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Native to India, precious Ambrette Seed oil is an alchemy of hydro-distilled herbs, flowers and spices over a sandalwood and agarwood oil blend that is then matured for a period of a week, resulting in a rare woody attar with musky undertones. Prized for its natural aphrodisiac, antiseptic properties, this oil is used in our blends to ease physical pains and calm the mind.
>> Ambrette Seed in Nourish Post-Shave & Beard<<
Indigenous throughout India, Amla or Indian Gooseberry, as it is also known, is a green fruit that is incredibly high in tannin compounds and has 20 times more concentrated Vitamin C than an orange, making it one of the most powerful antioxidants. Amla is a superb natural conditioner that infuses hair with nutrition that protects against environmental aggressors, whilst working to strengthen follicles, promote growth and help diminish split ends, dryness and dandruff.
>>Amla in Grow Strong Hair Care Range<<
Amyris is known as West Indian sandalwood, which originates from the West Indies, specifically in Haiti. It has antiseptic, sedative, decongestant and emollient properties.
>> Amyris in Reawaken Hand & Body Lotion <<
A rich source of zinc and loaded with Vitamins A, B1, B2, B6 and E, essential minerals, magnesium fatty acids and protein, this light and powerful oil makes an excellent natural emollient that helps plump, hydrate and nourish skin while diminishing fine lines. Highly rejuvenating and nourishing, sweet almond is excellent for scalp conditioning.
This power plant absorbs into the skin four times faster than water, making its potent properties of Vitamins A, B, C and E, calcium, minerals, amino acids, enzymes and proteins intensely effective. Aloe Vera helps protect and heal scarring, reduce the appearance of fine lines and firm, sooth and nourish the skin.
>> Aloe Vera in Supreme Skin Rose Mist<<
A collection of research studies suggests that apples may well be one of the most healthy foods. It contains Vitamin C; a powerful natural antioxidant capable of blocking some of the damage caused by free radicals, as well as boosting the body's resistance against infectious agents.
>> Apple in Spirited Infusions<<
Extremely high in Vitamin E and antioxidants, argan oil softens fine lines, restores elasticity, improves skin tone and helps protect against harmful pollutants, while neutralising the free radicals.
>> Argan in Supreme Skin Face Serum<<
The bark from the Arjuna tree has been used for thousands of years in Ayurveda. Arjuna has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties; it works as a heart tonic, improves aerobic endurance.
>> Arjuna in Transform & Transcend Plant Alchemy<<
The antioxidant properties of balsam fir oil help preserve from free radical damage from environmental pollution, stress, and sun exposure. Balsam fir essential oil is warming and relaxing. This makes the oil a fantastic treatment for tight, sore, or tired muscles.
>> Balsam Fir in Serenity Pitta Body Oil <<
Basil oil's anti-inflammatory property makes it an excellent skin remedy for irritations, small wounds, and sores. Basil oil contains vitamin C that boosts skin cells metabolism.
>> Basil in Spirited Kapha Body Oil<<
Bergamot oil will help to cool and calm any inflamed areas and keep face feeling refreshed and clean. It helps to remove any dirt and impurities because of the antibecterial and atiseptic qualities. The oil is also able to unclog pores making it deal for over oily skin.
Bibhitaki (Terminalia belerica) locally known as Bahera in India, has been used for centuries in the Ayurveda. Terminalia Belerica has many medicinal uses but its primary benefits are strengthening the immune system. It can significantly improve the body's overall function.
>> Bibhitaki in Brain & Beauty Plant Alchemy<<
A green and white flowering herb indigenous throughout India, bhringraj is known as the ‘King of Hair' for its rejuvenating properties. It's protein packed extracts are used in Ayurveda to reduce premature greying and hair loss, whilst increasing strength, thickness and shine. A calming oil; a little applied before bed should improve sleep patterns and reduce stress. In a study published in the Journal of Ethnopharmacology in 2009, tests on mice determined that treatment with bhringaraj extract helped stimulate hair growth. Additionally, a 2008 study from the Archives of Dermatological Research found that bhringaraj extract was more effective than minoxidil (a substance commonly used in the treatment of hair loss)
>>Bhringraj in Grow Strong Hair Care Range<<
More commonly referred to as cumin seed, this potent anti-oxidant oil is packed with valuable components including Vitamins A, B, C, calcium, potassium, magnesium and zinc. Prescribed in Ayurveda for its ability to heal skin conditions such as eczema, psoriasis and scarring, blackseed further helps delay the onset of fine lines by boosting the skins production of immune cells.
