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Active Botanicals

Active botanicals in skincare refer to natural plant-based ingredients that are known for their beneficial properties when applied to the skin. These botanicals often contain vitamins, antioxidants, and other compounds that can help improve the health and appearance of the skin. Some common active botanicals found in skincare products include: aloe vera, green tea, chamomile and turmeric.


Aromaceuticals in skincare refer to skincare products that incorporate both aromatherapy and pharmaceutical principles. Essential oils are antimicrobial, antioxidant and anti-inflammatory. Examples are: Jasmine, Lemon, Lavender, Neroli and Peppermint.


Butters in skincare refer to natural fats derived from various plant sources that are used to moisturize, nourish, and protect the skin. These butters are rich in fatty acids, vitamins, and other nutrients that help maintain skin health and hydration. Some common types of butters used in skincare include: cacao butter, kokum butter, mango butter and shea butter.


Clays in skincare refer to natural mineral-rich substances that are used in various skincare products for their cleansing, exfoliating, and detoxifying properties. Examples of great clays are: bentonite, french green clay, morrocan rhassoul clay, pink clay and fuller’s earth.


Hydrosols, also known as floral waters or plant waters, are products of steam distillation used in skincare and aromatherapy. They contain soothing, hydrating, and refreshing properties. Some common hydrosols used in skincare include: Rose hydrosol, Lavender hydrosol, and With Hazel.

Plant Oils

Are also known as carrier oils. Carrier oils are base oils or vegetable oils, derived from the fatty portion of plants, nuts, or seeds. They help to moisturize, nourish, and protect the skin, and they can also serve as a transformer for delivering other beneficial compounds deeper into the skin. Examples are: Coconut oil, Olive oil, Sweet almond oil, Jojoba oil and Argan oil.





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