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Dog-Rose

(Rosa Canina)

Dog Rose fruit extract is a good source of vitamins A and C and essential fatty acids. These molecules combined support collagen production, which helps reduce wrinkling and help prevent dry skin. Anti-inflammatory benefits have been reported, increasing wound healing and helping to treat skin conditions such as eczema. [1]

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SHEA

(Butyrospermum Parkii)

Shea butter is extracted from shea tree nuts. High concentrations of fatty acids and vitamins make she butter an ideal cosmetic ingredient for softening and moisturizing skin. Shea butter also has anti-inflammatory and healing properties, calming redness and swelling in damaged skin. [1,2]

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Alcohol

(Alcohol Denat.)

Obtained from sugar cane fermentation. Alcohol is well known for its antiseptic and antimicrobial properties.

Effective against most bacteria, viruses and fungi. [3]

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Asiatic Pennywort (Centella Asiatica)

Centella Asiatica extracts have been used as medicinal herbs for thousands of years. Research suggests this plant have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects. Furthermore, it appears to have wound healing and anti-aging properties due to the ability to increase the levels of collagen in the skin. Other skin benefits include anti-redness, soothing and hydrating properties. [4]

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Chamomile

(Chamomilla Recutita)

Rich in antioxidants, its flower extract is known to stimulate skin’s metabolism. It reduces skin water loss and improves moister. Relieves skin irritations and regenerates tissues. [5]

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Chinese Skullcap

(Scutellaria Baicalensis)

Its root extract is abundant in flavonoids, powerful antioxidants with significant anti-inflammatory properties. It is widely used in cosmetics for relieving skin itching and irritation. [6]

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Japanese Knotweed (Polygonum Cuspidatum)

Its root extract is very rich in polyphenolic antioxidants, such as resveratrol. These molecules help thwart free radicals before they can damage skin and help reduce signs of irritation. [7]

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Licorice

(Glycyrrhiza Glabra)

Its root extract is known to contain  glycyrrhizin, a compound that has  anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial properties. It is commonly used to treat eczema  and acne. Furthermore, it is a rich source of antioxidants known for skin lightening and anti-aging benefits. [8]

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Glycerin

Attracts water, keeping your skin hydrated. Protects against irritation and helps to restore skin barrier. [9]

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Hyaluronic Acid

(Sodium Hyaluronate)

Known for its moisturizing properties, it absorbs up to 1000 times its weight in water. Helps maintain skin elasticity, preventing premature aging. [10]

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Rosemary

(Rosemarinus Officinalis)

Its leaf extract is a source of highly active antioxidants. These molecules decrease the formation of free radicals and help to repair the damaged skin. [11]