Glossary

  1. Cambodian Agar Wood Oil

    Cambodian Agar wood, also known as Gaharu, is a rare and precious wood found in Cambodia.
  2. Sandalwood Oil

    Sandalwood oil is an essential oil obtained from the steam distillation of chips and billets cut from the heartwood of various species of sandalwood trees, mainly Santalum album and Santalum spicatum.
  3. Hops Extract

    Hops are the flowers of the hop plant Humulus Lupulus, a member of the Cannabaceae family of flowering plants.
  4. Propanediol

    Propanediol is a colorless liquid that's naturally derived from corn sugar and works as a natural preservative. 
  5. Calcium

    Calcium plays an essential role in the human body and is necessary to ensure our cells, nerves, and bones function properly. When there is a lack of calcium in the blood, the body will take calcium from the bones, which weakens them....
  6. Rose Geranium Leaf oil

    Rose Geranium leaves smell strongly like roses and is reputed to balance the skin's natural oil production, minimize the appearance of enlarged pores...
  7. Lime oil

    Limes are quite the powerhouse when it comes to skincare.

    When applied topically, Lime benefits your skin in several ways. Being rich in powerful antioxidants like Vitamin C, citric acid, and flavonoids, lime provides multiple benefits to your skin...

  8. Geranium oil

    Geranium Oil has a lush, leafy-green scent with a slight hint of pepper. In aromatherapy, it is used to soothe and relax...
  9. Citronella oil

    Famed for its invigorating sweet and refreshing citrus-like aroma, it improves complexion by evening out the skin tone, clear blocked pores, and also reduces various signs of ageing....
  10. Salicylic acid

    Salicylic acid is an oil-soluble ingredient and that means it can penetrate more deeply into the layers of the skin than other exfoliants, through the lipid layers between the skin cells...
  11. Hydrolyzed Collagen

    Hydrolyzed collagen is collagen that is broken down into small protein chains, called collagen peptides, that are made of a few amino acids...
  12. Decyl Glucoside

    Decyl glucoside is a mild agent and non-toxic. It is a naturally derived, biodegradable surfactant with vast uses and benefits because of its natural properties...
  13. AHA

    AHAs are water soluble acids made from sugary fruits. They help peel away the surface of your skin so new cells can generate and leave you with a smoother complexion.
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  14. Kaolin

    Kaolinite is a clay mineral used to draw out impurities and toxins from the pores...
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  15. Isopropyl Myristate

    Helps lock in moisture, and enhance the penetration of other key ingredients.

  16. Potassium Hydroxide

    Potassium Hydroxide is used as a cleansing agent and helps to stabilizer the pH of a product.
  17. Sodium Hydroxide

    Sodium Hydroxide helps maximise the efficacy of products that require the pH to be held within a very specific range.

  18. Carbomer

    Unlike active ingredients that offer results-driven value to a product, carbomers are inactive ingredients that help those active ingredients work so well.
  19. Sodium Stearate

    Sodium Stearate is the sodium salt of stearic acid, it is a cleansing agent known for its rich, creamy foam.
  20. Vegetable Stearin

    Vegetable stearate, another name for magnesium stearate, is a natural form of magnesium found in plants...
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  21. Niacinamide

    An essential nutrient for the development and function of the skin cells. The skin utilizes it to optimize various processes, such as to repair damaged DNA...
  22. Alum stone

    Alum Stone, a potassium-rich mineral extracted from a rock, has the distinction of having a leaf-like appearance. Alum was long used to clarify muddy water to make it potable. It envelops the impurities suspended in the water , thereby clarifying the liquid...
  23. Tea tree oil

    Tea tree oil is enriched with a compound known as Terpinen-4-ol that has all the good stuff, namely strong antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory effects...
  24. Sugar

    Sucrose, a disaccharide, is a sugar composed of glucose and fructose subunits. It is produced naturally in plants and is the main constituent of white sugar...
  25. Patchouli oil

    Patchouli oil is an essential oil derived from the leaves of the patchouli plant, a type of aromatic herb...
  26. Petitgrain oil

