Behind each nice serum are a roll name of nice energetic components.
We’ve simply launched our Back to Life Hydration Serum, which we’re calling, the serum for individuals who can’t tolerate serums.
We would have liked to develop a product that was not solely highly effective in its efficiency, however so light-weight it may be used on any pores and skin kind. No downside.
Utilizing components like Propylene Glycol, Ethanol, artificial thickeners and Silicones, that are discovered in lots of serums wasn’t an possibility – as they’re identified to annoy delicate pores and skin.
As an alternative, we discovered two performance-driven natural actives to do what we would have liked the serum to do – drive water into the pores and skin, and maintain it there.
Hyaluronic Acid isn’t truly an acid, however a glycosaminoglycan, which is mainly a really massive sugar that naturally happens in our pores and skin and joints.
Identified for being hydrophilic, it would draw and maintain onto water, and so it performs an enormous position in retaining moisture. We use extremely low molecular weight (which implies tiny molecules of) Hyaluronic Acid, so it will probably penetrate into the pores and skin simply. These intelligent molecules act like a sponge to bind water to the pores and skin, serving to to maintain pores and skin wholesome and plumped up.
We all know berries to be highly effective components in terms of what we eat, and the identical goes for pores and skin food. Wealthy in antioxidants, this trio of indigenous Australian berries assist the pores and skin’s pure moisture barrier and defend towards water loss.
(1) Pepperberry (Tasmannia lanceolata)
The pepperberry tree is a hardy mountain-growing species. Pepperberry is wealthy in antioxidants (anthocyanins & rutins) defending cells from oxidative harm. The fruit extract has proven to have an antioxidant energy thrice larger than blueberries.
(2) Riberry (Syzygium luehmannii)
Riberry is a small rainforest pink-fruit additionally named ‘Lilly Pilly” by the Aborigines. Riberry accommodates antioxidants (vitamin E & anthocyanins) and nutritious pores and skin components like important minerals (magnesium, calcium, potassium).
(3) Muntries (Kunzea pomifera)
Muntries is likely one of the oldest Australian bush meals within the eating regimen of the Aborigines. Muntries are wealthy in antioxidants (anthocyanins). The pure wax content material discovered within the berry nourishes the pores and skin and gives a barrier towards moisture loss.