidants, killing free radicals and diminishing the measure of oxidative pressure found in the skin. It(...) Read More
  • Collagen
    A protein peptide that makes up 30% of our body's absolute protein mass. The most plentiful protein in the human body, collagen peptides are found in the skin, ligaments, ligaments, tendons, linings of the bones, and veins and assist the body with keeping up its shape. It is a stringy substance that upholds and associates(...) Read More
  • Comedones
    Blackheads and they are more evident in acne-prone skin.
  • Copper Peptides
    A normally happening compound found in human tissues. Copper peptides are the component copper joined with three amino acids. Normally found in human tissues, copper peptides start to exhaust over the long haul, adding to the maturing cycle. Studies show that when utilized in healthy skin, copper peptides help eliminate the(...) Read More
  • Cranberry Fruit Extract
    Cranberries are very high in polyphenols and vitamin C And E, which effectively fight free radicals to diminish visible signs of aging, including firming, tightening, fine lines, and wrinkles. Also, it aids in combating hyperpigmentation and loss of elasticity.
  • Cucumber Extract
    Juice got from cucumber, which is generally water however contains many skin-supportive ingredients including nutrient C, silica, and caffeic acid. Plentiful in skin-upgrading supplements like nutrient C, caffeic acid (another cell reinforcement), fatty acids, silica and different minerals, cucumber removal is a well-known(...) Read More
  • Dermatitis
    Inflammation of the skin.
  • Dermis
    Connective tissue layer under the epidermis. Contains blood vessels, nerves glands and hair follicles.
  • Disodium EDTA
    Is a water-soluble acid that is a durable emulsion stabilizer with chelating properties. It protects the integrity of the skincare product from unwanted consistency changes, pH changes, odor changes, and texture changes. Also, it allows penetrability of the natural skin barrier and allows greater penetration of the other(...) Read More
  • DMAE (Dimethylaminoethanol
    A compound that assists uphold with braining action and skin diligence. DMAE can be found normally in the brain however is most generally sourced from sardines and anchovies. It is to a great extentrepurposed as tablets or cases and attempts to impart signs to explicit synapses in the cerebrum, improving memory and numerous(...) Read More
  • EBasic Fatty Acids (EFAs)
    are required for sound, brilliant, and delicate skin. EFAs can't be created by the body; dietary sources and enhancements just as skincare containing these ingredients are useful in advancing sustained, flexible skin. Extraordinary dietary EFA sources are fish, flaxseed, chia seeds, sunflower seeds, and pecans. syn:(...) Read More
  • Eczema
    A type of skin condition that includes redness, scaling, itch and bumpiness.
  • Elastin
    Elastin permits your skin to grow and 'ricochet back', and is utilized in skincare to bring water into the skin just as it helps the skin's adaptability. Sun exposure damages the organization of elastin strands in the skin after some time, making sunscreen essentially critical to the security of flexibility in skin versatility.
  • Emollient
    A hydrating, thickening agent that helps our skin clutch moisture for conditioning, relieving impact. Common emollients incorporate mineral oil, shea, plant oils, cocoa margarine, and fatty acids. Fatty substances, benzoates, nyristates, petrolatum, lecithin are additionally emollients that permit skincare item's thick velvety(...) Read More
  • Emulsifier
    An agent used to mix two liquids that under normal circumstances would not combine, like water and oil.
  • Epidermal Growth Factor
    Epidermal development factor (EGF) is a polypeptide (atomic chain of amino acids) that actuates biological exercises in the skin including wound mending through invigorating dermal and epidermal recovery.EGFs and their receptors are found in fibroblast cells that make up the dermal layer of our skin. They are significant(...) Read More
  • Epidermis
    The outermost layer of the skin where skin cells are formed, mature and perish. Contains epidermal cells.
  • Evening Primrose Oil
    Night primrose oil is obtained from the seeds of the blossoms of the evening primrose plant, generally used to treat minor injuries, wounds, and hemorrhoids. Evening primrose oil contains an omega-6 fatty acid called gamma-linolenic acid (GLA) that might be answerable for the oil's mending benefits. It has been customarily(...) Read More
  • Exfoliant
    A compound or product that is used to remove, or exfoliate dead skin cells from the surface of the skin.
