Skin Care


  • Alpha hydroxy acids such as lactic acid act as chemical exfoliants, which help to loosen and get rid of the dead skin cells on your skin's surface. The acids are more effective than abrasive exfoliants, such as scrubs and cloths, the acids take off the top, damaged layer of skin, revealing less-damaged skin beneath and allowing for the regrowth of skin cells.
  • The acids also may enhance the body's production of collagen, the protein that plumps and firms the skin surface.
  • Beta hydroxy acids such as salicylic acid works as a keratolytic by exfoliating the skin, causing the cells of the epidermis to shed more readily, preventing pores from clogging up, and allowing room for new cell growth.
  • Sodium hyaluronate holds moisture on the skin better than any other humectant.
  • 2% Niacinamide improves skin moisturization by increasing free fatty acids and ceramides in the stratum corneum and reducing trans-epidermal water loss.
  • It also increases keratin and fibroblast synthesis as well as reducing collagen synthesis to improve the appearance of aging skin.
  • Niacinamide does not inhibit the production of melanin but it has been shown to inhibit the transfer of the melanosomes to the surrounding keratinocytes which gives the skin a more even-looking tone.
  • It also has antimicrobial properties.
  • It is also well documented that salicylic acid can improve skin thickness, barrier functions, and collagen production.



Key ingredient of Glycolic Acid gently sloughs off rough skin leaving soft, moisturized and radiant. Cellulite is decreased and skin is smoothed. Lightly scented enriching essential oils leave a silky finish.

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  • Alpha hydroxyl acids gently slough off rough skin
  • Natural oils and butters like coconut oil and Shea butter soften the skin.
  • Cholesterol and lecithin are involved in skin healing and repair.
  • Allantoin is soothing.
  • As a stimulant, the caffeine dilates blood vessels, which temporarily tones and tightens tissue. Plus, it increases circulation and reduces temporary water retention, both of which may also smooth the rumpled look of cellulite.
  • Topical application of niacinamide has been shown to increase ceramide and free fatty acid levels in skin, prevent skin from losing water content, as well as stimulate micro-circulation in the dermis. One study using niacinamide shows increases in moisturization.
  • Sodium lactate is a natural moisturizing factor found in the epidermis where is hold water in the skin making it smoother and more pliable.
  • Essential oils were chosen for their healing and soothing benefits.

Product Synergy:

Together, the two products gently slough off rough skin, while stimulating, toning, tightening, and thickening the skin’s appearance resulting in increased circulation and reduced water retention. Healing and soothing natural and essentials oils soften and deeply moisturize the skin.