ingredients glossary

we want to give you peace of mind on the effective but gentle nature of our formulas, so we have put together an ingredients glossary that is a comprehensive collection of what's in our products, all of which have been carefully chosen by us, then assessed & approved by dermatologists.

Fig 1. kaolin

a clay which absorbs excess oil & helps draw out impurities

Fig 1. kaolin

a clay which absorbs excess oil & helps draw out impurities

Fig 2. moringa oleifera seed extract – maltodextrin

contains several antioxidants. proven to help protect skin against daily environmental aggressors like pollution

Fig 2. moringa oleifera seed extract – maltodextrin

contains several antioxidants. proven to help protect skin against daily environmental aggressors like pollution

Fig 3. tocopheryl acetate (vitamin E)

a naturally occurring antioxidant, helping to support happy, healthy looking skin

Fig 3. tocopheryl acetate (vitamin E)

a naturally occurring antioxidant, helping to support happy, healthy looking skin

Fig 4. cocos nucifera (coconut) oil

a plant-derived fatty acid oil extracted from the rich white lining of coconuts. this oil nourishes, conditions, softens & keeps skin moisturised for longer

Fig 4. cocos nucifera (coconut) oil

a plant-derived fatty acid oil extracted from the rich white lining of coconuts. this oil nourishes, conditions, softens & keeps skin moisturised for longer

Fig 5. hibiscus sabdariffa flower water

known to be rich in antioxidants for fresher and smoother skin, promoting a bright complexion

Fig 5. hibiscus sabdariffa flower water

known to be rich in antioxidants for fresher and smoother skin, promoting a bright complexion

Fig 6. chamomilla matricaria flower extract

used for its soothing & anti-inflammatory effects, leaving the skin feeling fresh & cared for

Fig 6. chamomilla matricaria flower extract

used for its soothing & anti-inflammatory effects, leaving the skin feeling fresh & cared for

Fig 7. salix alba bark extract (willow bark)

a well-known skincare ingredient for blemished skin, known for its antioxidant & soothing properties

Fig 7. salix alba bark extract (willow bark)

a well-known skincare ingredient for blemished skin, known for its antioxidant & soothing properties

Fig 8. betaine

a gentle hydrating ingredient that helps skin adapt to moisture losses & gains, balancing skin’s own natural hydration

Fig 8. betaine

a gentle hydrating ingredient that helps skin adapt to moisture losses & gains, balancing skin’s own natural hydration

Fig 9. carthamus tinctorius seed oil (safflower)

contains beneficial fatty acids. this oil nourishes, conditions, softens & helps keeps skin moisturised for longer

Fig 9. carthamus tinctorius seed oil (safflower)

contains beneficial fatty acids. this oil nourishes, conditions, softens & helps keeps skin moisturised for longer

Fig 10. sodium hydroxypropylsulfonate laurylglucoside crosspolymer

a gentle cleansing system

Fig 10. sodium hydroxypropylsulfonate laurylglucoside crosspolymer

a gentle cleansing system

Fig 11. camellia sinensis leaf extract (green tea)

packed full of antioxidants & anti-inflammatory benefits, which help to soothe & calm the skin

Fig 11. camellia sinensis leaf extract (green tea)

packed full of antioxidants & anti-inflammatory benefits, which help to soothe & calm the skin

Fig 12. rosa damascena flower water

famously known for its soothing antioxidant properties & helps to hydrate skin for a natural dewy complexion

Fig 12. rosa damascena flower water

famously known for its soothing antioxidant properties & helps to hydrate skin for a natural dewy complexion

Fig 13. sodium C14-16 olefin sulfonate

a gentle cleansing system

Fig 13. sodium C14-16 olefin sulfonate

a gentle cleansing system

Fig 14. aloe barbadensis leaf extract/juice powder

well-known ingredient for treating dry/sensitive skin. aloe is used in skincare to smooth, protect & hydrate skin

Fig 14. aloe barbadensis leaf extract/juice powder

well-known ingredient for treating dry/sensitive skin. aloe is used in skincare to smooth, protect & hydrate skin

Fig 15. glycerin

a natural component of healthy skin. its skin benefits are numerous, but it primarily serves to hydrate skin & help it hold on to moisture

Fig 15. glycerin

a natural component of healthy skin. its skin benefits are numerous, but it primarily serves to hydrate skin & help it hold on to moisture

Fig 16. chondrus crispus (carrageenan)

also known as red algae, is a type of seaweed that’s a rich source of many nutrients for skin. the natural peptides & amino acids in red algae also help skin to stay hydrated

Fig 16. chondrus crispus (carrageenan)

also known as red algae, is a type of seaweed that’s a rich source of many nutrients for skin. the natural peptides & amino acids in red algae also help skin to stay hydrated

Fig 17. niacinamide (vitamin B3)

works with the natural substances in your skin to help visibly minimise enlarged pores, improve uneven skin tone, diminish signs of dullness, & strengthen weakened skin, whilst improving skin’s barrier (its first line of defence)

Fig 17. niacinamide (vitamin B3)

works with the natural substances in your skin to help visibly minimise enlarged pores, improve uneven skin tone, diminish signs of dullness, & strengthen weakened skin, whilst improving skin’s barrier (its first line of defence)

Fig 18. butyrospermum parkii (shea) butter

mainly used for its hydrating abilities, helping to protect the skin barrier & prevent moisture loss

Fig 18. butyrospermum parkii (shea) butter

mainly used for its hydrating abilities, helping to protect the skin barrier & prevent moisture loss

Fig 19. avena sativa (oat) kernel flour

known to help absorb excess oil. helps to mattify the appearance of the skin, leaving the skin smooth & hydrated

Fig 19. avena sativa (oat) kernel flour

known to help absorb excess oil. helps to mattify the appearance of the skin, leaving the skin smooth & hydrated

Fig 20. helianthus annuus (sunflower) seed oil

great source of vitamin E, rich in nutrients & antioxidants, sunflower oil helps protect & promote healthy-looking skin

Fig 20. helianthus annuus (sunflower) seed oil

great source of vitamin E, rich in nutrients & antioxidants, sunflower oil helps protect & promote healthy-looking skin

Fig 21. almond milk

enhances the softness of skin to the touch & replenishes skins moisture balance

Fig 21. almond milk

enhances the softness of skin to the touch & replenishes skins moisture balance

Fig 22. sodium hyaluronate

a salt derivative from hyaluronic acid, it can penetrate deeper into the layers of the skin - making it vital to maintaining the skin's layers, plumpness & structure

Fig 22. sodium hyaluronate

a salt derivative from hyaluronic acid, it can penetrate deeper into the layers of the skin - making it vital to maintaining the skin's layers, plumpness & structure

Fig 23. oryza sativa (rice) germ powder

a natural alternative to microbeads for gentle yet effective exfoliation

Fig 23. oryza sativa (rice) germ powder

a natural alternative to microbeads for gentle yet effective exfoliation