  • Ferulic Acid
    A natural compound, and an incredible antioxidant prevention agent, found in the cell walls of plants. Found in plants, for example, rice, oats, and the seeds of apples and oranges, ferulic acid is a cell reinforcement with magnificent skin infiltration, that eases back the maturing cycle by at the same time shielding skin(...) Read More
  • Free radicals
    They are viewed as receptor molecules that can light a chain response of progressive harm to skin cells. They are created through different things, for example, UV exposure, smoke, and different toxins, and can be destroyed by the utilization of antioxidants and sunscreens.
  • Geranium Essential Oil
    Studies on geranium essential oil have demonstrated that its antibacterial, antimicrobial, and germ-free properties make it helpful for battling skin inflammation breakouts, skin contaminations, and skin disturbance when applied to the skin.
  • Glycerin
    A humectant present in fats, animal, vegetable, or manufactured. Glycerin, otherwise called glycerine or glycerol, is normally present in the skin. As an amazing humectant, it draws in water to the skin, keeping up its moisture level. Studies show glycerin joined with emollients (lotions) advances recuperating, lessens(...) Read More
  • Glyceryl Stearate
    Received from palm kernel, vegetable, or soy oil, glyceryl stearate goes about as an ointment on the skin's surface. Glyceryl stearate is shaped after glycerin responds with stearic acid, a fatty acid found in plant oils just asin our body. The two join to make a cream-colored and waxy sort substance that works as a barrier to(...) Read More
  • Glycolic Acid
    A natural characteristic subsidiary of sugar cane utilized in different healthy skin products. A subordinate of sugarcane, glycolic acid is an alpha hydroxy acid (AHA), a gathering of naturally occurring acids that can be found in nourishments. AHAs work by extricating the paste-like substance that holds dull and dead skin(...) Read More
  • Grape Seed Extract
    Gotten from the beginning seeds of red wine grapes and is an intense wellspring of antioxidants. Grape seed removal contains a significant level of antioxidant agent proanthocyanidin and is usually utilized as a dietaryenhancement. It is said to have various medical advantages that range from bringing hypertension down to(...) Read More
  • Green Tea
    An antioxidant agent containing ingredients to have anti-aging consequences for the skin, including a capacity to calm and improve the presence of sun harm. Green tea is rich in antioxidants, explicitlycatechin and polyphenol, which help kill free radicals that quicken the skin's maturing cycle. It likewise has fantastic(...) Read More
  • Hemp Seed Oil
    Hemp seed oil is an oil retrieved from the hemp plant, Cannabis Sativa. Hemp seed oil is a fatty acid-rich oil discovered frequently in common skin and magnificence items. Its fatty acids intensely emulate our skin's regular oils, which makes it all around endured and especially compelling as an emollient in creams and hair(...) Read More
  • Hibiscus Flower Extract
    Hibiscus is ample in antioxidants named anthocyanins, which help to fend off free radicals that forestall maturing and diminishes irritation. It contains normal surfactants named saponins that scrub the skin. At the point when the item is cleared off, pores are purified and the skin is solid and brilliant.
  • Hyaluronic Acid
    A natural happening sugar found in the body, which helps in moisture maintenance and skin hydration. Hyaluronic acid is a hydrophilic (water-cherishing) compound that can draw moisture directly out of theair and hold up to 1,000 times its weight in water in the skin.It is naturally present in the entirety of our connective(...) Read More
  • Hydrocortisone
    A type of cortisol, utilized in skin meds that ease itch, redness, swelling, and distress. Hydrocortisone is a mitigating and immunosuppressive medication, utilized in meds intended to calm redness and lessen swelling from insect bites, sensitivities, dermatitis, psoriasis, and other fiery skin conditions. Though about a(...) Read More
  • Hydroquinone
    A natural compound normally utilized as a skin lightener Hydroquinone is a white, granular compound that is viable, when utilized notwithstanding expansive range sunscreen, at helping the skin or fading dark spots. It works by repressing the protein tyrosinase, which assists with creating melanin (the pigment that gives skin(...) Read More
  • Hydroxyethyl Cellulose
    Is natural, gum obtained from spruce or pine trees that are regularly grown in the USA, France, Norway and Canada. Hydroxyethyl Cellulose is one of the favored thickening agents utilized in skincare since it is natural and non-harmful. It is safe to utilize and improves the general exhibition of the formula.
