The Alphabetical order of the ingredients

we used when creating our products



ArbutinThe primary source for Alpha-Arbutin is a small evergreen shrub called Bearberry, which is derived from the leaves of this shrub, or in other words, a molecule extracted from the bearberry plant that prevents the formation of melanin. It compares arbutin to two other gentle bleaches: kojic acid (derived from mushrooms) and licorice root (derived from the licorice plant). They function as tyrosinase inhibitors to provide skin lightening and pigment reduction. They are considered safe alternatives to commonly used reducing agents.

Functions and benefits of beta, alpha arbutin:

  1. Will lighten and dissipate chloasma, melanin, acne, etc.;
  2. It can promote the elasticity of the skin, preserving its moisture and delaying the aging of the skin;
  3. Limits the activity of tyrosinase; preventing the formation of melanin.

Vitamin B17 is the purest in nature. It contains oleic, linoleic and pantothenic acid as well as poly and fatty acids. The Molecule of Vit. B17 (amigdaline) sticks to defective cells and destroys them without destroying healthy tissue. It slows down cell aging and rejuvenates the skin. Apricot oil also contains a large amount of vitamins A, E as well as essential fatty acids Omega 6 and Omega 9. They are powerful biostimulators and antioxidants. Thanks to its antibacterial and antiseptic properties, the oil fights with various skin irritations and redness. It acts moisturizing and regenerating in dry and aging skin. It nourishes and moisturizes the skin, accelerates cell metabolism and promotes the formation of skin collagen.

Suitable for all skin types – from very dry to oily, absorbs faster than other base oils. Argan oil has a strong anti-aging action. Thanks to its fatty acids (mostly linolenic acid) it moisturizes the skin and is a powerful antioxidant. It slows down the aging process of the skin, restores it after drying and protects it from harmful external influences. Suitable for sensitive skin. It also protects against wrinkles, dryness, acne, heals psoriasis. Agronomic oil is rich in vitamin A and vitamin E.

Optimizes the skin’s hydrous flow. It works by controlling water circulation and its reserves. Aquaxyl reinforces the synthesis of essential lipids and proteins involved in the maintenance of the corneus layer.

Aquaxyl strengthens the skin barrier, promotes healthy differentiation of the epidermis and refills the internal water reservoirs (hyaluronic acid, ceramides and aquaporin boosters).

Excellent hydration boosting action: All the important aspects involved in skin hydration are given an excellent boost.

The visible difference on the skin: Structures and strengthens all the layers of the skin. The effects are visible within 8 hours from application.

Aquaxyl is a great ingredient that all skin types can benefit from but it will be extremely beneficial for people with dry and/or dehydrated skin.


An ingredient derived from two water-binding plant sugars works to improve skin hydration by preventing water loss.


A rich source of vitamins A, C, D, E, F; sterols; Omega 3, 6 and 9. The ability to hydrate the skin in depth, restores the cell, cleans pigmentation and cracked capillaries on the skin and helps after sunburn, reduces wrinkles. With high levels of antioxidants and natural preservatives.

Bee wax forms a delicate protective film on the skin, which has a beneficial effect, especially on dry, rough and irritated skin. It has a natural, sweet aroma of honey and is solid at room temperature but softens when heated. It is very useful in cosmetics for skin, lips, nails and hair because it creates a light barrier from the outside, prevents moisture loss. Hydrates and helps the other active ingredients to stay in the skin for longer. Keeps moisture in the skin.

Contains 15 amino acids (including 8 of the 9 indispensable), omega 6 and 9, vitamins A, B1, B2, B6 and C, carotene, niacin, folacin as well as potassium, calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, sodium, iron, selenium, copper, and zinc. It has a high content of gamma linolenic acid (essential fatty acid for maintaining healthy skin), oleic, linolenic and palmitic acid. The oil is used with success in allergic reactions, psoriasis, eczema, dermatitis, acne, wounds, burns, sunburn, cracked skin. It is used to reduce inflammation caused by stress, dirt, disease or aging.

