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Aloe vera (Aloe barbadensis): Extracted from the leaves of the aloe plant; used as a skin softener, anti-irritant, and moisture replenisher.
Antioxidant: A substance that helps protect the skin against damage caused by free radicals (unstable oxygen molecules). Free radicals can lead to premature signs of aging by causing cellular damage and disrupting the structure of other molecules. Examples of antioxidants include: alpha lipoic acid, coenzyme Q10, soy isoflavones, resveratrol, and vitamins C and E.
Apple (Pyrus malus) fruit: Extract of the apple fruit, helps fight free radicals, soothe and condition skin.
Apricot (Prunus armeniaca): Finely milled apricot seeds; used to exfoliate and soften skin.
Argan (Argania Spinosa) oil: Antioxidant, emollient oil extracted from the nut of the argan tree, a species of hearty vegetation endemic to North Africa.
Arnica (Arnica montana): Derived from the dried flowers of the arnica plant; used for its soothing, anti-irritant properties.
Arginine cocoate: An amino-based surfactant derived from coconut oil.
Artichoke (Cynara scolymus) leaf: Skin-conditioning agent with pore-tightening properties.
Avocado (Persea gratissima) oil: A skin softener and conditioner used in formulations as an emollient; rich in protein and vitamins.
Baking soda (sodium bicarbonate): Cleansing agent that helps dissolve dirt and sebum; also provides gentle exfoliation.
Bentonite: A high-quality white volcanic clay; used for its absorptive and purifying properties.
Beta-glucan: Beta glucans are found in cellulose and in other natural sources such as oats and barley. Helps skin retain moisture and fights the look of fine lines. Skin-conditioning and soothing.
Betaine: Contains a moisturizing amino acid derived from beets.
Bisabolol: Derived from chamomile. Moisturizing, soothing and brightening.
Black yeast (Aureobasidium pullulans) ferment: Source of beta-glucan. Moisturizing.
Botanical: An ingredient or product derived from plants.
Brighteners: Products that help combat visible dark spots and discoloration. Botanical brighteners include licorice and mulberry; alpha-arbutin is a stable lab-developed form of the brightener arbutin.
Brown algae (Cladosiphon novae-Caledonia): This Japanese algae extract contains a polysaccharide called fucoidan, which helps skin revitalization and supports collagen and elasticity.
Burdock (Arctium lappa) root: A mineral-rich plant ingredient used to soothe skin and promote healthier-feeling scalp and hair.
Butyl Avocadate: A derivative of avocado (Persea Grattisima) oil. Used as a skin conditioner. Can help control blemishes by regulating sebum.
Caffeine: An antioxidant that helps encourage circulation and visibly tighten skin.
Camu-Camu (Myrciaria Dubia) fruit and seed: Derived from the Camu-Camu fruit and its seeds; one of the greatest concentrations of naturally occurring vitamin C in the world. Seed extracts are also rich in polyphenols to condition the skin.
Capsicum frutescens: Derived from the chili plant; invigorates the scalp and skin.
Caramel: Derived from sugar. Used for its soothing properties and as a coloring agent.
Ceramides: Found naturally in the skin, ceramides form a protective barrier to help reduce moisture loss. Botanical ceramides from wheat and soy can help skin stay hydrated.
Chameleon Leaf (Houttuynia Cordata): Used for its purifying and revitalizing properties.
Chamomile German (Chamomilla Recutita (Matricaria)) Roman (Anthemis nobilis): The extract from the flowers of the plant; has calming and soothing properties. German chamomile flower and leaf extract is used for its hydrating, soothing and astringent properties. Roman chamomile flower extract is used for its hydrating and soothing properties.
Chlorella: Derived from green algae; used as a skin conditioner and antioxidant.
Chinese skullcap (Scutellaria baicalensis): Extracted from the root of the plant. A member of the mint family used to clarify skin.
Citric acid: An alpha hydroxy acid and astringent with antioxidant properties; used to help skin maintain its natural pH level or adjust the pH of a product.
Coconut (Cocos nucifera) oil: Emollient oil expressed from coconut kernels, a moisturizing surfactant and emollient.
Cork oak (Quercus suber) bark: Derived from the bark of the cork oak. Helps smooth skin.
Cornflower (Centaurea cyanus): Derived from the flower of the plant; used for its smoothing and soothing properties.
Cucumber (Cucumis sativus): Extracted from the pulp of a cucumber; used for its soothing and moisture binding properties.
Cucumis sativus: See cucumber.
Daisy (Bellis perennis): Derived from the daisy flower; used for its brightening properties.
Eucalyptus (Eucalyptus globulus): Derived from the leaves of the eucalyptus tree; used for its cooling, refreshing, aromatic properties.