>>Blackseed in Supreme Skin Face Serum<<
Black Pepper fights the signs of premature ageing- including wrinkles, fine lines, and even dark spots. It will help remove toxins from the skin, leaving it soft and radiant. Black pepper also helps promote blood circulation and provides more oxygen and nutrient to the skin. Its anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties help prevent acne.
There are numerous varieties of cactus each possessing certain health and beauty benefits. Cactus flowers possess anti-inflammatory properties. Cactus flower extracts can lower the risk of inflammation in various medical conditions. It has also antioxidant properties. These antioxidants protect skin from damage by free radicals, thus preventing signs of ageing like fine lines and wrinkles.
>>Cactus Blossoms in Serenity Infusions<<
The oil extracted from India’s flower of celebration, calendula or marigold, as it is commonly known, is an excellent natural emollient for mature skin that also imparts a healing looking olive glow. Packed with flavonoids, its inherently high antiseptic, antibacterial properties help protect against age-related issues such as thinning skin, fine lines and sun damage.
>>Calendula in Supreme Skin Face Serum<<
Camphor can be used to alleviate skin itching and irritation; but also for skin rashes that occur due to excessive.
>>Camphor in Spirited Kapha Body Oil<<
Cardamom is extremely beneficial for ou skin. When it comes to getting perfectly radiant skin, very few things are as effective as cardamom oil. Being rich in Vitamin C and manganese, it works as a potent antioxidant and detoxifies our whole body. It has also antiseptic properties and we can use it as a natural cleanser; it can open our skin pores and prevent breaks out of acne, pimples... Finally, the cardamom is also used as a skin toner. The antioxidants present in it helps fight against premature ageing and keep our skin tone as well as youthful for long.
Chamomile possses many powerful skin properties such as anti-inflammatory, anti-fungal, antibacterial, antiseptic, and contains antiowidants. This is a strong anti-inflammatory, great for sensitive and acne prone skin. It helps fight and block out irritants by eliminating free radicals which damage skin and accelerate the aging process. Finally, this is a natural skin lightener which promotes a healthy glow of the skin as it heals and restore its natural moisture content.
Extracted from the golden champa flower in South India, this rich, sensual oriental floral with apricot undertones is used in Ayurveda for its ability to diminish scares, stretch marks and fine lines. On an emotional level, Champaca helps reduce anxiety and fatigue, while lessening the symptoms of chest complaints and colds.
The anti-fugal, antioxidant and anti-bacterial properties if cinnamon makes it useful against acne and skin blemishes. Cinnamon can also help remove acne by drying out the skin and by supporting blood flow to the skin. Moreover, it helps remove dead skins cells and reinstate the softness of skin.
>>Cinnamon in Spirited Kapha Body Oil<<
Cocoa Butter, also called theobroma oil, is a vegetable fat extracted from the cocoa bean. It is high in fatty acids which could explain its ability to hydrate, nourish the skin and also improve its elasticity.
>>Cocoa Butter in Reawaken Hand & Body Lotion<<
A rich source of fatty acids, Coconut oil is used in Ayurvedic medicine for its ability to form a protective barrier to lock in moisture, soften and condition skin. With strong antimicrobial properties, coconut oil protects against infections and its Vitamin E content helps prevent premature ageing and scalp dryness, while its small molecular structure ensures the potent properties penetrate deeply into the skin for maximum benefits.
The plant's medicinal value lies primarly in its anti-inflammatory properties. The tea can be good for improving digestion, and the herb's high antioxidant content aids in detoxifying the liver.
>>Cornflower Blossoms in Surrender Infusion<<
Precious Davana essential oil has a very rich, penetrating, warm, uniquely herbaceous aroma. It is a specialty essential oil used in perfumery for its unique aroma. In India, Davana blossoms are offered in rituals to Lord Shiva; the God symbolising destruction of ego and falsehood.
Dwarf Everlast has antiaging, antibacterial, antiviral and antiinflammatory properties. It may diminish headaches.
>>Dwarf Everlast Blossoms in Serenity Infusion<<
Eucalyptus oil can give the soft, blemish-free skin. The oil is used as an antiseptic for the treatment of cuts, minor wounds.. Application of the oil also heals skin irritation; espacially appropriate for skin eruptions and oily complexions.