In beautifying cosmetics black cumin oil is used because of its soothing, regenerative and anti-inflammatory properties. It is suitable for any type of skin and particularly dry, sensitive, mature, rough or inflamed skin. Eliminates pruritus. The skin becomes brilliant, gentle and tight. Special proteins retain moisture, reduce wrinkles, nourish it, and slow down aging processes. Helps in biting insects, stings, scratches.

It is very valuable as an antimicrobial because it contains substances such as tannin, flavonoids, organic acids, silver and connective tissue.

Effective with pus, herpes, neurodermatitis, climatic and atopic dermatitis, cracked lips. Soothes dry, tired skin. Suitable for everyday care.

Its fruits contain a large amount of vitamin C. They are also rich in vitamins B, F, E, H, PP and provitamin A, phosphoric acid, tannins, carotene, potassium salts and others.

The oil has an anti-inflammatory, antioxidant effect and is used to restore dry and irritated skin. It is a wonderful remedy for the treatment of many skin diseases, including acne, dermatitis and others. Black currant neutralizes free radicals, stimulates collagen synthesis and helps rejuvenate the skin. The black currant extract is a great whitening agent that fights the dark spots.

This natural and highly concentrated oil gently nourishes, cleanses and makes the skin gentle.

Contains 20-26% gamma-linolenic acid, which makes it an extremely rich source of Omega 6 and suitable for problematic dry and aging skins. Heals scars by nourishing deep. Acting anti-inflammatory and improving hydration of the skin.

Regenerates. It is unique in its content of important vitamins A, E, C, and K in relatively high concentrations. It also contains micro and macro elements such as potassium, calcium, and iron. It is easily absorbed. Deeply hydrates and softens the dermis. It relieves inflammation and redness, smooths fine wrinkles around the eyes, has protective action and protects the skin from harmful environmental influences.

Reduces puffiness

Buckwheat is most commonly found in eye creams and other products developed for use around the sensitive eye area for reducing puffiness and dark circles. Dark circles can form as a result of poor circulation. Buckwheat as an ingredient contains flavonoids which can help to improve microcirculation, i.e. the blood flow and nutrient exchange in the smallest blood vessels. They also diminish the tendency for fluid from the capillaries to escape into the surrounding tissue. In addition, flavonoids have antioxidant properties.

Soothes skin

Another proven benefit of buckwheat is that it builds the condition of skin back up, soothing and strengthening as it goes. Extracts of buckwheat are rich in secondary plant substances which are produced by the plant as active compounds. These protect the skin, strengthen the cells and have revitalising properties.

Protects against pollution

As mentioned, buckwheat is also reported to be an antioxidant, meaning it can protect skin from outside aggressors such as pollution. Buckwheat seed extract helps the skin to better withstand environmental damage, pollution, and fine particles.

Buckwheat is supercharged with B complex vitamins including thiamin (B1), riboflavin (B2), niacin (B3), pantothenic acid (B5), pyridoxine (B6), and folate (B9). These vitamins work both synergistically and individually to promote healthy skin and strong hair. In addition, the rutin in buckwheat has strong antioxidant properties which can help keep premature wrinkles at bay.


Calendula extract is commonly used in cosmetics and is known for its numerous benefits in addressing skin concerns, including acne and irritation. It is widely considered safe to use and is recognized by the World Health Organization for its properties.

Calendula has anti-inflammatory properties and can help calm redness and inflammation and ease skin discomfort. In addition to being soothing for any type of skin, this means that calendula can provide some relief from conditions like eczema or diaper rash. Highly advantageous in dispelling myriad skin and hair woes. These comprise vanquishing pimples, acne, healing wounds, scars on the skin, soothing rashes, topical infections, remedying dandruff, as well as arresting hair fall.