    Petitgrain is an essential oil that is extracted from the leaves and green twigs of the bitter orange tree via steam distillation. It is also known as petitgrain bigarade...
  27. Peppermint oil

    Peppermint oil naturally cleanses the skin and has antiseptic and antibacterial properties. It has a cooling effect which soothes irritation and inflammation due to acne for example...
  28. Neroli essential oil

    Neroli is one of the most widely used floral oils in perfumery. It blends well with other citrus oils and floral absolutes...
  29. Myrrh oil

    In pharmacology, myrrh is used as an antiseptic, in some liniments and healing salves that may be applied to abrasions and other minor skin ailments...
  30. Menthol

    Menthol present skin wound healing activity by modulating the antioxidant system of the cells and the inflammatory response...
  31. Linoleic acid

    Linoleic Acid is an unsaturated Omega-6 fatty acid found in various seeds and nuts (we get ours from rosehip). Used topically, it hydrates and conditions the skin...
  32. Eucalyptus Oil

    Eucalyptus oil helps to stimulate the immune system and improve the respiratory circulation...
  33. Cedar wood oil

    Cedarwood Oil is distilled from the wood of cedar trees. It is known for its pleasant woodsy scent and multitude of benefits...
  34. Cassia oil

    Extracted from the bark of a Cinnamomum cassia plant, Cassia oil protects the skin and naturally treat acne.
  35. Cacao butter

    Cocoa butter is a type of fat that comes from cocoa beans.
    Cocoa butter has emollient properties. Due to its fatty acid content, it deeply hydrate the skin and it prevents the skin from dryness. It is also nourishing due to the oleic, palmitic, and stearic acids in its composition, all known for preventing dry skin...
  36. Cucumber oil

    Cucumber oil is a skincare superfood with multiple benefits.
    Rich in linoleic acid, Vitamin E, and other nutrients, Cucumber Seed Oil is an excellent anti-ager...
  37. Basil oil

    Loaded with powerful antioxidants and nutrients, Basil is one of the best herbs that have ever been discovered in skincare...

  38. Zinc oxide

    One of the safest ingredients, zinc oxide can give your skin the protection it needs from harmful UV rays...
  39. Ylang Ylang flower oil

    Ylang-ylang essential oil has hydrating properties that aid in maintaining the skin's oil production and keeps it well-nourished...
  40. Xanthan gum

    Xanthan gum in skin care is used as an agent, texture enhancer, and to stabilize emulsions...
  41. Vitamin C

    Vitamin C is an essential nutrient required for the growth and repair of tissues in all parts of the body, including the skin...
  42. Virgin coconut oil

    Coconut oil is rich in medium-chain fatty acids, which helps retain the moisture content of your skin while helping it look and feel silky smooth...
  43. UVA / UVB

    Octocrylene is a chemical sunscreen ingredient that, once absorbed into the skin, captures harmful UV rays...
  44. Triethanolamine

    Triethanolamine might not have any particular benefits for the skin, but it does function in a few different ways...
  45. Titanium dioxide

    Titanium dioxide is a naturally occurring mineral that's used mainly in sunscreens. Because of its ability to help protect the skin from the widest spectrum of UV light...
  46. Triisopropanolamine

    Triisopropanolamine is an amine used for a variety of industrial applications including as an emulsifier, stabilizer, and chemical intermediate...
  47. Tocopherol

    The most abundant, purest form of Vitamin E, Tocopherol is a powerful antioxidant that plays an important role in neutralizing free radicals...
  48. Soybean oil

    Soybean oil is a vegetable oil extracted from crushed soybeans. Soybean oil contains linoleic acid which helps strengthen the skin’s moisture barrier...
  49. Squalane

    Squalane is derived from sugarcane, a hydrocarbon found in many plants and animals (including humans).  It is great for softening or smoothing the skin, and helps to support the natural outer barrier of the skin...
  50. Salt

    Our body needs salt to function. Sodium is a mineral and a nutrient that’s naturally occurring...