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(Phellinus linteus, WillowBracket or black hoof mushroom) has been used for hundreds of years in traditional Eastern Medicine.
Mesima extract is often added to skin care products as an antioxidant and anti-inflammatory. Some studies have recently shown that Mesima may provide benefit for those with eczema, hyperpigmentation, and even possibly in the topical treatment of melanoma.
Spirulina is high in anti-oxidants which can provide skin firming and anti-inflammatory effects.
Phycocyanin (Spirulina's main active ingredient) can reduce free radicals in the skin helping prevent damage that can lead to fine and deep lines. Spirulina also contains many important amino acids, that help skin stay firm while supporting the body’s natural collagen production.
is a powerful antioxidant and when applied topically may reduce UV damage (caused my irradiation) in skin, help nourish and protect your skin from damage caused by free radicals, and increase the amount of vitamin E stored within the sebaceous glands.
Coconut oil is high in antioxidants and antibacterial which can help relieve inflammation and redness in skin.
Coconut oil is light on skin and non-clogging, making it a perfect moisturizer for sensitive or acne prone skin. Also, some studies have shown that coconut oil may help accelerate wound healing.
Sweet Almond Oil
Because almond oil is an anti-inflammatory, it may help ease swelling of the skin. Due to its emollient properties, almond oil also has the potential to improve both complexion and skin tone.
The oil’s fatty acid content may help dissolve excess oil on the skin, while the retinoids in the oil may reduce the appearance of acne and improve skins self healing.
Olive oil has a very high concentration of an ingredient called SqualEne the natural, less abrasive derivative of SqualAne. Making it the perfect ingredient for cleansing oils.
Olive oil is full of skin feeding vitamins, including A, D, and K, as well as vitamin E.
Olive oil is also an antioxidant, so it may help prevent or reverse UV damage.
Shea Butter's high concentrations of fatty acids and vitamins help soften skin. Shea butter also has anti-inflammatory and healing properties and has been known to aid in the reduction of stretch marks and scarring. Using shea butter on your body can condition, tone, and soothe your skin.
Cascara Sagrada has been said to possess skin restoring and hydrating properties. When used topically, it's known to help prevent fine lines, deep lines, blemishes, or dark patches on your skin, and may also help in the treatment of acne.
Licorice root has often been used in skincare as a natural skin tone evener and brightener.
The active compounds in Licorice Glabridin, Glycyrrhizin, and Licochalcone A help hinder inflamation, over production of melanin, and free radicals that cause redness and dark spots in the skin and may even reduce UV skin damage.
Chamomile is a wonderful skin ally.
Studies have shown Chamomile to be anti-inflammatory, anti-fungal, antibacterial, and antiseptic. It is also high in antioxidants
helping to reduce skin irritants and free radicals.
Lavender is antibacterial, antimicrobial, and high in antioxidants.
Lavender has been used in skincare to help reduce inflammation and balance PH by combating free radicals, bacteria and harmful fungi like candida.
Active compounds in Butchers Broom can help fade appearance of dark circles.
The pore-reducing quality of butcher’s broom helps skin appear smoother overall, and is also beneficial for those with clogged pores and oily skin. This is also a great product ingredient for those with sensitive skin.
Wood Betony has anti-inflammatory properties and has been said to decrease how often you have flare-ups and the redness of the skin.
Wood betony has been used for the treatment of edema, hives, and shingles by herbalists over the centuries.
horsetail contains more silicon in the form of silica and silica acids than any other herb, in a form that's highly absorbable by the body. It has been shown to promote tighter and firmer skin, and help reduce the size of pores. Skin feeding nutrients like magnesium, zinc, manganese, potassium, selenium, thiamine, riboflavin, vitamin C and bioflavonoids are also benefits of horsetail.
Milk Thistle is high in Silymarin and Vitamin E. Silymarin offers antioxidant benefits, which help protect skin from environmental stressors. Vitamin E offers similar protective benefits, and fatty acids help aid the skin's natural moisture barrier, soothing and moisturizing. Milk thistle has also been show to have skin-restoring effects.
Damiana is known mostly for being a natural aphrodiasc. But because It's packed with essential oils (cineol, cymol, pinene), flavonoid antioxidants, caffeine, pinocembrin, cacetin, arbutin, tannin, thymol damianin and Vitamin C it provides many benefits to the skin, such as toning, tightening, protecting against free radicles, and helping the skin retain it's natural moisture.
St. John wort
St. John wort works as an incredible anti-inflammatory in skin.
It's been show to reduce the appearance of fine lines and deep lines. It also has natural essential oils that hydrate skin, making it appear more fresh and plump.
St. Johns wort also contains tannins that can help tone and brighten skin
Goji berries contain 11 of the 22 essential dietary trace minerals, though each has different action, they all can help firm, tighten and plump the appearance of your skin. It's also rich in amino acids that can help smooth the look of your skin, and improve tone and color.
Goji berries also contain a high amount of vitamin C, helping to support firming and tightening.
Calendula has been used for centuries. Natural antioxidants in Calendula give it it's protective quality when applied topically. Calendula flowers also contain carotenoids, which help your skin look more radiant, they also protect from environmental stressors. Calendula is also a natural anti-fungal and may aid in the treatment of candida.