Boosts Collagen Production

Calendula works wonders in increasing cell turnover, by promptly eliminating dead skin cells, debris and promoting the formation of new tissues. This is an important function that helps keep the structural integrity of the skin intact. Moreover, the plethora of antioxidants in this floral extract stimulate the synthesis of collagen – the key protein for enriching skin texture. This vastly diminishes signs of ageing like wrinkles, fine lines, sagging and plumps up the skin, for a youthful and glowing look.

Heals Dryness And Infections

Be it diaper rashes on the delicate skin of babies, chronic conditions like eczema, psoriasis, rosacea, or even burns, allergies or infections, lotions infused with calendula derivatives instantly pacify irritated skin and rectify the issues. This is owing to the many antimicrobial components in calendula. Additionally, dry skin issues either solely during cold winters or perennially in any season can be remedied by applying calendula-oil infused moisturisers, which are packed with nourishing emollient elements.

Effectively Treats Acne

Calendula is an excellent solution for resolving outbursts of acne, pimples, boils on the face. Laden with anti-inflammatory constituents, creams and gels imbued with calendula oil soothe aggravated skin tissues, besides controlling sebum production and clearing clogged pores of impurities like dust, dirt, pollutants, grime and excess sebum secretions. Besides, calendula banishes dark spots, blemishes and acne scars, restoring skin elasticity, smooth and soft texture and conferring an even complexion.

The oil obtained from its seeds contains monounsaturated fatty acids, proteins, a complex of minerals and vitamins, tannins, polyphenols and the indispensable for mature skin coenzyme Q10. It is rich in iron, magnesium, phosphorus and calcium. Vitamins A, C and E are present in the composition.

Restores and enhances the action of antioxidants, helps to strengthen cell membranes, improves the elasticity of the skin and prevents the appearance of wrinkles. Excellent care for mature, tired and aging skin. Removes the bags under the eyes and swelling from the eyelids. It has a good whitening effect and fights pigment spots. Camellia has anti-inflammatory and soothing properties, relieves various skin inflammations and is suitable for use in sensitive skin care. It also protects the skin from the harmful effects of ultraviolet rays.

Candelilla Wax (CW) is a wax obtained from the leaves of a small shrub native to northern Mexico and the southwestern United States, Euphorbia cerifera and Euphorbia antisyphilitica, from the family Euphorbiaceae. It is extracted by immersing the leaves of the plant in hot water. The wax separated on the surface is collected and formed into granules.

CW is a globally recognized food additive approved by the FDA, used mainly as a glazing agent and binder for chewing gums. It has a melting point of around 73°C, it is also used in the production of lip balms and lotions that remain stable during the hot summer.

The composition of unhydrolyzed candelilla wax varies with the season when the plant was harvested, age of plant, region, and climate

Cocoa butter contains valuable saturated and unsaturated acids: palmitic, stearic, oleic, linoleic, linolenic. Rich in vitamin A, vitamin E, tannins, caffeine and polyphenols. In aromatherapy, cocoa massage oils enhance the “happiness hormone”, which helps to improve the mood. In cosmetics, cocoa butter is mainly used in the care of mature skin. It restores cell membranes, tones the skin, smooths fine wrinkles. Thanks to the polyphenols contained in it and its anti-inflammatory properties, the oil helps with eczema, dermatitis and rashes. The oil has moisturizing properties and maintains the hydrolipid balance of the skin. It protects it from drying, cracks and it’s a suitable tool in the care of dry, sensitive and troubled skin.

Coconut oil contains saturated fats, vitamin B1, vitamin B2, vitamin C, vitamin E, iron, phosphorus, calcium, zinc, potassium. Coconut oil contains lauric acid that protects the body from infections and viruses. It has a beneficial effect on every type of skin and is particularly suitable for both dry skin and rough and aging skin. The oil has soothing, nourishing, moisturizing and antioxidant properties. Maintains optimum balance of moisture in the skin. Coconut oil restores elasticity and firmness of the skin.

