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  • Allantoin -

    Extracted from the root of the comfrey plant, Allantoin is a non-irritating ingredient that soothes and protects the skin. With the ability to help heal the skin and stimulate new tissue growth, it's a great all-rounder for keeping skin at the top of its game.

  • Aloe barbadensis (aloe) hydrosol water -

    Aloe Vera Hydrosol tightens pores, heals, soothes, and replenishes moisture in the skin. The Aloe Vera plant, Aloe barbadensis, has been used as a natural skin treatment since ancient times and continues to be a popular choice for healing salves and skincare worldwide.

  • Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice (Aloe Vera Extract) -

    Aloe vera is a common household plant known for its skin healing properties. Using aloe vera on the face can help moisturize skin. Regularly applying a small amount of aloe vera to the face can help treat various skin conditions, including acne, eczema, and sunburn.

  • Aqua -

    Water is primarily used as a solvent in cosmetics and personal care products. It dissolves many of the ingredients that impart skin benefits, such as conditioning agents and cleansing agents. Water also forms emulsions in which the oil and water components of the product are combined to form creams and lotions.

  • Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea Butter) -

    Shea butter is a plant lipid extracted from the karite tree, is used as an emollient in cosmetics and has smoothing properties for dry skin.

  • Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride -

    Derived from coconut oil and glycerin, it's considered an excellent emollient and skin-replenishing ingredient. It's included in cosmetics due to its mix of fatty acids that skin can use to replenish its surface and resist moisture loss. Caprylic/capric triglyceride can also function as a thickener, but its chief job is to moisturize and replenish skin. This ingredient's value for skin is made more remarkable by the fact that it's considered gentle.

  • Caprylyl Glycol -

    Skin and hair conditioning agent that may be plant-derived or synthetic. Often used as part of a preservative blend in cosmetics.

  • Carthamus Tinctorius (Safflower) Seed Oil*** -

    Emollient oil is derived from the safflower (Carthamus tinctorius) plant, similar to all non-fragrant plant oils. Safflower seed oil contains beneficial fatty acids, primarily linolenic acid, that can help diminish signs and occurrence of dry skin.

  • Citric Acid -

    Extract derived from citrus fruits and used primarily in small amounts to adjust the pH of products to prevent them from being too alkaline.Citric acid is an AHA, and as such, it can exfoliate the skin in the right formula and concentration.

  • Citrus Grandis (Grapefruit) Fruit Extract -

    Grapefruit, Citrus grandis or Citrus paradisi, is a citrus fruit indigenous to the West Indies and is now cultivated in warm subtropical climates throughout the world. Grapefruit contains Vitamin C & B5, potassium, iron, calcium and folate. Pink and red grapefruit also contains lyco­pene, a phytonutrient that can help fight oxygen free radicals. For this reason, this powerful antioxi­dant is commonly found in anti-ageing and anti-wrinkle products. Due to the antioxidant and detoxifying nature of phytonutrients found in grapefruit, it is used as a beneficial natural ingredient in skin and hair care.

  • Coarse Salt -

    Salt helps cleanse pores deeply, balance oil production and thwart bacteria that can instigate breakouts and acne. The macro and trace minerals found in salts are necessary for our health. They can be drawn into the bloodstream during a warm bath, which can help to balance out the entire body.

  • Coco Caprylate -

    Coco caprylate/caprate is made by combining esters from coconut-derived fatty alcohol (the non-drying kind) with caprylic and capric acids, also from coconut. It may be plant-derived or synthetic--Paula's Choice uses the natural form--and functions as a lightweight emollient.
    Along with providing emollient benefits, this ingredient can also help solubilize other cosmetic ingredients. It is considered safe as used in cosmetics.

  • Coco-Glucoside -

    Coco-glucoside is a mixture of fatty alcohol from coconut and glucose. Chiefly functions as a cleansing agent. Maybe plant-derived or manufactured synthetically.

    The gentle surfactant used in skincare products, almost always as a secondary cleansing agent and lather booster. When used alone as the sole cleansing agent, it is too mild to clean adult skin and hair.

  • Cocoamidopropyl Betaine -

    Cocamidopropyl betaine may be plant-derived or synthetic, with either form considered safe for use in cosmetic products.

  • Daucus Carota (Carrot Seed) Distillate -

    Carrot Seed Hydrosol helps to promote the growth of healthy new skin cells. It is a good choice for anti-ageing formulations and formulations intended to treat eczema, psoriasis, scars, burns, rashes and damaged skin.

