Green Tea extract is naturally rich in antioxidants, which help protect the body from free radicals. It has also been shown that Green Tea has the ability to rejuvenate old skin cells that are at the end of their life cycle, with the added benefit of having anti-inflammatory properties.
Improves the appearance of dry and damaged skin by restoring suppleness. Liquorice also functions as an anti-inflammatory and has skin soothing capabilities. Studies have shown Liquorice may also inhibit the skin’s tyrosinase activity and melanin production, making it an excellent skin brightening agent. It has also been shown to help reduce redness and irritation commonly associated with various ailments such as Rosacea, Psoriasis and acne.
An excellent skin purifier charcoal acts as a magnet to draw out dirt, oil and bacteria from the skin’s pores. Activated charcoal is so effective that its proven to adsorb 200 times its own mass.
Apricot oil is rich in GLA, or Gamma Linoleic Acid, which helps in maintaining the balance of moisture in your skin. This beneficial acid is also helpful in keeping your skin toned and firm. The vitamins A and E that the oil contains also delay the signs of aging as they help in keeping it well-nourished. Apricot oil also has anti-inflammatory properties that make it effective in treating and soothing skin conditions like eczema. It also has antioxidant properties that help fight the damage caused by free radicals.
Studies show that Aloe Vera improves the skin’s ability to hydrate itself, aids in the removal of dead skin cells and has an effective penetrating ability that helps transport healthy substances through the skin. Aloe Extract encourages the production of the skins natural collagen and elastin thereby minimising the effects of aging. It also rich in antioxidants and is believed to potentially reduced the risks of UVB rays to the skin.