Helichrysum Essential Oil – which has cell-regenerating properties of skin and is commonly used for mature skin. Helichrysum Essential Oil has been shown to promote wound healing and application to scars. Due to its anti-inflammatory properties, it has been used for skin and has been shown to have a soothing effect.

Rose Essential oil – has been used for dry or aging skin. Researchers have found that it contains several therapeutic compounds known to promote healing, especially antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory compounds. As a result, rose essential oil has been shown to help refine skin texture and tone, and can be helpful with managing inflammatory skin conditions such as dermatitis.

Myrrh Essential Oil – has been shown to benefit aging skin. It has strong anti-inflammatory properties that help improve skin tone, firmness, and skin elasticity, reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. It’s antioxidant properties, make it a suitable ingredient to promote the prevention of free radial damage leading to wrinkle formation that leads to signs of aging.

Geranium essential oil – is a common ingredient in facial products oriented toward aging skin due to its unique properties and ability to aid in the increase of circulation. It has also been shown to promote even distribution of melanin-which could have the effect of evening out the overall tone of the skin.

Lavender Essential Oilhas been shown to promote a calming and relaxing quality.Research has shown lavender essential oil to have an anti-microbial and anti-inflammatory effect. It has been shown to be calming to the skin and can reduce irritation and prevent bacteria from growing on the skin.

Blue Chamomile Oil Essential Oil – has a high content of azulene, the active organic compound of chamomile, which bears a blue color. Azulene has anti-inflammatory action and is a common plant used for calming the skin due and has been shown to have healing properties. By helping to balance healthy inflammatory response along with its ability to nourish and restore healthy sebum (naturally occurring skin oil) which have made it effective for support and for skin health and beauty.

Carrot Seed – has been shown to be an effective ingredient to any healthy skin treatment regimen. It supports cell regeneration at the skin’s deepest level and has been shown to be a first line defense for supporting aging and environmentally stressed skin due to its hydrating and moisturizing properties. It is has been shown to be an essential component of many skin care formulations.

Calendula Oil – has been shown to contribute to the healing process of skin and has been used for application on wounds and cuts and has been shown to exhibit wound healing properties. Incorporating this oil into the formulation of a facial serum, is intended to promote a toning, balancing, anti-inflammatory and healing effect on the skin.

Marshmallow Root Extract – is known as a demulcent which promotes a soothing effect for skin. It is Mucilaginous and contains arabinogalactans and galacturonorhamnan, the amino acid asparagines, antioxidant flavonoids 8-hydroxyluteolin and 8-b-gentiobioside, coumarins, fats, kaempferol, phenolic acids, quercetin which have been shown to have anti-inflammatory effects and antioxidants effects on skin.


Rose Hip Oil – high in Vitamin C and lycopene, these antioxidants can help reduce free radical damage that damage skin cell and can have an anti-inflammatory effect on skin. Rose hip is known as a gentle and potent moisturizer for dry skin. It also contains fatty acids that feed the skin and can contribute to protecting skin from sun and pollution stressors. This Oil has been shown to help repair the skin’s surface.

*Rose Hip Oil Fatty Acid Content: Oleic- 13.9%, Palmitic- 3.5%, Linoleic- 44.1%, Linolenic- 33.9%

Avocado Oil – rich in Vitamin A B, C, K, lecithin and potassium and E can promote natural collagen production. It’s fatty and essential fatty acid concentration in avocado oil have been shown to nourish and moisten dry, dehydrated mature skin. Also high is plant sterols which have been shown to moisturize and soften skin. Sterols can also have rejuvenating and haling properties which could reduce signs of aging and treat sun damaged skin, along with potentially lightening the areas of hyperpigmentation.

Jojoba Oil – The National Research Council notes that acne treatments containing jojoba oil may slow the outbreak of skin breakouts arise from acne. Jojoba closely resemble sebum the skin’s natural oil. Jojoba dissolves the sebum that clog pores and moisturize the skin and could have the effect of naturally creating a barrier of protection from the outside world.

*Jojoba Oil Fatty Acid Content: Erucic- 13.6%, Gadoleic- 71.3%, Oleic- 11.2%

Macadamia Nut Oil – high in monounsaturated fatty acids which closely resembles sebum (oil naturally produced by skin to protect it), has a nutritive effect on skin and reduces irritation, It historically has been used for scars, sunburns and minor wound due to its healing effect on skin. Also high in phystosterols, which have anti-inflammatory action, as well as, a protective effect which promotes skin recovery.

*Fatty Acid Content: Oleic- 53.80%, Palmitoleic- 21.30%, Linoleic- 1.80%, Palmitic- 8.20%


Homeopathic remedies have been used for over 200 years and are based on using a dilute amounts of plant or substances that could have the effect of boosting your immune system to help regulate inflammatory response and immune function. Homeopathic remedies can have a whole body effect on many body processes. It is believed to be one of the gentlest form of helping the body to come to homeostasis (balance). Our proprietary blend of homeopathic medicine is intended to have a unique, positive effect on skin. Belladonna used for acute onset of symptoms, Apis for redness and swelling, Cantharis for burning, Histamine for regulating inflammatory process, Chamomile for irritated skin, Ignatia for sensitive skin and Arnica for bruised or tired skin.