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Ingredients & Uses

24k Gold

Otherwise called "nano-gold", colloidal gold are minor smaller scale meter measured particles suspended into a liquid arrangement and added to corrective items. These little particles are effortlessly consumed by the skin.


Allantoin is a characteristic extract found in a wide assortment of cosmetic items. It is a concentrate from the comfrey plant. This essential oil is broadly known for its hydrating capacities and exfoliating properties.

Aloe Barbadensis

Aloe Vera, also known as the medicinal aloe, is a species of succulent plant that has been used for centuries by natives for many health purposes.

Amino Acid

In skin-care products, Amino Acids act primarily as water-binding agents.

Apricot Kernel Oil

Apricot Kernel Oil is good for people with sensitive skin. It is non-irritant and soothing for the skin. It is light and quickly makes the skin soft, smooth and slows the signs of aging.

Argan Oil

Argan Oil comes from the seeds of the Argan tree, endemic to south-western Morocco. The oil, known worldwide for its cosmetic benefits. The oil is extremely beneficial for skin & hair care and provides remarkable shine.

Avocado Oil

Avocado Oil contains many vitamins that help skin rejuvenation and therefore is known for its anti-oxidant properties; vitamins include vitamin A, various B vitamins including B1 & B2, vitamin D and E, as well as beta-carotene, potassium as well as Lecithin.

Basil Oil

Basil oil’s anti-inflammatory property makes it an excellent skin remedy for irritations, small wounds, and sores. It has a soothing and relaxing effect that helps while dealing with eczema. Basil oil contains vitamin C that boosts skin cells metabolism. It maintains the skin and hair collagen, which is responsible for dermis layer and its elasticity.


Beeswax is one of the most commonly misunderstood cosmetic ingredients. It is actually great for helping hold in moisture and prevents clogging of pores.

Benzoic Acid

Also known as Butyloctyl Salicylate, Benzoic Acid acts as a PH adjuster and preservative, although it can also be used to add fragrance to a product. It's used in a variety of cosmetic products such as facial moisturizer, mouthwash, sunscreen, foundation, shampoo, cleanser and lipstick.

Beta Carotene

Beta-carotene, a major source of Vitamin A,  Beta-carotene, in cosmetics, has also been found to help reduce dryness and restore moisture in the skin.

Black Currant Seed Oil

Black Current Seed has anti-oxidative properties that can nourish your dry and damaged skin and restore its natural glow without any adverse effect.
The anti-inflammatory, antibacterial and anti-oxidative properties of black currants help you fight against a number of skin disorders.

Black Seed Oil

Nigella sativa has everything our skin thirsts for: essential fatty acids, vitamins, amino acids, and flavonoids.

It provides vitamins A, B, and C, along with minerals like calcium, potassium, magnesium, and zinc, giving skin what it needs to be healthy.

Borage Seed Oil

The Borage Plant has a small purple star-shaped flower. Only the seed of the flower are used for their rich oil. The seeds oil is high in the essential fatty acid gamma linolenic acid, a nutrient that is important for a healthy, well-functioning body.

Cabbage Rose Extract

Rosa Centifolia flower extract is an extract of the flowers of the cabbage rose, Rosa centifolia. It is classed as a biological product and is used as a miscellaneous skin-conditioning agent and fragrance ingredient. It is known as cabbage rose extract as well as rose extract.


Caffeine constricts blood vessels to reduce redness. This makes it an ideal treatment for facial flushing and rosaceae. Studies have indicated that caffeine may also repair the skin damage caused by exposure to UV rays. It is considered a stronger antioxidant than the polyphenols contained in green tea. Another added benefit of caffeine is that its topical use can tighten fine lines and smooth puffy skin.


Carbomers are thickening agents that help control the viscosity and flow of cosmetic products. They also help distribute and suspend insoluble solids into liquid, and prevent the oil and liquid parts of a solution from separating. They have the ability to absorb and retain water, and can swell up to 1000 times their original volume when dispersed in water.

Cetrimonium Chloride

Cetrimonium Chloride help to cleanse the skin and hair or to prevent odor by destroying or inhibiting the growth of microorganisms and by helping water to mix with oil and dirt so that they can be rinsed away. They also help to form emulsions by reducing the surface tension of the substances to be emulsified and help to distribute or to suspend an insoluble solid in a liquid and inhibit the buildup of static electricity.