Wilow Bark's main active compound Salicin is natural and more gentle than salicylic acid, which is derived from Salicin. It can help reduce the appearance of fine lines and may help treat acne. Willow bark naturally exfoliates skin and clears pores because it is a source of natural hydroxy acids. it also contains flavonoids and tannins, help protect skin from environmental stressors.
The particular antioxidants in Rose help to strengthen skin cells and neutralize free radicals, which can provide restorative benefits. It's great for dry skin due to it's moisturizing properties. Rose is high in Vitamin A and C which can help with smoothing the appearance of fine lines, reducing dark spots and aiding with collagen production.
Plantain is best known for its skin-cleansing properties. It can also minimize the appearance of pores, fade the look of under eye circles, and is very gentle, making it great for those with sensitive skin.
Combined with its cleansing properties, plantain is known to be moisturizing and help aid dry skin.
Comfrey's main active compound is allantoin, which has been show to have soothing, firming and tightening properties. It has been shown to help reduce the appearance of fine lines and deep lines and has been used topically to aid in wound healing.
Comfrey is also very gentle on sensitive skin.
Red Raspberry Leaf
When used topically, Red Raspberry leaf can help aid in the treatment of burns, cuts, rashes, eczema, and psoriasis. The leaves also act as an astringent by tightening the top layers of skin which can help with large pores and acne. The anti-inflammatory properties of raspberry leaves can relieve irritated skin conditions and improve tissue firmness.
Schisandra berries at the molecular level, specifically target two chemical processes linked to skin cell restoration. Schisandra’s strong astringent qualities enable the skin to hold in moisture longer, making it appear fuller and firmer. Schisandra also has the capacity to improve and repair tissue via its ability to release leukocytes.
Arnica has been used by herbalists for centuries to aid in wound healing, as an antiseptic, anti-inflammatory, and for it's pain relieving properties. It's also been used to help aid in the healing of bruises. Research shows that it's healing properties may be due to two chemicals called helenalin and dihyrdohelenalin.
Oregon Grape Root
Oregon Grape Root has been used in Eastern medicine as a topical treatment for inflammatory skin conditions such as psoriasis with high success, some research has even shown it to be equal or superior to the standard pharmaceutical treatment for such conditions. It also has antimicrobial properties and may help in treatment of candida.
Also known as Siberian Ginseng Eleuthero Root is a powerful adaptogen and has been used in skincare to reduce fine lines, deep lines and while tightening skin. Eleuthero has a large amount of phytonutrients, which can encourage and activate our skin's metabolism and can also aid in reduction of free radicals
Rosehips are high in vitamins A and C. Vitamin A, or retinol, encourages skin cell turnover. Vitamin C also aids in cell regeneration and the reduction of free radicles in the skin, boosting overall radiance. Both have been shown to fight UV damage and strengthen the skin's natural collagen production.
Lemon balm has been used as a natural treatment for inflammatory skin conditions. It has antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties which can reduce the swelling and reddening of the skin that is common in conditions including acne, shingles, chicken pox, eczema and psoriasis
California Poppy can help relieve mental and physical tension. California poppy can be used for pain both topically and internally. Specifically it can be used for pain that gets in the way of sleep or nerve pain like sciatica.
Due to its complex array of alkaloids that are hypotensive in nature it has been used to gently relax blood vessels.
Valerian is typically used as a sleep aid to replace over the counter melatonin, but it can also be used externally to ease tightness and calm anxiety. It's been used to treat minor scrapes and wounds as well as a topical aid for muscle cramps and spasms.
Burdock root has long been used to treat skin conditions like acne and eczema. The root's anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties can help resolve skin issues when applied topically and has been known to have mild cleansing abilities, Burdock Root in skin care can significantly improve the metabolism of external skin layers, helping reduce the appearance of fine lines.
Not just for kitties. Catnip is full of natural antioxidants that help aid in the skins reduction of free radicles. Catnip also has natural astringent qualities that may help in toning and tightening skin. It has also been used in natural medicine to make wound wash.
Chickweed is often used by naturalists on irritated skin to reduce inflammation. It has also been used to treat burns, cuts, scrapes, and bruising and is said to have a natural cooling effect when applied topically to the skin.
Beeswax has wonderful antibacterial and antimicrobial properties. It can create a protective layer on the skin and it's also a humectant drawing water and aiding in the skins natural moisture production. Beeswax is also a natural exfoliator, making it ideal for removing dead skin cells.
Known for its healing, cannabidiol offers some serious antioxidant and anti-inflammatory benefits which can be beneficial in treating skin concerns like inflammation, dryness and free radical damage. Applying a CBD topical can alleviate pain and inflammation in the area it's applied. Studies have shown topical CBD treatment may reduce acute joint inflammation. Witches Butter sources high qualit
Topically, violet is used as a poultice, compress, infused oil, and salve for dry or chafed skin, abrasions, insect bites, eczema, varicose veins and hemorrhoids. It is cooling, soothing, and anti-inflammatory
The wealth of skin-fortifying elements in walnuts, including antioxidants and vitamin E, help in removing dead skin cells, dirt and grime from accumulating on the surface of the skin, thus preventing excess oiliness and clogging of pores
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