The oil is rich of different types of antioxidants: polyphenols, flavonoids, triterpene saponins. It contains chlorogenic acid, tannins, mineral salts and 8 Group B vitamins. It also contains potassium, calcium, sodium, magnesium, iron, acetic and citric acid. The coffee oil contains unique diterpenic molecules that have protective and anti-cancer properties. It contains seratonin, the so-called “hormone of happiness”. The oil stimulates the synthesis of collagen and elastin, smooths fine wrinkles, improves elasticity of the skin and slows down the aging process. Caffeine in coffee extract has drainage properties, increases lipolysis that helps for the reduction cellulite.

It contains about 90-95% water, rich in vitamin C and E. It soothes the irritated skin, controls the sebum and perfectly cleanses the skin. Oil protects the skin from harmful environmental factors. This makes it effective in caring for oily and problematic skin. It is known for its highly bleaching action – it successfully removes freckles and pigment spots. It restores, balances and retains moisture, smooths the surface of the skin, promotes the regeneration of healthy skin cells. B1 and C in the oil content help to detox pores, remove and clear acne, blackheads, pimples, rashes.

Due to its antioxidant activity, cucumber is a welcome addition to anti-aging products.

Cucumis Sativus Fruit Extract has anti-inflammatory properties, including for (sun) burns. Cucumis Sativus Fruit Extract can repair dry and damaged skin and gives it a softer and smoother appearance. Another advantage is that the pH value is identical to that of human skin.

Cucumber extract is obtained by cutting and soaking in propylene glycol the delicious cucumber vegetable – Cucumis sativus. Cucumber is a wonderful natural remedy with a whitening effect.

Useful benefits of cucumber extract:

  • has a deep hydrating effect
  • has a whitening effect
  • deeply cleans polluted pores
  • brightens and smooths the complexion
  • to soothe sunburns
  • anti-wrinkle effect
  • erases skin imperfections
  • maintains the natural hydrolipidic balance and the optimal pH level of the skin


One of the richest bio chemical compounds. The figs contains many useful substances – fiber, potassium, calcium, phosphorus, copper, iron, magnesium, vitamins A, B, C, E and K, chlorogenic acid ). Suitable for dry, irritated skin.


Vitamin A, C, B, E, Omega 9, proanthocyanid – strong antioxidants, respectively anti-inflammatory and anti-allergic properties. The linoleic acid controls skin moisture and regeneration. Prevents excessive greasy skin and reduces pores.


The Hyaluronic Acid used is Sodium Hyalronate, a product obtained from plant sources by fermentation using biotechnology and is vegan certified. Method for the production of biohyaluronic acid and is preferred because it minimizes allergic reactions.

As part of the skin matrix, it supports the skin structure, participates in the production processes of collagen and elastin and is responsible for hydration. A highly effective moisturizer, slow release provides long-lasting hydration, can prevent moisture from evaporating from the skin, reduce flaking and restore elasticity. Hyaluronic acid has a greater capacity to retain water than any other natural or synthetic polymer. One gram of hyaluronic acid can hold up to 6 L of water.

Makes your skin supple. Hyaluronic acid helps skin stretch and flex and reduces skin wrinkles and lines. Hyaluronic acid has also been shown to help wounds heal faster and can reduce scarring.

It retains moisture in the skin and creates volume and density. Meets the needs of the skin in different seasons and different environmental humidity, can reduce the roughness of the skin surface for tender skin, improves the appearance of dry or damaged skin.

The essential oil of incense is one of the best oils we can use in the care for our skin. Incense protects epidermal cells and stimulates their release. It is believed that the structure of the incense oil is so fine that it penetrates deep into the skin cells by helping the dead cells to be replaced with new ones. In addition, incense oil increases the elasticity of the skin and is extremely suitable for use as an eye contour. Incense oil treats cuts and wounds efficiently and also acts to prevent subsequent infection due to its antiseptic properties. Use it after healing the wound to remove scars.