Chamomile is an essential ingredient added to skin care and beauty cosmetic . This herb is naturally grown in many locations on earth. Chamomile contains active Flavonoid and Essential Oil compounds, 


Chrysin is a natural flavonoid occurring in various plants and foods such as propolis and honey, reportedly opposes inflammation and carcinogenesis (cancer-building) and protection of keratinocytes against UVA- and UVB-induced injuries and suggested its potential use in skin photoprotection.

Citric Acid

Citric Acid is an alkalizing agent occurring naturally in the citric acid fruits like oranges, grape fruit and lemons. in hair care products as an anti dandruff agent and in shampoos. Being an anti oxidant, it works to balance the alkaline levels in the skin.

Cocoa Butter

Cocoa Butter is a pure edible vegetable fat extracted from the cacao seed (cocoa beans). Cocoa butter is known for its ultimate moisturizing qualities and has been used for centuries around the world.

Coconut Oil

Coconut oil is extracted from the kernel of matured coconut harvested from the coconut palm. It is very rich in fiber, vitamins, and minerals especially vitamin E.


Collagen provides  the appearance of firmness  to skin. NM Cosmeceuticals only uses kosher collagen.

Coriander Oil

Coriander is an annual herb (Coriandrum Sativum) of the parsley family. The green leaves are called cilantro and are used in cooking as garnishes. This oil contains vitamin A and C, riboflavin, vitamin K, folic acid, calcium, iron, magnesium and potassium, and traces of niacin, vitamin B6, phosphor and zinc.

Crotein SPA

Crotein is a is an alcohol and water soluble wheat protein that is useful as a conditioning agent and film modifier in lotions and hair care products.

Cucumber Extract

Cucumber Extract has an extremely soothing effect on the skin. Composed of 90% water (cooling action), amino acids, proteins, lipids, and Vitamin C.

Cypress Oil

Cypress Oil is a diuretic, it helps the body remove excess water and salt that can lead to fluid retention. It also stimulates circulation by increasing blood flow. Use cypress oil topically to treat varicose veins, cellulite and any other condition that is caused by poor circulation

Dead Sea Mud

The black mud harvested from the banks of the Dead Sea is in fact alluvial silt washed down from the surrounding mountains and deposited on the shores of this inland salt sea. Layer upon layer of fine silt deposits have evolved over thousands of years to form a rich Dead Sea mud containing particularly high levels of magnesium, calcium, potassium, strontium, boron and iron. The resulting mineral-rich Dead Sea mud is a natural raw material that can be used by the body.

Dead Sea Salt

The Dead Sea, the world’s largest Natural Spa, with its unique features drawing in visitors from around the world searching for relaxation,  and relief  within its magical waters contains essential minerals. The Dead Sea’s mineral-rich waters consist of: Calcium, Zinc, Magnesium, Potassium, Sulfur, Phosphorus, Sodium, Lithium, Boron, Bromine, Strontium, Manganese and many others.

Decyl Glucoside

Derived from coconuts, Decyl Glucoside is non-ionic surfactant that's used as a cleansing agent. It's gentle enough for sensitive skin and can be used in baby products. It also possesses moisture binding properties that help make the skin feel smooth and soft. It can be found various personal care products such as facial cleanser, body wash, shampoo, liquid hand soap, hair dye, self tanner, exfoliant and bubble bath.

Dehydroacetic Acid

Dehydroacetic Acid kill microorganisms and prevent their growth and reproduction, thus protecting cosmetics and personal care products from spoilage.

 Diamond Dust

When diamonds are finely crushed, they can definitely provide luminosity and optically diffuse the skin.

Diazolidinyl Urea

An antimicrobial that's predominantly used as a preservative in cosmetic products, protecting them from from the bacteria, yeast and molds known to cause spoilage.


One of the most widely used ingredients in cosmetics, dimethicone works as an anti-foaming agent, skin protectant and skin & hair conditioner- it prevents water loss by forming a hydrating barrier on the skin. Like most silicones, this ingredient has a unique fluidity that makes it easily spreadable.

Disodium EDTA

As a metal chelator, Disodium EDTA counteracts the adverse effects of hard water by binding with heavy metal ions contained in tap water, which in turn prevents the metals from being deposited onto the skin, hair and scalp. Essentially, this ingredient deactivates the metal ions through bonding with them, which in turn prevents cosmetic products from deteriorating, maintains its clarity and prevents it from smelling rancid.

