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Top 5 Active Ingredients

Updated: 2 days ago

There are two main group of ingredients in our skincare product formulations-active and inactive ingredients.

What is Active Ingredients?

Active ingredients are added to the skincare product to carry out a certain action. For example-hyaluronic acid is added to rehydrate the skin.


These 5 ingredients (it's more like 7 ingredients) work synergistically together for optimal skin health and protection.

Active ingredient 01-SPF

Sunscreen is one of the most important skincare product against premature aging. UV radiation triggers melanin production, collagen breakdown and produce free radicals resulting in DNA cell damages or worse-skin cancer.

Active Ingredient 02-Vitamin C


Active Ingredient 03-Beta Glucan

Beta glucan is a hydrating polysaccharide that nourishes Langerhans cells. It is an immune boosting active chemical extracted from the cell walls of certain yeasts, oats or mushroom. On its own, beta glucan is a film forming humectant and anti-inflammatory ingredient that protects from UV induced erythema and environmental damage. When the Langerhans cells utilize the beta glucan, it reinforces the skin's immune function and strengthens the defense system and response capabilities. It also aids

  • wound healing

  • repairs signs of extrinsic aging

  • hydrating

  • maintains cell health

  • restores barrier function

Active Ingredient 04-Hyaluronic Acid

Hyaluronic acid is a natural occurring polysaccharide in the dermis to deliver moisture to our skin and provides a healthy environment for the growth of new cells. As a powerful humectant more

Active Ingredient 05-Peptides-Stem Cells-Growth Factor

Peptides are short chain amino acid bonds which are known to stimulate collagen and elastin production making the skin appears more firm and fuller. There are 5 categories to the peptide collections.

Stem Cells

Stem Cells help to repair damaged cells when used in skin applications by self renewing and differentiate into several cell types.

Growth Factors

Growth Factors are proteins created from long chain amino acid compounds that act as communication receptors within the dermal layer of the skin. GF travels from one generation of cells to the next providing DNA information for cells to replicate themselves.

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