Used in serum, it is an essential ingredient for maintaining skin hydration. Naturally present in the skin, hyaluronic acid is a humectant, i.e. it acts like a sponge and retains water in the different layers of the skin. It also helps smooth out fine lines and wrinkles.
Used in facial products, glycolic acid is an AHA (alpha hydroxy acid). It is a chemical exfoliant that helps remove dead surface skin cells. Thanks to its size, it is able to penetrate the pores and eliminate excess sebum and debris from dead cells, which reduces their appearance.
Used in facial products, salicylic acid is a BHA (beta hydroxy acid) that is suitable for acne-prone skin. This acid also chemically exfoliates the skin and therefore eliminates dead cells and excess sebum, but in addition it helps reduce redness and inflammation thanks to its anti-inflammatory properties.
Used in day cream and night cream, ceramides are an excellent skin hydrating agent. The skin already contains several ceramides which act as a cement between the cells of the skin. Its use improves the protective barrier of the skin and thus better protects it, but also reduces water loss (dehydration).
Used in facial products, this extract helps reduce redness, inflammation and irritation, which is ideal for sensitive and reactive skin.
Used in facial products, sodium PCA occurs naturally in the skin. It improves skin hydration thanks to its hygroscopic properties (attracts water).
Rich in vitamin C, a very important antioxidant, kakadu plum extract restores a radiant complexion.
Used in facial products, urea is a humectant (retains water) which improves skin hydration.
Caffeine liposomes are added in custom body scrubs. Caffeine stimulates the elimination of fat and thus reduces the appearance of cellulite.
Used in facial products, this extract helps to diminish the appearance of hyperpigmentation, i.e. brown pigment spots on the skin which can be caused by many factors such as age and Sun exposure.
Used in facial products, the rice bioferment acts as a film and is deposited on the surface of the skin, which helps to reduce sebum production and therefore reduce shine.
Used in facial products, these many vitamins reduce the signs of aging by reducing the appearance of wrinkles and pigment spots while improving the suppleness of the skin.
Used in the serum, vitamin C helps to obtain a smooth, even and radiant complexion thanks to its many properties including its antioxidant capacity.
Known for a very long time, aloe vera helps to calm redness and inflammation in addition to being moisturizing.
Also known as pro-vitamin B5, panthenol is used in cleansing gel for its moisturizing properties since it is a humectant (retains water) and soothing (reduces redness).
Used in the cleansing gel, this protein improves hydration by creating a protective film on the surface of the skin.
Used in day cream and night cream, jojoba oil is a popular moisturizer. It is non-comedogenic and very similar to sebum which allows good tolerance and penetration into the skin in addition to helping to regulate sebum production.
Used in body products (lotion, butter and scrub), coconut oil is rich and hydrating.
Used in night cream, sweet almond oil is a rich oil that deeply hydrates without blocking the pores of the skin.