Egyptian Geranium

Egyptian Geranium Essential Oil is a sophisticated, fresh floral similar to a rose, but not quite so heavy. Frequently used in lotions, creams, and facial cleansers. Blends well with Orange, Patchouli, or Lavender essential oils and is delightful when mixed with our Amber fragrance.


Elastin is a flexible fiber that helps promote the appearance of flexibility . It is primarily used in cosmetics as a conditioning agent. It is a great general ingredient for all creams and lotions

Emu Oil

Emu oil is also used topically for athlete's foot; diaper rash; canker sores; chapped lips; poor circulation; and skin conditions, including cancer, dry skin, dandruff, eczema, psoriasis, wrinkles or age spots. It is also used to protect skin from sun damage and to promote more youthful looking skin.

Eucalyptus Oil

In cosmetics and personal care products, Eucalyptus oil has many antifungal properties that can help ward off infection, restrain residue build-up and clogging of pores on the head. improves shine, thickness, and overall health of your hair. improves shine, thickness, and overall health of your hair.

Evening Primrose Oil

Evening Primrose Oil is rich in (omega-6) fatty acids, including linoleic acid (LA) gamma linoleic acid (GLA). The human body uses LA to produce GLA, which helps maintain stratum corneum cohesion and reduce transepidermal water loss.

Fennel Oil

Sweet and herbaceous, sweet fennel oil has an affinity for soothing the body as well as the mind. The essential oil may be applied topically in dilution for these same purposes, or a few drops may be added to to warm bathwater. Fennel is an excellent addition to massage oils for rubbing into joints and areas that have been stress or overworked.


Frankincense essential oil is a powerful astringent, meaning it helps protect skin cells. It can be used to help reduce acne blemishes, the appearance of large pores, prevent wrinkles, and it even helps lift and tighten skin to naturally slow signs of aging.

Ginseng Extract

Ginseng is most often included as an anti-aging ingredient in facial moisturizers. Several medical studies have shown its effectiveness in fighting wrinkles due to ginseng's ability to boost skin-firming collagen. The herb also acts as a whitener, giving the skin a brighter and more youthful appearance.


Glycerin is most widely used in skincare products because of its humectant properties, making it a great moisturizing agent. Glycerin attracts water to the skin, creating a positive / negative attraction allowing the skin to absorb much needed moisture easily.

Glycerol Monostearate

Glyceryl Monostearate is a fatty acid ester seen in cosmetics and beauty products (hair and skin) for a variety of uses including as a: thickening agent, emulsifier, anti-sticking agent, dispersing agent, solvent, greasing agent, and perfume dilutant (Source). It is a Glyceryl Ester; Glyceryl Monostearate specifically occurs naturally in the body and in fatty foods, and is formed during the breakdown of fats in the body and can also be produced synthetically.

Glyceryl Stearate

Glyceryl Stearate is derived from palm kernel, vegetable or soy oil and is also found naturally in the human body. It acts as a lubricant on the skin’s surface, which gives the skin a soft and smooth appearance (Source). It easily penetrates the skin and slows the loss of water from the skin by forming a barrier on the skin’s surface. It has been shown to protect skin from free-radical damage as well.

Goat's Milk

Goat's milk contains precious skin minerals like selenium and is loaded with vitamins, particularly vitamin A, the most important vitamin for the skin. As with other milks, goat's milk contains lactic acid, which is an alpha hydroxy acid (AHA).

Grape Seed Oil

Grape seed oil is very rich in linoleic acid, easily absorbed by the skin, and therefore very useful and effective as a skin moisturizer.


Helichrysum essential oil is a vital component of cosmetic skin care formulations, and is reputed to support the multiplication of the skin's natural collagen count, contributing to the reduction of wrinkles. Supportive in the healing of wounds, bruises, and scar tissue, helichrysum significantly enhances skin health, regeneration and beauty.

Hemp Seed Oil

Hemp oil is a good source of omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids, which are called essential fats because they are needed to maintain healthy cells, nerves and brain function.

Honey Almond fragrance oil


Henna Neutral

Neutral henna leaf powder is suitable for all hair types and will not produce any color change, but it will condition, add shine and protect hair from the elements.