Priceless Oil. It has the exclusive abilities to accelerate the healing process of wounds. It has a counteracting, anti-inflammatory, antiviral and soothing effect and reduces the appearance of wrinkles. It has powerful regenerative qualities and quickly resurrects cells on the epidermis. It also hepls the natural release of toxins. The immortelle extract is used to treat scars, acne, stretch marks, and more. It also restores the formation of new cells.

The essential oil of incense is one of the best oils we can use in the care for our skin. Incense protects epidermal cells and stimulates their release. It is believed that the structure of the incense oil is so fine that it penetrates deep into the skin cells by helping the dead cells to be replaced with new ones. In addition, incense oil increases the elasticity of the skin and is extremely suitable for use as an eye contour. Incense oil treats cuts and wounds efficiently and also acts to prevent subsequent infection due to its antiseptic properties. Use it after healing the wound to remove scars.


Rich in fatty acids, vitamins C, E and B, minerals like iodine, copper, zinc, chromium and silicon. Its chemical composition is almost identical to that of human sebum, which allows rapid absorption without residual ointment and allergic reactions. Particularly effective is on skin problems such as acne, eczema and psoriasis. Anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial, antifungal and non-toxic, treats infections and herpes, improves blood circulation, increases collagen synthesis and cell regeneration, relieves sunburn, helps to eliminate stretch marks and cellulite, improves the emotional state. Softens, smooths and nourishes the skin.

In cleansing and moisturizing products it tones the skin in depth, cleans pores, removes germs and dirt, smooths wrinkles.

In makeup cleanser products – successfully removes mascara, eyeliner, eye-shadow, pencils, etc without causing irritation to the eyes. At the same time it strengthens and nourishes the lashes.


Kojic Acid is often used as an ingredient in Asian diets and is a relatively recent discovery for the treatment of pigmentation and aging problems spots. Discovered in 1989, Kojic acid is now a widely used ingredient as a natural alternative to hydroquinone.

Kojic acid is extracted from mushrooms and studies have shown it to be an effective anti-aging agent skin lightening by inhibiting (suppressing) melanin production. There is conclusive studies, both in vitro (in a test tube) and in vivo (live), which prove the effective effect of Kojic acid in inhibiting production of melanin.


Glycolic acid and lactic acid are natural organic acids, also known as alpha hydroxy acid or ANA. In cosmetics and personal care products, they are used in the formulation of moisturizers, cleaning products.

These chemical exfoliants have the ability to work by removing accumulated dead skin cells on the surface to reveal a brighter, smoother complexion (these are alpha-hydroxy acids – AHAs) as well as by penetrating pores to remove layered pollution (beta- hydroxy acids – BHA). Lactic acid is one of the most preferred products for skin repair and maintenance.

Lactic acid is derived from the fermentation of lactose, a carbohydrate isolated in milk by the Swedish scientist Carl Wilhelm Scheele. Like glycolic and mandelic acids, lactic acid belongs to the family of alpha hydroxy acids (AHAs), which are water-soluble organic compounds that offer unparalleled skin benefits. However, lactic acid provides an additional benefit that other AHAs don’t – in addition to its ability to significantly improve the appearance of the skin, it helps keep it naturally hydrated.

It increases cell turnover and helps eliminate accumulated dead skin cells on the epidermis. Significant improvements were noted when using a 12% concentration of the acid. The skin becomes tighter and thicker, which reflects on the overall appearance – smoother texture and fewer fine lines and wrinkles. In addition to these properties, lactic acid:

Helps reduce pigmentation and acne scars

AHAs are some of the most effective acids that can be used to reduce pigmentation and acne scars. By breaking down dead surface cells, lactic acid promotes cell regeneration in the top layer, which over time helps reduce sun damage, pigmentation and acne scars.