  • Inflammation
    It is the body's normal reaction to injury or unusual incitement by a biological, physical, or synthetic compound. Ordinary signs of aggravation are torment, warmth, irritation, loss of capacity, and redness.
  • Isononayl Isononanoate
    It is a binder skin conditioning agent used as an emollient and skin conditioning agent. Isopropyl Palmitate works as a moisturizer in some products by helping to bind moisture in the skin. It is also anemollient, which aids in spreading the product evenly and smoothly, it dissolves in water, but not in water. It has been(...) Read More
  • Isopropyl Palmitate
    It is a binder skin conditioning agent used as an emollient and skin conditioning agent. Isopropyl Palmitate works as a moisturizer in some products by helping to bind moisture in the skin. It is also anemollient, which aids in spreading the product evenly and smoothly, it dissolves in water, but not in water.
  • Jasmine Absolute Oil
    Jasmine originated in Iran, now it can be found in any tropical region. It is a natural antiseptic, its components include benzoic acid and benzyl benzoate, both are compounds that kill and deter bacteria and fungi. Jasmine oil can speed up the healing of wounds, and inhibit the chance for infection. Jasmine has proven to aid(...) Read More
  • Jojoba Oil
    Jojoba Oil is removed from the seed of the jojoba plant. Jojoba oil is a lightweight yet rich wellspring of fatty acids and antioxidants, which offer different skin benefits including boosting hydration, fixing harm, and alleviating skin disturbance. Jojoba oil's surface is like the skin's characteristic oil (sebum), which(...) Read More
  • Kaolin Clay
    A lightweight, fine clay utilized in skin health management for its characteristic retentive properties. Otherwise called "white clay" or "china clay," kaolin clay is a delicate mineral clay broadly utilized in thecreation of paper, porcelain and china. In light of its regular retentive characteristics, kaolin is likewise(...) Read More
  • Lanolin Oil
    Lanolin Oil is extracted by putting the sheep's fleece through an axis machine that isolates the oil from different segments of the fleece. Lanolin oil is a notable emollient that improves dry and dried-out skin. An investigation was led in 2017 and the examination showed that lanolin oil diminished the deficiency of water(...) Read More
  • Lavender Essential Oil
    Lavender oil has demonstrated tenderness to saturated skin and is non-comedogenic for pores. Lavender oil is a characteristic antibacterial compound, implying that it murders skin inflammation-causing bacteria that can invade your pores. It is ideal for forestalling, recuperating, and quieting difficult skin inflammation breakouts.
  • Lipids
    Lipids are fatty substances that aid in bonding skin cells together and that also strengthen the skin. Lipids also help the skin retain moisture.
  • Melanin
    It is the pigment produced by our skin cells known as melanocytes. The skin color or skin tone is determined by the size and amount of the melanin granules. Also, melanin is also a natural defense mechanism against ultraviolet radiation.
  • Menthol
    A compound made artificially or created from mint oils used to help treat an assortment of infirmities Menthol is a natural compound obtained artificially or from natural assets, for example, peppermint oreucalyptus plants. At the point when applied to the skin, menthol causes vasodilation, making a calming, cooling sensation(...) Read More
  • Milk Thistle
    An herbal remedy derived from the milk thistle plant, also known as Silybum marianum. Milk thistle features a high amount of silymarin, a group of plant compounds that is known to have potent antioxidantand anti-inflammatory properties. Traditionally, milk thistle has been used to treat liver and gallbladder disorders, boost(...) Read More
  • MSM (Methyl Sulphonyl Methane or Dimethyl Sulfone
    MSM's are viewed as a characteristic type of natural sulfur compound that is found in all living organisms. MSM's contain numerous advantageous properties that advantage a wide range of skin sorts, all things considered. MSM helps in healthy skin by going about as a sulfur contributor. This, thus, can help in reinforcing this(...) Read More
  • Myristyl Myristate
    Is a waxy emollient that leaves a velvety feel on our skin. Being a fatty acid it delivers skin conditioning benefits and improved moisture retention. Also, Myristyl Myristate will leave a pleasant powdery feel on our skin.
