Chia Seed Oil
Evening Primrose Oil
Kudzu Root Extract
Marshmallow Root Extract
Meadowfoam Seed Oil
Natural Fruit Acids
Nettle Seed Extract
Plum Kernel Oil
Quince Leaf Extract
Raspberry Oil Ceramides
Red Ginseng Extract
Rooibos Tea Extract
Sea Whip Extract
Three Lime Blend
White Peony Extract
Willow Bark Extract
- draws impurities and detoxifies pores
- mattifies excess oil
- minimizes the look of pores
Trusted by the ancient Egyptians, Activated Charcoal is known for its ability to absorb toxins.
- hydrates and locks in moisture
Grown for thousands of years in Asia and Europe, Apple is known to contain Malic Acids to give the appearance of radiant skin.
- nourishes skin with essential fatty acids
Native to Morocco, Argan Oil is often referred to as “liquid gold”.
- nourishes and calms
- a natural cooling agent
A known homeopathic remedy in Eastern Europe, Arnica helps reduce skin irritation.
- nourishes and comforts
Avocado was used centuries ago by Aztec civilizations as a skin moisturizer.
- nourishes, hydrates and ensures smooth application
- gently exfoliates
Known for its soothing properties, Eastern cultures have used Bamboo for centuries.
- hydrates and softens
Grown on “The Tree of Life,” Boabob has been used in Africa for centuries to revitalize skin and hair.
- decongests pores and controls excess sebum
Used in India for centuries, Basil is known for its healing properties.
- detoxifies without over-drying
- helps support natural elasticity and smoothness
- boosts skin firmness for younger looking skin
Early Europeans used Blackberries to help hydrate skin during cold and dry months.
- hydrates and nourishes
A wildflower also known as the “starflower”, Borage has been used for hundreds of years to enhance moisture.
- soothes and comforts
Native to California, Poppy is known for its ability to thrive in harsh conditions.
- known antioxidant helps replenish essential moisture
Known as the “rose of winter”, Camellia was adopted by geishas to remove makeup and keep skin glowing.
- brightens, smooths and improves texture
Native to the Amazon, Camu Camu contains 30x more Vitamin C than an orange.
- rich in Omega 3 Fatty Acids
- helps replenish skin moisture
The Mayan word for strength, Chia is one of the richest sources of Omega 3 Fatty Acids.
- brightens skin and fights oxidative stress
Known for its ability to thrive in the harsh conditions of the Arctic, Cloudberry is rich in Vitamin C.
- hydrates and nourishes while providing antioxidant protection
- excellent moisturizer that softens and smooths
Used for centuries in South East Asia, Coconut is known for its multipurpose use.
- nourishes, hydrates and relieves
- soothes, calms and comforts
One of the oldest cultivated crops, Cucumber is known for its high water content.
- calms, soothes and refreshes
Native to Australia, Eucalyptus is known for its anti-inflammatory properties.
- rich source of fatty acids
- nourishes and softens
- natural source of omega essential fatty acids to deeply condition lips
Native Americans traditionally soaked Evening Primrose plants in warm water to soothe skin.
- wakes tired eyes and reduces puffiness
Native to Columbia, Green Coffee has been used for centuries for its invigorating properties.
- helps visibly firm and tone
- provides essential antioxidant protection
Frequently used in traditional medicine, Hibiscus aids in smoothing and firming skin.
- increases moisture without irritating skin
Native to Southeast Asia, Jasmine is known for its soothing properties.
- soothes and calms
Abundantly grown in North America, Juniper Berry is known for its skin soothing properties.
- brightens and addresses uneven skin tone
Native to Australia, Kakadu Plum contains 55x more Vitamin C than a single orange.
- helps draw out impurities
- absorbs excess surface oil and shine
In Morocco, Kaolin Clay was traditionally used to help detoxify skin.
- boosts moisture and soothes skin
Indigenous to Southeast Asia, the Kiwi fruit has been known to inhabitants of China since ancient times.
- reveals younger looking skin
Traditionally used in Japanese medicine, Kudzu promotes the apperance of younger looking skin.