Improves overall skin texture

Due to its larger molecule size, lactic acid only treats the top layer of the skin, while also helping to increase natural moisturizing factors. This means that the outer shell will not only be fresh and clean of impurities, but will never feel unprotected and irritated.

Improves overall skin texture

Due to its larger molecule size, lactic acid only treats the top layer of the skin, while also helping to increase natural moisturizing factors. This means that the outer shell will not only be fresh and clean of impurities, but will never feel unprotected and irritated.

It has antimicrobial properties

Some research shows that lactic acid and probiotic supplements can help with sensitive skin. When combined to correct certain inflammatory responses, both components can improve the skin’s microbial balance. While probiotics promote deeper regulation by balancing the gut, lactic acid works alongside them as a treatment for moderate skin conditions such as psoriasis, eczema and acne.

It is combined with hyaluronic acid

Although lactic acid has moisturizing properties compared to other acids, it still needs a little help to ensure these qualities. Since it’s primarily an exfoliant, it’s important to boost your moisturizing level after applying it. The addition of hyaluronic acid allows moisture levels to be preserved, which in turn reduces any chance of inflammation or irritation.


Antiseptic, pain-relieving, bactericidal and sedative properties. It will help if you have reddening on the skin and the pimples will quickly disappear and the swollen areas will fall after it is applied. Lavender oil helps fight off annoying wrinkles. It stimulates the flow of oxygen into the cells. Useful due to its relaxing properties, it relieves stress. It is sought because of its rapid action in burns, cuts, bites from insects.

One of the miracle ingredients used to treat sensitive, irritated or inflamed skin and to help reduce age spots and skin discoloration is licorice extract.

Products designed to reduce sun spots and acne scars usually contain hydroquinone, which is a harsh chemical. The ingredient contained in licorice root that helps to whiten the skin is called glabridin. Glabridin is an active ingredient containing five flavonoids that act on depigmentation or lightening while blocking the enzyme that causes damaged skin to darken.

It inhibits the production of an enzyme needed to produce melanin (pigment) in the skin, helps remove excess melanin, and has anti-inflammatory benefits.

It can be used by anyone who wants to reap the benefits of spot fading, evening out skin tone, and those who want to soothe irritated skin. Also, it is a good option for pregnant women looking for a safe way to treat melasma, unlike hydroquinone, which cannot be used by pregnant women.

Because of its main benefits, it is often mixed with other antioxidants and skin lighteners, such as niacinamide and vitamin C, kojic acid and arbutin.


Mangifera indica seed butter is extracted from seeds of fruits of plant Mangifera indica is commonly known as a mango tree. Seed butter is made by cold pressing mango seeds. It contains oleic acid, linoleic acid, palmitic acid and stearic acid.

The seed butter, has various omega fatty acids in it, which can have both; a long-lasting emollient effect on skin and antiaging effect as well. As we age our stores of these omega fatty acidS decline and as a result, we may not get enough nutrients to support our skin’s natural structure. Mango seed butter, it helps reduce aging of skin cells, the formation of premature wrinkles and fine lines on the skin.

This seed butter has good emulsifying properties that help water to bind with oil and dirt particles so that they can easily be rinsed off from the skin. It also facilitates the process of removing toxins, dirt and other impurities from the skin. It can be used in skin creams, mature skin products, body butters, lip care, and hair masks.

Water from Melissa (extract of leaves, flowers and stems) is used as an active ingredient in cosmetic products and is a natural substitute for micellar waters, with its hydrating and skin toning effect. It has antioxidant, protective and antibacterial properties.

Through distillation, the most valuable ingredients are extracted from the plant, and the essential oil from the lemon balm is preserved in the water.

One of the best known properties of Melissa water is that it has an active sedative effect. Helps reduce redness and puffiness while soothing any irritation or itching. It’s also great for treating acne-prone skin by helping to fight the bacteria that cause breakouts.

