Being accountable for the ingredients we choose to incorporate into our formulations is not just making sure they are sustainably sourced and of the highest quality; the long-term impact of the ingredients and in turn their impact on the environment is taken into account as well.Read More
Meet The Richest, Natural, Botanical Source of GLA //
A great deal of research, trails and consideration go into each plant based ingredient we choose to incorporate into our precious formulations. Each has a purpose, must stand alone but also offer synergistic capabilities, in brief maximum skin healing benefits. Here we take a close look at Borage Seed Oil Borago Officinalis – also known as Starflower Oil.
The central principle of homoeopathy is ‘like cures like’. This principle dates back to the Greek physician Hippocrates who lived in the 5th century BC. This law states that any substance which is capable of producing symptoms in a healthy person will remove similar symptoms occurring as an expression of disease.Read More
About 30% of our skin’s sebum (this is the natural substance that coats our skin) is a natural wax ester. It plays a protective role – kill germs, viruses and creates a protective barrier for locking in moisture. This protective wax ester in our skin diminishes as we age.Read More
The data collected by way of the combined GC-MS test analyses the chemical constituents in the essential oils and give the relative percentage of them. This information can be used to compare the specific constituents and their percentages to those of a known sample that possesses reliable purity and is of the optimal quality for the specific botanical (being tested).Read More
Researchers believe that antioxidant property of turmeric is even stronger than that of Vitamin C. [Song et al 2001], pointed out that it is as much as 10 times more effective than Vitamin C.Read More