>>Eucalyptus in Spirited Kapha Body Oil<<
Evening Primrose Oil is excellent for the overall health of the skin. When applied topically, this oil renders a nourishing glow to the face and body. Not only that, it also prevents and cures skin problems like acne, dark pigmentation, rashes, pigmentation, and dry skin. The anti-inflammatory properties of this oil also help reduce swelling, redness, itching, and rashes on the skin.
>>Evening Primrose in Serenity Pitta Body Oil<<
Fennel (foeniculum vulagarae) is an aromatic herb that has been widely used as a spice and a medicine. Fennel as a long history of being used to treat a variety of gut and digestive problems and is also antimicrobial. This herb is an abundant source of antioxidants and improved skin texture.
>>Fennel in Brain & Beauty Plant Alchemy<<
A superb shrub used to in Ayurveda to prevent hair loss, treat dandruff and add strentgh and shine.
>>Flame of the forest in Grow Strong Hair Oil<<
Warm, rich with a sweet-woody scent, frankincense and myrrh has been used for over 5,000 years for its potent healing properties. Frankincense is ruled by the sun and Myrrh (its feminine counterpart) by the moon. This warming powdery resin helps boost immunity, relax the muscles and release deeply embedded emotions for greater self expression and peace.
With its light spicy, floral scent, ‘the flower of constancy’ helps liberate and bring balance to self-expression so ones true essence can shine. Beyond this Geranium has been used for centuries to tone, regenerate and heal skin. Its medicinal properties include: antispasmodic, antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and antibacterial.
Ginger contains around 40 antioxidant compounds that protect against aging. It improves the appearance of skin by removing the toxins and stimulating the circulation, resulting in the delivery of more nutrients to the skin. It improves the elasticity, making skin more firm and youthful. Being a powerful antiseptic and cleansing agent, ginger helps in keeping the skin clean, smooth and free of blemishes. Finally, ginger is known for its aphrodisiac, antioxidant and toning properties, which contribute to radiant skin.
Uplifting and revitalising, Grapefruit has a powerful astringent, diuretic and thermogenic action which helps stimulate circulation, fight fatigue and apathy, detoxify the blood, release fluid retention and diminish cellulite.
Gunpowder green tea is a particular variety of green tea from the Camelia sinensis plant that is prepared sightly differently and therefore has unique properties and health benefits. The caffeine content found in gunpowder green tea makes it an excellent energy booster, particularly for those who want to avoid the acidity of coffee.
>>Gunpowder in Surrender Infusion<<
Haritaki (terminalia chebula) is a very famous rejuvenating herb. The Haritaki fruit causes increase in digestion power. Because of sweet, bitter and astringent tastes, it balances Pitta; because of its pungent, bitter and astringent tastes, it balances kapha and because of its sour tastes, Terminalia chebula balances Vata.
>>Hibiscus in Brain & Beauty Plant Alchemy<<
With a sweet aroma and smokey, balsamic undertones, Himalayan Cedarwood is in many of our blends for its therapeutically soothing properties. A natural anti-seborrhoeic, it helps regulate sebum production, therefore preventing dry, itchy skin and scalp.
Honeybush tea is native to South Africa. It is an excellent source of polyphenols, flavonoids, phenolics and other antioxidants. It doesn't contain caffeine and promotes a sense of calmness in the body, while also treating nervousness and anxiety.
>>Honeybush in Spirited Infusion<<
Grown in Northern India; it takes 1,000 pounds of jasmine flowers to extract just one pound of precious oil. Known as ‘wrath ki rani', meaning ‘queen of the night’, this star shaped white flower is hand-picked at dusk, when its seductive aroma is at its most intense. The women of India adorn their hair with fresh, intoxicating jasmine, while men wear it round their wrist. Rich in esters; we use this therapeutic oil in many of our blends for its ability to soothe the senses and heal even the most sensitive skin.
With natural antibacterial abilities, juniper berry oil is one of the most popular natural remedies for fighting skin irritations and infections.It contains antioxidants that help to slow age-related degradation, such as skin problems. The smell of juniper berries offers emotional support and reduce physical and emotional signs of stress.
>>Juniper Berry in Spirited Kapha Body Oil<<
Lemongrass oil can be used to soothe irritations on the skin. It is an effective cleanser for all skin types; its antiseptic and astringent properties make lemongrass oil perfect for getting even and glowing skin. It can sterelize pores, serve as a natural toner and strengthen skin tissues.
