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2-Hydroxybenzoic Acid

2-Hydroxybenzoic Acid occurs naturally in the bark of the willow tree, Salix alba, and methyl salicylate is present in wintergreen leaves, Gaultheria procumbens, and in sweet birch bark, Betula lenta.  Commonly known as TEA-Salicylates, it is used as an ultraviolet light absorber to protect cosmetics and personal care products from deterioration by UV rays.

5-Hydroxy-2

5-Hydroxy-2, also known as Kojic Acid, is primarily used to whiten a person’s skin, targeting freckles, age spots, pigmentation, and acne. 


Compared to other whitening surfactants, Kojic Acid has a better tyrosine enzyme inhibition effect. It can act as a melanin inhibitor, an antioxidant, a bacteriostat, a metal chelating agent, and an intermediate in synthesis.

Acetyl Hexapeptide 8

This non-invasive ingredient, used in anti-wrinkle and anti-aging creams, is a Botox-derived protein.


Serums containing Argireline or Acetyl Hexapeptide-8 are applied to wrinkle-affected areas where it accesses the skin’s membranes, limiting muscle activity and wrinkling.

Acetyl Tetrapeptide-2

Acetyl Tetrapeptide-2 is a four amino acid peptide that is claimed to mimic the youth hormone called thymopoietin.


It works by compensating for the loss of thymic factors that come with age and is thought to stimulate the skin’s immune defenses and to help the skin regenerate itself.

Activated Water

Produced with the help of patented, non-chemical Molecular Resonance Effect Technology, Activated Water has molecular clusters similar to water molecules found in living cells.


Molecular Resonance Effect Technology imprints pre-recorded signals in water molecules, which then activate and act upon molecular complexes, such as abnormal cells, viruses, and bacteria, through fundamental physical phenomenons like resonance, constructive and destructive interference, and electromagnetism.

Aloe Barbadensis Miller

The world knows it simply as Aloe Vera and we’ve been familiar with its skincare benefits for ages: great moisturizer, healing promoter, epidermis protection.


But there’s more to this amazing ingredient nature offered us. Aloe Vera is believed to have anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties that enable the skin to rest and potentially accelerate healing and self-restoration

Amino Acids

Within our skin, amino acids are the booster our cells need to reproduce their own antioxidants. Our all-natural amino acids (the ones best for our bodies, and listed in our products) have the ability to repair skin damage, soothe the skin, create a protective barrier against harmful pollutants, and smooth fine lines and superficial wrinkles.

Anthemis nobilis

Anthemis nobilis has been proven to promote faster wound healing and offer deep moisturization to the skin. 


With its antibacterial properties, it helps acne-prone skin, while toning it and rejuvenating it to reduce aging effects.

Antioxidants

Antioxidants are the skin’s anti-pollution defense soldiers. From collagen production boosting to internal cleansing, the possibilities are truly limitless.


There isn’t a singular “best” antioxidant that you need to look for. What matters most is that the product you use contains a variety of antioxidants (the more, the better).

Arctium lappa

The commonly known name for Arctium lappa is Burdock root.  The plant extract is known for its anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties.

It also has some anti-fungal and seborrhea regulation magic powers that make the ingredient especially useful for greasy and flaky skin and scalp.

Argania Spinosa

Kernel oil is one of the rare ingredients found in skincare products. However, it does offer a number of beneficial effects to our skin including anti-aging and improved skin elasticity, antioxidant and skin protection, moisturizing and skin hydration, anti-inflammatory, antiviral activity, and it acts as an insect repellant

Armeniaca Vulgaris

The Armenian plum is perfect for bio intensive skincare for the face, neck, and neckline. 


It is bio-active on the delicate skin surrounding the eyes and intensively nourishes, hydrates, and softens facial skin surface layers while actively improving natural elasticity.

Arthemis Nobilis

The essential oil found in the 2nd most popular type of chamomile, the Roman Chamomile contains the biologically active anti-inflammatory components, bisabolol, and chamazulene. 


Folk medicine historically uses this as a topical to reduce pain and swellinganti-inflammatory properties.

Barbadensis

The world knows it simply as Aloe Vera and no one is a stranger to its skincare benefits for ages: great moisturizer, healing promoter, epidermis protection. But there’s more to this amazing ingredient nature offered us. 


Aloe Vera is believed to have anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties that enable the skin to rest and potentially accelerate healing and self-restoration.

Bee Venom

Bee venom works by ‘tricking’ your skin into thinking that it has been stung. As a defense mechanism, your body starts increasing the blood flow in the affected area– treating it with fresh oxygen and nutrients that stimulate the production of natural collagen and elastin.

The increased collagen and elastin levels generate new skin cells which help in lessening the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, ultimately having an anti-aging 

effect.

beta-Carotene

Beta-carotene is commonly found in skincare formulations for its ability to protect against UVA-light induced damage. 


By doing so, products infused with beta carotene can help to reduce levels of oxidative stress and contribute to the overall enhancement of one’s skin appearance.

Biotin and Folate

The water-soluble B-complex vitamin known as biotin is vitamin B7, one of the most unrecognized b vitamins. It nourishes the skin and helps maintain a clear complexion by producing fatty acids.


Biotin and folate both assist in the production of new cells and help oil glands function properly, enabling the skin to regain its clear, glowing complexion.

Boswellia

Boswellia, also known as Frankincense Frereana, is especially prized for its skin rejuvenating properties. When added to a carrier oil, it smooths the appearance of wrinkles, scars, dry and damaged skin. 


