Vitamin E is a lipid soluble naturally found in plant leaves, cereal germ oils, and milk. It is known for its antioxidant and moisturizing properties.
Glycerin is a by-product of soap manufacturing and is a clear, syrupy liquid, usually derived from vegetable oil and obtained by adding alkalies to fats and fixed oils. It is a solvent humectant and emollient in many skin care products, as it absorbs moisture from the air and thereby helps products retain their moisture. It improves the spreadability of products and has definite skin moisturizing benefits.
A healing botanical lipid with a high affinity for skin to instantly restore and replenish.
Known as a regeneration flower, it is able to survive up to 31 months in a dry-out cycle. When proper moisture conditions are restored, it returns to life within hours. On skin, we were able to apply this ingenious mechanism to jolt cellular vitality, stimulating skin's own collagen and elastin production.
Cocoa butter, shea butter and essential fatty acids such as oleic, stearic and palmatic acid that help to replenish lipid deficiency.