Aquatic-plant extracts that help hydrate and nourish the skin.
Soothing, hydrating ingredient derived from the Aloe Barbanenis plant.
Skin-boosting ingredient derived from the woody evergreen plant.Learn more
The leaves of this bright-colored flower are pressed into an antioxidant-rich oil that helps protect skin from environmental stressors.
Naturally found in skin's outer layers, these lipid (or fatty acid) molecules help skin to hold onto hydration and maintain a healthy moisture barrier.
Soothing extract from the sunflower and daisy family.Learn more
Natural, mineral-rich ingredient that helps absorb excess oil and purify pores to discourage breakouts and promote a clearer-looking complexion.
Nourishing extracts derived from the fruit of the coconut palm.Learn more
AHA, Alpha Hydroxy Acid,
These fruit-derived ingredients help exfoliate, brighten and improve the look of skin's tone and texture. Our Superfruits blend includes glycolic, tartaric, lactic and citric acids from bilberry, noni fruit, orange and lemon extracts.
Skin-brightening extract of the Zingiber Officinale plant.Learn more
This humectant attracts water from the air and holds it on the skin for long-lasting hydration. We use plant-derived glycerin in our formulas.
AHA, Alpha Hydroxy Acid,
Natural exfoliant derived from sugar cane.
Helps replenish and boost skin’s moisture
Highly moisturizing extracts of the Simmondsia Chinensis plant.Learn more
Bursting with natural vitamin C, lemon extract is a fruit acid that helps to diminish the look of dark spots and discoloration for visibly brighter, more even-toned skin.
Mineral-rich plant extract, responsibly sourced from Okinawa, Japan; helps to strengthen skin’s barrier and smooth textureLearn more
Clean, mineral-based pigments that deliver color and luminosity.Learn more
Physical Sunscreens, Non-Chemical Sunscreens,
100% mineral-based, physical sunscreen ingredients.
Also known as Vitamin B3; helps to strengthen the skin barrier and soften the look of fine lines and wrinkles
Hydrating ingredients derived from the Olea Europaea plant.Learn more
A tropical fruit rich in papain, an enzyme with exfoliating properties that helps visibly improve skin’s texture for a smoother, fresher look.
Natural amino acids that help restore youthful-looking resilience.Learn more
Powerful anti-aging ingredient derived from natural plant sources.Learn more
BHA, Beta Hydroxy Acid,
High-performance exfoliator that can help to reduce blemishes.
Naturally derived minerals that deliver powerful skincare benefits.Learn more
Derived from olives, this nourishing ingredient helps to prevent moisture lossLearn more
Chemical sunscreens absorb ultraviolet light to block UVA and UVB rays. There is consumer concern that, because chemical sunscreens are absorbed by the skin, they can pass into the bloodstream and contribute to adverse health effects.
A thick liquid extracted from bituminous coal. It is approved as an active ingredient for the control of dandruff, seborrheic dermatitis and psoriasis at certain levels and for limited periods of time. CIR (Cosmetic Ingredient Review) Expert Panel indicated that coal tar can produce adverse health effects when not used in the appropriate concentration.
Formaldehyde (a metabolite of all mammals) and formaldehyde-releasing ingredients are used as preservatives to kill microorganisms, or to prevent or inhibit their growth in products. They are classified as a known human carcinogen in the United States.
Fine plastic particles used as scrubbing agents in rinse-off cosmetic products, which can contribute to environmental pollution.
A clear, odorless liquid used to moisturize and soften skin. Mineral oil used in cosmetics is a highly purified material obtained from refining petroleum. The use of mineral oil often leads to criticism due to the environmentally damaging effects of petroleum production.
Preservatives used to prevent product deterioration in foods, cosmetics and drugs. There is consumer concern that parabens can disrupt the endocrine system.
Phthalate esters are primarily used as plasticizers, which can disrupt the endocrine system.
"A human-made organic alcohol that attracts/absorbs water and functions as a humectant in cosmetic formulations. There is consumer concern that it is a skin irritant.
Used as a preservative to kill microorganisms, or to prevent or inhibit their growth in products. There is consumer concern that triclocarban can disrupt the endocrine system.
Used as a preservative to kill microorganisms, or to prevent or inhibit their growth in products. There is consumer concern that triclosan can disrupt the endocrine system.