When used as a topical or infused, Frankincense Frereana supports your immune system as well as calming and relaxing your body, thereby uplifting your mood.

Boswellia Sacra

The genera Boswellia and Commiphora both belong to the family Burseraceae which is characterized by heavy resin ducts in their bark from which the resins frankincense and myrrh are obtained.


Frankincense hydrosol is a wonderful skin tonic that has mild analgesic, antimicrobial, anti-ulcer, gastro-protective, and dyspepsia-relieving properties plus a memory-boosting effect. All of these effects are mainly attributed to its major component; alpha-pinene.

Brambleberry

Brambleberry is the lesser-used name for blackberry – one of the most powerful antioxidants available. 


One of the most important benefits we get from it is UVA and UVB protection, achieved through the high concentration of ellagic acid present in this fruit. Combined with the high quantity of vitamin C, we can expect healthy, toned skin

Butyrospermum parkii

Everyone knows it by its popular name: shea butter. Obtained from the shea tree, this plant-based emollient mimics the lipid content of the skin.


By doing so, it helps maintain the skin’s hydration and natural pH balance, promoting a soft, smooth, healthy appearance.

Cadmium Oxide

Cadmium oxide, along with zinc, has the ability to protect against the longer UVA rays. 


Present on any day, sunny or cloudy, these are the main culprit for any chronic skin condition, making cadmium oxide a must-have for healthy skin.

Camellia Sinensis

We all know its popular name: Green Tea. Camellia Sinensis leaf extract and its major polyphenol constituents have the ability to work indirectly as antioxidants, by using its tea catechins and polyphenols to act as scavengers against pollutants and damaged cells.

Cannabidiol

CBD, the main cannabidiol component acting as an anti-inflammatory, is one of nature’s most important gifts to us. 


By counteracting free-radical damage and reducing the appearance of inflammation, CBD anti-aging creams visibly diminish issues like wrinkles, skin dullness, and ruddy skin tone.

Cannabis sativa

One of the main benefits of Cannabis Sativa is that it has been found to have significant soothing properties

Since all skin types are affected daily by environmental stressors, CBD’s soothing mechanism can help keep everyone’s skin in check.

Caprylyl Glycol

Caprylic glycol is an important moisturizing ingredient. Its role is to attract water to and hold it in the skin. 


This occurs while having preservative-like properties that extend the shelf life of the product by helping prevent other ingredients from spoiling. It also helps products spread and absorb more easily into the skin.

Capsicum Annuum

Who knew paprika actually contains more vitamin C than lemon juice by weight?


Paprika is also high in other antioxidants, containing about 10% of the level found in Açaí berries. This makes it the perfect natural and affordable alternative for antioxidants to any skincare product.

Ceramides

Ceramides are lipids that form 50% of the skin barrier and help skin retain moisture


They also help the skin protect against environmental aggressors like irritants and pollution. Without the proper ratio of ceramides, the skin’s barrier can become compromised, leading to dryness, itching, and irritation.

Cetearyl alcohol

Cetearyl alcohol belongs to the same fatty acid family as caprylyl glycol and you will often find them together on skincare product labels. 


They help create smoother creams, thicker lotions, and more stable foam products, while the skin benefits they bring include a higher degree of moisturization, protecting the skin’s lipid barrier, and a smoother complexion.

Cinnamomum Verum

One of the most beloved spices, cinnamon is a surprise skincare ingredient. The antibacterial properties of cinnamon can be really helpful for people with acne


With its ability to increase capillary blood flow, cinnamon can also help in getting rid of fine lines on the face, through the collagen production boost it triggers.

Citric Acid

Citric Acid is one of the most common ingredients in skincare products (and for a good reason). 


The benefits we get from it are extensive: astringent skin toner, moisture booster, exfoliation, a trusted helper in toning our skin, and it is an amazing pH level adjuster.

Citrus aurantium var. Amara

Grapefruit extract is one of the most important citric acid sources available to us. 


Grapefruit oil is well-suited for the treatment of acne and clogged pores, as well as regulating sweat, connective tissue weakness, and cellulitis. It is also well suited to apply on areas of muscle tension.

Citrus Limonum

In skincare, lemon extract is used as an astringent. It acts by loosening the uppermost layer of skin cells, removing any unwanted oil, debris, dust particles, and dead skin cells.


The carotenoids contained by it are powerful antioxidants, helping fight any oxidative damage caused by free radicals and preventing aging signs like wrinkles, fine lines, and dark spots. Applying it topically can improve skin appearance by minimizing visual signs of aging.

Citrus Paradisi

Bitter orange, it contains several fragrance components including linalool (around 30%) and limonene (around 10%), the latter providing the enchanting smell we enjoy. 


In skincare, the properties we make use of are the antiseptic, antispasmodic, nervine, and sedative effects, and as a deodorant and tonic.

Citrus sinensis

The blood orange is the common name of Citrus Sinensis. It boosts circulation in the skin, fights off free radicals to prevent premature skin aging, has antibacterial properties to help fight acne, promotes cell growth and collagen synthesis, and has antiseptic healing properties.

Cocos nucifera

Coconut oil is one of the most powerful weapons available to us, as it replenishes the protective layer of acids and sebum oils. It helps reestablish the skin’s natural antimicrobial and acid barrier, reducing chronic skin inflammation within days.

Coenzyme Q10

As our skin is the outermost layer of the body, it is constantly exposed to various external factors, including oxidative stress caused by the sun’s UV rays. In addition, internal processes can cause the release of free radicals which cause further damage.


