Consumers have become more conscious of what they put on their face. As a clean beauty brands ourselves, we could not be happier about the shift. When buying self-care products, one should know exactly what is being applied to their body. We have compiled a list of ingredients that will hopefully help you make better purchasing decisions.
This nourishing elixir is rich in vitamin A, B6, C, and E. It is also a good source of magnesium which is best absorbed topically and fights premature aging. Coconut Milk is known to be moisturizing and soothing to irritated/sensitive skin. It works by cooling and softening the skin which results in bringing down inflammation.
Our products contain both spinach and alfalfa extracts which are part of the superfood chain. Spinach is rich in vitamin K and folate which help to even out and clear the complexion. Great at healing acne and bruising of the skin. Alfalfa also happens to brighten and soothe skin with its high amounts of antioxidants. It also consists of vitamins like A, B, C, D, and E which provide revitalization and overall body hydration.
One of the most common skincare ingredients that you may only know for its aromatic qualities. Lavender is actually a multitasking hero that helps improve many skin concerns. It aids in moisturizing dry skin and bringing down any inflammation. It also is an anti-bacterial agent which can be used for fighting fungal infections on the body. The scent of lavender itself is used to calm the body and increase your chances of having a good nights rest.
The flower of love uses vitamins and antioxidants to moisturize dry skin. Rose is an astringent which in return helps tighten pores and reduce inflammation due to rosacea instances. It has the power to rebalance your skin's pH which tones the skin and prepares it for the next step in your self-care routine. Its aroma is known to aid in depression and relieve stress from the body.
It is best known for its anti-inflammatory and anti-microbial properties. It helps to heal any abrasions or wound on the body and brings down overall body inflammation. Aloe Vera cools and hydrates dehydrated skin, which makes it one of the best ways to take in moisture for oilier skin types.