Licorice, also known as Glycyrrhinza glabra, has many purported uses. It promotes digestive, respiratory, and adrenal gland health.
>>Licorice in Transform & Transcend Plant Alchemy<<
Linseed oil is known for their many health benefits. It help enhance skin health. Indeed, it improve skin smoothness and hydratation.
>>Linseed Oil in Reawaken Hand & Body Wash<<
Seen at the feet of the goddess of wealth; India’s national flower emerges from the depths of muddy waters to reveal its sweet, elegant bloom and calming properties that bring tranquility and relaxation to mind and body. Containing linoleum acid, flavonoids, fatty acids, protein, phosphorus, iron and Vitamins B and C, practitioners of Ayurveda medicine use blue lotus in facials for its ability to cleanse, sooth and condition skin, reducing redness and outbreaks, whilst restoring skin firmness and moisture by neutralising the free radicals that cause damage and pre-mature ageing. Blue Lotus helps stimulate blood flow and bring out the freshness on your face.
Manjistha (Rubia cordifolia) is an ayurvedic tonic herb that has been prized for centuries for its long benefits and uses. Manjistha is a potent antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and anti-microbial. It has been used as a muscle relaxant; to ease stress, anxiety and depression; relieve digestive issues, allergies and skin-related issues, such as acne. Overall it is as powerful immune stimulant.
As an effective relaxant, Marjoram is an excellent oil to use to cure insomnia as its eases nervousness, tension and anxiety. It helps prevent facial wrinkles, and cure acne prone skin. Furthermore, Marjoram contains high level of antioxidants. It also has the ability to whiten the skin and help to improve dull complexion.
May chang oil has toning and refreshing qualities. Its revitalising citrus scent makes it perfect for relieving fatigue, lethargy and mental fogginess. Its astringent properties have a tightening and firming effect on the skin. Finally, May chanf has a whole host of properties that make it excellent for treating spots and blemish-prone skin.
>>May Chang in Surrender Vata Body Oil<<
With an impressive oleic acid content of 72%, moringa contains 47 potent antioxidants, 36 anti-inflammatory compounds, 18 essential amino acids, 7 times the Vitamin C of an orange, 3 times the iron of an almond, 4 times the calcium of milk and twice as much Vitamin A as found in a carrot. The incredible rejuvenating properties of this light, luxurious oil penetrate deeply into skin and hair so depleted minerals and vitamins can repair and revive naturally. When massaged regularly into the scalp and roots, moringa helps bring hair back into balance so it grows stronger, fuller and glossier. One of the most nutrient dense oils in the world, moringa helps diminish fine lines, blemished and scarred skin, revealing soft skin with a vital glow.
Nagarmotha, know as Cyperus Rotundus in botany, is an herb that is extensively used in various Ayurvedic formulations. Is it helpful in easy digestion. It alleviates Kapha and Pitta, blood disorders, thirst, fever and lack of appetite.
>>Nagarmotha in Strength & Spirit Plant Alchemy<<
Neem leaf exctract benefits for skin are numerous, known for everything from healing to hydrating. The combination of vitamin E, together with fatty acids hydrate skin and keep it plump and dewy. The antioxidants fight oxidative stress and the free radicals responsible for aging and disease. It also prevents blackheads, treat acne, calm irritation and protect skin. Indeed, Neem can quickly penetrate outer layers of skin, making it effective in healing dry and damaged skin. Its strong antiseptic properties will also help prevent seconday skin infections.
Soft and gentle, Neroli combines sweet floral notes with light citrus, green undertones that help wafts away sadness and anxiety, clearing the way inner confidence and joyfulness. In Skincare, Neroli is used to rejuvenate skin and diminish scars and soften fine lines.
>>Neroli in Nourish Post-Shave & Beard Oil<<
Glycerin is a key ingredient in anti-aging products, thanks to its moisturizing properties. As it is a plant-based substance, it is widely used for treating skin irritation, rashes, and itches. Applying glycerin will give smoother looking skin without making it greasy or oily. It is also an excellent toner for oily skin.