  • Diazolidinyl Urea -

    Water-soluble preservative.

  • Disodium EDTA -

    Short for disodium ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid. Used as a chelating agent in cosmetic products, meaning it prevents ingredients in a formula from binding with trace elements (mainly minerals) that can be present in water. Studies have found that EDTA, including disodium EDTA, as used in cosmetic formulations are safe.

  • Geranium Rose Flower Hydrosol -

    Geranium is an exceptionally great hydrosol, treating everything from acne to ageing to eczema. It is very soothing and calming for irritated or damaged skin; it helps treat sunburns, bruises, and mild cuts, Will also soothes inflamed skin.

  • Ginkgo Extract (Ginkgo Biloba Leaf Extract)* -

    Potent antioxidant and soothing ingredient.

    Now, research conducted at Emory University in Atlanta, GA, has found that ginkgo seed extract has antibacterial properties. More specifically, it can fight off Cutibacterium acnes, Staphylococcus aureus, and Streptococcus pyogenes — three types of bacteria that cause acne, psoriasis, dermatitis, or eczema.


    Ginseng is a popular herbal supplement. When applied topically, it delivers antioxidant benefits, boosts hydration, and helps visibly improve signs of skin ageing. Suitable for sensitive skin: If sensitive skin is your worry, ginseng's natural anti-inflammatory properties help quell redness and puffiness. It also is a calm remedy for acne and psoriasis.

  • Glycerin* -

    Glycerin is great for the skin because it acts as a humectant, which is a substance that allows the skin to retain moisture. It can increase skin hydration, relieve dryness, and refresh the skin's surface. It's also an emollient, which means it can soften skin.

  • Glycine soja (Soybean) Oil** -

    Soybean oil is rich in vitamin E, a nutrient that can help promote skin health. Applying it topically may protect against inflammation and soothe the skin retain moisture.

  • Grain Alcohol -

    Assists with product penetration and absorption of your cosmetics and products to help them work and deliver needed results.

  • Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower Seed) Oil -

    Sunflower seed oil is an excellent source of vitamin E, is rich in nutrients and antioxidants, and effectively combatting skincare issues like acne, inflammation, eczema, general redness and skin irritation.

  • Himalayan Salt -

    Himalayan salt baths might be an excellent way to treat acne on hard-to-reach areas of the body where breakouts occur, such as the back or shoulders. Mineral baths have been shown to have benefits for people with psoriasis or eczema.

  • Hyaluronic Acid -

    Hyaluronic acid is a vital naturally occurring substance that's part of the skin's youth-supporting matrix.
    Hyaluronic acid is also a humectant, a category of skincare ingredients that are hygroscopic, meaning they draw moisture from their surroundings. Humectants are often found in water-based moisturizers, serums, and other leave-on skincare products because of their ability to help boost hydration for all skin types, especially for dry, dehydrated skin.
    Component of skin tissue. Synthetic variations are used in skincare products to function as a superior skin-replenishing ingredient. Hyaluronic acid has restorative abilities and can boost skin's moisture content, soothe, and defend against moisture loss. It can hold up to 1,000 times its weight in water, making it an optimal hydrator for all skin types.
    In addition to its function as a superior skin-restoring ingredient, hyaluronic acid also provides an antioxidant defence against environmental assault. Consumed orally via supplements, hyaluronic acid (both low and high molecular weights) can improve skin's ability to stay hydrated, visibly decrease wrinkle depth and surface roughness, and help reinforce skin's protective barrier.

  • Hydrolyzed Silk Protein -

    A protein substance (also called sericin) is formed by converting silk, the soft, lustrous thread obtained from the silkworm's cocoon. Silk protein can have water-binding properties for the skin. However, whether the protein applied to the skin is derived from animals or plants, the skin can't tell the difference. There is a small amount of research showing silk protein may have topical antioxidant properties.

  • Hydroxypropyltrimonim Honey -

    A honey-derived ingredient with twice the moisturizing ability of glycerin.
    honey also has vital benefits in skincare due to its amino acid, peptide, antioxidant, and natural antibacterial composition. Antioxidants found in honey include vitamins A, C, and E and flavonoid compounds triacetin, quercetin, and luteolin. Along with antioxidant and soothing properties, honey also works on the skin's surface by forming a barrier that helps reduce the buildup of harmful substances, which can impede healing.