Hyaluronic Acid

Hyaluronic acid’s moisture-binding characteristic is exceptionally important when it comes to skin aging. One of the qualities of youthful skin is its ability to hold water and retain a balanced amount of moisture. As we age, our skin loses this ability to maintain this vital, plumping moisture as well as it once did, resulting in a loss of firmness, pliability, and a decreased appearance of plumpness and suppleness.


N-hydroxysuccinimide activates the elimination of blood originated pigments responsible for dark color and inflammation that causes under eye circles. "Infra-orbital shadows are due to the accumulation of hemoglobin and its coloured degradation products - biliverdin, bilirubin and iron - in the dermis and epidermis ... N-hydroxysuccinimide renders the iron soluble for natural elimination" (source).

Iodopropynyl Butylcarbamate

Iodopropynyl butylcarbamate (IPBC) is a water-based preservative that helps prevent mold, bacteria, and other germs from spreading in creams, lotions, and other products.


Iron Oxide Nanoparticles

When used in cosmetics, Iron Oxides are considered ideal because they are non-toxic, non-bleeding and moisture resistant. This makes them a great additive to cosmetic products such as eye shadows, blushes and lipsticks. Iron oxides graded safe for cosmetic use are produced synthetically in order to avoid the inclusion of ferrous or ferric oxides, and impurities normally found in naturally occurring iron oxides (Source).

Isononyl Isonanoate

Isononyl Isonanoate is a synthetic skin conditioning agent.

Isopropyl Palmitate

Isopropyl Palmitate is an ester of isopropyl alcohol and palmitic acid.

Jojoba Oil

Jojoba oil has been shown to enhance skin’s restorative properties. As a plant oil that’s a rich source of fatty acids, and can also provide topical skin-soothing benefits.

Juniper Berry Oil

Being an astringent, juniper essential oil helps cure toothaches, stops hair loss, strengthens the grip of gums on your teeth and protects them from loosening or falling out. It also tightens loose muscles and gives a feeling of firmness, fitness and youth. This essential oil also relieves swelling.

Kaolin Clay

Kaolin is one of the oldest skin care ingredients and for good reason. It is an excellent absorbent and is used in products to help draw out impurities such as dirt, oil, and other clogging substances. It is an essential ingredient in most masks and is great for all skin types.

Kava Kava

The dried roots of the shrub Piper methysticum, Kava Kava, as used as a skin conditioning agent.


Kelp is known to contain at least 60 different minerals and elements, as well as 12 vitamins and 21 amino acids.

Kojic Acid

Kojic Acid is a  powerful ingredient that assists in the exfoliation of dead skin cells, removing oil, dirt, and organisms that might be thriving on the skin.

Kona Coffee

Kona coffee is an excellent exfoliant for your skin, and rich mocha coffee fragrance oil. Studies have indicated that infusing coffee into skin care may reduce the appearance of cellulite and improve circulation.

Kosher Gelatin

Gelatin reduces stretch marks, and joint pain, helped to grow strong hair and nails, repaired damaged digestion and helped balance hormones.

Lactic Acid

Lactose is widely used in skincare products for its ability to hydrate skin.

Lanolin Oil

Lanolin, also called “wool fat” or “wool wax” (not the most appealing of nicknames, are they?), is a thick, greasy and yellow substance secreted by the sebaceous glands of sheep. Lanolin is so popular because it is a fantastic moisturizer for skin, nails and hair. It prevents water loss and acts like a lubricant, making skin soft and smooth.

Lauryl Betaine

Lauryl Betaine is a zwitterion (inner salt) and functions as Antistatic Agent; Hair Conditioning Agent; Skin-Conditioning Agent - Miscellaneous;Surfactant - Cleansing Agent; Surfactant - Foam Booster; Viscosity Increasing Agent - Aqueous; SKIN CONDITIONING (source)

Lavender Oil

Lavender Oil is one of those few natural ingredients you can look up to for getting rid of acne troubles. The oil has anti-inflammatory and antiseptic properties that can fight the bacteria that cause acne and inflammation. In one study conducted by the Howard University College of Medicine, Washington, DC, it was found that lavender oil was one of the few potent essential oils that can inhibit the growth of skin bacteria (source)

Lemon Extract

Lemon extract reverses the damage and prevents it. One of the main ingredients of Iis citric acid, which has been found effective against a number of skin problems such as acne. It is because of the presence of vitamin C in this citrus fruit that promotes healthy, glowing skin.