This is where coenzyme Q10 comes into play. Found naturally in all body cells, it is vital for energy production to fulfill the skin’s basic functions such as regeneration and repair, being released as an antioxidant to combat this oxidative stress, which is why it is so essential for smooth, healthy-looking skin.

Colloidal Silver

Colloidal Silver is a mineral suspended in a liquid formula. This enables it to disperse evenly and therefore cover a larger surface area of the skin. With microscopic molecules, it packs a punch when it comes to both skin and healthcare benefits.

 

Colloidal silver has anti-inflammatory, anti-fungal, and antibacterial properties. As a traditional remedy, people have used it for centuries to treat a variety of ailments, including skin rashes, sinus infections, flu, and more


This lovely product kills bacteria, relieves stress, boosts collagen in your skin, and refreshes and revives you.

Copper Tripeptide

Peptides are naturally occurring amino acids that can help produce collagen and elastin, two types of connective tissues responsible for smooth and firm skin.


They stimulate collagen production. And they’re among the most talked about beauty trends right now because they’re completely organic.

Cucumber

Loaded with antioxidants, cucumbers have the ability to fight oxidative damage caused by free radicals. 


Cucumbers also contain plenty of vitamins and nutrients that give them the upper hand when it comes to skincare. Vitamins play a key role in overall health but they’re particularly effective in supporting skin health when applied topically.

Cupressus Sempervirens

Cupressus Sempervirens is the leaf extract obtained from the leaves of the Cypress Pinaceae. 


When it comes to skincare benefits, there are many we can list, including being an antispasmodic, antisudorific, antiseptic, astringent, sedative, local vasoconstrictor, and deodorant.

Cymbopogon Citratus

Cymbopogon citratus is commonly known as lemongrass.

 

One of the greatest beauty benefits of organic lemongrass essential oil is how it can help reduce oiliness and control shine. For centuries, lemongrass has been used as a natural remedy to prevent infection and heal wounds. 


Organic lemongrass also has purifying properties which make it perfect for skin care. These properties help to remove impurities, detoxify the skin, and leave it feeling clean and clear.

Damascena

With mild astringent properties, Rosa Damascena can be used as a toner for oily skin that is prone to acne. Rosewater refreshes the skin, without stripping it of its natural oils (a common problem with alcohol-containing toners).


Rose extract contains more than 100 different compounds, some of which are believed to have antiseptic properties. Rose Damascena distillate reduces inflammation by suppressing the growth of certain types of bacteria.

Dimethyl sulfoxide

Dimethyl sulfoxide (DMSO) is an organosulfur compound with the formula (CH3)2SO. Although its name might sound scary, this all-natural ingredient is amazing for skin conditions including keloid scars and scleroderma. 


It is sometimes used topically to treat skin and tissue damage caused by chemotherapy drug IV leakage.

Dismutase

Considered to be quite possibly the most powerful antioxidant our body creates, superoxide dismutase (SOD) is an enzyme found in almost all living cells.

 

It is the body’s smart antioxidant enzyme that protects the cells from highly reactive, cell-damaging superoxide radicals (O2−) – removing wrinkles, rebuilding tissue, and extending the length of life.

Divine Feminine Activation

Our being is based on a balance of masculine and feminine energies that lie within us. Due to life’s accelerated speed, we sometimes create an imbalance, by leaning towards the masculine energy.

 

Yet, the strength of women comes from their feminine energy, which needs nourishment by tapping into our intuition, our interpersonal connections, our empathy, sensuality, receptivity, and flow state. 


Diving into and receiving support for our feminine energy is required to restore our personal balance and create strong, intimate, and nurturing bonds with those around us. Divine Feminine Activation supports, nurtures, and increases our divine feminine energy.

DNA activation

Similar to our brain, our DNA has inactive segments to it. Out of 12 strands of DNA in each molecule, only two are active, making us miss out on 83.33% of our true potential.

 

Activated DNA is believed to strengthen our immune system and enhance daily life effectiveness. With a stronger immune system, your body will be able to heal faster and cell communication will be improved, leading to greater creativity.

 

In addition to a healthier body that you’re in control of, activated DNA might have the ability to open your inner sight and improve internal communication with your ascended, multidimensional “Higher Self”.


The DNA activation frequencies present in EG products are a set of vibrational frequencies designed to help your body achieve the results above.

DNA repair

There is an ongoing process within our cells that uses a series of special enzymes to repair mutations (changes) in DNA and restore the DNA to its original state. 


The DNA repair within our products helps this process in order to avoid the further mutation in a DNA repair gene which can cripple the repair process and cause a cascade of unrepaired mutations in the genome.

EDF, Liquid Crystal

Liquid Crystal is a mix of cholesterol derivatives that will replenish lipids in the human body.

EG’s Signature Scalar Energy Intelligence

Designed to support the reversal of aging while elevating the consciousness of cellular intelligence, EG’s Signature Scalar Energy Intelligence was created to help your entire being. 


It contains over 250 scalar frequencies such as repaired DNA, hormone balance, chakra balance, skin repair, anti-aging repair, vitality, full-body balance, ensuring you get the full support of the Universe’s healing energy in your recovery and fulfillment process.

Ferulic Acid

The main benefits of ferulic acid include decreased formation of fine lines and wrinkles, brown spots, and other signs of premature aging. It also helps reduce the potential for sagging skin. 

 

One of the most overlooked assets ferulic acid brings to skin care products is that it boosts the effects of vitamin C and vitamin E


When used in conjunction with other antioxidants, ferulic acid has the ability to potentiate them and make them more stable.

