key ingredients

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Coconut Water

  • Contains Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) = an antioxidant that aids in collagen production and may help reduce the effects of UV-induced photo damage. Can help in evening out skin pigmentation for all skin types.

  • Contains Calcium, Magnesium, Potassium, and Zinc = these minerals that are essential for skin and body function.

  • Contains Amino acids = building blocks of the cells. Amino acids hydrate the skin, aid in the increase of water retention, reduce inflammation, and helps to build collagen.

  • Contains sugars = source of energy for the skin that helps with structure and appearance.

  • Coconut Water works as a moisturizing, nourishing, conditioning, and anti-aging agent for the skin.

Coconut Oil

  • ​Coconut oil contains:
    - Linoleic acid (unsaturated Omega-6 fatty acid) = Acts as an emollient and skin soother
    - Lauric acid = has anti-microbial properties.

  • Coconut oil is a moisturizing, medium chain fatty acid that also has anti-microbial properties.

  • It reduces inflammation

  • It Promotes wound healing

  • It aids in the prevention of damage caused by free radicals.

  • It acts as an occlusive to hold in moisture

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Aloe Vera Gel

  • ​Contains:
    - Vitamins A, C, E = antioxidants which neutralize ‘free radicals’
    - Enzymes = helps to reduce inflammation
    - Minerals (Calcium, Chromium, Copper, Selenium, Magnesium, Manganese, Potassium, Sodium, Zinc) = essential for the functioning of enzymes. 
    - Fatty Acids = acts as anti-inflammatory agents and have antiseptic properties. 
    - Glycoproteins
    - Allantoin
    - Sugars
    - Polysaccharides
    - Phenol Compounds

  • These act as emollients, anti-aging agents, anti-inflammatory agents.

  • Anti-inflammatory

  • Aloe provides moisturizing, calming, and refreshing properties.

Lemon Water

  • ​Contains Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) = aids in collagen production, may help reduce the effects of UV-induced photo damage.  Normally found in all layers of the skin but decreases as we age.

  • Contains flavonoids (antioxidants) = reduces free radical damage.  Helps skin repair itself.

  • Vitamin C also helps the body stimulate collagen production (building blocks of the cells)

  • Potassium

  • B6 vitamin

  • Skin Conditioning

  • Anti-inflammatory

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SODIUM HYALURONATE
(HYALURONIC ACID)

  • ​Sodium Hyaluronate is a form of Hyaluronic acid with a smaller molecular weight than Hyaluronic acid so it penetrates the skin deeper and more readily

  • Naturally found in the skin layers

  • Can attract up to 1,000 times it’s weight in water – aids in increased moisture and hydration

  • Attracts and binds water

  • Plumps the skin

  • Reduces the appearance of fine lines

  • Replaces Hyaluronic acid naturally found in the skin which reduces over time.

NIACINAMIDE
(VITAMIN B3)

  • An essential vitamin for skin health

  • Helps to improve the appearance of uneven skin tone

  • Helps to visually minimize the look of pores and fine lines

  • Helps to purify the skin to create a more even texture

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