Linseed Oil

Flax Seed Oil (Linseed) is considered to be nature's richest source of omega-3 fatty acids. The Flax Seed Oil also contains omega-6 and omega-9 essential fatty acids, B vitamins, potassium, lecithin, magnesium, fiber, protein, and zinc.
Alpha-Linolenic Acid (ALA) is an acid that is part of the omega-3 fatty acid family.

Mango Butter

Mango butter is highly effective as far as caring for the skin and hair is concerned. It is highly nourishing for the skin and hair,  and hydrates it really well.

Marjoram Oil

Marjoram is an anti-inflammatory herb which reduced swelling and bruising.

Milk Protein

Lactose is widely used in skincare products for its ability to hydrate skin.


Moroccan Red Clay

Moroccan Red Clay is great for clearing the complexion of blackheads, treating acne, toning, and re-balancing dry, skin with regular use.

Myristyl Myristate

Myristyl Myristate is a naturally derived ester, formed by the combination of Myristyl Alcohol and Myristic Acid, which occurs naturally in animal or vegetable fats or oils. It is originally formed as a white or yellowish waxy solid, and is used as a skin conditioning agent, emulsifier and opacifier in skin care products and cosmetics, according to

Olive Oil

Linoleic acid is a component of olive oil that the human body doesn't produce. Linoleic acid prevents water from evaporating, making olive oil the perfect natural lubricant. Olive oil penetrates deep into the skin with long-lasting effects.

Orange Oil

Orange oil extracted from the peels of both sweet and sour oranges by cold compression. Main efficient ingredients of this oil are Alpha Pinene, Citronellal, Geranial, Sabinene, Myrcene, Limonene, Linalool and Neral.

Palm Oil

Palm oil contains the hard to find toctrienols, which are members of the vitamin E family. The common form of vitamin E, tocopherol, has long been used to treat many skin ailments and is found in many anti-aging products. Vitamin E is a strong antioxidant that helps the skin to fight free radicals that damage the skin and cause fine lines and wrinkles.

Palmitoyl Tripeptide-5

This highly bio-active peptide deeply penetrates the skin through enhanced collagen production. By stimulating collagen synthesis, this complex helps to strengthen skin and reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. It overrides the effects of Matrix Metalloproteinase (MMP) enzymes that contribute to skin aging.

Papaya Extract

This highly bio-active peptide deeply penetrates the skin through enhanced collagen production. By stimulating collagen synthesis, this complex helps to strengthen skin and reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. It overrides the effects of Matrix Metalloproteinase (MMP) enzymes that contribute to skin aging.

Patchouli Oil

It is used to treat skin and hair problems, such as dermatitis, eczema, acne, dry chapped skin, dandruff, and oily scalp. It also has wound healing and scar reducing properties.

Pearl Powder

Today, scientific studies are uncovering that pearl powder can stimulate the skin’s fibroblasts. It can also help regenerate collagen, thus improving skin tone and creating more youthful-looking skin. Research has also shown that pearl powder can speed up healing for various skin conditions such as redness, rashes as well as wounds and burns.

Peppermint Oil

Peppermint oil contains Omega-3 fatty acids, iron, magnesium, calcium, Vitamins A and C, minerals, potassium, manganese and copper.

Pink Grapefruit Oil

Many of grapefruit essential oil’s benefits are due to one of its main constituents called limonene (which makes up about 88 percent to 95 percent of the oil). Limonene is known to be a tumor-fighting, cancer-preventative phytochemical that protects DNA and cells from damage. In addition to limonene, grapefruit essential oil contains other powerful antioxidants, including vitamin C, myrcene, terpinene, pinene and citronellol.


Polawax, also known as Emulsifying Wax NF is an easy to use, nonionic self-emulsifying blend for professional quality lotions, creams and other emulsions.

Polawax is a complete, self-emulsifying blend, but it can also be used with other emulsifiers for increased viscosity and stability.