  • Neem Seed Oil
    Neem Seed Oil contains antioxidants, fatty acids, and antimicrobial elements. It can benefit the skin in many different ways. Research has shown that these compounds help fight skin infections, promote skinhealing, and defy signs of skin aging. Neem seed oil has long been used to even out skin tone and reduces dark spots,(...) Read More
  • Neroli Essential Oil
    When used in skincare products, Neroli Oil is thought to treat oily skin, reduce signs of aging, and reduce the appearance of scars and stretch marks. It rejuvenates the skin cells and improves the elasticity of theskin moisturizes the skin and helps regulate the sebum our skin produces, also, while regulating the sebum keeps(...) Read More
  • Niacinamide (Vitamin B3)
    A water-soluble vitamin is also known as vitamin B3. Derived from vitamin B3, niacinamide helps the body perform critical functions like cell signaling, DNA repair, and energy metabolism. When it comes to skin care, this ingredient helps repair damage and rebuild its protective barrier, helping to fight irritation and redness.(...) Read More
  • Olive Oil
    A nourishing oil produced by pressing whole olives. Olive oil is a liquid fat derived from olives, a traditional tree crop of the Mediterranean Basin, it has a long history of being used as a home remedy for skincare. Aside from its natural anti-inflammatory and anti-microbial properties, olive oil is abundant in polyphenols,(...) Read More
  • Omega-3 Fatty Acids
    A class of essential fatty acids the body needs for a variety of functions, from muscle activity to cell growth. Omega-3 fatty acids are a class of essential fatty acids—fats that your body can’t make and must get from food. They are an integral part of the cell membrane, protecting other parts of the cell against free(...) Read More
  • Orange Peel Extract
    The oil from orange peels retains all the benefactors in regards to antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties. The ingredients derived from oranges contain vitamin C, a powerful antioxidant and wrinklefighter.
  • Panthenol
    A provitamin of B5 is generally found in hydrating hair and healthy skin care items. Additionally alluded to as pantothenic acid, panthenol is a type of nutrient B5 found in plants. It is frequently utilized in skin health management items as a humectant in view of its capacity to draw in and hold moisture. When applied to the(...) Read More
  • Peptides
    A short string of amino acids that invigorate the creation of collagen and skin restoration. Peptides, which could be both naturally happening or artificially made, are the expert developers for your skin. They work by conveying explicit activities to cells—like telling your skin it was harmed and flagging the creation of new(...) Read More
  • pH Factor
    pH is the level of acidity or alkalinity of a substance or solution. If the pH level of a product demonstrates too much of a variance, it may damage the skin. It has been established that our normal pH factor is estimated to be 4.7.
  • Phenoxyethanol
    Phenoxyethanol is not utilized for the effect that it has on the skin. It is primarily used because it contains many benefits that guard against bacteria and contamination. It is highly effective in preventing thegrowth of fungi, bacteria, and yeast from forming.
  • Phospholipids
    A class of lipids that form the defensive layer in the cellular membrane of the cell. Along with proteins, carbs, and nucleic acids, lipids (fats) are biological molecules that make up all living things. Phospholipids are made of both water-loving (hydrophilic) and water-repelling (hydrophobic) components, glycerol, fatty(...) Read More
  • Plant Stem Cells
    Undifferentiated cells that separate to create more stem cells. Going from an assortment of sources from blossoms to apples, plant undifferentiated organisms are filled in controlled conditions, away from outside contamination, and refined against maturing and anti-oxidant production. Stuffed with amino acids, peptides, and(...) Read More
  • Probiotics
    A naturally occurring bacteria that promote a healthier gut. Probiotics contain the “good” bacteria our body naturally needs. In addition to ensuring a balanced and toxin-free gut, probiotics provide a numberof benefits to the skin. When applied topically, probiotics have been shown to reduce the threat of infection and(...) Read More
  • Propylene Glycol
    It attracts water and acts as a humectant, which means it binds water and pulls in hydration to our outer layer of skin. When used in skin care products it helps give skin a hydrated and glowing appearance. Propylene Glycol helps the product penetrate the skin.
