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    • Acacia Senegal Gum (Acacia) Extract: Anti-inflammatory and astringent properties.

    • Achillea Millefolium (Yarrow) Extract: Antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties. Relieves cramps, slows bleeding, balances, regulates sebaceous glands. Especially suitable for sensitive and damaged skin.

    • Actinidia Chinensis (Kiwi) Seed Extract/Oil: Contains valuable essential fatty acids, (over 60% alpha-linolenic acid). Anti-inflammatory properties. Stores moisture and promotes cell renewal.

    • Aesculus Hippocastanum (Horse Chestnut Seed) Extract: Decongestant properties. Revitalizes, activates cell metabolism, helps to strengthen connective tissue.

    • Alanine: Non-essential amino acid thought to stimulate immune system and help metabolize sugars and organic acids.

    • Alaria Esculenta (Brown Algae) Extract: Traditional food on the north Atlantic coast. High in omega 3, 6 and 9 fatty acids. Anti-aging properties. Strengthens skin’s hydrolipid barrier and stimulates cell activity, Revitalizes, firms and smoothens skin.

    • Alcohol (Ethanol): Produced by the fermentation of starch or other carbohydrate source. Used as a solvent for extracts and other ingredients. Refreshing, astringent effect promotes circulation.

    • Alcohol Denat: Alcohol produced using certified organic plant materials. Deantured in-house with natural essential oils.

    • Algae Extract: Film-forming agent rich in trace minerals and vitamins B and C. Firms skin.

    • Algin: Seaweed derivative. Thickening and gel-forming properties.

    • Aloe Barbadensis (Aloe Vera) Extract: Moisturizes and helps maintain moisture balance. Stimulates blood circulation, tightens and rejuvenates skin. Fights infection and promotes the skin's self-healing response. Soothes sunburn and other irritations.

    • Alumina (Aluminum Oxide): Mineral coating agent with sun protection/UV filter properties.

    • Aluminium/Magnesium Hydroxide Stearate: Clay compound bound with vegetable stearic acid. Stabilizer, gel-forming agent, co-emulsifier component.

    • Aluminum Hydroxide: Stabilizer for titanium dioxide.

    • Amber Powder: Skin-conditioning mineral powder used in cosmetics.

    • Amethyst Powder: Skin-conditioning mineral powder used in cosmetics.

    • Ammonium Alum (Alum): Obtained by multiple crystallization processing of alum shale or slate, yielding crystals of great purity. Excellent deodorizing properties.

    • Ammonium Lauryl Sulfate: Anionic surfactant (sudsing agent) with good cleansing and foaming properties, readily and quickly biodegradable.

    • Ananas Sativus (Pineapple) Fruit Extract: Enzymes promote collagen synthesis and improve moisture retention.

    • Aqua (Purified Water): Solvent and moisturizer.

    • Arachis Hypogaea (Peanut) Oil: Vegetable oil rich in Vitamin E, unsaturated fatty acids and minerals. Also used to regulate product consistency.

    • Arctium Lappa (Arctium Lappa) Seed Oil: Pressed oil of the burdock fruit, rich in vitamins and unsaturated fatty acids. Skin nourishing ingredient used to promote circulation and harmonize metabolism.

    • Arctium Majus (Burdock Root) Extract: Fungicidal, bacteriostatic (retards growth and multiplication of bacteria). Strengthens hair base and roots and slows hair loss.

    • Argania Spinosa (Argan) Kernel Oil: Oil from the nut of the Argan tree with a high antioxidant content, contains more than 80% linol and oleic acids. Important in the interception of free radicals, promotes cell renewal, smoothes and silkens the skin.

    • Arginine: Amino acid contained in whole cereal grains. Plays an important role in metabolic processes, converting body wastes into less toxic substances.

    • Arnica Montana Flower (Arnica) Extract: Anti-inflammatory, improves blood circulation. Good for bruises and sore muscles.

    • Aroma (Flavor): Comprehensive INCI term for all flavorings, synthetic or natural. Logona and Sante use only pure essential oils to improve the flavor of lipsticks and dental cleansers.

    • Ascorbyl Palmitate (Vitamin C Palmitate): A fat-soluable form of ascorbic acid (Vitamin C). Anti-oxidant properties.

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    • Bambusa Arundinacea (Bamboo) Extract: Rich in cellulose. Produces a soft skin texture.