Polysorbates are surfactants that are produced by reacting the polyol, sorbitol, with ethylene oxide. The polyoxyethylenated sorbitan is then reacted with fatty acids obtained from vegetable fats and oils such as lauric acid, palmitic acid, stearic acid and oleic acid. Polysorbates function to disperse oil in water as opposed to water in oil


In skincare, propolis’s antiviral and antimicrobial action provides wonderful benefits for acneic skin as well as those of us who deal with a lot of environmental pollution. It forms a barrier just like how bees use it, and is very nutritious with antioxidants and vitamins

Propylene Glycol

Propylene glycol and polypropylene glycols attract water and function as a humectant ;found in moisturizers to enhance the appearance of skin by reducing flaking and restoring suppleness. It is used in many types of cosmetic formulations including facial cleansers, moisturizers, bath soaps, shampoos and conditioners, deodorants, shaving preparations, fragrances, etc.



PVP (polyvinylpyrrolidone) is a water-soluble synthetic polymer and functions as: Binder; Emulsion Stabilizer; Film Former; Hair Fixative; Suspending Agent - Nonsurfactant; ANTISTATIC; BINDING; EMULSION STABILISING; FILM FORMING; HAIR FIXING; VISCOSITY CONTROLLING. (source)

Rapeseed Oil

The formal Latin name for rapeseed is Brassica napus Linnaeus.
Rapeseed Oil is extracted from the seeds of the rapeseed plant Rapeseed or canola oil is a great source of healthy fats. It contains omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids,  also contains Alpha-Linolenic Acid (ALA) is an acid that is part of the omega-3 fatty acid family.

Resveratrol (from cocoa)

For youthful skin to thrive it needs collagen and elastin, which free radicals can affect the production of. Resveratrol is a particularly potent antioxidant that neutralizes free radical damage and allows the collagen to keep on pumping. The way it banishes wrinkles and enhances firmness is similar to the regenerating process that allows grape vines to live for a century.


Retinyl palmitate (vitamin A) is the normal form used for application on the skin and has moisturizing capabilities.


Rooibos tea has long been used in traditional South African medicine, where it is claimed to treat all manner of skin problems. It has a soothing effect on the skin, it helps relieve itching and other related skin irritations such as acne, eczema, sunburns, itchy rashes, allergic reactions and general irritations.

Rose Geranium Oil

As a premier cooling oil, rose geranium assists in promoting vitality for the entire family, young and old. This uplifting oil has an overall balancing effect which extends to the skin, helping to stabilize both oily and dry skin and to keep skin supple.

Rosehip Seed Oil

Composed of many powerful antioxidant such as Retinol or vitamin A which help delay the effects of skin aging and also assists with cell regeneration; and promotes collagen and elastin levels to increase.

Rose Petals

Naturally antibacterial rose essential oil makes can help treat acne and acne-prone skin. Combined with its cleansing properties, rose makes an ideal ingredient in face washes and cleansers.

While we may think of roses for their iconic deep red color, rose oils can actually help reduce swollen spots or redness on your skin. Its calming properties can also help sooth rosecea and eczema.

Rosemary Oil

Rosemary essential oil is one of the best essential oils for removing stretch marks, especially when blended with coconut oil which happens to be another amazing stretch mark remedy.

Blend rosemary oil with castor oil, or another carrier oil of your choice. Massage in thoroughly and wash off with a warm washcloth. That’s it – your skin will feel soft and should clear up in no time.

Safflower Oil

Safflower oil is rich in oleic acid which is capable of safeguarding both scalp and hair. It improves the circulation in scalp thereby stimulating hair growth and strength to hair follicles. Apart from this they also helps in keeping your hair shiny and strong. Ideal for improving the quality and texture of skin due to the abundance of linoleic acid combining with the sebum in skin to unclog pores and reduce rashes and acne and facilitate the regeneration of new skin cells, leaving you look younger and gorgeous.

Salicylic Acid

This ingredient is primarily used in skin care products for its ability to reduce the appearance of clogged pores. Making it great for people with acne prone skin. It is also widely used as an exfoliant to help slough dry old skin.

Sea Buckthorn

When used topically, it's a great natural cleanser and exfoliator. It can also help heal burns, cuts, wounds, sunburn, rashes, and other types of skin damage.

Using sea buckthorn oil daily helps slow down the signs of aging by nourishing the tissues in your skin and body.

Sesame Oil

Sesame oil contains vitamin E, vitamin B complex and vitamin A. Other beneficial nutrients in sesame oil include phosphorus, copper, calcium, zinc and magnesium.

Shea Butter

Shea butter is found in the nuts that grow on Shea-Karite tree, which exclusively grows in the tropics of Africa. It is extracted from the nuts of the Shea-Karite tree which begins to bear fruit after about 15 years. 

