Pineapple extract contains a mix of enzymes called bromelain, which helps to gently exfoliate the skin. Bromelain also has anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial benefits. It is also high in Vitamin C and E, which helps protect the skin throughout the day.
Mango Butter has a lighter texture than cocoa or shea butter, making it ideal for facial applications. Don’t let the light texture fool you – mango butter is absolutely incredible in moisturizing the skin. When applied topically, it absorbs easily, providing even deeper layers of the skin with skin-loving nutrients, such as omega 6 and 9 fatty acids and vitamins A, C, and E. Mango butter conditions your skin, makes it smooth, supple and improves its overall health and appearance. It also strengthens the skin’s natural protective barrier, which helps your skin retain moisture, prevents damages, and keep it from drying out.
Aloe vera has a calming effect on skin and can soothe temporary redness. It also helps to moisturize and protect skin from environmental stressors. This is why it is commonly used to support sun-burned skin.
Jojoba oil is incredibly rich and silky, and provides long lasting skin conditioning effects. It has been traditionally used to moisturize skin and hair, stimulate hair growth, unclog blocked follicles, clear acne, reduce the appearance of wrinkles, and treat dandruff. Jojoba regulates skin oil production, making it especially beneficial for people with acne.
Since squalane is a natural component of sebum, it strengthens the skin barrier and helps the skin to retain moisture. It also helps your skin stay clean of impurities and pollutants. Squalane-based moisturizers are ideal for every skin type, but especially for dry skin.
Argan oil is a naturally occurring oil produced by cold pressing kernels from an argan tree native to Morocco. Traditionally, people have used it to treat various skin conditions, including dry skin, sunburn, and atopic dermatitis, the most common type of eczema.
Hyaluronic acid is a natural substance found in the eyes and joints. It acts as a cushion and lubricant to joints and other tissues. Its main benefit is its ability to moisturize and hydrate the skin. It can absorb more than 1000 times its own weight in water. It minimizes signs of aging, since full and hydrated skin makes fine lines and wrinkles less visible.
Vitamin E is a fat-soluble vitamin that acts as an antioxidant, helping protect cells from damage throughout your body. It’s found in our sebum (skin oil), which creates a natural barrier to keep moisture in your skin. Vitamin E may be beneficial at reducing UV damage to skin.
Studies have shown that CBD may have anti-inflammatory properties when topically applied, providing more moisture while relaxing the skin, which over time results in reducing the production of wrinkles as well as the appearance of them. The antioxidants in CBD (the component in our body that fights free radicals) may assist in combating the loss of oil, collagen and elastin in our skin glands. CBD may be able to help reduce swelling, pain, and redness from existing acne breakouts, or irritation from skin conditions like eczema and psoriasis.