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Obtained from seeds of Simmondsia Chinensis bush. The plant is grown in Spain, but also in many countries of the Americas, Africa and Asia, as well as Australia and New Zealand. It is obtained by cold-pressing of seeds. The oil nourishes, softens, hydrates, regulates sebum secretion, accelerates skin cell regeneration, soothes inflammations
Porcelain clay, its name comes from the Chinese Kao-ling Mountain where it was extracted for the first time. It cleanses skin of impurities and sebum excess. It soothes, smooths and brightens skin.
A biomimetic keratin, a highly specialized, active, conditioning ingredient; it corresponds to keratin in hair cortex. It’s been developed in order to aim at damaged hair parts, the most damaged areas on its surface, replenishing natural keratin loss; it facilitates hair combing.
Naturally present in sour dairy products (yoghurt, buttermilk), silage and sour soup. It is obtained during the natural process of fermentation of sugars influenced by lactic bacteria. Its effects are very mild, when added to formulation in low concentrations, it regulates the skin pH. It helps maintain a slightly acidic pH which supports the development of favorable bacterial flora.
A citrus fruit; it probably comes from South-East Asia, nowadays, it is grown on many continents. In many countries, it is still used as a medicine: In India it is used to treat indigestion, in Malaysia – to relieve abdominal pain. It has a slightly green flesh, is more juicy and fragrant than lemon. It contains a large amount of vitamin C, bioflavonoids, minerals and essential oils. Lime also contains fruit enzymes and acids which regulate the process of epidermis exfoliation and even skin colour.
Shows strong antiseptic effects – it is used as a natural medicine which effectively reduces inflammations, facilitates healing of wounds and also helps to get rid of acne and dandruff. It provides the Aleppo soap with its characteristic, subtle scent (% shows the laurel oil content in the soap).
Is responsible for optimal skin hydration, one molecule of hyaluronic acid binds about 250 molecules of water. It penetrates deeper layers of epidermis and creates a net which collagen and elastin attach themselves to; it accelerates the process of epidermis regeneration, smooths and softens, eliminates flaking.
A cold-pressed oil from nuts of the ever-green macadamia tree which comes from the tropical forests of Australia. Its little fruit, with a hard shell and edible flesh, is said to be one of the sweetest nuts in the world. Its colour ranges from light yellow to amber. Due to the fact that it’s light and absorbs really quickly, it is known as the “vanishing oil”. Rich in vitamins (A, B, E), minerals, squalene, and most of all fatty acids, including Omega-7 which is unique in plants, but occurs naturally in skin. Because of that, it shows a great biocompatibility with skin which tolerates it perfectly. The oil enhances elasticity, regenerates, nourishes, softens and soothes irritation; it is also recommended for pregnant women (stretch marks) and children.
Classified as a kind of a cucumber and belongs to the pumpkin family; the traces of its crops, which date back to 2000 years B.C., have been found in Egyptian archeological sites. It has also been known in ancient Rome and Greece. It has many varieties which differ in shape, size, flesh color and taste. Melon flesh contains sugars, carotene, vitamins (A, C, E, PP and vitamins B) and mineral compounds (mainly potassium). Melon extract has firming properties, improves elasticity and the level of hydration, softens and rejuvenates skin.
Soothes irritation and accelerates skin healing. It contains an enzyme with strong viricidal, bactericidal and fungicidal properties. It supports skin it the treatment of acne, eczemas and dermatoses.
an organic ecologically pure extract of Alpine crops; it has anti-oxidizing, antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties; it accelerates skin regeneration and healing, supports collagen synthesis.
Olea Europaea is an evergreen tree – one of the oldest and most appreciated trees in the world. It grows in a warm and dry climate, grows up to 4-12 m of height and reaches the age of even up to 3000 years. Its fruit is a small drupe – an olive. Ripe olives have the colour varying from light green to violet black (the colour is determined by the stage of fruit ripening). Olive extract is rich in vitamins A, B, C, D and E, carotene, phospholipids, phosphorus, potassium and iron. It has regenerating and smoothing properties, improves hydration and elasticity of the skin.
Obtained in the process of cold-pressing of olive flesh, rich in fatty acids, anti-oxidative polyphenols and a natural antioxidant – vitamin E. It strengthens the natural protective barrier, protects against adverse weather conditions, smooths and oils skin.
The symbol of eternal youth. It activates vital processes in the skin, stimulates collagen and elastin synthesis, supports healing and regeneration. It has anti-wrinkle effects, visibly reduces discolorations and imperfections. It soothes irritation, provides proper hydration of epidermis and harmonization of senses.