  • Illite / Kaolin (French Pink Clay) -

    Rose clay skin benefits are anti-ageing, balancing, smoothing, and rejuvenation without the risk of over-exfoliating. Unlike other clays, the texture and mineral content of rose clay keep it from overdrying skin. Many clays can completely strip the surface layer. Though this can feel like a deep cleanse, it's pretty harsh for most skin types. Rose clay is soft, earthy, and mild on the skin. It absorbs impurities and gently exfoliates the skin. Rose clay absorbs excess dirt, oil, and sebum. As it dries, the clay pulls impurities that get lodged deep within pores. This is like pressing the reset button for the skin, helping restore a balance in oil production. Rose clay gently polishes, smoothes, and physically exfoliates the skin. Rose clay is ideal for mature and ageing skin that lacks elasticity and collagen. The application of detoxifying clay can stimulate cellular regeneration that slows as we get older. Over time, rose clay can aid in restoring impaired tissue function that allows the skin to automate its natural self-cleaning and balancing abilities that diminish with time. Exfoliating with rose clay keeps skin rejuvenated. By improving circulation and skin cell production, fine lines and wrinkles become increasingly harder to form. Skin appears more lifted, plump, and firm.

  • Iodopropynyl Butylcarbamate -

    Synthetic preservatives are typically used in concentrations of 0.1% or less. It should always be used with other preservatives in water-based products. Texture enhancer and emollient as used in cosmetics. There is also research showing it can help enhance the absorption of ingredients in a cosmetic formula.

  • Isopropyl Myristate -

    Texture enhancer and emollient as used in cosmetics. There is also research showing it can help enhance the absorption of ingredients in a cosmetic formula.

    Isopropyl myristate is that mortar, filling cracks between the skin cells so that moisture can't escape. Softens the skin: As an emollient, it also helps soften and smooth dry skin1, which is why this is a choice ingredient for those with dry or flaky skin.

    Isopropyl myristate is often called out as a nasty pore-clogging ingredient; however, this assessment comes from dated research that doesn't apply to how this ingredient is used in today's cosmetics.

  • Jasminum Officinale Oil -

    Jasmine essential oil acts as an effective antibacterial, soothing dry skin and eczema and increasing cell turnover to lighten the appearance of scars. Treating skin imbalances holistically, jasmine balances hormone levels and works as a formidable stress-reducing therapy.

  • Linalool -

    Linalool helps to improve the scent and taste of cosmetic and skincare formulations. It may also have added benefits, acting as an anti-stress and soothing ingredient.

  • Linolenic Acid -

    Naturally occurring, the colorless polyunsaturated fatty acid liquid that functions as a skin-conditioning agent and skin-restorative ingredient. Also known as alpha-linolenic acid, this ingredient is a plant-based omega-3 fatty acid that occurs in vegetable oil and flaxseed oil and canola and soy oils. Walnuts are a top dietary source of this fatty acid. Linolenic acid has research showing topical application helps improve many skin concerns.

  • Linum Usitatissimum Seed Oil*** -

    Linum usitastissimum (linseed) seed oil is derived From seeds of the flax plant, a natural source of essential fatty acids, particularly omega-3.

    Which is more commonly known as flaxseed oil. It's a significant plant source of omega fatty acids, primarily an omega-3 fatty acid (linolenic acid) that's been shown to have a soothing effect on the skin.
    These polyunsaturated fatty acids, including oleic, linoleic, palmitic, and stearic acids, enhance skin hydration by preventing moisture loss. Linseed/flax oil has been shown to penetrate skin's uppermost layers easily, carrying other beneficial ingredients with it (but those ingredients also have to be oil-soluble so, for example, linseed wouldn't be a good carrier for water-soluble vitamin C but is excellent for delivering oil-soluble vitamin E).
    Linseed oil is also a top source of lignans, phenolic plant compounds that have the antioxidant ability.

  • Magnesium Sulfate (Epsom Salt) -

    Epsom salt bathwater can soften rough, dry skin, and exfoliate dead skin cells. It may also soothe skin affected by skin conditions, including eczema and psoriasis.

  • Mediterainan salt -

    Mediterranean sea salt is also rich in minerals including potassium, iodine and magnesium that will help alleviate and soothe any skin conditions, while helping to calm and ease a restless mind or any tension in the body.

  • Mica -

    Earth mineral is included in products to give them sparkle and shine.

