Long used in emergency rooms to treat alcohol poisoning and drug overdoses, this form of carbon — found in cleansers, masks, toothpastes, health drinks — has been specially treated to increase its absorbency, allowing it to sponge up dirt and oil from pores (or toxins from the stomach when taken internally).
AHA (Alpha-Hydroxy Acid)
AHA’s include: Glycolic Acid, Lactic Acid, Malic Acid, Citric Acid & Tartaric Acid.
Natural acids derived from fruit, dairy products and sugar cane which loosen and remove dead skin cells from skin, enhancing the skin’s texture and overall appearance. Effective in smoothing skin and wrinkles.
Alcohol (SD Alcohol)
Undrinkable ethyl alcohol has many uses in skin care. It delivers other ingredients into the skin and drives them deeper down. In toners and acne products, it can help dissolve oil and temporarily tighten pores. When added to certain moisturizers, like gel-based lotions, it makes them less tacky and helps them dry down faster on the face.
Molecules that slow down or prevent oxidation of other molecules. In skin care, antioxidants help prevent premature ageing.
Vitamic C, antioxidant, essential for collagen synthesis, water-soluble
Oil-soluble, super-stable form of Vitamin. Antioxidant
A rich source of sugars and amino acids derived from marine algae.
Derived from the Comfrey Root, this botanical extract is an excellent soothing and healing agent.
Chemical sunscreen absorbing UVA radiation. Also known as Butyl Methoxydibenzoylmethane