    • Bambusa Vulgaris (Bamboo) Extract: Root extract with astringent, anti-inflammatory and cooling properties. Sap extract is high in silicic acid, an important nutrient for the body, especially the skin and bones.

    • Beer: Used in hair products to increase volume of the hair.

    • Behenyl Alcohol: Fatty alcohol derivative of vegetable oils. Helps to retain moisture. Smoothes and moisturizes skin.

    • Bentonite (Green Mineral Earth): Derived from clay minerals, quartz, rock spar and carbonates, Supports even mineral balance.

    • Benzyl Alcohol: Colorless liquid, and a naturally occurring ingredient in many plants used to make essential oils, in particular “substantial” aromatic plants like Ylang-Ylang, Tuberose, Jasmine and Wallflower. Benzyl alcohol may also be added to products as a preservative.

    • Benzyl Benzoate: Ingredient found in essential oils (mainly Cinammon, Jasmine and Ylang-Ylang).

    • Benzyl Cinnamate: Ingredient of essential oils mainly contained in resins.

    • Benzyl Salicylate: Ingredient found in essential oils (mainly Ylang-Ylang).

    • Beta Carotene: Excellent antioxidant that neutralizes free radicals. High in Vitamin A. Promotes healthy skin, helps protect cells and improves immune responses.

    • Beta Vulgaris (Beetroot): Dried, powdered root used in Logona and Sante hair colors

    • Betaine: Obtained from sugar beets. Hair conditioner and volumizer. Reduces irritation, moisturizes. Not to be confused with the surfactant Cocamidobetaine.

    • Betula Alba (Birch Leaf) Extract: Extract of birch tree leaves. Used to heal wounds and improve complexion. Also used as a colorant.

    • Bisabolol: Active ingredient of chamomile. Soothes irritated, inflamed skin and fights infection.

    • Brassica Campestris/Aleurites Fordi Oil Copolymer: Blend of two plant oils, Rapeseed (Canola) and Tung Nut. Excellent film-forming and moisturizing properties.

    • Brassica Campestris/Sterols: Phytosterol obtained from Rapeseed (Canola) oil. Used to improve product consistency.

    • Brassica Oleracea Italica (Broccoli) Seed Oil: Mild, odorless oil used in skin and hair care products. Improves shine of the hair

    • Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea Butter): Fatty acid glyceride obtained from the nut of the African Shea, or Karite, tree. Emollient supplies rich oil into skin tissue, improving its elasticity. Softens and protects dry, damaged skin.

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    • Caffeine: A purine alkaloid and a stimulant. Stimulates and energizes the skin when used in skin care products.

    • Calcium Carbonate: Tiny chalk particles used in dental gels and toothpastes to improve cleansing.

    • Calendula Officinalis (Calendula) Extract: Extract from marigold blossoms with antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties. Heals, soothes and regenerates skin.

    • Camellia Oleifera (Thea Sinensis) Extract: Green tea extract with antibacterial and antioxidant properties. Soothes skin, helps retard tooth decay.

    • Camellia Sinensis (Green Tea) Leaf Extract: Extract of leaves of Thea sinesis.

    • Canola Oil: Made from rapeseed. Contains many unsaturated omega fatty acids, especially beneficial for the metabolism.

    • Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride: Fatty acid ester of glycerin, caprylic and capric acids. Emollient properties smooth and moisturize skin.

    • Caprylyl/Capryl Glucoside (Fatty Alcohol Glucoside): Detergent derived from coconut oil, palm kernel oil and glucose.

    • Caprylyl/Capryl Wheat Bran/Straw Glycosides: Polyglucoside From Wheat Germ And Straw. Surfacant. Used to stabilize emulsions and increase foaming.

    • Caramel: Colorant used in foods.

    • Cardiospermum Halicacabum (Balloon Vine) Flower/Leaf/Vine Extract: Fresh plant extract, rich in phytosterols and saponins. Soothes red and stressed skin.

    • Carica Papaya Fruit Extract: Contains various enzymes, primarily Papain. Used in products to thicken and provide viscosity.

    • Carthamus Tinctorius (Safflower) Oil: Nourishes, moisturizes and smoothens skin.

    • Cassia Auriculata (Neutral Henna): Powder of henna leaves. When mixed with a liquid, forms a paste that coats and protects hair and increases shine.