  • Resveratrol
    An antioxidant primarily, but not always found in red grapes and wine. Resveratrol is produced by plants and vegetation and has been shown to have a great influence on antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, andantimicrobial properties which makes it a mainstream ingredient in anti-aging products. By fighting free radicals and(...) Read More
  • Retinol
    A derivative of vitamin A that belongs to a family of compounds referred to as retinoids. Along with retinyl palmitate, retinoic acid, and tretinoin, retinol is part of the retinoid family of topical vitamin A ingredients.Aside from speeding up cellular replenishment to improve the tone and texture of your complexion, retinol(...) Read More
  • Rooibos Extract
    Rooibos is a known hypoallergenic, it helps with calming reactive skin and relieves, soothes redness, itching, and rashes. Also, it is known to have anti-viral, antifungal, and antibacterial properties, making it an excellent choice for those prone to acne, psoriasis, eczema, and many other skin conditions.
  • Rosacea
    A skin condition that causes inflammation all over the face. It is a common skin condition that presents noticeable blood vessels and redness on your face. It can also show signs of small, red, puss-filled bumps. They may present themselves for weeks or even months before they disappear.
  • Rose Absolute Oil
    Rose absolutely can benefit your skin in many different ways. It hydrates, moisturizes, brightens skin, boosts collagen, helps reduce inflammation, protects against the sun and it reduces hyperpigmentation.
  • Rosehip Oil
    A pressed seed oil extracted from the seeds of the wild rose bush. Rosehip oil is generated and harvested from the seeds of rose bushes, often grown in Chile and cold-pressed or slow-cooked into liquid form. It promotes vitamins A and C, antioxidants, and essential fatty acids. Notable for its healing benefits, rosehip oil has(...) Read More
  • Rosemary Leaf Extract
    Is a powerhouse antioxidant and it shields the skin and prevents early signs of premature aging of the skin. Rosmarinic Acid is the mainstream component of rosemary leaf extract and has terrific effects in relaxing skin conditions such as eczema and acne. The herbal medicinal properties of rosemary leaf extract aid in many(...) Read More
  • Salicylic Acid
    A beta-hydroxy acid derived from willow bark. Often naturally occurs and is sourced from willow bark, salicylic acid performs by neutralizing acne-causing bacteria, cleansing pores, and speeding up cellular turnover and regrowth to heal the skin more rapidly. Due to its ability to diminish inflammation, this makes it a common(...) Read More
  • Sebum
    Sebum is the skin’s own naturally occurring oils. Sebum is generated from the sebaceous glands. It covers, moisturizes, and protects the skin. Excess sebum may lead to acne and other skin-related conditions.
  • Shea Butter
    A fatty oil extracted from the Karite (shea) tree. Shea butter is a triglyceride (fat) derived from the Shea tree, also known as the African Karite tree. Rich in vitamins A, E, and F, this fatty oil is often used in skin care, body, and hair care products designed to soothe dryness, promote collagen production, and hydrate(...) Read More
  • Sorbic Acid
    Sorbic Acid naturally occurs in a variety of natural sources and was first isolated from unripened berries from the Sorbus aucuparia (Rowan tree). In skin care products it is used for preservation against molds and yeasts. Sorbic Acid works as a humectant by retaining moisture.
  • Sorbitan Stearate
    Is a surfactant composed of sweetener sorbitol and stearic acid, a natural fatty acid. A multi-acid that visually smoothes out wrinkles, brightens tone, and unclog pores.
  • SPF
    SPF stands for Sun Protection Factor, the numeric value stating the level of effectiveness provided by sunscreen in preventing sunburn and other harmful conditions caused by exposure to the sun. While SPF specifies the level of protection from UVB rays, the new required testing and labels for Broad Spectrum sunscreen ensure(...) Read More
  • Stem Cells
    Unspecialized cells capable of renewing themselves through cell division. Stem cells are rapidly dividing cells in the body that have the ability to give rise to more stem cells or become cells with more specialized functions. Stem cells contain amino acids and peptides, which are powerhouse ingredients for skin rejuvenation,(...) Read More
  • Stratum Corneum
    This pertains to the outermost layer of the epidermis, composed of non-living protein. Stearic Acid is used to help stabilize products and gives the product a satiny, and smooth feel. It is a superior choice of ingredients in any skin care product because it is a fatty acid, and it helps rebuild the skin’s barrier in the same(...) Read More
  • Sugar Cane Extract
    Sugar Cane Extract is a major component when it comes to lactic acids as well as glycolic acids. Lactic acids help by maintaining silky smooth skin, creating its own moisturizing and exfoliation capabilities. The lactic acids aid in eliminating the dry skin cells and enabling the new growth of cells. Sugar cane extract is(...) Read More
  • Sugar Maple Extract
    Sugar Maple Extract works as a natural alpha hydroxy acid in skincare products. It removes bacteria and dead skin buildup on the skin, repairs damage caused by free radicals. Also, it works to prevent blemishes and wrinkles from forming.
