alpha hydroxy acids
Derived from cane sugar, Glycolic Acid is part of the group of active compounds known as AHA's (Alpha Hydroxy Acids). It is able to penetrate skin deeply and easily, making it the most effective for treating fine lines, acne, blackheads dullness and oiliness - leaving your skin totally flawless.
Cucumber is great at stimulating sluggish, tired skin - especially around the eyes. But you already knew that, right? Well did you know that Cucumber can also help fight acne, signs of aging, and sun-damaged skin? Okay you knew that too? Well how about this: Cucumber can also combat Inflammation and even help treat Eczema and Psoriasis. Now that's cool as a cucumber.
Hazelnut Oil provides nourishment and moisture to the skin
Hyaluronic acid is able to hold up to 1,000 times its molecular weight in water. Why does that matter? Well, it penetrates the skin and binds water to skin cells, infusing all layers of your skin with valuable, rejuvenating moisture - helping to firm facial contours for a more youthful appearance. When you think of hyaluronic acid, think of those 8 glasses of water per day that you're supposed to have - but for your skin. Which reminds me - here's one of my favorite routines: 1) Drink some water, 2) Add to cart, 3) Hyaluronic acid.
Macadamia Seed Oil
Macadamia Seed Oil contains palmitoleic acid, an essential fatty acid that hydrates the skin, promotes healing and supports the health of cell membranes. It's a thick oil that gets absorbed by the skin quickly, combating wrinkles and age spots, leaving a youthful glow on the skin and lips.
Squalane, ah yes, Squalane. Nothing to read here, other than it's a fancy name for olive oil. Olive oil is great for stimulating the production of collagen. So oil on up - 'cause you're about to look your best ever.