Part of enjoying your skincare routine means not worrying about questionable ingredients. We never use parabens, phthalates, sulfates, petrolatum, animal ingredients or animal testing, and all products are dermatologist-tested to assure they are safe and non-irritating. Here are some of nature’s most trusted botanicals and minerals from which many of our ingredients are derived.
The succulent leaves of the aloe plant have long been known to provide gentle, soothing relief for dry, tender or irritated skin.
A delightfully sweet, fragrant and nutritious fruit, the apricot is packed with antioxidants like vitamin A, vitamin C and beta-carotene, known to support skin defense and renewal.
Rich in essential fatty acids, minerals and vitamins, the avocado offers natural skin conditioners for a healthy complexion.
The delicate chamomile flower has long been used for its gentle, calming, anti-inflammatory properties.
A versatile tropical fruit, the coconut is a natural source for skincare ingredients that provide cleansing, conditioning and hydration.
This refreshing garden vegetable has a long history as a trusted beauty hack, thanks to its skin cooling, calming and de-puffing properties.
Fragrant and refreshing, this citrus fruit contains healthy antioxidants along with natural fruit acids that help dissolve grimy skin residue.
This aromatic herb, commonly found in southeast Asia, has a distinct citrusy lemon scent that uplifts and revitalizes the senses.
Tender and sweet, the mango is rich in fiber and vitamin C, and is also known for the astringent properties of its natural fruit acids.
Known locally as the Chilean wineberry, this sweet superfruit is native to the Patagonia region of South America. Dark in color, it’s recognized for unusually high levels of the antioxidant delphinidin, known to support skin defense and calm inflammation.
Once described as the fruit of the angels, the exotic papaya is not only nutritious, but full of natural enzymes that help dissolve oily skin buildup.
Often symbolic for beauty, prosperity and fertility, this intricate many-seeded fruit offers a multitude of vitamins and antioxidants that support healthy skin.
The seeds of the African shea tree are harvested for their wonderfully rich butter which is full of natural fatty acids and nutrients that help hydrate and soften dry skin while preventing moisture loss.
Abundant in the tropics, this perennial grass is used in the production of familiar sweets like molasses, rum and—of course—sugar! Extracts of sugar cane are also used in skincare to support purification and exfoliation.
A fragrant flowering shrub with thin yellow petals, witch hazel is best known for its skin purifying and soothing properties.
A naturally occurring mineral recognized by its flaky metallic appearance in the earth’s crust, zinc is also an essential trace element found in the human body, notably in our skin where it’s essential for normal cellular function. In skincare products, zinc can help purify, rejuvenate and protect.