Calming Cleanser – A gentle creamy soap free cleanser. Coconut based with soothing botanicals including Aloe Vera, Lavender, Rose, Soy extract and Orchid that leaves your skin clear and hydrated. May also be used as a makeup remover.
Reverse C Serum – Powerful anti-oxidant serum. Hydrates, repairs the visible signs of ageing and protects the skin. Anti-oxidant Vitamins C and E in their most potent form: Ascorbic Acid and Tocopherol work to repair and prevent the appearance of ageing including fine lines, wrinkles, pigmentation and skin roughness.
B Quenched – A rich moistursing cream, for skin that is sensitive, or dry. Vitamin B3 (5%) is an effective mutlipurpose ingredient. It has evidence for improving the skin’s barrier function (which helps it retain moisture), reducing hyperpigmentation and acting as an anti-inflammatory agent. It also has evidence for managing the skin’s natural oil production, Acne and Rosacea. In addition, it has evidence for reducing the risk of skin cancer. While the evidence for Hemp Seed oil has yet to be fully established it is proving itself to be a rich and nourishing moisturising ingredient.
Zinc Shade – Zinc based daily moisturiser. Zinc Shade provides the protection you need from both UVA (ageing) and UVB (burning) rays. UVB (burning) rays are strongest in summer in the middle of the day and are what causes sunburn – a major risk factor for skin cancer. UVA (ageing) rays of the sun which are constant throughout the year and the day and can even penetrate glass (reaches indoors). UVA not only prematurely ages the skin, but may also lead to and exacerbate melanoma – a deadly form of skin cancer. Zinc Shade may also be used as a Make Up primer.
Ultimate A – Vitamin A and B based night cream. These powerful ingredients effortlessly promote your healthiest skin. Vitamin A promotes collagen growth and regulates the skin while Vitamin B improves the skin barrier function and promotes an even skin tone.
Vitamin A: Retinal (or Retinaldehyde)
Vitamin A has the most and strongest evidence for reducing the signs of skin aging(1). It has been shown to stimulate skin cell growth and collagen production(2). Retinal is the most effective and least irritating from of Vitamin A1 (Other commonly used forms of Vitamin A including Retinol and Retinyl Palmitate have weak or no evidence). It reduces the appearance of fine lines and pigmentation and increases skin elasticity and is also useful in managing acne(3) (1) Rivers 2008, Babamiri 2009, Mukherjee 2006, Sorg 2006, Didierjean 1999, Boisnic 1999 (2) Diridollou 1999, Creidi 1998, Fluhr 1999, Boisnic 1999 (3) Dreno 2005, Dreno 2009, Tran 2005
Vitamin B3: Niacinamide
An Anti-Oxidant, assists in repair of cell DNA. Improves skin barrier function (1) (decreases moisture loss), increases skin elasticity (2)and reduces pigmentation and skin yellowing (3). (1) Ghering 2004, Crowther 2008, Christman 2012 (2) Bisset 2005, Kawada 2008 (3) Hakozaki 2002, Bisset 2004
Glycolic and Lactic Acid Alpha Hydroxy Acids
Exfoliates and smooths the skin Improves skin texture and tone (1) through exfoliation. Helps remove dead skin cells on the surface and promotes skin cell growth (2). (1) Kornhauser 2010, Stiller 1996 (2) Kim 1998, Newman 1996
L-ASCORIC ACID VITAMIN C
Protects and repairs damage from the sun – Reduces wrinkles, skin roughness, and pigmentation An anti-oxidant, effective improving protection from and repair of sun induced premature aging1. It reduces wrinkles2, fine lines, skin roughness and pigmentation3. L-Ascorbic acid is naturally unstable and must be formulated in an oil base in order to delay oxidisation. Stabilised forms of Vitamin C are often used for convenience, however they have weak or no evidence4. (1) Humbert 2003, Burke 2007, Aguilera 2012, Darr 1996, Lin 2003, Alexander 2012 (2) Raschke 2004, Farris 2005 (3) Xu 2012 (4) Campos 2008, Tsai 2012
TOCOPHEROL VITAMIN E
Enhances the effectiveness of Vitamin C The primary evidence for Tocopherol (Vitamin E) is when used in combination with Vitamin C. The combination is synergistic in protection from the sun’s UV radiation1 (1) Darr 1996, Lin 2003, Aguillera 2012, Burke 2007, Alexander 2012
Calming Cleanser For use as a gentle and calming cleanser: Wet Face with warm water, apply 2-3 pumps of cleanser to fingertips and gently massage on face and neck. Rinse thoroughly with warm water For use as a makeup remover: Apply to a cotton swab and gently wipe makeup off. Follow makeup removal with use of Hydroxy Cleanser Size- 100ml: Lasts 3 months when used regularly Travel size – 15ml: Lasts 4 weeks when used regularly.
Reverse C Serum Apply 1 – 2 pumps to fingertips and apply to face after cleansing in the morning. Also for use on décolletage, back of hands and forearms. For use on normal skin (in a dry climate) & dry skin Size – 50ml: Lasts 3 – 4 months when used regularly Travel size – 15ml: Lasts 4 weeks when used regularly.
B Quenched Apply 1 – 2 pumps to fingertips and apply to face before sunscreen in the morning. Also for use on décolletage and, back of hands. May also be used at night for additional hydration. For use on normal, dry and sensitive skin. Full size – 50ml: Lasts 3 – 4 months when used regularly Travel size – 15ml: Lasts 4 weeks when used regularly.
Zinc Shade Apply 2 – 3 pumps in the morning. Note: Not intended for prolonged exposure to harsh sun. Size – 50ml: Lasts 3 – 4 months when used regularly Travel size – 15ml: Lasts 4 weeks when used regularly
Ultimate A Apply 2 – 3 pumps to face at night. For use on normal and dry skin Note: Do not use if pregnant or breast-feeding Note: Sunscreen should be used during daylight hours when using Vitamin A Size – 50ml: Lasts 3 – 4 months when used regularly. Travel size – 15ml: Lasts 4 weeks when used regularly.