- naturally brightens the appearance of dark spots
Known for its health benefits as far back as ancient China, Licorice Root aids in fading dark spots.
- soothes and calms
- provides nutrients and antioxidant properties
Native to Arctic Tundras found in Scandinavia, Lingonberry is known for its antioxidant properties.
- helps soothe and refresh
In Southeast Asia, Lotus Flower is known as “The Sacred Flower.”
- moisturizes and improves skin tone and texture
- nourishes and balances moisture
Harvested from the sea, Algae has been used in Korea for centuries to enhance skin tone and texture.
- soothes redness
- moisturizes and calms
Dating back to ancient Egypt, Marshmallow is known to provide temporary relief for skin irritation.
- hydrates and provides antioxidant properties
Meadowfoam Seed was used by Native Americans as a moisturizer.
- rids skin of impurities
Used for centuries in Europe, Moor Mud is known for its mineral-rich content and detoxifying properties.
- naturally exfoliates and smooths for more radiant skin
Used in Korea, Natural Fruit Acids are known for their exfoliating properties.
- conditions and enhances lashes
Dating as far back as Ancient Greece, Nettle Seed has been used for its many skin and hair benefits.
- naturally helps exfoliate and moisturize, revealing brighter skin
Known as the “fruit of angels,” Papaya is used for its natural exfoliating properties.
- retains moisture for optimal hydration
Native to the Amazon, Passionfruit Oil is known for its nourishing properties.
- contains vitamins, minerals, and essential fatty acids to help nourish
Native to China, Peach is known for its rich content of Vitamin A and C to help soothe and promote the appearance of softer skin.
- replenishes moisture
Plums date back to the 12th century where the oil, rich in oleic acid, was used for moisturizing.
- rich in antioxidants that help defend skin from irritants
Rich in ancient symbolism, Pomegranate has been used to enhance the complexion.
- natural exfoliant to smooth lips
Highly recognized in Ayurveda, Poppy Seeds are known for their skin smoothing properties.
- mattifies and reduces the size and number of visible pores
Highly prized by ancient civilizations, Quince is known for its rich antioxidant properties.
- helps sooth and moisturize
- replenishes essential moisture and plumps
First cultivated by the Romans, Raspberry is rich in antioxidants.
- purifies and helps improve clarity
Sourced from around the world, Red Clay is naturally rich in iron and helps promote skin clarity.
- nourishes, visibly improves firmness and tones
An herbal remedy used for over 2,000 years, Red Ginseng is known for its revitalizing properties.
- rich in antioxidants that calm and soothe
Harvested from the South African Red Bush, Rooibos Tea helps fight free radicals.
- contains vitamins and omega fatty acids that help improve visual skin tone and texture
- provides smooth application
Harvested from the seeds of rose bushes grown in Chile, Romans used rosehip oil as a moisturizing step in their skin care routine.
- mattifies skin and controls excess facial oil
Native to the Mediterranean, Rosemary was used in ancient times for its therapeutic properties.
- soothes inflammation and reduces redness
Native to the Caribbean, Sea Whip is known as a powerful anti-inflammatory.
- helps purify and support clearer looking skin
Native Australians used Tea Tree for its healing properties.
- gently exfoliates and brightens for a healthy glow
Believed to have been first grown in Southeast Asia, Limes are an excellent source of Vitamin C.
- draws out toxins and impurities from pores
Used by Melanesians, Volcanic Ash is known for its high sulfur content.
- absorbs excess oil and shine without overdrying
- cleanses pores and exfoliates
One of Cleopatra’s beauty secrets, White Clay is known for its ability to absorb impurities.
- offers moisturizing and soothing properties to skin
Since the ancient times, Greeks and Romans have used White Lily for its healing properties.
- helps even skin tone
Native to China, White Peony is known for its soothing properties.
- helps fight free radicals
- provides antioxidant properties
Known for its fragrant and flowery aroma, White Tea helps keep skin looking more youthful.
- reduces the appearance of pores and mattifies
- promotes clearer looking skin
- helps calm and soothe skin
Used for centuries in China, Willow Bark is known as a natural form of salicylic acid.