Organic & Chemical-Free
Active agents are imported, organic and chemical free.
Exfoliators - Exfoliation involves the removal of the oldest dead skin cells on the skin's outermost surface. Exfoliation is involved in the process of all facials, during microdermabrasion or chemical peels at medical spas. Exfoliation can be achieved through mechanical or chemical means.
Papaya contains Papain that dissolves dead skin cells making it easier for exfoliating the skin, thus making it cleaner and clearer.
Carrot can be a skin exfoliator and whitener because of its beta carotene that detoxifies the skin.
Skin Whitening - is the practice of using substances, mixtures, or physical treatments to lighten skin color. Skin whitening treatments work by reducing the content of melanin of the skin. Many agents have been shown to be effective in skin whitening; some have beneficial side effects (e.g.: are antioxidants, nutrients, or decrease the risk of some types of cancer); some are a significant risk to health (for example, those containing mercury).
Kojic Acid from Japanese mushrooms
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Moisturizers - are complex mixtures of chemical agents specially designed to make the external layers of the skin (epidermis) softer and more pliable. They increase the skin's hydration (water content) by reducing evaporation. Naturally occurring skin lipids and sterols, as well as artificial or natural oils, humectants, emollients, lubricants, etc., may be part of the composition of commercial skin moisturizers. They usually are available as commercial products for cosmetic and therapeutic uses, but can also be made at home using common pharmacy ingredients.
Rosehip Seed Extract Oil
Grape Seed Extract Oil
Sun Protect Factor