Frequency of The Golden Lotus Flower

Considered a symbol of fertility, the Lotus Flower is associated with the seventh chakra, guiding our path towards enlightenment. 


Frequency wise, the lotus flower vibrates at the same 432Hz frequency the human body resonates with. Becoming in tune with this frequency aligns your being with your life path.

Glyceryl Stearate

Glyceryl Stearate is an esterification product of glycerin and stearic acid, both being one of the most useful moisturizers available in skincare products. 


It acts as a lubricant on the skin’s surface, giving the skin a soft and smooth appearance. It also slows the loss of water from the skin by forming a barrier on the skin’s surface.

Glycyrrhiza Glabra

Licorice Root Extract, or Licorice root oil, is an oil extracted from the Glycyrrhiza Glabra or Licorice plant. 


Native to the Mediterranean, southern and central Russia, but also grown across mild climates in the US, it works as an anti-inflammatory agent and helps reduce pigmentation. And the Glycyrrhizin and Glabriding have anti-aging and skin-lightening properties.

Gold Dust

Gold Dust is your personal anti-aging skin booster. 

 

Some consider it a little high maintenance, but it’s totally worth its weight in gold! 


Enabling gold to access your body’s largest organ (your skin) while receiving tailored energy scalar imprints allows you to boost the skin’s cellular energy and collagen synthesis, resulting in younger-looking, brighter skin.

Gold Leaf

With antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties the use of gold leaves can calm acne inflammation, reduce skin redness, and protect against free radicals that lead to wrinkles and sun damage.


Based on decades of research, the additional informational scalar imprint makes it even more powerful, allowing us to see results in little to no time at all.

Helichrysum italicum

Their name says it all: Immortelles. Coming from a flowering plant in the daisy family, Helichrysum italicum is a darling of the natural skincare world. 


Helichrysum is an emollient, moisturizing oil that can help reduce the appearance of age spots, fine lines and wrinkles, and even the appearance of skin tone and texture.

Hippophae rhamnoides

Known as sea buckthorn, this tasty berry is a great source of vitamin C as well as various B vitamins, vitamin E, lycopene, phytosterols, and numerous phenolic compounds that provide antioxidant benefits.


The most unique aspect of this fruit extract comes from its ability to help stabilize elements in the skin that would normally break down in the presence of peroxide and other types of free radicals.

Humatrope

While controversial, Humatrope’s benefits for the skin have proven themselves over the years. With the ability to speed up injury healing and muscle tissue repair, it speeds up metabolism and burns fat at an accelerated level, which leads to smoother, cellulite-free skin.


An increase in blood flow generated by it slows down the aging process and age-related conditions, like wrinkles.

Hyaluronic Acid ELMW

Our natural water reservoir, Hyaluronic Acid is the natural gel between skin cells that provides protection to our skin. 

 

As we age, our skin loses the ability to hold sufficient water in this reservoir as the reserve of HA becomes depleted. 

 

Feeding new hyaluronic acid to the skin may help hydrate the skin’s intercellular reservoir, raising the skin’s moisture level, and smoothing out age lines.

Inner wisdom activation

Accessing and activating your inner wisdom is possible with scalar imprints delivered to you through your body’s largest organ, the skin. 

 

It can be possible for you to get into a steady high level of energy and power that works and is relaxing and empowering for you.


You can feel connected and enjoy the free space that protects you and also provides you with power, strength, self-confidence, and wisdom.

Intuition support

Listening to our intuition is one of the easiest-to-follow life guides. However, we often find it challenging because logic and social programming have been designed to steer us off track with tuning into universal knowledge


With specific frequencies programmed into ORMEs, you will be able to access the path to self-discovery and ground yourself in your instincts, enabling your intuition to blossom like a beautiful flower.

Iota Carrageenan

Extracted from red seaweed, or Irish moss, as some call it, this ingredient proves beneficial to the skin in several ways. 


In addition to its hydrating properties, it’s also been found in some studies to block the growth of viruses like human papillomavirus, making it potentially even more protective in sexual lubricants (in which it’s already included).

Jasmine

With the grace of its antioxidants, jasmine can help protect skin from environmental stressors. This leads to a youthful appearance for your skin. 

 

Like many natural oils, jasmine oil helps treat dry skin and provides natural moisture that won’t clog pores.

 

For those with finicky skin temperaments, Jasmine is an ideal ingredient because it’s non-irritating and non-sensitizing

 

It’s also great for dry, greasy, or sensitive skin, as it helps to balance all types without irritation.

Juglans Nigra

The eastern American black walnut, this ingredient has been tried, tested, and proven to have multiple skincare benefits, acting as an antimicrobial, astringent, toner, and invigorating agent.


Especially useful in the treatment of skin diseases, black walnut is of the highest value in curing scrofulous diseases, herpes, and eczema.

Juniperus communis

The plethora of juniper-derived ingredients are used to leave your complexion deeply cleansed and your pores free from harmful impurities. 

 

In fact, juniper oil is particularly good for acne-prone skin, along with Lavender Oil and Clary Sage Oil.


As a natural healer, juniper has detoxifying properties and it’s full of antioxidants. It works to repair and strengthen the epidermis, allowing it to defend itself from impurities that can damage the skin and cause premature aging.

L. Salvia sclarea

Suitable for both dry and oily skin, Clary sage relieves, relaxes, and warms, offering anti-aging benefits at the same time.

