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THE PUREST INGREDIENTS

Cold-pressed, distilled, and infused for purity and potency. 

Multivitamin All-in-one Face Serum

Organic Grapeseed, Organic Passion Fruit, Organic Rose Hip, Organic Green Tea, Organic Jojoba, Organic Carrot, Organic Pomegranate, Organic Primrose, Organic Sea Buckthorn, Organic Sweet Apricot, Organic Sweet Almond, Wildcrafted Ylang Ylang Essential Oil, Wildcrafted Frankincense Essential Oil, Wildcrafted Myrrh Essential Oil, Wildcrafted Chamomile Essential Oil, Wildcrafted Rosemary Essential Oil, Wildcrafted Manuka Leaf Essential Oil, Organic Green Tea Infusion.

Multivitamin All-in-one Body Serum

Organic Sweet Apricot, Organic Green Tea, Organic Grapeseed, Organic Primrose, Organic Jojoba, Organic Pomegranate, Organic Sweet Almond, Organic Vegan Wax, Organic Passion Fruit, Wildcrafted Ylang Ylang Essential Oil, Wildcrafted Frankincense Essential Oil, Wildcrafted Myrrh Essential Oil, Wildcrafted Rosemary Essential Oil, Wildcrafted Chamomile Essential Oil, Organic Green Tea Infusion.

Category

APRICOT

RESEARCHED BENEFITS:
acne control
inflammation regulation 
moisture retention

Category

ALMONDS

RESEARCHED BENEFITS:
stretch mark support
photo-aging support
skin softening

Category

BLUE CHAMOMILE

RESEARCHED BENEFITS:
collagen support
inflammation regulation
sunspot lightening

Category

CARROT

RESEARCHED BENEFITS:
collagen support
UV recovery
anti-aging

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FRANKINCENSE

RESEARCHED BENEFITS:
skin density
fine lines
collagen support

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GRAPESEED

RESEARCHED BENEFITS:
wrinkles 
UV recovery
acne control

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GREEN TEA

RESEARCHED BENEFITS:
moisture retention
UV recovery
wrinkles

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JOJOBA

RESEARCHED BENEFITS:
collagen support
inflammation regulation
acne control

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MYRRH

RESEARCHED BENEFITS:
healing
sunspots
wrinkles

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PASSION FRUIT

RESEARCHED BENEFITS:
collagen
inflammation regulation
sunspot lightening

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POMEGRANATE

RESEARCHED BENEFITS:
skin density
cell turnover
UV recovery

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PRIMROSE

RESEARCHED BENEFITS:
elasticity and firmness
moisture retention
inflammation regulation

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ROSEHIP

RESEARCHED BENEFITS:
collagen support
inflammation regulation
eczema

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ROSEMARY

RESEARCHED BENEFITS:
antioxidant
natural preservative
acne control

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SEA BUCKTHORN

RESEARCHED BENEFITS:
skin softening 
UV recovery 
tissue regeneration

Category

YLANG YLANG

RESEARCHED BENEFITS:
antioxidant
fungal defense
inflammation regulation

Scientific References: 

Grapeseed:
1. Maffei FR, Carini M, Aldini G, Bombardelli E, Morazzoni P, Morelli R. 1994. Free radicals scavenging action and anti-enzyme activities of procyanidines from Vitis vinifera – a mechanism for their capillary protective action. Arzneimittel forsch 44: 592–601.
2. Korać, Radavar, and Kapilm Khambholja. 2011. “Potential of Herbs in Skin Protection from Ultraviolet Radiation.” Pharmacognosy Reviews 5 (10): 164. doi:10.4103/0973-7847.91114.
3. John Shi, Jianmel Yu, Joseph E. Pohorly, and Yukio Kakuda, 2003. Polyphenolics in Grape Seeds—Biochemistry and Functionality Journal of Medicinal Food 6:4, 291-299.

