Discover our ingredients
“Siiga”, which means
“the soul”. The rare bark is harvested by local tribes and used as a natural wound healer. We studied Anogeissus for over 5 years and discovered it helps stimulate the natural production of fibrillin, the protein that gives skin youthful firmness and bounce.
“black diamond”, Charcoal has been prized for its purifying properties dating back to the Ming Dynasty in 1486. It’s created from Bamboo Ash and valued for its excellent absorption abilities. When applied to skin, it acts like a magnet to draw out dirt, debris and impurities.
Ginger root has been used medicinally in Asian, Indian and Arabic herbal traditions for thousands of years. It’s still used in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) as an aid to settle digestion and calm upset stomachs. Its warm, spicy aroma has been believed to awaken vitality, stimulate the body and inspire desire. And in many ancient cultures it was used as an aphrodisiac to
“ginger up” romance.
Grapefruits are a hybrid of Sweet Orange and Pomelo, both of which originated in Asia. It was called the
“forbidden fruit” when it was discovered in 1750 and was thought to be one of the Seven Wonders of Barbados. The bright, citrus scent of Grapefruit essential oil is used in aromatherapy to energize, enliven the spirit and boost overall mood.
Jojoba Oil and Beads
Kukui Nut Butter
Tazetta Lily Bulb
“Fruit of the Angels”. Rich in anti-oxidants and enzymes, it’s celebrated around the world for its delicious taste and many health benefits. The folk healers of Bengal use it as a cure for a variety of ailments. And it’s been a traditional treatment of wounds and burns. It’s a great natural exfoliator for skin. It helps remove dullness, discoloration and dead cells to leave skin radiant and supple.
“Mushroom of Immortality”, it’s believed to have life-extending properties and is used in Traditional Chinese Medicine to heal, improve health and promote longevity. It’s also known to possess potent skin-soothing properties and is used to help calm, comfort and relieve visible redness in sensitive skin.
According to legend, Japanese women bathed in rice water and their skin glowed “like a gleaming jewel”. It was said women who partook in this ancient beauty ritual had smoother and more supple skin than any other in the land. Exfoliating with this ancient Japanese beauty secret leaves skin softer, smoother and more refined. Its potent skin-polishing powers create a positively luminous look
This radiant rose is known as “The King of Vitamin C”. It has a long history of use in Traditional Chinese Medicine as a potent anti-inflammatory. The fruit of this amazing flower is packed with tons of skin-brightening Vitamin C, which helps protect skin against environmental agressors that can trigger the formation of dark spots and uneven skin tone.
Rose of Jericho
“Resurrection Plant”, it’s famed for its hygroscopic properties, which cause it to curl up when water is scarce and unfold when moist. Its known to awaken skins ability to capture and hold essential hydration, giving an instant moisture boost to dry, dehydrated skin.
Branches of Saw Palmetto
Dead Sea Salts
Believed to extend longevity, White Tea was prized for centuries by emperors in China’s famed “Elixir of Immortality”. The legend has more than a leaf of truth to it. White Tea is packed with polyphenols, a potent antioxidant that helps protect skin from damaging free radicals to keep its youthful looks alive, longer.