  • Niacinimide -

    Also known as vitamin B3 and nicotinic acid, niacinamide is an effective skin-restoring ingredient that offers multiple benefits for ageing and blemish-prone skin. Among these benefits is the ability to visibly improve the appearance of enlarged pores, uneven skin tone, fine lines, dullness, and a weakened skin surface. Niacinamide can also mitigate and, to some extent, help visibly repair damage from UV light and offset other sources of environmental attack, including the negative impact of various types of airborne pollutants. Unlike many beneficial ingredients, niacinamide is stable in the presence of heat and light.

  • Oenothera Biennis (Evening Primrose) Oil* -

    Evening primrose oil comes from the seeds of the Oenothera biennis plant, which grows in North America and parts of Europe.
    Evening primrose oil contains high concentrations of omega-6 polyunsaturated fatty acids. These compounds possess potent anti-inflammatory properties, which may help treat and prevent acne.

    It moisturizes and soothes, and it can enhance the texture and elasticity of the skin, addressing dryness, irritation, roughness and wrinkles.

  • Olea Europaea (Olive) Fruit Oil*** -

    Emollient plant oil (Latin name Olea europaea) with benefits similar to several other non-fragrant plant oils.
    Olive oil is beneficial for dry skin because of its fatty acid content, which comes from the emollient squalene. Olive oil contains essential fatty acids dry skin needs, including oleic, palmitic, and linoleic acids. It also contains phenolic compounds that provide antioxidant benefits.
    A small number of animal tests show that topically applied olive oil can protect against environmental damage.

  • Olus Oil -

    Extracted from seeds like soybean, olive, cotton, etc vegetable oil is known for its plethora of health benefits. A perfect solution for those with dry skin, vegetable oil contains linoleic acid that creates a protective layer on the skin's surface and keeps it moisturized. Also, it prevents skin damage done by chemicals like uric acid. Being jam-packed in lauric acid, vegetable oil like coconut can kill the bacteria responsible for causing acne.

  • Opuntia Vulgaris (prickly pear)* extract -

    Prickly Pear is a gentle ingredient that can be used by all skin types. Because of its soothing properties, it's especially ideal for those with acne-prone, dry, sensitive, or inflamed skin. The ingredient is also an excellent age-defying ingredient and can help improve the overall tone and texture of your complexion. Cactus extract benefits all types of skin, given its many soothing, firming, youthful rewards. In oily skin routines, the cactus extract provides the skin with rich vitamins and minerals. Cactus extract is rich in linoleic acid, which helps break down this accumulation and flush the excess sebum from the pores.

  • Phenoxyethanol -

    Phenoxyethanol is a widely used synthetic preservative that has global approval for use in all cosmetic products in concentrations up to 1%. Phenoxyethanol has become the new skincare ingredient demonized by various retail/natural marketing cosmetic companies and websites. The controversy is similar to the absurdity over paraben preservatives. Parabens were made evil in skincare products because of studies showing they are endocrine disruptors. Still, parabens don't have that property when they absorb into the skin. Much like parabens, phenoxyethanol being a problem in cosmetics is based on research that has nothing to do with skincare. The negative research about phenoxyethanol is not about the cosmetics-grade version. That's a big difference. Even plant extracts have to be purified when removed from the ground and put into skincare products. No one wants worms, fertilizer, heavy metals, and dirt in their products. Phenoxyethanol is the same situation; it is purified before it is used in cosmetic formulations.
    As with many cosmetic ingredients, concentration matters, a 100% concentration of phenoxyethanol comes with some scary warnings. For example, the Safety Data Sheet on this preservative describes it as harmful if it contacts skin, is inhaled or gets into the eyes. Animal studies have shown it causes reproductive and developmental toxicity—no wonder some panic is occurring! As it turns out, the animal studies were about mice being fed large doses of this preservative, not about it being applied to the skin, absorbing, and then causing reproductive or developmental harm. If you fed mice mass amounts of lavender or other essential oils, they would suffer terrible consequences.
    The rest of the alarming studies are about using phenoxyethanol in full-strength or atypically high concentrations, not 1% or less used in cosmetic products. Think of it as the difference between taking one sip of wine versus chugging several bottles at once!
    Back to topical use, research has shown that compared to many other preservatives, the incidence of a sensitized or allergic reaction to phenoxyethanol applied as used in cosmetics is rare. But the truth is all preservatives, even the natural ones, carry some risk of sensitizing skin. That's because preservatives of any kind are meant to kill fungus, bacteria, and mould, which can negatively impact the skin. Ironically, for natural preservatives to be effective, they have to be used in much higher amounts than synthetic preservatives, typically up to 10%. This higher amount poses irritation and sensitizing problems for the skin, so natural preservatives aren't a slam-dunk replacement for synthetics, not even close.