Green Tea:
4. Tamsyn SA Thring, Pauline Hili, Declan P Naughton. 2009. Anti-collagenase, anti-elastase and anti-oxidant activities of extracts from 21 plants. BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine. The official journal of the International Society for Complementary Medicine Research (ISCMR)20099:27
5. Katiyar SK, Ahmad N, Mukhtar H. 2000. Green tea and skin. Arch Dermatol 136: 989–994
6.C. A. Elmets, D. Singh, K. Tubesing, M. Matsui, S. Katiyar, and H. Mukhtar, “Cutaneous photoprotection from ultraviolet injury by green tea polyphenols,” Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology, vol. 44, no. 3, pp. 425–432, 2001

Passion Fruit (Maracuja):
7, 9. Matsui, Yuko, Kenkichi Sugiyama, Masanori Kamei, Toshio Takahashi, Tamio Suzuki, Yohtaro Katagata, and Tatsuhiko Ito. 2010. “Extract of Passion Fruit (Passiflora Edulis) Seed Containing High Amounts of Piceatannol Inhibits Melanogenesis and Promotes Collagen Synthesis.” Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 58 (20): 11112–11118. doi:10.1021/jf102650d.
8. Zucolotto, Silvana, Stella Goulart, Ana Montanher, Flávio Reginatto, Eloir Schenkel, and Tânia Fröde. 2009. “Bioassay-Guided Isolation of Anti-InflammatoryC-Glucosylflavones FromPassiflora Edulis.” Planta Medica 75 (11): 1221–1226. doi:10.1055/s-0029-1185536.

Carrot Seed:
10. Cho, Soyun, Dong Hun Lee, Chong-Hyun Won, Sang Min Kim, Serah Lee, Min-Jung Lee, and Jin Ho Chung. 2010. “Differential Effects of Low-Dose and High-Dose Beta-Carotene Supplementation on the Signs of Photoaging and Type I Procollagen Gene Expression in Human Skin in Vivo.” Dermatology 221 (2): 160–171. doi:10.1159/000305548.
11. Zeinab, Rami Abu, Mohamad Mroueh, Mona Diab-Assaf, Abdo Jurjus, Brigitte Wex, Amer Sakr, and Costantine F. Daher. 2011. “Chemopreventive Effects of Wild Carrot Oil against 7,12-Dimethyl Benz(a)Anthracene-Induced Squamous Cell Carcinoma in Mice.” Pharmaceutical Biology 49 (9): 955–961. doi:10.3109/13880209.2011.559250.

Rosehip:
13. Dayan N. Skin aging handbook: An Integrated Approach to Biochemistry and Product Development.New York: William Andrew Inc; 2008.
14. Svobodová A, Psotová J, Walterová D. Natural phenolics in the prevention of UV- induced skin damage. Biomed Papers. 2003;147:137–45.
15. Shabykin, G.P.; Godorazhi, A.I. A polyvitamin preparation of fat-soluble vitamins (carotolin) and rose hip oil in the treatment of certain dermatoses. Vestnik Dermatol. Venerol. 1967, 41, 71–73.

Primrose:
16-18. Muggli, R. 2005. “Systemic Evening Primrose Oil Improves the Biophysical Skin Parameters of Healthy Adults.” International Journal of Cosmetic Science 27 (4): 243–249. doi:10.1111/j.1467-2494.2005.00274.x.

Sweet Almond:
19. Jamileh Malakouti, Azizeh Farshbaf Khalili and Atefeh Kamrani, Sesame, Sweet Almond & Sesame and Sweet Almond Oil for the Prevention of Striae in Primiparous Fe-males: A Triple-Blind Randomized Controlled Trial, Iranian Red Crescent Medical Journal, 19, 6, (2016).
20. Zeeshan Ahmad, The uses and properties of almond oil, Complementary Therapies in Clinical Practice, 16, 1, (10), (2010).
21. Ahmad, Z. “The uses and properties of almond oil.” Complementary therapies in clinical practice 16.1 (2010): 10.

Frankincense:
22-24. Calzavara-Pinton, P., Zane, C., Facchinetti, E., Capezzera, R., & Pedretti, A. (2010). Topical Boswellic acids for treatment of photoaged skin. Dermatologic Therapy, 23, S28–S32. https://doi.org/10.1111/J.1529-8019.2009.01284.X

Sweet Apricot Kernel:
25. Kanlayavattanakul, M., and N. Lourith. 2011. “Therapeutic Agents and Herbs in Topical Application for Acne Treatment.” International Journal of Cosmetic Science33 (4): 289–297.do:10.1111/j.1468-2494.2011.00647.x.
26. Young GL, Jewell D. 2000. Creams for preventing stretch marks in pregnancy. Cochrane Database Syst Rev. (2) :CD00066 .
27. Dweck, A.C. Skin treatment with plants of the Americas. Toil.112, 47–64 (1997).

