Why We Like It
Strengthens barrier function. Deeply nourishes aging skin. Softens dry, rough skin. Smooths wrinkles. Shrinks large pores. Fights free radical damage.
How It Works
When therapeutic oils are applied to the skin without the interference of waxes, they can be absorbed directly into the top layers of the epidermis, where they instantly go to work to improve lipid barrier function. By replenishing the oils youÕve lost due to natural attrition and exposure, you enable your skin to properly do its job: hold moisture in and keep the elements, like sun and wind, out.
Chia Seed and Kiwi Seed Oils:
If chia seeds are the best natural source of Omega-3 fatty acids, kiwi seeds are not far behind. Omega-3 fatty acids help strengthen cell membranesÕ barriers. Good barrier protective function means water and nutrients can enter the cells while toxins are kept out.
Passion Fruit Oil and Papaya Seed Oil:
Passion fruit and papaya seed oils are cold-pressed from tropical fruits high in Omega 6 and 9, Vitamins A & C and Potassium. They penetrate the skin quickly, conditioning the skin with special enzymes that help dissolve excess sebum and impurities on the skinÕs surface.
Algae Extract and Astaxanthin:
This blend of essential fatty acids (EFAs) provides a high concentration of the all- important Omega-3 essential fatty acid known as EPA as well as DHA. It contains one of the very few non-fish sources of these essential EFAs.