  • Polysorbate 20 -

    A large group of ingredients (including the common polysorbate 20) is most often derived from lauric acid, which is derived from coconuts. Polysorbates function as emulsifiers and have mild surfactant properties; some polysorbates are derived from the food ingredient sorbitol, which occurs naturally in many fruits, while others have a fatty acid component. Polysorbates are considered non-toxic and safe as used in the concentrations found in cosmetics and food products (in food products, polysorbates function as stabilizers).

  • Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis* -

    As ancient cultures used almond oil as a medicine to treat dry skin and hypertrophic (a big word for white and raised) scars and general skin rejuvenation. Almond oil is rich in vitamin D, vitamin E (Tocopherol) and various minerals that help soothe the skin from irritation, protect the skin from UV radiation damage and restore the skin's moisture barrier. More than soothing dry skin, almond oil can improve complexion and skin tone. It's highly emollient, which means it helps to balance the absorption of moisture and water loss. Because it is antibacterial and full of vitamin A, almond oil can be used to treat acne. Its vitamin E concentration can also help heal sun damage, reduce the signs of ageing, and fade scars.

  • Rosa canina Fruit (Rosehip) Oil*** -

    Rosehip oil is packed with beauty essentials like anti-inflammatory fatty acids and vitamins A and C. These ingredients allow rosehip oil to treat signs of ageing and pigmentation, hydrate skin, repair damaged skin, and provide a solid protective antioxidant boost. The astringent properties in rosehip oil help tighten your pores and brighten your skin. Rosehip oil may help your skin regain elasticity if you've noticed some sagging lately. Anti-inflammatory fatty acids and vitamins A and C — make this oil a potential solution for fading any facial scars or unsightly marks. Together this helps undo and prevent oxidative damage and soothe the skin rebuild collagen; It can help fade skin hyperpigmentation and potentially minimize the appearance of fine lines and even stretch marks.

  • Rosa Damascena Flower Oil*** -

    Skincare products containing rose essential oil is purported to hydrate dry skin, clear acne, reduce signs of ageing, minimize the appearance of scars, and help with conditions such as eczema and rosacea.

  • Rose Water -

    Rosewater has been used for thousands of years, including in the Middle Ages. It's thought to have originated in what is now Iran. It's been used traditionally in both beauty products and food and drink products. One of the greatest benefits of rose water is its potent anti-inflammatory properties. These properties can help treat multiple ailments, both internal and external. It may even help soothe the irritation of eczema or rosacea. Rosewater has been used as a beauty product for thousands of years, so it's no surprise that it can improve your complexion and reduce skin redness. The antibacterial properties may help reduce acne. The anti-inflammatory properties can reduce skin redness and puffiness. Rosewater has powerful antiseptic properties, which can prevent and treat infections. Rose petals and rose oil contain several potent antioxidants, which can help protect cells from damage. One study found that these antioxidants had potential lipid peroxidation inhibitory effects. This provides powerful cell protection as a result. Rosewater has antiseptic and antibacterial properties that can help wounds heal faster. These properties can help clean and fight off the infection from cuts and burns. They can also help cuts, burns, and even scars heal faster. Rosewater is often found in beauty products aimed to reduce wrinkles. That's because it may have anti-ageing effects. In addition to soothing irritated skin, it may reduce the appearance of wrinkles when applied topically.

  • Rosmarinus Officinalis Flower Water (Rosemary Hydrosol)* -

    Rosemary hydrosol restores skin elasticity and minimizes sagging. With its mild, pleasant scent, Rosemary hydrosol is an excellent toner for normal to oily skin. It can help revitalize tired skin and feet, as well as improve mental alertness and restore energy. Rosemary Hydrosol can help calm irritations, blemishes, bumps, and roughness. Rosemary is also helpful in treating scars and acne.
    Rosemary is also an analgesic, giving it a little extra punch in helping to relieve pain associated with various skin irritations.

  • Salicylic Acid -

    Also called beta-hydroxy acid (BHA), this multifunctional ingredient addresses many of the systemic causes of acne. Its primary benefit is as an exfoliant, helping shed dead skin in a way similar to how skin acts when we are younger. Because it can penetrate the pore lining and exfoliate inside the pore and on the surface of the skin, it is especially effective for reducing breakouts, including blackheads and whiteheads.
    In addition to these benefits, salicylic acid also has soothing properties to calm aggravated skin, can help minimize the appearance of an uneven skin tone, and has hydrating abilities that can result in smoother skin.