 

This ingredient acts as a moisturizer by decreasing the loss of transcutaneous water. It has astringent properties and helps to balance out oily, mixed, or acne-prone skin.


Being rich in vitamin C, Clary sage helps fight free radicals and the signs of premature aging.

Lactobacillus bacterium

An extract made from a special lactic acid, this beneficial bacteria treats dry, itching, and stinging skin in a targeted way. As revealed by a German study, this extract mitigates inflammation and protects the skin.

 

Daily use of the cell-free Lactobacillus extract can lead to a significant improvement of damaged skin. 

 

As it helps to reduce the loss of skin moisture, and therefore also markedly relieved symptoms such as itching, dryness, or stinging.

Lavandula Angustifolia

Probably the most known essential oil in the world, lavender stands up to its name. It promotes calm and relaxation, being a nervous tension reliever.

 

Extracted from the flowers of the lavender plant, primarily through steam distillation, lavender oil has been used as a cleanser, antiallergenic, and soothing ingredient since the times of ancient Romans, Persians, and Greeks.

 

Its skincare benefits include relieving itching and reducing eczema symptoms, speeding burn healing and scar healing


It has antibacterial and antimicrobial effects and is one of the most amazing anti-inflammatory ingredients known to humanity.

Leuconostoc Kimchii

This natural preservative is based on an antimicrobial peptide originally derived from the lactic acid bacteria, Leuconostoc kimchii. 

 

A skin moisturization study proved that L Kimchii has not only natural antimicrobial properties, but also the ability to provide potent moisturizing benefits


These properties make it ideal for applications addressing numerous skin conditions.

Life purpose activation

 

For some, the terms life purpose and life path are completely unknown. And yet, they are the reason the Universe allows us to come into being. Following them is the duty we owe to others, but mostly to ourselves. 


With life purpose activation, you are able to achieve your true purpose, which in return will bring fulfillment and enlightenment into your life.

Melaleuca Alternifolia

Distilled from the leaves of Tea tree, Melaleuca alternifolia possesses antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, antiviral, and antifungal properties. 


It is one of the most popular choices for treating acne, redness, swelling, and inflammation.

Melon

Though most commonly thought of as a delicious summer treat, melon is also used to enhance skincare products. Naturally high in sugar and antioxidants, it makes a great addition to any complexion care routine.

 

Melons contain many of nature’s powerful antioxidants. Lycopene, Superoxide Dismutase, Vitamins A and C work to improve the look of skin and protect it from further signs of aging. 


Though fresh melons can usually only be found during the summer, you can now take advantage of this fruit’s skin care benefits all year round.

Mentha Arvensis

Usually known as Japanese or Corn mint, Mentha Arvensis is a herbaceous plant used for both culinary and medicinal purposes.


We understand the appeal to use it in a fresh dish, but we also need to remember that besides menthol, other main constituents like terpenes, menthone, neomenthone, methyl acetate, pulegone, and Pipestone play a vital role in keeping your skin healthy.

Mentha Piperita L.

This evergreen scent makes us always remember the holidays. Composed primarily of menthol and menthone, peppermint oil is also rich in pulegone, carvacrol, menthofuran, and Limone.


This combination offers peppermint oil strong antimicrobial, antiviral, antioxidant, and antitumor properties. Some studies have reported it also has strong antiallergenic potential.

Methylsulfonylmethane

While the name may sound scary, MSM (or methylsulfonylmethane) is PURE organic sulfur, sometimes referred to as DMSO2 (Dimethyl Sulfone). 

 

It is naturally found in all plants and tissues, being considered by some nature’s beauty mineral. This is due to its capacity to enhance collagen production and maintain a strong, healthy skin foundation.


Mandatory for both collagen and keratin production, MSM has the ability to maintain your skin’s smooth and youthful appearance and keep your hair glossy and lustrous.

Minerals

Not only the body’s largest organ, but the skin is also the reflection of inner health and radiance

 

We can often realize how healthy a person is, what organs are not functioning properly, and if there are any nutrient deficiencies just by looking at the person’s skin.


Minerals are often the most important elements, going severely unnoticed in our diets and lifestyles. Responsible for the health of our skin, they are as mandatory as vitamins in our diets.

Multi-Mineral

Created to help the skin boost its metabolic processes and eliminate oxidation, the multi-mineral compound is mainly based on magnesium and zinc, our star ingredients. 


Together, they help diminish wrinkles, boost collagen, restore the skin’s firmness, and even help the body rebalance sebum production and calm the irritating effects of pollution.

Myristoyl Pentapeptide-17

This scientific name represents a fatty acid made from a long chain of peptides. The chain is a healing promoter, being built with amino acids that are the foundation of proteins.


With their ability to easily incorporate into other protein structures, like your skin, hair, and nails, they can transmit the required information needed to heal the structures they affect, restoring your body’s balance and releasing your inner glow to the world.

Nano Gold

The fast and highly processed food trends do not affect us just in terms of weight and cholesterol buildup. One term not talked about is “advanced glycation end-products” or AGEs, for short. 

 

These products affect skin elasticity and the best way to counteract their effects is through the use of Nano Gold. 


The gold nanoparticles are capable of competing with carbohydrates and bind to amino acids like lysine and arginine, disrupting the deposits of AGEs, maintaining the skin’s natural elasticity, and further leading to fewer wrinkles and more toned skin.

Olea europaea L.

Known for more than 3 millennia for its health benefits, organic olive oil brought us the healthy skin and purity discovered by the Mediterranean cultures. 