Pai Mu Tan tea is a very select Chinese white tea made from the buds of the tea plant. The high quality gives this product highly appreciated organoleptic characteristics with a soft aroma and flavor, pleasent, fresh, aromatic and fruity. The caffeine content of Pai-Mu-Tan tea is actually very low, and its content in antioxidants, such as polyphenols, catechins, tannins, etc, are far superior to other types of teas, including green tea. The tea is very suitable when there is anxiety, stress or nervousness, because it is rich in magnesium, and also for its low degree of oxidation.
>>Pai-Mu-Tan in Surrender Infusion<<
Palmarosa oil can be helpful during times of anxiety and can be comforting and help soothe grief, emotional wounds and help diminish anger.
>>Palmarosa in Sundaram & Silence Essential Oil Candle<<
Known for its deep, earthy fragrance, Patchouli has long been used in skincare for its ability to help alleviate eczema, inflammation, and cracked, chapped, irritated skin. Quite often found in anti-aging skin care for its cell-rejuvenating properties and its ability to lessen the look of scars. On an emotional level, Patchouli helps calm the nerves, uplift the mind and its rich, intoxicating aroma makes it a natural arphodisac.
Peppermint is an aromatic herb in the mint family that is a cross between watermint and spearmint. Native to Europe and Asia, it has been used for thousands of years for its pleasant, minty taste and health benefits. As peppermint acts as a muscle relaxant and pain reliever, it may diminish certain types of headaches. Peppermint has antibacterial, antiviral, and anti-inflammatory properties. Is also may improse energy levels and reduce daytime fatigue.
>>Peppermint Leaves in Serenity Infusion<<
The root of the chicory plant has long been used as a substitute for coffee. But it does not contains caffeine inside. It could replace a cup of coffee and helping reduce the stress levels.
>>Roasted Chicpory Root in Serenity Infusion<<
Consumed in southern Africa for centuries, Rooibos has become a beloved drink around the world. It is low in tannins and free from caffeine and oxalic acid. It may even have some benefits for exercice performance, concentration and mood. It also has high levels of health-promoting antioxidants, which include aspalathin and quercetin.
>>Rooibos in Spirited Infusion<<
A symbol of love and devotion, tri-doshic rose oil has been beloved for centuries for its numerous healing which including treating broken capillaries, diminishing redness and fine lines, while strengthening and nourishing skin. Notable as an aphrodisiac, anti-depressant, antiseptic, antispasmodic and antibacterial, rose is one of the words most versatile and cherished florals.
Rose flowers, especially buds, contain a high concentration of vitamin C which by far surpasses the levels in fresh fruits like orange, tomato, and grapefruit. This makes it a great herbal tea to maintain a healthy and radiant skin. Drinking rose flower herbal tea is a great way to relax as it can calm the central nervous system, reducing the chance of depression and anxiety. it can also benefit victims of chronic fatigue, insomnia and nervourness.
>>RoseBuds in Surrender Infusion<<
One of the worlds most rare and expensive spices, Saffron is often referred to as ‘red gold’. It soothes, tightens and give skin a warm glow and radiance. Our finest quality Kashmiri saffron restores softness and suppleness, evens skin tone and nourishes the skin at a cellular level to repair damage.
>>Saffron in Radiance Exfoliant & Mask<<
Known in mythology as being derived from the ‘tree of sages’, rare Mysore sandalwood is prized for its rich, woody aroma that helps soothe the mind for greater clarity and calm. Sandalwoods potent antiseptic, astringent and anti-inflammatory properties help fight the free radicals that case premature ageing helping to minimise scars, redness and dryness, to reveal firmer, softer, radiant skin.
>>Sandalwood in Reawaken Bodycare Collection<<
Sencha is made from green tea eaves that are cultivated in direct sunlight. The reach blend of vitamins, minerals, caffeine, and antioxidants found in this green tea variety, along with an ample amount of caffeine, make it as an energy-booster. The antioxidants and Vitamin C help keep the skin looking radiant, acne-free and youthful. They also aid in reducing the appearance of wrinkles and delaying aging by hydrating the skin.
>>Sencha in Surrender Infusion<<
A superior source of Vitamin A, B and E, as well as the minerals iron, calcium, magnesium, copper, silicic acid and phosphorus; sesame oil has been used in Ayurveda centuries for calming nerves and regulating blood pressure and for hair as a natural exlir to keep scalp hydrated, moisturised and deeply nourished whilst delaying signs of greying and stimulating and strengthening the hair shaft and roots. Cooling to the scalp, its application works the nutrients from the inside out, locking in moisture, whilst also preventing UV damage and any further drying caused by extreme weather conditions and modern heating systems.