    • Cellulose Gum: Gel-forming substance used to thicken products.

    • Centaurea Cyanus Flower (Cornflower) Extract: Rich in polysaccharides. Anti-inflammatory properties. Soothes and moisturizes.

    • Centella Asiatica (Tiger Grass) Extract: Indian Pennywort. Consolidates connective tissue, tightens skin and heals wounds.

    • Cera Alba (Beeswax): Regulates consistency of products, smoothes and moisturizes skin.

    • Cetearyl Alcohol: Fatty alcohol blend of cetyl and stearyl alcohols. Stabilizes emulsion and regulates consistency. Helps skin to retain moisture. Smoothing properties.

    • Cetearyl Glucoside: Fatty acid. Functions as a mild, skin-friendly emulsifier for oil-in-water emulsions.

    • Cetearyl Olivate: Ester of cetearyl from olive oil fatty acids. Emulsifier with moisturizing properties. Makes the skin feel smooth and luxuriously silky.

    • Cetyl Alcohol: Fatty alcohol obtained from the saponification of suitable vegetable oils and the resulting fatty acids produced. Stabilizes emulsion and regulates consistency.

    • Cetyl Ricinoleate: Fatty alcohol ester of cetyl alcohol and ricinic acid (fatty acid of castor oil) that moisturizes skin and regulates product consistency.

    • Chamomilla Recutita (Chamomile) Extract: Antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties. Soothes skin and improve skin complexion, to heal wounds and fight infection. .

    • Chitosan: Film-forming agent. Strengthens hair.

    • Chondrus Crispus (Carrageenan) Extract: Polysaccharide extracted from seaweed (carrageen). Used as a stabilizer, thickener.

    • CI 15850: Colorant (red) used in nail polish.

    • CI 15880: Colorant (red) used in nail polish.

    • CI 19140: Colorant (yellow) used in nail polish.

    • CI 42051: Colorant (blue) used in cosmetics.

    • CI 42090: Colorant (blue) used in cosmetics and hair color.

    • CI 60725: Colorant (purple) used in nail polish.

    • CI 75120 (Annatto): Natural carotenoid used in cosmetics.

    • CI 75470 (Carmine): Insect-derrived (red) pigment from the Cochenille louse (beetle) native to Central and South America.

    • CI 75810 (Chlorophyllinim Cupreum): Plant-derived colorant (green) used in cosmetics.

    • CI 75815: Green coloring (potassium sodium copper chlorophyllin)

    • CI 77007 (Ultramarine): Mineral-derived colorant used in cosmetics.

    • CI 77163: Mineral-derived colorant used in cosmetics.

    • CI 77268:1: Plant-derived colorant used in cosmetics.

    • CI 77288 (Chromoxide): Mineral-derived colorant (green) used in cosmetics.

    • CI 77289 (Chromhydroxide): Mineral-derived colorant (green) used in cosmetics.

    • CI 77491 (Iron Oxide): Mineral-derived colorant (brown) used in cosmetics.

    • CI 77492 (Iron Hydroxide): Mineral-derived colorant (brown) used in cosmetics.

    • CI 77499 (Iron Oxide): Mineral-derived colorant (brown) used in cosmetics.

    • CI 77510 (Iron Cyanide): Mineral-derived colorant (Prussian Blue) used in cosmetics.

    • CI 77742 (Ammonium Manganese Phosphate): Mineral-derived colorant (violet) used in cosmetics.

    • CI 77891 (Titanium Dioxide): Mineral-derived colorant (white) used in cosmetics and sunscreens.

    • Cimicifuga Racemosa Root (Black Cohosh) Extract: Astringent and anti-inflammatory properties. Used to control sebum.

    • Cinnamic Acid: An organic acid found in essential oils.

    • Cistus Incanus (Cistus) Extract: Antiseptic and antibacterial properties. Helps clear complexion. Traditional folk remedy for skin and dental problems.

    • Citral: An oil found in several plants, including

    • Citric Acid: pH regulator produced from sugar cane.

    • Citronellol: Found in citronella oil and the oils of rose and geraniums.

    • Citrus Aurantifolia Oil: Essential oil derived from key limes.

    • Citrus Grandis Oil: Essential oil derived from pomelos (Chinese Grapefruit).

    • Citrus Limonum Oil: Essential oil derived from lemons.

