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skin care basics & routines

chamomilla recutita (matricaria)
Herb that has been shown to have anti-irritant, soothing and antioxidant properties.
citric acid
Found in citric fruits and used to adjust the pH of products to prevent them from being too alkaline.
citrus nobilis (mandarin orange) peel extract
Essential oil from the mandarin orange peel that is used as a natural fragrance.
cucumber extract
An extract with anti-inflammatory actions and skin tightening properties. Cucumber is excellent for rubbing over the skin to keep it soft.
cucumis sativus (cucumber) fruit extract
Contains natural acids that help to loosen the bonds of dead skin cells from the surface. It also acts as a skin toner and helps to keep skin soft while providing a natural sunscreen.
dimethicone
Type of silicone that feels like silk on the skin, even when skin is wet. It is also used for improving the appearance of scars.
DIMETHICONOL
Type of silicone that feels like silk on the skin, even when skin is wet. It is also used for improving the appearance of scars.
eucalyptus globulus leaf oil
Eucalyptus extract is an aromatic oil native to Australia. Taken from fresh eucalyptus leaves, it is used to refresh skin.
extract of sea kelp
This form of algae is an excellent source of sea minerals, which help to soften and soothe the skin, and antioxidants, which are thought to have anti aging properties.
genomics
The study of an organism's entire genome. In contrast to genetics, which only looks at single genes one at a time, as a snapshot, genomics looks at all the genes as a dynamic system, over time, to determine how they interact and influence biological pathways, networks, and physiology, in a much more global sense. As it relates to skin care, genomics gives us a global picture of what is happening with skin aging and allows us to understand the complexity of differences between young skin and aged skin at the most fundamental levels.