Shatavari, also known as satavari or aspargus racemosus is said to have a range of health benefits. The herb is adaptogenic, which means that it may help to regulate the body's systems and improve resistance to stress.
>>Shatavari in Transform & Transcend Plant Alchemy<<
Shea butter is a fat extracted from the nut of the African shea tree. Shea butter nourishes the sklin with Vitamin A, E and F which are beneficial for maintining the skin and keep it clear and healthy. Furthermore, they are helpful for sun damaged skin and to help prevent wrinkles and facials lines.
>>Shea Butter in Reawaken Hand & Body Lotion<<
Grow in the rainforests of India, Shikakai has remarkably high levels of vitamin C,A,D,E and K; making it ideal for nighttime application. And being anti-seborrhoeic, it helps regulate sebum production, therefore preventing dry, itchy skin and scalp.
>>Shikakai in Grow Strong Shampoo<<
Sunflower oil has emolient that helps the skin retain its moisture and is extremely high in Vitamin E- an antoioxydant that helps protect skill cells from harmful UV rays from the sun and other environmental stressors. It also help in preventing premature signs of aging and protect the collagen and elastin in the skin and reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles in your face. Finally, it has natural calming properties that improve skin's moisture retention capacity and is beneficial for individuals with dehytrated or sensitive skin.
Given its antibacterial and antifungal properties, thyme oil can protect skin from related infections. The oil also heals sores, wounds, scars and cuts. Thyme is high iin antioxidant and can slow down the aging process and give a healthy and glowing skin.
>>Thyme in Spirited Kapha Body Oil<<
An intoxicating aphrodisiac, this deep orange-golden brown oil has relaxing, warming properties and is is known as ‘mistress of the night’ or “raat ki raani’, for it’s strong, intense floral fragrance that builds an atmosphere of peacefulness and love, whilst calming the mind and muscles.
Tulsi or holy basil (Ocimum sanctum) is known as the "Queen of Herbs" and is an important herb in Ayurvedic medicine. It is especially known as an adaptogen, an herb that supports the body's stress response. Tulsi is believed to promote long life and is taken as an elixir to promote balance and resilience to all life's challenges. This is a calming herb that produces relaxation effetcs.
Turkish Rose has anti-ageing properties. It reduces oxidative stress on the body brought on by free radicals, which are the result of everything from stress to environmental polluants.
>>Turkish Rose in Himalayan Healing Salts<<
Known as the 'golden goddess' turmeric has been used in India for thousands of years for its potent beautifying and healing properties. More recently the West has hailed 'cur cumin' (the active ingredient found in turmeric), to have immense therapeutic benefits as antiseptic, antioxidant, anti-bacterial, anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, anti-fungal, concluding it to be a powerful anti-ageing ingredient. Tumeric also has the effect of surpressing transmuting growth agent beta One, and it is this that is said to play a part in hair loss. With over 4,000 scientific studies recorded for over 600 medical conditions, turmeric deserves its name as a super food.
Vervain was known as a divine herb in Ancient Egypt. Vervain is a deeply penetrating nervine that soothes and sedates the nervous system. It is a relaxing and uplifting herb that can stimulate the release of the neurotransmitters dopamine and serotonin, enhancing mood and well being. Vervain is also a good night's sleep. Known as a "bitter herb", Vervain is also a digestive stimulant, improving digestive function.
>>Vervain in Spirited Infusion<<
Native to India and central to Ayurvedic medicine, the ‘oil of tranquility’ balances and its rich aroma calms the mind. Vetiver is a cooling antiseptic that heals wounds and scar tissue and promotes new growth. Anti-ageing benefits including regenerating and strengthening, whilst diminishing scars, acne, burns and nourishing tired skin that is losing its elasticity and tone.
Tocopherol is an organic composite found in natural ingredients that is essentially Vitamin E in its purest, most potent form. Vitamin E combats the free radicals found in UV rays and daily pollution thus helping to diminish the damage these cause such as premature wrinkles, age spots, scars and discolouration.
Grown in the lower Himalayan regions of South India, the oil of watermelon seed is rich in fatty acids, omega and linoleic acids, which helps remove excess sebum within the skin to ensure it feels thoroughly cleansed, resulting in fewer breakouts. This light oil absorbs with effortlessly, giving superb hydration and restoring elasticity for healthier looking skin.