Skin-loving Ingredients

Natural, Clean and Gentle

Natural vegan skincare, cruelty free, no harsh chemicals, no synthetic fragrances
Natural vegan skincare, cruelty free, no harsh chemicals, no synthetic fragrances

The quality of our ingredients is important to us. We use a combination of the best quality natural and organic ingredients, each one is carefully selected and formulated with sensitive skin in mind to nourish, protect and strengthen the skin, ensuring it is healthy and glowing.

Our skincare products are made in small batches in a laboratory in UK to ensure the freshest quality and maximum lifespan.

Ingredient Glossary

Aloe vera
  1. Itself, it’s water-based thus it’s naturally hydrating.
  2. It contains diverse amino acids, zinc, vitamins C and E which promote wound healing by ensuring the correct production of collagen and other building compounds.
  3. It’s widely antimicrobial.
Apple extract
  1. The vivid and intensive color cares for its high levels of antioxidants.
  2. Besides, it provides the skin with a wide array of vitamins and microelements.
Apricot kernel oil
  1. It’s rich in polyunsaturated fatty acids like linoleic acid which are similar to the natural lipids in the skin - they effectively replenish the skin’s lipid barrier. Moreover, they are anti-inflammatory.
  2. It contains another building ingredient - essential amino acids.
  3. It’s a true vitamin and mineral bomb, nourishing the skin.
Argan oil
  1. The main active ingredients of argan oil are phenolic compounds and tocopherol (Vitamin E).
  2. Additionally, it contains squalene - a moisturizing agent that is naturally present in our skin.
Arnica oil
  1. It’s been proven particularly effective in inflammatory skin conditions like eczema or dermatitis and irritation. Its lipid profile stands out when it comes to soothing the inflamed skin.
  2. It’s also active against a wide spectrum of bacteria, viruses and fungi to which the injured skin is especially susceptible.
Avocado oil
  1. A rich, nourishing oil that is high in essential fatty acids and vitamins A, D and E. Help to restore moisture to dry and damaged skin.
  2. Aside from its beneficial composition of lipids, avocado oil is abundant in phytosterols of significant antioxidant activity.
Blackcurrant extract
  1. The vivid and intensive color cares for its high levels of antioxidants.
  2. Besides, it provides the skin with a wide array of vitamins and microelements.
Coconut oil
  1. It’s known for containing plethora of medium chain fatty acids, among which lauric acid is of extraordinary antimicrobial activity. It prevents infections as well as supports the growth of healthy skin bacterial flora.
  2. It promotes wound healing.
  3. It’s composed of vitamins E and K that are responsible for scavenging free radicals and maintaining firmness of the skin.
Ethylhexylglycerin

It is a skin-softening agent and is also used as a preservative. It ensures that the bacteria will stay out of our products and that it therefore has a longer shelf life, meaning that you can enjoy it as long as possible.

Fig extract
  1. The vivid and intensive color cares for its high levels of antioxidants.
  2. Besides, it provides the skin with a wide array of vitamins and microelements.
Hyaluronic acid
  1. It is capable of holding up to 1,000 times its own weight in water, making it an optimal hydrator for all skin types.
  2. It acts as a sponge, drawing water from the atmosphere – resulting in hydrated and smoother skin.
  3. Its large molecules bind and keep water in the layers of our skin. It hydrates excellently.
Olive oil
  1. It’s been proven to teem with phenols and tocopherols (vitamin E) of very potent antioxidant activity.
  2. The olive oil lipids efficaciously lock in moisture and soothe irritated areas.
Passionfruit extract
  1. The vivid and intensive color cares for its high levels of antioxidants.
  2. Besides, it provides the skin with a wide array of vitamins and microelements.
Phenoxyethanol

It is a widely used and globally approved paraben-free preservative for use in all cosmetic products in concentrations up to 1%. Used together with ingredients like ethylhexylglycerin. It protects the product from spoiling and keeping it fresh and safe to use for your skin.

We never add more than 1% in our products and despite trying a wide range of other preservatives, we’ve found this to be the best one in the market that doesn’t contain potentially dangerous and harsh chemicals.

Rosehip oil
  1. It’s comprised of anti-inflammatory and skin barrier-replenishing unsaturated fatty acids. The lipids of rosehip oil are also of the kind that is especially helpful in different inflammatory skin conditions.
  2. It’s a really effective antioxidant thanks to tocopherols (vitamin E) and carotenoids.
Shea butter
  1. It’s the butter of the best healing profile out of all butters. Its lipid profile cares well about that. That’s why shea butter is a phenomenal moisturizer and an irritation reliever.
  2. Among miscellaneous vitamins it possesses, its high content of vitamin E deserves its spotlight. Vitamin E is so far the most potent known antioxidant.
Sunflower oil
  1. It also contains lipids similar to those naturally present in our skin; hence it’s been shown to strengthen the skin’s natural protective barrier. Its fats promote epidermal ceramide production.
  2. It’s got plenty of antioxidant tocopherols (vitamin E) what gives sunflower oil anti-inflammatory and anti-wrinkling properties. It cares for the healthy skin structure as well as protects it from detrimental environmental factors.
Vitamin C (Sodium Ascorbyl Phosphate)
  1. A stable, water-soluble derivative, this form of vitamin C is gentle on skin without causing irritations.
  2. It effectively brightens skin and protects skin cells from the damage of UV radiation, pollution, and other environmental factors with antioxidants.
Vitamin E (Tocopherol )
  1. Vitamin E or tocopherol is the most potent known antioxidant that exists.
  2. Reducing oxidative stress entails decreased production of inflammatory markers, protection against unfavorable environmental factors like pollution and the sun rays as well as stabilizing the healthy structure of macromolecules in skin cells. The last one stands for skin cancer and wrinkling prevention.
Wheatgerm oil

It’s rich in unsaturated fatty acids and various forms of tocopherol (vitamin E).

Zinc oxide
  1. It’s widely used as a sun damage-preventing agent.
  2. It enhances the health-giving properties of other ingredients.
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