 

The splendid active substances found in cold-pressed organic olive oil have the ability to directly nourish the skin cells, replenishing their energy, filling them with antioxidants, and stopping oxidative processes. 


This leads us to have healthy, radiant, glowing, firm, and toned skin.

Organic Argan Oil

Argan oil is made from the kernels that grow on the argan trees native to Morocco. It’s most frequently sold as pure oil, which can be directly applied topically (directly to the skin) or ingested in order to provide several health benefits. 


Argan oil has traditionally been used both topically and orally to improve the health of skin, hair, and nails: protects from sun damage, moisturizes the skin, treats acne, heals skin infections, soothes atopic dermatitis, and has anti-aging effects.

Organic Castor Oil

Derived from the seeds of the castor oil plant Ricinus communis, castor oil is a natural, organic ingredient in cosmetics. 


Castor oil has many potential benefits. These include: preventing wrinkles, fighting acne, reducing puffiness, moisturizing, soothing sunburn, fighting dry lips, and promoting overall skin health.

ORMUS

ORMUS or ORMEs is one of those rare material states that can affect your body at a cellular level. It does so by being a superconductor. And if we’re talking about monatomic gold as an ORMUS element, the conductivity is even higher. 


Monatomic Gold allows subconsciously held beliefs and worries to surface and become understood. It acts upon the pituitary gland, inducing an increase in hormonal production, and thus offers anti-aging support.

Palmitoyl Tripeptide-5

Having the generic structure of an amino acid string, palmitoyl oligopeptides are formed by small proteins. Their main ability is to penetrate and bind to existing protein structures, aiding the recovery and restructuring of the damaged ones.


They are a vital ingredient in any anti-aging formulation, due to their ability to stimulate collagen production while promoting the healthy functioning of skin cells.

Palmityl Alcohol

Palmityl Alcohol, a natural ingredient, can be usefully employed in emulsions and anhydrous formulas to increase viscosity (thicken) and to give the product a cushioned body. 

 

Palmityl Alcohol is one of the most widely used natural fatty alcohols, often employed as the sole conditioning agent in the natural creme rinse for natural hair conditioners as it adequately moisturizes and improves wet/dry comb out. 

 

It’s also used as a natural thickener which improves the stability of the emulsion to function as a co-emulsifier. And it is compatible with almost all common cosmetic ingredients. 


When Palmityl Alcohol is used as a thickener in a cosmetic formulation, as opposed to other natural thickener choices, it offers more ease of use because it won’t impact the system pH or add thixotropic behavior.

Papaya

With the help of active enzymes like papain, present in the Papaya fruit extract, your skin is able to have reduced pigmentation and to naturally fight acne breakouts and wrinkle formation.


It is also a valuable resource for those with dry skin, helping stop the flaky breakout by providing the required essential oils that help regulate sebum production.

pentacyclic lupane-type triterpenes

Found in natural sources, like Jojoba oil, pentacyclic lupane-type triterpenes have extremely strong anti-inflammatory properties and are currently used as a promising dietary supplement in anti-cancer diets. 


Being organic, these golden ingredients have high topical bioavailability, helping the skin repair damaged structures sometimes in less than 24 hours.

Persea Americana

The main component used from this amazing plant, avocado oil, is an excellent source of beta-sitosterol, oleic acid, omega-6 linoleic acid, and omega-3 linolenic acid, all mandatory to preserve moisture and prevent water loss.

 

It’s able to replenish oil reserves, smooth and soften the skin, and provide natural antioxidants such as vitamins A, C, D, and E. 


The main benefits of avocado oil are to soothe and add moisture, so it won’t work as well if you have oily skin. But because it absorbs well, using avocado oil won’t leave a lot of grease behind.

Persea Gratissima

While the main benefits of Persea Gratissima are to soothe and add moisture to our skin, it is also able to:

  • shield skin from ultraviolet radiation to protect against UV skin damage
  • hydrate and moisturize the skin
  • heal chapped skin
  • calm itchy skin

replenish dry skin

Piper Nigrum

Black pepper is one of the oldest trade commodities of the East, where it has been in continuous use for over 4,000 years for medicinal and culinary purposes.

 

Regarding its use in skincare products, it has antioxidant and antibacterial properties which help to cure pimples and other types of acne


It effectively helps get rid of blackheads and helps lighten the skin, while boosting blood circulation through the upper layers of the epidermis which leads to an increase in collagen production and skin elasticity.

Plankton Extract

This 100% vegan superfood is making retinol obsolete. Filled with phytonutrients and antioxidants, it replenishes, plumps, and protects your skin to give it an ageless appearance.


The cellular matrix of the skin is often damaged by oxidants and pollutants. Plankton extract actively fights these free radicals and helps the skin recover its natural strength, elasticity, and young, toned appearance.

Potassium Hydroxide

The pH of products is an important component of skin care formulations. The skin’s normal pH is slightly acidic, typically between 4.5-5.75. 

 

This acidity of the skin is termed the “acid mantle” and is maintained by sebaceous glands, sweat glands, and normal skin flora. 


The main function of potassium hydroxide in cosmetics and skin care products is to stabilize the pH of a product. If the pH of a product is too acidic or too basic the product can disrupt the delicate skin mantle barrier.

Proanthocyanidins

Extracted specifically from grape seeds, these proanthocyanidins contain 20 times the antioxidant power of vitamin E and 50 times the antioxidant power of vitamin C. 


The antioxidant power of grape seed extract fights the free radicals from the sun to protect the skin. We include this powerful extract to protect your skin from the sun’s damaging UV rays.