Shea Butter nourishes the skin with Vitamins A, E and F.

Silica (from Bamboo Extract)

The material is composed of microstructres made mostly from silica tiny particles. These microstructures resemble small spheres, filled with either air or liquid, and made of double layers of silica tiny particles.Some particles are hydrophilic, namely water-loving, and some hydrophobic, or water repelling.

Silk Protein

Silk protein is widely used in skincare for its hydrating abilities. 

Sodium Bicarbonate

When an alkaline substance is applied to hair it opens up the hair cuticle. The layers in the cuticle will no longer lie flat and will stick outward. This can cause the hair to tangle. Leaving it in this state will cause it to loose elasticity and dry out, which will lead to breakage.

Sorbitan Sterate

Sorbitan stearate is an essential ingredient in many lotions and other skin-care products. It acts as a humectant to bind moisture, thicken the product, and stabilize the mixture of water and oils.

Soy Lecithin

Lecithin is widely used in cosmetics to help reduce dryness in the skin and the appearance of flaking.


Spirulina contains tyrosine, vitamin E or tocopherol, and selenium, all of which are known for their anti-ageing effects. Tyrosine slows down the ageing of skin cells. The antioxidants present in it eliminate free radicals which are responsible for skin ageing.


Squalane is commonly harvested from plant sources like olives, wheat germ oil and rice bran.


Star Anise Oil

Anethol is the major component of anise oil. The oil derives its aroma from this compound. Anise oil is capable of keeping your skin healthy and lustrous. Aniseed oil mixed with shea butter or any other oil can work wonders. It helps your skin become soft, smooth, and glowing.

Stearic Acid (from Cocoa)

Stearic acid is a fatty acid that is very useful for making soap and moisturisers. It is naturally occurring in oils of plants and animals.

Stearyl Konium Chloride

Stearalkonium Chloride is used in the formulation of a variety of products especially hair care products such as rinses, conditioners, setting lotions and bleaches. The primary use of Stearalkonium Chloride is as an antistatic ingredient in hair care products.

Sugar Cane

Sugar canes are the main source of glycolic acid.

Sweet Almond Oil

Almond oil is extracted from the dried kernels of sweet almonds. Sweet almond oil is extracted from the fruit of the almond tree, rich in nutrients such as Vitamin A, B1, B2, B6 and extremely rich in vitamin E.

Tea Tree Oil

Tea tree oil is obtained from the leaves of Melaleuca alternifolia, which is native to Australia. Tea Tree Oil has wonderful properties that make it a popular natural agent.

Tocopheryl Acetate

Vitamin E is an antioxidant that protects body tissue from damage caused by unstable substances called free radicals.

Vitamin B5 Complex

Pantothenic acid, also known as vitamin B5,  is part of the B group vitamins and classified as a water-soluble vitamin.
Pro Vitamin B5 or D-Panthenol has been used for years in hair care products because it functions as a Humectant  improves the appearance of elasticity.

Vitamin C

Vitamin C, also known as ascorbic acid, is a water-soluble vitamin . Unlike most mammals, humans don't have the ability to make their own vitamin C. We must therefore obtain vitamin C through our diet.

Walnut Hull Powder

By grinding up black walnut husks, a fine powder can be created and made into a paste for the skin. The rich levels of antioxidants and beneficial fatty acids can actually impact the health and appearance of skin, preventing blemishes and pimples, preventing acne, and clearing up skin conditions like psoriasis and eczema.

Wheat Germ Oil

Wheat germ oil is extracted from the germ of the wheat kernel, which makes up only 2½% by weight of the kernel. Wheat Oil, also known as Wheat Germ Oil, has many health benefits. It's full of B vitamins, calcium, fiber, protein and vitamin E.

Witch Hazel

Witch Hazel Extract is known to be a great astringen. It is a very mild ingredient and has not been found to be irritating.

Xantham Gum

A polysaccharide derived from glucose or sucrose (sugars), Xanthan Gum is able to increase the viscosity of liquids even when used at less than 1% concentration. It is also thought to have skin-conditioning properties.

Ylang-Ylang Oil

Balancing and stimulating, ylang ylang oil tends to even out the sebum production. This makes it a wonderful ally for all skin types, from oily to dry skin. Stimulates hair growth.