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Here you will find all the ingredients we use in our skin care. Under "active ingredients" you will find common denominators and you can click on the products they are in. Under "ingredients" you can search or find a specific ingredient alphabetically, and under "category" you can sort by function. (page is under construction)

  • Amino acids

    Amino acids are the building blocks of peptides and proteins, and each amino acid performs a specific function. Some amino acids act as an antioxidant, but most help your skin to reproduce its own antioxidants.

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  • Antioxidants

    Antioxidants are essential for the skin and come in many varieties such as vitamins A, C and E, beta carotene, glutathione, selenium, green tea and dozens of others. The more of these that are included in your skin care products, the better!

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  • Bakuchiol

    Studies show that bakuchiol (natural retinol) improves the skin's skin tone, reduces large pores, increases firmness, smoothes out texture and reduces fine lines similar to retinol - but with less risk of irritation.

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  • Beta Glucan

    Beta-glucan is extracted from oats or yeast. and it has a moisturizing and very soothing effect on redness, sensitive, stressed, itchy and irritated skin. Beta-glucan penetrates the skin and balances / moisturizes the skin from the inside out. Studies show that it effectively protects the skin barrier, repairing dehydrated and cracked skin.

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  • Vitamin C

    Vitamin C provides powerful protection against pollution, environmental damage and sun damage. Products that contain vitamin C make your skin look younger for a long time.

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  • Ceramides

    Ceramides are natural lipids / fats that bind skin cells together and act as a shield on the outside of the skin. The body produces this naturally, but with a number of skin problems, the skin produces fewer ceramides. This leads to a weakened skin barrier and a membrane that does not work properly. This in turn can leave a skin that feels rough and irritated because it is dry.

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  • DMAE

    DMAE is a natural substance with significant anti-inflammatory properties. Studies show that DMAE provides increased firmness in the skin and improves elasticity and skin tone, and helps reduce lines and wrinkles.

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  • Enzymes

    Enzymes come from fruits such as papaya and pineapple and they loosen the bonds between the dead skin cells so that they loosen from the surface. A mild but effective treatment.

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  • Niacinamide

    Niacinamide supports the skin barrier (the outer surface of the skin), increases resistance and improves skin texture by making the pores look smaller. It also helps to balance oil production, reduce pigment, provide moisture and smoother skin. New studies also show that it protects against UVA and UVB steels.

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  • Omega fatty acids

    Fatty acids help keep the outer layer of the skin strong and healthy, and prevent moisture from escaping, while helping to smooth the surface of the skin. Fatty acids can also have anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties.

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  • Peptides

    Peptides are neurotransmitters that consist of short chains of amino acids that are small enough to penetrate the skin layers and affect the skin cells. They are like building blocks in the skin and ensure that the skin cells build up collagen and elastin, and they make the skin appear as it is younger.

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  • Probiotics

    Studies show that using probiotic skin care products can reduce acne breakouts and balance dry skin and eczema.

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  • Retinol

    Retinol acts as a hormone that stimulates cell renewal and the skin cells' production of connective tissue (collagen). It is an effective ingredient that causes the skin cells to behave younger, and has been documented to have an anti-aging effect on the skin. Retinol / Retinyl Palmitate = Vitamin A Use a good retinol cream to reduce fine lines, wrinkles and dark spots on the skin.

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  • Salicylic acid

    Salicylic acid (BHA) is an important ingredient in a skincare routine because it keeps the pores clean and gives a healthier skin.

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  • SPF

    The sun damages the skin cells even on a cloudy day. Always use the sun factor regardless of the season.

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  • Growth factor

    Growth factors are proteins that stimulate cell growth and cell function. They cause the cells to divide, grow and produce proteins such as collagen, the basic building block of the skin. With increased collagen production, the skin becomes thicker and wrinkles smaller.

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