Radish Root

This bright red root veggie may be a surprising addition to a skincare product. 

 

But radish roots are filled with vitamins A, B, C, E, and K, along with many essential cell-building minerals like zinc, iron, and calcium.  They also are packed with skin-friendly properties. 


The vitamins act as antioxidants, fending off free radicals which will prematurely age the skin if they are not neutralized. They are also helpful in the creation of new cells and in reducing inflammation.

rh-Polypeptide-3

Peptides are compounds of two or more amino acids linked together into a chain. Similar to proteins, they are smaller and not quite as structured.  

 

Being in a shorter form, oligopeptides are able to penetrate the top layer of your skin and send signals to your cells to tell them how to function. They’re able to penetrate the skin to address common skin care concerns from the inside out. 


That’s unlike complete proteins (like collagen), which are not able to be directly absorbed through the top layer of skin.

Rosa Damascena

The beautiful Damask rose is a hybrid of two different roses. It’s believed the rose water sourced from it was used by the queen of ancient beauty herself: Cleopatra.

 

Thanks to its popularity and longevity, its wonderful benefits have been proven over centuries: antibacterial & antiseptic, antioxidant, anti-aging properties, and anti-inflammatory properties.

Rosmarinus Officinalis

Another commonly-used herb, rosemary extract can have antioxidant benefits for the skin

 

Research has shown that rosmarinic acid, one of the components in rosemary extract, has a calming effect on the skin, which may be useful for mitigating several common skin issues. 


Rosmarinic acid is an antioxidant, as is caffeic acid, another naturally occurring component of rosemary.

Salvia Officinalis

As a skincare ingredient, sage is basically unknown. However, this powerful plant has stronger anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory properties than most medical-grade ingredients available in the skincare industry.


At the same time, sage is a great melanin regulator, being able to help with melanogenesis, making it a great anti-aging tool.

Scalar Frequency of OMcodes Abundance and Expansion

Scalar infused frequencies of abundance and expansion help you achieve your goals through clarity and connection with the Universe’s divine source energy.

Scalar Frequency of OMcodes Awakening

Scalar infused frequencies of awakening allow you to tune in to your inner self, seek your personal truth, and achieve mindfulness and acceptance towards the things that are out of balance and out of your control in the world.

Scalar Frequency of OMcodes Detox and Flow

Scalar infused frequencies of detox and flow allow your body to heal by eliminating regressive programming and external pollutants


It focuses on cleaning your body along with your spirit and grounding yourself in order to release negative influences.

Scalar Frequency of OMcodes of Life Purpose Activation

Scalar infused frequencies of life purpose activation enable you to follow your true calling, release your inner power from the shackles of social norms, and impact the world through the healing and purpose-driven manifestations of your soul.

Scalar Frequency of OMcodes of Self Love

Scalar infused frequencies of self-love will help you give yourself permission to accept imperfections with grace and gratitude


The first step towards enlightenment is the realization that our flaws are what makes us unique.

Scalar Frequency of OMcodes of Weight Loss

Scalar infused frequencies of weight loss help the body channel its energy towards eliminating harmful products from our cell structure and work towards increasing our metabolism without harmful side-effects, its purpose being weight loss and gut healing.

Simmondsia Chinensis

One of the most drought-resistant evergreen shrubs native to South-western North America, Simmondsia Chinensis is the source of jojoba oil, the golden yellow liquid coming from its seeds (about 50% of the weight of the seeds will be oil). 

 

While it may seem like your average emollient plant oil, jojoba oil is really special and unique. 


It is used as an emulsion stabilizer, enabling other ingredients to maintain their qualities while hydrating the skin like no other ingredients on the market.

Sodium Stearyl lactylate

Sodium Stearyl lactylate is a naturally sourced ingredient that has the ability to stabilize the water in moisturizers and other products containing hydrating ingredients.

 

Its ability to do this is possible through its interaction with proteins and starches, helping with skin toning at the same time.

Stearic Acid

Stearic acid is a natural saturated fatty acid commonly found in coconut or palm oil that is used in a variety of cosmetics and skincare products. 

 

It helps to wash away excess oil and dirt from the skin and protects the skin’s natural barrier against water loss.


Stearic acid is an important component in the skin’s barrier and is widely used in skincare products. In formulations it may support the healthy functioning of the skin barrier, potentially helping to improve hydration and sensitivity. (It is important to note that this benefit has not been well researched.)

Sympeptides

SymPeptides are a proprietary formulation created by XLash with the goal to act as an eyelash enhancer.

The bio-available lipo-oligopeptide compositions increase the overall density of eyelashes by thickening and fortifying them.

Telomeres

Telomeres are critical structures at the end of eukaryotic chromosomes made up of numerous copies of G-rich repeats.  

 

Their balance is mandatory to our cells’ nucleus composition, as they prevent the disruption of the shelterin complex, which usually leads to activation of a DNA damage response and cellular senescence

Terminalia ferdinandiana

We know it as the Kakadu Plum. In South Asia, this ayurvedic plant is named “The King of Medicine”.

 

Terminalia ferdinandiana has a protective effect on skin exposed to daylight and helps maintain the skin’s supportive elements. 


Kakadu Plums are an excellent source of gallic and ellagic acid which are believed to repair damaged skin and reduce collagen breakdown.

Theobroma Cacao

Theobroma Cacao is one of the most effective products at preserving the skin’s moisture balance. I

 

It helps to restore the lipidic layer of the skin, reinforcing the skin barrier, which in turn reduces water loss and therefore keeps the skin better hydrated for longer.


