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INCI: argania spinosa kernel oil
- Improves skin elasticity and skin hydration. 
- Provides a softening and relaxing effect on the skin. 
- Facilitates the transdermal delivery of other active ingredients. 
- Supports wound healing. 
- Anti-Inflammatory and Skin Barrier Repair Effects of Topical Application of Some Plant Oils
- The Effects of Argan Oil in Second-degree Burn Wound Healing in Rats
INCI: Psoralea corylifolia
- In a 2014 study, Bakuchiol and retinol both decreased wrinkle surface area and hyperpigmentation; however, the retinol users reported more scaling and irritation. 
- Reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles by improving skin firmness and elasticity.
- Clinically proven to have anti-aging effects. 
- Stimulates cell turnover rate, promotes blood circulation. 
- Stimulates collagen and elastin synthesis. 
- Bakuchiol and retinol operate on different molecular pathways. 
- Prospective, randomized, double‐blind assessment of topical bakuchiol and retinol for facial photoageing
- Bakuchiol: a retinol-like functional compound revealed by gene expression profiling and clinically proven to have anti-aging effects
- CBD has been shown to influence the output of oils in skin, making it effective ingredient for treating acne. 
- Inhibits lipid production in skin cells, making it an excellent ingredient for acne-prone skin.   
- Moisturizing agent that pulls water into skin from deeper. It pulls the water from the deeper levels of skin and from the environment.
- According to a 2016 study, glycerin is “the most effective humectant.” I was compared to alpha hydroxy acids, such as lactic acid and glycolic acid, hyaluronic acid, propylene glycol and butylene glycol, sorbitol, and urea. 
- A recent study found a combination of glycerin, hyaluronic acid, and gotu kola (Centella asiatica extract) improves skin barrier function for up to 24 hours after application. 
Hemp Seed Oil
- Safe for most skin types.
- Moisturizes without clogging pores.
- Helps hydrate skin without clogging pores.
- High in fatty acids like gamma-linolenic acid (GLA), and vitamins A, C, and E.
- Contains components that have anti-inflammatory properties.
- Particularly good for people prone to redness and skin irritations like rosacea, eczema, and psoriasis due to omega-3 and -6 fatty acids that help hydrate skin.
- Antibacterial properties and omega acids make it great for acne-prone patients.
- In dermatological tests, jojoba was shown to increase the skin's suppleness. Tests also showed continued use of jojoba oil resulted in reducing superficial facial lines and helped treat acne by closely mimicking the skin's own sebum.
Meadowfoam Seed Oil
- Moisturizes and soften skin
- Helps prevent moisture loss
- Helps to deliver nutrients deep into your epidermis
- Excellent oxidative stability
- Antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties
- Can reduce UV-induced hyper-pigmentation
- Contains essential fatty acids
- Contains tocopherols in the form of vitamin E
- Contains vitamin C
- Composition is very similar to sebum
- Beneficial for those with acne
- Smaller molecular profile than most other fats you eat making it easier to digest.
- Quickly absorbed by the body.
- Facilitates absorption of CBD in the gut Full of antioxidants and can reduce disease-causing inflammation
- Natural humectant improves, strengthens, and helps revitalize the outer skin protection (stratum corneum and epidermis). 
- Helps reduce water loss which keeps skin soft, smooth, and elastic.
- Promotes the synthesis of fibroblasts in the dermis layer. 
- Promotes the synthesis of glutathione which discourages melanin synthesis by binding free radicals and peroxides that normally contribute melanin production, or hyperpigmentation. 
- Promotes the growth of fibroblasts in the dermis which where wrinkles are formed. 
- Increases the synthesis of all the components of the skin matrix, such as collagen, elastin and glycans. 
- Comparison of Anti-Aging Effect Between Vitamin B3 and Provitamin B5 Using Skin Analyzer
- A 2015 study found the oil exhibited high antibacterial and wound-healing activity against bacterial strains involved in acne, including Propionibacterium acnes (P. acnes) and Propionibacterium granulosum (P. granulosum).
- The oil's ability to promote collagen and GAG production also plays a role in anti-aging and skin regeneration. The oil is rich in fatty acids, which can help keep skin moisturized, and contains antioxidants, which fight against damage from free radicals.
- A 2009 in-vitro study found that the oil was able to absorb UV light and inhibit 85 percent of the DNA damage induced by UV radiation.
Tocopherol (Vitamin E)
- Vitamin E has photoprotective properties and plays a role in epidermal protection from oxidative stress. 
- Products containing both vitamin C and vitamin E have shown greater efficacy in photoprotection than either antioxidant alone. 
The "d" prefix in front of the "alpha" indicates that the product was derived from natural sources.
The "dl" prefix indicates that the vitamin was created from a synthetic base.
A Full Spectrum of Benefits
Our functional products are formulated with Ayurvedic oils and other plant-derived ingredients — clinically demonstrated to improve the way you look and feel.