As an additive to various products is reducing the sebum secretion and  clean acneic skin. Water will make the skin more elastic, help you clean the pores in depth and even out your complexion. Suitable for any type of skin, especially for withered or prone to oiliness.

Mint oil is appreciated for its good cooling and pain-relieving effect. Applied to the skin, it has the ability to relieve the unpleasant sensation caused by itching or inflammation. In massage blends, it is suitable for tense and tight painful muscles. In aromatherapy, oil is mainly used to stimulate mental concentration and eliminate fatigue. Mint is useful for various facial skin problems as it has a high salicylic acid content. Acid helps to remove dead skin cells easily. This prevents clogging of the pores, preventing the appearance of pimples and keeping the skin clean.


Niacinamide helps restore and maintain the appearance.

Also known as vitamin B3 and nicotinamide, niacinamide is a water-soluble vitamin that works with the skin’s natural substances to help achieve that radiant look you’ve been dreaming of. Stacked alongside other amazing routine ingredients like retinol and vitamin C, it boasts a versatility that makes it suitable for almost any skin type. Vitamin B3 retains moisture in the eye area, helping to improve dark circles and reduce crow’s feet wrinkles.

Skin Health Benefits:

#1 Boosts skin immunity

#2 Improves the effectiveness of the epidermal barrier

#3 Improves redness and reduces skin blemishes

#4 Regulates sebum production

#5 Protects the skin from infrared light

#6 Helps prevent hyper-pigmentation

#7 Minimizes lines and wrinkles

#8 Improves rough and tired skin by reducing the negative impact of oxidative stress

Blue plum nut oil (known by connoisseurs as a healthy and pure fruit) moisturizes, nourishes and regenerates the skin. It contains the minerals fluoride, calcium, potassium, zinc, iron. With its high content of vit. A, E, B1, B2, B3, B6, C, K, it is particularly suited for  both young and mature skin, as it restores elasticity, smooths fine wrinkles, helps in cases of eczema, psoriasis, adds skin density to the face and gives volume to the lips. Excellent for blended skin type and normal to greasy. Absorbs extremely fast.


It has a floral, warm aroma. It is good in stress situations as it soothes the mind. The oil is the most useful when fighting dry skin and skin infections.

Blue plum nut oil (known by connoisseurs as a healthy and pure fruit) moisturizes, nourishes and regenerates the skin. It contains the minerals fluoride, calcium, potassium, zinc, iron. With its high content of vit. A, E, B1, B2, B3, B6, C, K, it is particularly suited for  both young and mature skin, as it restores elasticity, smooths fine wrinkles, helps in cases of eczema, psoriasis, adds skin density to the face and gives volume to the lips. Excellent for blended skin type and normal to greasy. Absorbs extremely fast.


Seeds of raspberry are used to make oil, which is a natural skin sun protector, having a factor of 35 to 50. It helps if you suffer from eczema, dry or scaly skin, psoriasis, acne, irritated skin. Prevents UV damage and stimulates regeneration of cells.

A substance that is extracted from radishes. An alternative to preservatives. It is known for its anti-inflammatory properties, which can help reduce redness and swelling. It is also an effective acne fighter thanks to its antibacterial and antifungal properties. Radish root is a great source of hyaluronic acid, which is essential for keeping the surface of your skin hydrated and looking plump. It helps with aging by reducing the soil of fine lines.

This powerful ingredient can help reduce skin inflammation by reducing swelling and redness. The anti-inflammatory properties of turnip root are due to the high concentration of antioxidants. These antioxidants help protect the skin from damage caused by free radicals, which can lead to inflammation.

Natural retinoid. Regenerates tissues, stimulates the production of collagen, removes scars. Very suitable for sensitive skin. Contains Vit A. for acne, high concentration of Vit C. Rich in fatty acids Omega 3,6,9. Very good hydration and easy absorption, which makes the oil suitable for treatment of areas prone to dryness and wrinkles. Possibility to regulate the production of melanin. Energizes, delivers energy to the metabolic processes of the skin cells.