Cacao also improves the appearance of cellulite by firming the skin and breaking down adipose tissue, making it one of the go-to ingredients in a wide range of skin-smoothing body products.

Thyroid Support

 

The links between thyroid issues and the appearance of your skin have been proven for decades. Even the term “myxedema” refers to the associated skin condition caused by increased glycosaminoglycan deposition in the skin. Generalized myxedema is still the classic cutaneous sign of hypothyroidism.


Receiving thyroid support will improve your skin’s overall look by preventing extra deposition of dermal acid mucopolysaccharides, especially hyaluronic acid.

Tocopherol

Tocopherol, a fat-soluble vitamin is a naturally occurring antioxidant that can be isolated from vegetable oil. Its skincare benefits include collagen production, wrinkle reduction, stretch mark reduction, it acts as a moisturizer and it enhances the power of sunscreen ingredients.

Transdermal Magnesium

One of the most overlooked, yet vital nutrients for our bodies is magnesium

 

Especially when it comes to skincare, it’s an important mineral that helps support the synthesis of collagen. And a lack of collagen as we age is one of the key factors in wrinkles.  


Without adequate Magnesium, your skin is far more susceptible to harmful free radical damage that can ultimately lead to wrinkling and skin damage.

Transverse Element

Transverse Element is needed for the Evolved Body to receive energy that is not available on Earth at this time. 

 

It connects us to The Axiatonal Grid, the fabric of all Creation and beyond, giving us connection between every dimension and to all of the divine intelligence (or states of consciousness) available to us.  

 

It gives our physical bodies the ability to hold higher frequencies, which in turn gives us the ability to move into higher states of consciousness. 


When we reach higher states of consciousness we are able to transcend beyond the limitations of 3D reality because we become aware that we are this fabric of all Creation.

tripeptide glycyl-L-histidyl-L-lysine

The human peptide GHK (glycyl-l-histidyl-l-lysine) has multiple biological actions, all of which, according to our current knowledge, appear to be health positive.

 

By stimulating blood vessels and nerve outgrowth, it naturally increases collagen production, elastin, supports the function of dermal fibroblasts


GHK’s ability to improve tissue repair has been demonstrated for skin, lung connective tissue, bones, liver, and stomach lining.

Triticum aestivum & Glycine max

Triticum aestivum & Glycine max are proprietary skincare compositions that include, at a minimum, effective proof as an amazing wrinkle reduction agent which is a hexapeptide and a natural exfoliating complex. 


This skincare formulation provides natural skin exfoliation, reduces fine lines and wrinkles, and improves skin elasticity and firmness.

Urtica Dioica

The common stinging nettle extract has been shown to have anti-inflammatory, antihistamine, and allergy reducing properties.


Its extractants have antihistamine and anti-inflammatory qualities, and decades of professional medical use have shown it to be a natural treatment for eczema.

Vecorexirn

Vecorexin® Liposomes by Lipotec is a natural proprietary formulation used as an anti-aging agent and moisturizing agent


It helps protect the skin and nourish it at the same time. One of its greatest applications is the UV filter properties within it.

Vitamin B-3

The benefits of Vitamin B3 are countless. Nicotinamide helps restore cellular energy, repair damaged DNA, and reduce the immunosuppressive effects of sun-induced UV rays. 

Vitamin B3 can be compared to a well-oiled machine, fighting off internal and external stressors that can ultimately lead to the deterioration or breakdown of our skin and premature signs of aging like discoloration and wrinkles.

Vitamin E

Vitamin E is one of the most powerful antioxidants, preventing oxidative damage to cells by helping to remove free radicals and has moisturizing and healing benefits and helps to strengthen the skin’s barrier function. Vitamin E is also a natural anti-inflammatory, so it can be soothing and help calm the skin.

Vitellaria Paradoxa

Sourced from the Karite trees, the butter made from their nut oil extract has been a mainstay in natural skincare as an all-around magic emollient for a while now. 


It has a rich texture and is a great source of antioxidants and stearic and linoleic fatty acids. We love to use it in most of our formulas and combine it with lighter weight oils for the ultimate skin nourishment.

Xanthan Gum

Xanthan Gum is a sugar-based polymer that is often misunderstood. The truth is that it is a natural polysaccharide used as a stabilizing agent in beauty products, without the horrible pore-clogging factor generated by other thickeners. 


Even in concentrations of less than one percent, xanthan gum has the ability to notably increase the viscosity of liquids it is added to for optimal texture.

Zea mays

One of the best natural alternatives to talc is Zea mays. It is also used as a thickening agent. The compatibility with other ingredients is significant, allowing for wider use in cosmetics. The typical concentration of Zea Mays Starch is 1-99%, For lotions 1-3%


Zea mays can also be used as an exfoliator to remove dead skin from the surface to reveal clean smooth skin.

Zemea

Zemea® propanediol is a natural, skin-friendly, preservative-boosting alternative to petroleum-based glycols for formulators who desire versatile, safe, and innovative cosmetic ingredients.


It is commonly used as a humectant, preservative booster, emollient, natural solvent, viscosity enhancer, hand-feel modifier, and for botanical extraction and dilution.

Zingiber officinale

Better known as ginger oil, the benefits of Zingiber officinale include the prevention of lipid peroxidation in the skin. Adding ginger to your skincare routine can protect your skin’s lipid barrier and potentially prevent lipid peroxidation on the microlevel. 


However, this does not take the place of sunscreen. You should wear sunscreen every day.

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