Algae has been used in skin care for thousands of years and is a powerhouse of minerals, amino acids, sea proteins and polysaccharides. It conditions, hydrates, softens and detoxifies the skin, replenishing essential vitamins and minerals.
Soothing, hydrating and antibacterial, this centuries-old medicinal ingredient has healing, anti-inflammatory properties. Antioxidants—beta carotene, vitamins C and E—firm and improve elasticity.
This ancient mineral targets problematic areas and energizes the skin, gently exfoliating opening up clogged pores removing dead cells. An antiseptic, healing and stimulating substance both for skin immunity and cell production.
Apple's countless antioxidants protect skin from free-radical damage and alpha hydroxy acids gently exfoliate. Its natural astringent properties and rich vitamin C stores help reduce the appearance of pores in oily skin.
This sensitive skin–friendly ingredient is full of healthy fatty acids. In addition, vitamins A, C and E; anti-inflammatory phytosterols and antioxidants hydrate and diminish the appearance of wrinkles.
This nutrifying fruit oil is rich in vitamins A, D and E, which counter signs of aging through it’s antioxidant properties. Avocado Oil absorbs readily into the skin to hydrate and soften.
Bamboo is a multitasker when it comes to skincare. It has excellent moisturizing properties with good sun screening abilities. It can lessen melanin production, helping dark spots fade away. It hydrates skin, fights wrinkles and even speeds up healing.
The powerful antioxidant beta carotene protects skin from UV rays, pollution and stress, and carotenoids decrease skin damage. It’s anti-aging, with vitamins C and E to rejuvenate, stimulate growth and repair cells.
Often used in tea, it’s flowers have flavonoids which help contribute to the alleviation of redness and itchiness of the skin. It is used as a conditioning agent to help restore suppleness to the skin and decreases the appearance of dry and flaky skin.
The healthy fatty acids in coconut are deeply hydrating, conditioning and plumping, while its vitamins and antioxidants fight aging. It’s soothing, with antimicrobial properties that kill acne-causing bacteria.
Antioxidants and silica help fade dark circles, scars and pigmentation, and ascorbic acid decreases puffiness. It’s cooling, eradicates oiliness, relieves blemishes and tightens skin thanks to manganese and potassium.
A great cleansing and purifying agent that helps rejuvenate and invigorate the skin. Because of its antibacterial, antifungal and anti-inflammatory properties, it also makes a great organic treatment to acne and other minor skin problems.
Ginseng’s phytonutrients, vitamins and minerals rid skin of free radicals, increase collagen production, eliminate dead cells and create glow. Additionally, it improves subcutaneous vascular circulation.
One of the most effective known natural ingredients, grape seed contains super antioxidants and reservatrol, which protect, plump and repair skin tissue. Easily absorbed, its alpha hydroxy acids enhance youthfulness.
The antioxidants and vitamins in grapefruit act to even skin tone and fight free radical damage. Its exfoliating and astringent properties can improve oily skin, and it increases the skin’s pH, which reduces acne.
Used topically, this ingredient helps protect against and actually reduce sun damage. Its polyphenols have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties that help slow some signs of aging.
A superfood for skin, this waxy ingredient delivers long-lasting moisture and balances oil production. It’s antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, rich in minerals, gentle and reduces scarring, making it effective for acne.
Beyond its calming aroma, lavender is antiseptic and antifungal, inhibits bacteria, regulates sebum production and helps reduce scarring. It is healing and especially soothing for sensitive skin conditions.
Rich in vitamin C and citric acid, antibacterial lemon is a natural brightener that lightens dark and age spots over time. It also contains free radical–neutralizing antioxidants that boost collagen production.
The fruit is an excellent source of vitamin A and the loquat leaf helps to combat edema and histamine-induced skin contraction. Loquat is a known anti-cancer agent that helps soothe the skin and provide balance for skin health.
Full of antioxidants, emollients and healthy fatty acids like linoleic acid, olive is incredibly hydrating. It has been shown to protect against UVB damage and aging, and it’s anti-inflammatory.
Essential fatty acids in rose hip aid skin cell regeneration and help repair damaged tissue while improving the appearance of scars and wrinkles. Trans-retinoic acid, aka vitamin A, reduces sun damage.
This ancient herb supports and stimulates collagen development, improves skin circulation and delivers healing moisture. With antibacterial and antifungal properties, it’s effective against acne, eczema and psoriasis.
A powerful antibacterial, sage is also antimicrobial and antiseptic. Antioxidants help reverse the signs of aging and protect from damaging free radicals, while calcium and vitamin A delay the onset of wrinkles.
Vitamin- and mineral-rich seaweed strengthens the skin and reduces inflammation. The natural exfoliant draws fluid and toxins from the complexion, cleansing dead cells and impurities from the skin’s surface.
Fatty acids boost collagen and elastin formation, while antibacterial properties prevent acne. Vitamin E and antioxidants neutralize free radicals and protect sun and environmental damage and wrinkles.
One of the most important skin care ingredients, this source of antioxidants defends skin from free radical damage. Its easily absorbed nutrients boost collagen, speed cell regeneration and heal wounds and scars.
A natural alternative to plastic beads, walnut shell is a safe exfoliant used to slough off dead skin cells. It also contains oils and antioxidants that protect, repair and hydrate damaged, dry skin.
Willow bark naturally contains salicylic acid, which reduces the signs of aging by improving wrinkles, roughness, pore size, hyperpigmentation and firmness. It reduces breakouts, tames inflammation and exfoliates.
An ancient medicinal remedy, this is clarifying, tightening, antibacterial and antiseptic. It treats many skin disorders by removing oil from the skin, shrinking blood vessels, minimizing