skincare ingredients

Retinol

When skin cells are stimulated by the use of Retinol, they start to more closely resemble younger, healthier cells. Use of Vitamin A has also been shown to repair and stimulate new collagen production and increase cell turnover, exfoliating and unclogging the pore. It can also help fade acne scars, pigmentation and firm ageing skin.

AHAs

Alpha Hydroxy Acids stimulate skin exfoliation down at the base of the epidermis, enhancing cell renewal. Long-term, Alpha Hydroxy Acids fade unwanted pigmentation, prevent clogged pores, increase collagen production, and improve skin texture and hydration. It also helps the skin absorb other products better.

Glycolic Acid is the most popular, and has the smallest molecular structure in the group, which makes it an ideal choice for mature or tough skin.
Lactic Acid have larger molecule sizes and also act as humectants – making them suitable for sensitive or dry skin types.
Azelaic Acid is an oil-soluble and antibacterial AHA, which is most suitable for oily or acne-prone skin.

antioxidant

Vitamin C

This unique (and effective!)antioxidant not only protects your skin from free-radical damage, but also promotes the synthesis of collagen, which improves the structural proteins within your skin and reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. It is also an effective skin brightener and anti-inflammatory.