Ingredients

Moringa Oil

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Moringa Oil

Moringa Oil is extracted from the seeds of Moringa Tree, which is a miracle tree native to South East Asia. Moringa oil has rich nutrients and composition similar to olive oil. It has 90 nutrients and has 9 essential amino acids, omega-3 fatty acids, chlorophyll and anti-inflammatory substances. It is lighter than olive oil and penetrates into the skin more rapidly. Moringa Oil has a similar chemical composition compared to Olive Oil. The fatty acid composition is as follows: palmitic 9.3%, palmitoleic 2.4%, stearic 3.5%, oleic 78.0%, linoleic 0.6%, linolenic 1.6%, arachidic 1.8% and behenic 2.6%. This is a 2%...

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Cannabis Sativa (Hemp) Seed Oil

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Cannabis Sativa (Hemp) Seed Oil

Cannabis sativa (hemp) seed oil contains a very high percentage of CBD, and is packed with amino acids, minerals and vitamins that are essential for healthy looking skin. It offers the myriad benefits of CBD without  TCH or accompanying psychoactive effects. It is perfect for most skin types as it can moisturize without clogging your pores. It can even help to balance out oily skin, hydrating it and regulating the skin's oil production.   Hemp seed oil contains an adequate supply of antioxidants including Vitamin E and Beta-Carotene; two compounds that help maintain healthy skin. We only use organic, unrefined,...

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Using good bacteria to fight bad bacteria in skincare?

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Using good bacteria to fight bad bacteria in skincare?

We developed a spot treatment gel using good bacteria, Bacillus Ferment & Saccharomyces Ferment Filtrate, to fight off acne formation.These ferment filtrates are derived from the ferment of a certain type of bacteria strain, called Pseudoalteromonas. This ingredients are very useful to reduce sebum production, which helps control oil buildup and shine on oily or acne-prone skin. In Vivo Tests 22 Caucasian female volunteers with combination skin were given a cream containing 2% Bacillus Ferment & Saccharomyces Ferment Filtrate, and applied to half their face, while a placebo cream was applied to the other half. Using a light reflectance principle,...

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How to build up skin tolerance for Retinol - 0.5% ~ 2.0% ?

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How to build up skin tolerance for Retinol - 0.5% ~ 2.0% ?

We recommend starting with Retinol once a week. After the skin builds up more tolerance, you may increase usage frequency to twice a week then every other night. 0.5%  - Ferulic + C Night Cream 1.0%  - Retinol & Collagen Cream-Serum 2.0% - Retinol + E in Cold Pressed Moringa Oil If your skin is sensitive, please wet your skin with an alcohol-free essence toner before applying a thin layer of retinol product. Do not use a retinol product after an acid peel, laser, microdermabrasion or any kinds of skin resurfacing treatments since this may cause skin sensitivity. Please apply...

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100% pure plant oils vs. aromatherapy face oils

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100% pure plant oils vs. aromatherapy face oils

At this moment, 2 plant oils are available on our site Prickly Pear Oil Rosehip Oil They are 100% pure, undiluted with any cheaper oils, essential oil free, cold-pressed, extra virgin and organic. Rosehip oil contains natural pro-vitamin A, that is very gentle to the skin compared to active Retinol while prickly pear oil with vitamin K, is very nourishing to hydrate and brighten the skin tones. We have 2 aromatherapy face oils with the highest grade essential oil blends. Rose oil is blended with rose absolute, coQ10 , tomato lycopene, vitamin C in a base of prickly pear and...

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