Evening primrose (Oenothera biennis) oil: Rich in gammalinoleic acid, which encourages skin's barrier function and helps hydrate and soothe skin.
Flor de Aceite (Flower of the Oil): Premier-quality olive oil that isn't pressed but instead drips from the crushed fruit naturally. It takes more than twice as many olives to produce Flor de Aceite as it does to produce the first cold press.
Fucoidan: A nutrient-rich extract of Japanese brown seaweed that supports naturally-occurring levels of hyaluronic acid to promote suppleness.
GGermanium (Repagermanium): A stable, lab-synthesized form of an element found widely in nature, including sources such as ginseng and aloe. Skin-conditioning.
Ginseng (Panax ginseng): The root extract is used for its soothing and softening properties.
Grape (Vitis vinifera) seed: An antioxidant that helps fight damaging free radicals that can cause premature signs of aging.
Grape (Vitis vinifera) seed oil: Emollient oil and skin-conditioner that contains antioxidants to fight visible signs of aging.
Grapefruit (Citrus grandis) peel: Citrus fruit extract used as a skin-conditioner.
Great Burnet (Ziyu glycoside I): Extracted from the great burnet, an herbaceous perennial plant native to cool, northern regions of Europe, North America and Asia. Used for centuries in traditional Chinese medicine. This skin-conditioning ingredient is the source of Ziyu glycoside I, a saponin. Saponins have been shown to be soothing and to have an antioxidant effect.
Green tea (Camellia sinensis): Tea plant native to Asia that helps fight free radicals; known for its antioxidant and anti-irritant properties.
Hinoki: A type of Japanese cedarwood, touted for its natural water resistance.
Horse chestnut (Aesculus hippocastanum): Derived from the seeds of the plant; used as an astringent to help soothe skin.
Horsetail (Equisetum arvense): A perennial plant, also called "scouring rush." Its extract is used for its astringent, softening, and strengthening properties.
Hydrogenated castor oil: A vegetable oil derived from the castor bean; used as an emollient to condition and soothe skin.
Hydrogenated coconut oil: The solidified oil expressed from coconuts; used as a foaming agent and emollient.
IIsoflavones: Antioxidant-rich phytoestrogens (plant hormones), usually derived from soybeans; used to promote moisture and help fight visible damage caused by free radicals.Isodonis Japonicus leaf/stalk: Japanese botanical; skin-conditioning.
Jojoba (Simmondsia Chinensis): Extracted from the desert shrub; used as a moisturizer and emollient.
Kiwi (Actinidia chinensis) fruit: Extract of the kiwi fruit, helps fight free radicals, soothe and condition skin.
Kudzu (Pueraria lobata) root: Extract of the kudzu root; this Asian botanical helps brighten skin for a more even-looking complexion.
Lactobacillus/pear juice ferment filtrate: Contains alpha hydroxy acid to help refine and exfoliate skin.
Lactic acid: An alpha hydroxy acid (AHA) derived from sugarcane or milk; used to gently exfoliate dead skin cells.
Lavender (Lavandula Augustifolia): Extracted from the flower; known for its aromatic and anti-irritant properties.
Lemon (Citrus medica Limonum): A citrus fruit used in skincare for its astringent properties.
Lemongrass (Cymbopogon Sschoenanthus): Used for its purifying properties.
Licorice (Glycyrrhiza Glabra): Derived from the root of the plant; used as a brightener and skin soother.
Licorice (Dipotassium Glycyrrhizate) (Stearyl Glycyrrhetinate): Derived from the root of the plant; used as a skin soother.
Macadamia (Macadamia ternifolia): An emollient used in skincare for its soothing and conditioning properties.
Maitake mushroom (Grifola frondosa) fruiting body: Extracted from the maitake mushroom, also known as the "hen-of-the-woods." This skin-conditioning ingredient is a natural source of beta-glucan, which moisturizes and soothes.
Marigold (Calendula officinalis) flower: Extracted from the flower of the plant; contains carotenoids and saponin. Used for its soothing and hydrating properties.
Meadowfoam (Limnanthes alba): The emollient-rich, nongreasy oil derived from this plant resists oxidation to help prevent moisture loss in skin.
Menthol: A natural cooling agent derived from peppermint.
Mica: A light-diffusing earth mineral; used as a pigment in cosmetics.
Mulberry (Morus alba) root: Extracted from the roots of the tree; used for its brightening properties to help reduce the appearance of skin discoloration.
Mushroom (Fomes Officinalis): This extract from one of the longest-living mushrooms in the world, known to survive only in old-growth forests, is a skin-conditioning agent with pore-tightening properties.
NNasturtium officinale: See watercress.
Oat (Avena sativa): Grain extract; used to help soothe skin and improve skin's firmness.
Olive (Olea europaea) leaf: Rich in antioxidants; helps protect, firm, nourish, and revitalize sun-damaged skin.