Its valuable qualities are due to the richness of saturated and unsaturated fatty acids. The action of the oil is not only on the surface but also in depth, regulating lipid synthesis. Shea improves overall hydrobalance. It can even be used to nourish the skin of newborns. It is also the main natural ingredient in dermatitis products related to dryness, scaling and irritation of the skin. Despite its highly nourishing properties it absorbs quickly and leaves no unpleasant oily layer. In addition to improving the overall skin condition and elasticity, you will also feel its highly regenerative action. Its use is also effective in preventing stretch marks during pregnancy. In concentrated form, use it with anti-inflammatory action on irritated and red skin or on extremely dry areas.

This incredible cold-pressed oil contains over 200 nutrients, over 20 vitamins, including vit. D, and vit. K1, and is the richest natural source of vitamin A.

Its composition also includes magnesium, calcium and zinc, amino acids, omega-7. Used in skin care products, as it helps to heal wounds more quickly, burns, eczema and other skin diseases.

The oil acts as a natural emollient, softens and conditioning the skin. Moisturizes and soothes the dry and refreshes the mature skin. A clinical study published by Mont Echo Naturel’s reported the following results: – 96% of women surveyed said their skin was hydrated after 14 of its usage. Up to 79% of them claim it reduced the dark ​​spots on the skin. – 87% report reduction of fine lines and 83% say it reduced their pore size. 91% of the women felt their skin younger, while 90% felt their skin smoother, more even and lighter. It turns out that sea buckthorn oil kills face demodex mites, which often lead to demodex folliculum, rosacea and acne.

Helianthus annuus seed oil is particularly beneficial for dry, dehydrated, or environmentally compromised skin because its linoleic acid content helps skin synthesize its own lipids (fats), including ceramides, visibly repairing its barrier and leading to smoother, healthier-looking skin.Rich in nutrients such as calcium, iron, magnesium, zinc and vitamins A, K and E, it’s used effectively against inflammation and general irritations of the skin.

Being very high in vitamin E, it acts as an emollient which traps moisture and keeps skin well hydrated. It also helps prevent damage to cells by ultraviolet light and aids against premature aging of skin by protecting the collagen and elastin content.

Sunflower is a source for beta-carotene which is converted to vitamin A with benefits of protection from sun damage and free radicals. Omega-6 (linoleic acid) which is found in sunflower oil, assists with cell development and treating disorders such as eczema, acne and scarring.


Stimulates the formation of new tissues, accelerates wound healing. It has anti-inflammatory and antioxidant activity. Stimulates blood circulation and protects small capillaries. It is known as skin enlightener. Moisturizing action, prevents loss of water from the skin, at the same time soothes, protects and nourishes. Ideal for rehydrated, dry and damaged skin.

The tea tree has been known for centuries with its antiseptic action and the ability to heal wounds, kill bacteria, viruses and fungi. Never take tea tree oil internally, use it only externally. Perfect for acne treating. Studies have shown that tea tree oil is as effective as benzoyl peroxyl, excluding the side effects of drying and reddening the skin.


Retinoid is a term meaning the compound vitamin A. Retinoic acid has a great importance for the skin because it affects cell processes in both the epidermis and the dermis. Its properties refresh the skin, fight inflammation, dryness and wrinkles.

The compound terioin, for example, has a proven effect to repair areas beneath the epidermal layer in the skin, which are burned by the sun. There, the trioin stimulates the synthesis of collagen and actively regenerates the affected area, structurally and functionally.

The greatest advantage of vitamin A on the skin is that it normalizes the production of sebum. Then comes an improvement in the hydration of dry skin and the overall condition of acne.

One of the best known ways to use vitamin D is as a treatment of psoriasis. Psoriasis symptoms include pruritus and scaly skin. Vitamin D3 contains strong anti-inflammatory properties that make it effective for the treatment of burns, skin injuries, skin damage and stretch marks.