  • Sulfate
    A classification of cleansing agents presented in many face washes and facial cleanse including sodium lauryl sulfate, ammonium lauryl sulfate, and sodium Laureth sulfate, which can cause sensitivity and dryness when used in excess or when left on the skin for long periods of time but are generally not shown to be as damaging(...) Read More
  • Sulfur
    The third most abundant mineral in the human body. Sulfur is an essential mineral critical to many of the body’s biological processes. It can be found in collagen and elastin, two structural proteins responsible for skin elasticity. Sulfur is also found in keratin, a main structural component of hair, skin, nails, and tooth(...) Read More
  • Sunflower Seed Oil
    Sunflower seed oil is loaded with antioxidants and Vitamin E that helps protect skin from free radicals and adverse effects from the sun. It protects from premature aging and wrinkles. It hydrates, contains antioxidants, helps unclog pores, soothes, calms redness, evens out tone and texture, it is a natural botanical and it's(...) Read More
  • Tea Tree Oil
    An essential oil distilled from the leaves of the Australian plant, Melaleuca alternifolia. Tea tree oil, which is made from distilling the tea tree’s leaves, has made a name for itself as a naturopathic treatment for skin ailments. Due to its natural antibiotic and antifungal properties, this essential oil is featured in many(...) Read More
  • Urticaria
    Also known as Hives, is an allergic reaction from food or medication where red, itchy, and swollen spots appear on the surface of the skin.
  • Vitamin A
    An unsaturated nutritional compound needed for normal cell function, growth, and development. Vitamin A is a fat-soluble vitamin that comes from a class of compounds called retinoids. It is often seen in ingredients such as retinyl palmitate, retinoic acid, retinol, or tretinoin—known for their skin-restorative and skin(...) Read More
  • Vitamin C
    An antioxidant that helps form and maintains connective tissue. Vitamin C is an antioxidant molecule that plays a very important role in skin care health. Often found in topical products, vitamin C contains a defence mechanism from free radicals forming, sun damage and environmental pollution that can degrade and break down(...) Read More
  • Vitamin E
    A fat-soluble antioxidant best known for its anti-aging properties. Vitamin E is a fat-soluble antioxidant often found in oils, lotions, gels, and creams because of its capability to enhance and strengthen the skin’s elasticity, repair damage, and accelerate wound healing. As an antioxidant, it stabilizes vitamin C and helps(...) Read More
  • Vitamin K
    A fat-soluble nutrient that improves the look and feel of the skin. Also, sometimes referred to as phytonadione, vitamin K is used in many skincare products to diminish redness and inflammation and assist in minimizing the appearance of pigmentation. Oftentimes used in eye creams, when coupled with other anti-aging ingredients(...) Read More
  • White Willow Bark
    White Willow Bark provides gentle exfoliation for healthier skin. It also helps in the aid of reducing signs of aging skin and wrinkles. It has shown to be an excellent aid in reducing acne and excess oil. White Willow has demonstrated that it refines pores and minimizes the pore size. Also, it alleviates skin conditions such(...) Read More
  • Witch Hazel
    A natural extract produced from bark and leaves of the North American Witch-hazel shrub. Witch hazel is greatly accepted for its soothing and antioxidant beneficial qualities, which makes it a popular ingredientin toners and serums designed to relax and calm skin redness, inflammation, and irritation. Because it is typically(...) Read More
  • Ylang Ylang Essential Oil
    Ylang Ylang is steam distilled from trees grown in Ecuador and Madagascar. It is best known to help to regulate sebum production. The antibacterial properties that it contains make it a potent skin cleanser, and it also acts as a healing powerhouse.
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