Olive (Olea europaea) oil: Antioxidant-rich, emollient oil; helps fight damage caused by free radicals to protect, condition, and seal moisture into skin without clogging pores.
Palm kernel (Sodium palm kernelate): A natural oil derived from the seeds of palm trees or other plants; often used as a surfactant in soaps.
Peach (Prunus persica) leaf: Extract of the peach leaf, helps fight free radicals, soothe and condition skin.
Peony (Paeonia Aalbiflora; Paeonia suffruticosa): Derived from the root of the plant; used as a skin brightener and conditioning agent.
Perilla (Perilla Ocymoides): Derived from the leaves and seeds of the plant; used as an anti-irritant and skin conditioner.
Pomegranate (Punica granatum): This extract of the pomegranate fruit is a skin-conditioning agent with antioxidant properties.
Purslane (Portulaca oleracea): Extracted from common purslane, an edible succulent plant that grows widely in various regions throughout the world. It contains more omega-3 fatty acids than any other leafy green. Used for centuries in traditional Chinese medicine. This skin-conditioning ingredient is soothing.
Quince (Pyrus Cydonia): Derived from the seed of the plant. Used as an emollient, thickener, and emulsifier.
Raspberry (Rubus idaeus) fruit: Extract of the raspberry fruit, helps fight free radicals, soothe and condition skin.
Reishi mushroom (Ganoderma Lucidum) stem: Extracted from the reishi mushroom, used for centuries in traditional Chinese medicine. This skin-conditioning ingredient is a natural source of beta-glucan, which moisturizes and soothes.
Rice bran (Oryza sativa) oil: Antioxidant, emollient-rich oil extracted from the outer layer of rice grains. Rich in vitamin E as well as oleic and linoleic acids, it helps soothe, protect, moisturize and nourish skin.
Rice germ (Oryza sativa) oil: This emollient oil is an excellent skin conditioner and antioxidant.
Rose (Rosa centifolia) water: Used as an astringent.
Rose (Rosa damascena): Helps hydrate, soften, and nurture dry and irritated skin.
Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis) leaf oil: Extracted from the leaves of the plant; used for its toning and invigorating properties as well as for its refreshing fragrance.
Sage (Salvia officinalis): Extracted from the leaves of the plant; used for its purifying and fragrant properties.
Satsuma Mandarin Orange (Citrus Unshiu): A variety of the mandarin orange used to visibly tighten pores and to brighten and revitalize skin.
Sea salt: Used as a skin conditioner and softener.
Sesame (Sesame Indicum) seed oil: Emollient oil extracted from sesame seeds.
Soy (Glycine soja): Extracted from the bean; contains botanical ceramides used to protect and moisturize skin.
Squalane: Derived from olive pits; used as an emollient and antioxidant-rich skin protectant.
St. John's Wort (Hypericum perforatum) flower/leaf/stem: Used for its soothing and astringent properties.
Sucrose (sugar): Used as a skin conditioner and humectant.
Sweet almond (Amygdalus dulcis) oil: Extracted from the seeds; used as an emollient.
TTangerine (Citrus reticulata): Citrus fruit extract used as a skin-conditioner.
Vitamin A: See retinyl palmitate.
Vitamin B1 (thiamine HCl): Member of the B complex family of vitamins. Skin-conditioning.
Vitamin B2 (sodium riboflavin phosphate): Member of the B complex family of vitamins. Promotes moisture in the skin and fights the appearance of wrinkles. Skin-conditioning.
Vitamin B3 (niacinamide): Member of the B complex family of vitamins. Brightening, promotes moisture retention and elasticity, and helps control excess sebum to clarify skin.
Vitamin B5 (panthenol): Member of the B complex family of vitamins. A moisturizing humectant and emollient.
Vitamin B6 (pyrodoxine HCl): Member of the B complex family of vitamins. Skin-conditioning.
Vitamin B7 (biotin): Member of the B complex family of vitamins. Skin-conditioning.
Vitamin B12 (cyanacobalamin): Member of the B complex family of vitamins. Soothing; supports skin strength. Skin-conditioning.
Vitamin C (magnesium ascorbyl phosphate, ascorbyl tetraisopalmitate, disodium ascorbyl sulfate, ascorbyl glycoside): A free radical–fighting antioxidant and collagen-supporter used to help fight visible fine lines and even out skin tone.
Vitamin E (tocopherol): Used as an antioxidant and skin conditioner.
Watercress: Used for its nourishing properties.
Wheat protein: Used as an emollient and water-binder.
Wheat (Triticum Vulgare) germ: An antioxidant with high vitamin E content.
Wild thyme (Thymus serpillum): Used for its tonic and fragrant properties.
Yeast: Used as a water-binding agent and antioxidant.