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Acai is a berry that has been classified as a superfood. Essentially this means that it is hyper-loaded with antioxidants and minerals. It has been nicknamed the "beauty berry" too because it contains a wide array of benefits for your beautiful skin: It contains vitamins A, B, C, and E as well as omega fatty acids. It can revive dull and tired- looking skin, heal and repair damaged skin cells and restore moisture to dehydrated skin. It has incredible anti-inflammatory properties, and there is plenty of clinical research that supports its age-prevention abilities as well.


What is Algae anyway? The term "algae" covers many different organisms capable of producing oxygen through photosynthesis that grow in marine habitats. Algae contain chlorophyll but lack true stems, roots, leaves, and vascular tissue. Not only does algae have some wonderful protective properties, it is also extremely moisturizing. It can help to regulate moisture balance in the varied and deep layers of skin. It works as a natural humectant, providing a reserve of water in the tissues, locking water in the upper layers of the skin, keeping it supple and hydrated. Algae provides the skin with minerals and trace elements, essential nutrients that help our skin maintain and reinforce its natural functions. Key minerals found in algae are: magnesium, which relaxes the body, soothes, and calms the skin; Potassium: which purifies and helps to push fluids and toxins out of the skins cells; Sodium: which hydrates by drawing moisture into the cells, keeping skin soft and supple; Calcium: which assists with collagen and elastin production; Iodine: which detoxifies and increases the body’s metabolism and stimulates cellular renewal; and bromide: which relaxes and soothes the skin's tissues. With all these skin-loving benefits, it is no wonder that algae is a popular ingredient in many of our skin care applications.

Aloe Vera

Aloe Vera is a plant that has been used by cultures for centuries to heal and soothe various skin ailments. Containing antioxidants, enzymes, and vitamins A and C, it heals and brightens burns, active blemishes, hyperpigmentation, and alleviates dry skin and associated itchiness. Aloe Vera’s amazing benefits include preventing premature ageing and reducing acne. Used topically, aloe Vera even soothes irritated skin.


Besides for the healthy amount of vitamin A found in apricots, which has long been associated with healthier skin, the antioxidants found in them protect the skin from the effects of free radicals, which can lead to skin deterioration and signs of premature aging. Apricot extract/oil also heals damaged skin without undesirable side effects. A peeling formula produced from apricot kernels helps in getting rid of the old, dead skin cells on the surface of your skin and enables new skin cells to re-grow and surface. This exfoliating action helps eliminate fine lines and small wrinkles by eradicating the damaged surface cells. Apricot oil also helps in maintaining skin clarity, suppleness, and elasticity. Apricot oil is also great for dry, irritated skin due to its high content of essential fatty acids and vitamin A. Its moisturizing properties keep your skin cells hydrated and counteract any drying effects associated with exfoliating your skin, leaving you with a healthier and softer skin surface.

Argan Oil

Argan oil, the oil extracted from the fruit of Morocco’s Argan trees, is one of the latest miracle ingredients in the beauty world. Its benefits know no boundaries. Argan oil is most commonly used as a skin moisturizer to hydrate and soften skin. Argan oil is rich in Vitamins A and E, essential fatty acids, and proteins, which promote the regeneration of stressed and mature skin. Argan Oil restores texture, elasticity and tone while reducing inflammation. Argan oil is the ideal product to boost your skin. It absorbs easily into your skin and is non-greasy to the touch, which makes it a great natural moisturizer.

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