Ingredients

Colorant-free skincare

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Colorant-free skincare

Colorant-free skin care ❤🧡💛💚💙 We do not use any dyes, mica, crystal (which is the better name for mica) nor any synthetic colorants in our skin care products.All natural colors comes from the unrefined cold-pressed oils, herbs, plant extracts and clay (for masks). Made in California, USA

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The best body creams

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The best body creams

Body creams for winter skin are finally here! Oatmeal and soy milk butter cream is a buttery creamy body moisturizer made with organic non-GMO soy milk and colloidal oatmeal. It deeply hydrated cracked skin without being greasy. This unscented formula carries a very light aroma of raw cocoa butter. 10% olive oil soft cream is a whipped fluffly moisture cream made with calendula infusion. Unscented. You may smell the sweetness of the highest grade extra virgin olive oil, which doesn't linger after absorption.  

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Face cream with Sepiwhite and Niacinamide

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Face cream with Sepiwhite and Niacinamide

White luminescence cream is formulated with super-powered SepiWhite MSH and Niacinamide. It acts to visually plump, hydrate and brighten skin while visibly improves skin clarity by reducing the appearance of dark spots. Combining effective botanical whitening agents like Kakadu Plum, Lemon Bioferment and Licorice Root Extracts, this creamy moisturizer helps reduce the look of melanin for a perfectly even complexion. Natural creamy golden hue comes from unrefined pumpkin seed oil which is rich in essential fatty acids  

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Truth about Prickly Pear Oil

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Truth about Prickly Pear Oil

Prickly pear oil contains skin-softening vitamins E and K with good amount of skin hydrating and nourishing fatty acids. These prevent the formation of wrinkles and fine lines, thus making prickly pear oil a good anti-aging face oil. Perfect for all skin types.

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Can I mix Niacinamide and Ascorbic Acid together ?

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Can I mix Niacinamide and Ascorbic Acid together ?

We formulate Niacinamide and Ascorbic Acid into 2 different products so that both active ingredients stay potent all the time. If you want to use Niacinamide and Ascorbic Acid in one routine, just layer Niacinamide serum and let it absorb into the skin completely before applying Ascorbic Acid. If you have sensitive skin, we suggest alternating your Niacinamide and Ascorbic Acid day to day.

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