Pomegranate Seed:
28. Aslam, M.N., Lansky, E.P., & Varani, J. (2006). Pomegranate as a cosmeceutical source: pomegranate fractions promote proliferation and procollagen synthesis and inhibit matrix metalloproteinase-1 production in human skin cells. Journal of Ethnopharmacology 103 3, 311-8.
29. Tamsyn SA Thring, Pauline Hili, Declan P Naughton. 2009. Anti-collagenase, anti-elastase and anti-oxidant activities of extracts from 21 plants. BMC Complementary and Alternative MedicineThe official journal of the International Society for Complementary Medicine Research (ISCMR)20099:27
30. Hora, J.J.; Maydew, E.R.; Lansky, E.P.; Dwivedi, C. Chemopreventive effects of pomegranate seed oil on skin tumor development in CD1 mice. Med. Food2003, 6, 157–161.

Sea Buckthorn:
31. Koskovac, M., Cupara, S., Kipic, M., Barjaktarevic, A., Milovanovic, O., Kojicic, K., & Markovic, M. (2017). Sea Buckthorn Oil—A Valuable Source for Cosmeceuticals. Cosmetics, 4(4), 40.
32. Korać, Radavar, and Kapilm Khambholja. 2011. “Potential of Herbs in Skin Protection from Ultraviolet Radiation.” Pharmacognosy Reviews 5 (10): 164. doi:10.4103/0973-7847.91114.
33. Zhao, Y., 1994. Clinical effects of Hippophae seed oil in the treatment of 32 burn cases. Hippophae, 7: 36-37.

Jojoba:
34. Vaughn, A., Nguyen, M., Maarouf, M., Van Skiver, M., Tran, K., Rybak, I., Sivamani, R., & Shi, V. (2018). Multi-Center Randomized Clinical Study of The Effects of Natural Oils on Xerosis and Skin Barrier Properties. SKIN The Journal of Cutaneous Medicine, 2(5). doi:https://doi.org/10.25251/2.5.1
35. Pazyar, N., Yaghoobi, R., Ghassemi, M., Kazerouni, A., Rafeie, E., & Jamshydian, N. (2013). Jojoba in dermatology: a succinct review. Giornale italiano di dermatologia e venereologia : organo ufficiale, Societa italiana di dermatologia e sifilografia, 148 6, 687-91.
36. Meier, L.; Stange, R.; Michalsen, A.; Uehleke, B. Clay jojoba oil facial mask for lesioned skin and mild acne—Results of a prospective, observational pilot study. Forsch Komplementmed 2012, 19, 75–79.

Myrrh:
37-39. Leem, Kang-Hyun. 2015. “Effects of Myrrh Extracts on the Anti-Wrinkle Activity and Anti Tyrosinase Activity in Hs68 Human Fibroblasts.” doi:10.14257/astl.2015.104.37.

Ylang Ylang:
40. Wei, A., & Shibamoto, T. (2007). Antioxidant activities and volatile constituents of various essential oils. Journal of agricultural and food chemistry, 55(5), 1737-1742.
41. Santhanam, J., Ghani, A., Nadiah, F., & Basri, D. F. (2014). Antifungal activity of Jasminum sambac against Malassezia sp. and non-Malassezia sp. isolated from human skin samples. Journal of Mycology, 2014.
42. Hussain, M., Bakhsh, H., Aziz, A., Majeed, A., Khan, I. A., Mujeeb, A., & Farooq, U. (2013). Comparative In vitro study of antimicrobial activities of flower and whole plant of Jasminum officinale against some human pathogenic microbes. Journal of Pharmacy and Alternative Medicine, 2(4), 33-43.

German Chamomile:
43. Gupta, V., Mittal, P., Bansal, P., Khokra, S. L., & Kaushik, D. (2010). Pharmacological potential of Matricaria recutita-A review. Int J Pharm Sci Drug Res, 2(1), 12-6.
44. Shikov, A. N., Pozharitskaya, O. N., Makarov, V. G., & Kvetnaya, A. S. (2008). Antibacterial activity of Chamomilla recutita oil extract against Helicobacter pylori. Phytotherapy Research: An International Journal Devoted to Pharmacological and Toxicological Evaluation of Natural Product Derivatives, 22(2), 252-253.
45. Chandrashekhar, V. M., Halagali, K. S., Nidavani, R. B., Shalavadi, M. H., Biradar, B. S., Biswas, D., & Muchchandi, I. S. (2011). Anti-allergic activity of German chamomile (Matricaria recutita L.) in mast cell mediated allergy model. Journal of ethnopharmacology, 137(1), 336-340.

Rosemary: 
Fu, Y., Zu, Y., Chen, L., Efferth, T., Liang, H., Liu, Z., & Liu, W. (2007). Investigation of antibacterial activity of rosemary essential

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