    • Citrus Medica Limonum Oil: Essential oil derived from lemons.

    • Citrus Nobilis Oil: Essential oil derived from Mandarin oranges, used for fragrance.

    • Coco Caprylate: Ester of fatty alcohol of coconut. Makes the skin soft and supple.

    • Coco Glucoside: Anionic surfactant, very mild and skin-friendly, obtained from coconut oil and fruit sugar. Used in hair care products to smooth hair structure to improve manageability.

    • Cocoglycerides (Coconut Fatty Acid Triglyceride): Texturizing properties. Improves the feeling of the skin.

    • Coconut Acid: Fatty acid obtained from splitting coconut oil into glycerin and fatty acids. Used as an emulsifer constituent.

    • Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Oil: Rich extract pressed from the nut of the coco palm, used in skin and hair care products.

    • Coffea Arabica (Coffee Bean) Extract: Ground fruit of the coffee plant, used as a colorant in Logona hair colors.

    • Commiphora Abyssinica (Myrrh) Extract: Aromatic gum resin with astringent, antiseptic, and anti-inflammatory properties.

    • Copernica Cerifera (Carnauba) Wax: From the Carnauba palm. Protects the skin. Used as a texturizing agent in creams.

    • Coumarin: A compound found in many plants. Used as a fragrance enhancer.

    • Crithmum Maritimum (Samphire) Extract: Rock Samphire or Marine Fennel, native to beaches and coastal cliffs. Rich in phyto-estrogens and saturated and unsaturated fatty acids and antioxidants. Stimulates cell renewal and strengthens the epidermis.

    • Curcuma Longa (Turmeric Powder): Powdered curcuma root, used as a colorant in Logona hair colors.

    • Cyperus Esculentus (Earth Almond Or Tiger Nut) Root Oil: Obtained from the fatty matter in the tuberous roots of the earth almond. High unsaturated fatty acid content. Makes skin smooth and supple, contains valuable energy ingredients.

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    • Daucus Carota Sativa Root (Carrot) Extract: Improves the elasticity of the skin. Regenerates and helps treat dry and rough skin conditions.

    • Dehydroxanthan Gum (Xanthan): Modified xanthan gum is a metabolic product from Xanthomonas campestris, a by-product of the fermentation of sugar (obtained from non-genetically-modified micro-organisms). Used as a thickener and gelling agent. Makes the skin feel especially pleasant, soft and supple.

    • Dextrin: Obtained from starch. Used as a carrier substance for coloring

    • Dihydroxyacetone: Obtained from plant glycerin by enzymatic action. Stimulates the tanning process in the outer layers of the skin.

    • Dipalmitoyl Hydroxiproline: Amino acid derivative. Has an antistatic effect

    • Dipotassium Glycyrrhizate (Licorice Root): Hypoallergenic anti-inflammatory that intercepts free radicals and improves the skin’s defenses. Soothes the skin.

    • Disodium Cocoyl Glutamate: Modified amino acid. Functions as an extremely mild and gentle sudsing surfactant.

    • Distarch Phosphate (Corn Starch): Stabilizes emulsions and improves matt qualities. Leaves the skin feeling pleasant and silky-smooth.

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    • Echinacea Pallida (Echinacea) Extract: Extract of echinacea root,leaves and plant tissue. Normalizes sebaceous gland functions, responsible for the skin’s oil production. Heals wounds, fights infection.

    • Elaeis Guineensis (Palm Oil): Obtained from the flesh and kernels of the oil palm. Cultivated in Colombia. Rich in diglycerides and triglycerides, cares for the skin.

    • Equisetum Arvense (Horsetail) Extract: Extract containing a large amount of silica, which strengthens hair and nails and increases the formation of white blood cells.

    • Erythrulose: Carbohydrate, produced by fermentation Used as a tanning agent.

    • Esculin (Aesculin): Plant agent from horse chestnut. Absorption filter for ultra violet light. Narrows capillaries, anti-cellulite agent.

    • Ethyl Acetate: A solvent used as an ingredient in nail polish remover.

    • Ethyl Lactate: Ethyl ester of natural lactic acid derived by the fermentation of sugar. Used as a solvent in nail varnish remover.

    • Eugenia Caryophyllus (Clove) Oil: Essential oil of cloves. Used for its antiseptic, disinfecting and aromatic properties.