  • Simmondsia Chinensis Seed -

    Emollient, non-fragrant oil (technically, a polyunsaturated wax) is extracted from a perennial shrub's seeds. Jojoba oil has been shown to enhance skin's restorative properties.
    A plant oil rich source of numerous fatty acids, jojoba oil, can also provide topical skin-soothing benefits. Its texture is similar to the oil (sebum) human skin produces, one more reason it's a brilliant ingredient for dry skin—and potentially problematic for those with oily skin prone to clogged pores and breakouts. Note that jojoba wax is considered more of an issue for breakout-prone skin than jojoba oil.
    Jojoba oil distinguishes feeling lighter and less greasy than many other oils, particularly highly saturated oils such as coconut. Jojoba oil is also one of the more stable plant oils in use today.

  • Sodium Hylouronate -

    The salt form of skin-replenishing ingredient hyaluronic acid.


    SOY BUTTER IS an effective moisturizing agent for hydrating the skin's moisture barrier while softening dry, chafed, and rough skin. Rich in Omega 3 and Omega 6 fatty acids restore collagen and increase skin's elasticity, diminishing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

  • Sucrose* -

    Sugar can also help you achieve clearer skin. The gentle abrasion of a sugar scrub removes damaged or dead skin cells and unclogs pores. This helps prevent many skin issues such as blackheads, skin blemishes, breakouts, and acne. Sugar can be one of the most effective ingredients when trying to lighten your skin; the granules help exfoliate and cleanse skin while opening pores for moisture. Mixed properly, sugar can lighten and soften your skin after just a few applications.

  • Tamarind Seed Extract -

    Tamarind pulp contains alpha-hydroxy acids (AHA), which are known for their exfoliating properties. Tamarind seeds contain phosphorus, magnesium, vitamin c, potassium, calcium and amino acids. Extracts of tamarind seeds contain xyloglucans, which are used in many cosmetics and pharmaceutical products. They are typically used for treating minor skin rashes. Tamarind seed extracts are beneficial for skincare. Tamarind seed boosts skin elasticity, provides hydration and smoothness. This contains hyaluronic acid that helps in skin moisturized and smooths fine lines and wrinkles.
    They unclog the pores, reduce age-related spots and blemishes, and keep your skin clear. It also has an anti-ageing effect on your skin. This is due to the presence of alpha-hydroxy acids in tamarind.

  • Tocopherol (Vitamin E Oil) -

    Vitamin E is a powerful antioxidant that may be effective at reducing UV damage in the skin. And vitamin E applied topically.

  • Vanilla Planifolia Extract* -

    vanilla is rich in antioxidants which neutralize free radicals and reverse skin damage caused by them. It helps to slow down signs of ageing like fine lines, wrinkles and age spots. It not only leaves your skin feeling rejuvenated but also smelling lovely

  • Vitis Vinifera (Grapeseed) -

    Grapeseed oil helps the vitamin E and vitamin C in your skin to be more efficient and effective at preserving your skin. The oil is a by-product of the process of making wine. It's known for its
    antioxidant properties
    These properties, along with the high amounts of omega chain fatty acids and vitamin E contained in grapeseed oil, have made it a popular, topical treatment for the skin. Because of the proven antimicrobial properties of grapeseed oil, some people use it to treat acne outbreaks. By attacking bacteria that can get deep into your pores and cause breakouts, grapeseed oil can make your skin clearer. Grapeseed oil makes skin softer and more elastic. Grapeseed oil contains a powerful antioxidant ingredient called proanthocyanidin. This antioxidant may even out skin tone when it's used on your skin consistently. The powerful antioxidants in grapeseed oil help to protect your skin from absorbing the total damage of UV rays.

  • Xanthan Gum -

    Natural ingredient used as a thickening agent, texture enhancer, and to stabilize emulsions, which is a general term for mixtures of unlike substances such as oil and water.

  • Zingiber officinale (Ginger) Root Oil -

    Used topically, Ginger Essential Oil soothes redness, eliminates bacteria, inhibits the signs of skin damage and ageing, and restores colour and radiance to a dull complexion.

    It also protects skin from signs of ageing, kills germs that can cause acne. The primary chemical constituents of Ginger Oil are Camphene, B-Phellandrene, α-Pinene, Geranial, Zingiberene, β-Bisabolene, β-Sesquiphellandrene, and Curcumin.

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