    • Eugenol: Component of essential oils

    • Euphorbia Cerifera (Candelilla) Wax: Vegetable wax from from the euphorbia plant.

    • Euphrasia Officianalis (Eyebright) Extract: Soothing, antiseptic extract for inflamed, irritated skin. Traditional herbal remedy to care for the eyes. Moisturising and smoothing. Also used as a thickener.

    • Euterpe Oleracea Fruit (Acai Berry) Oil: The acai berry is one of the most nutrient-rich foods in the world. Acai berries are rich in vitamins A and C, as well as minerals, and possess antioxidant properties. (Contains 10x more polyphenols than red grapes!)

    • Euterpe Oleracea Pulp Powder (Acai Berry) Extract: The acai berry is one of the most nutrient-rich foods in the world. Acai berries are rich in vitamins A and C, as well as minerals, and possess antioxidant properties. (Contains 10x more polyphenols than red grapes!)

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    • Farnesol: Naturally occuring, bacteriostatic alcohol used in deodorants. Unlike conventional bactericides, farnesol's antibacterial effect is limited to those cultures that break down perspiration - the principal activity producing body odor. All other skin flora remains largely unaffected. Also inhibits bacteria associated with acne.

    • Frangula Almus (Buckthorn Bark): Ground bark of Rhamnus purshiana.A plant-based hair coloring, adds shine.

    • Fructose: Monosaccharide, carbohydrate

    • Fucus Vesiculosus (Algae) Extract: A widely distributed seaweed from the brown algae family. Use

    • Fusel Wheat Bran/Straw Glycosides: Obtained from fusel wheat oils and hydrolyzed wheat straw and wheat bran. Used as an emulsifier and solubilizing agent.

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    • Galactoarabinan: Polysaccharide film-forming agent that helps stabilize emulsions.

    • Geraniol: Main component of essential rose oils

    • Ginkgo Biloba Leaf Extract: Improves the circulation of tissues and activates cell metabolism. Tightens and strengthens the skin.

    • Glucose: Simple sugar (monosaccharide) which binds water on skin. Also a common solvent component.

    • Glucose Glutamate: Skin soothing, moisture retaining, protective compound that gives hair added volume.

    • Glycerin: Also known as glycerol, glycerin is the simplest trivalent alcohol, a building block of all vegetable oils, that both moisturizes the skin and serves to retain skin's moisture.

    • Glyceryl Caprylate: Ester of carbonic acid and glycerin, used as moisturizer.

    • Glyceryl Citrate/Lactate/Lineolate/Oleate Glycerin: Lactic acid ester. Used as an Emulsifier.

    • Glyceryl Dioleate: Oily component of soy and palm oils that softens and smoothens skin texture, and improves product consistency.

    • Glyceryl Lactate: Ester of lactic acid and glycerin, used as emulsifier.

    • Glyceryl Laurate: Ester of glycerin

    • Glyceryl Oleate: Fatty acids with a glycerin base.Used as ingredient of cleansing products.

    • Glyceryl Oleate Citrate: Citric acid ester. Emulsifier on a natural raw material basis, is also used in food.

    • Glyceryl Ricinoleate: Fatty acid ester. Provides consistency in felt pens.

    • Glyceryl Stearate: Ester of stearic acid and glycerin. Used as humectant (moisture retainer), skin conditioner, and moisturizer.

    • Glyceryl Stearate Citrate: Ester of stearic and citric acids and glycerin. Used as emulsifier, humectant (moisture retainer), and moisturizer.

    • Glycine Soja (Soybean) Oil: Oil of GMO-free soy beans. Used primarily to transport oil-soluble active ingredients.

    • Glycine Soja (Soybean) Germ Extract: Soya isoflavone extract. Natural soya proteins that contain glycosides, phytochemicals and minerals. Used to protect skin cells.

    • Gossypium Herbaceum (Cotton) Extract: Cotton honeydew extract. Patented active ingredient containing 7 sugar types that strengthen the skin’s barrier function.

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    • Hamamelis Virginiana (Witch Hazel) Extract: Botanical extract that tightens the skin, improves complexion and inhibits infection.

    • Hectorite: Clay compound that forms a gel texture. Stabilizes and thickens product emulsions. Traditional surfactant-free cleanser for hair and skin.

    • Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower Seed) Oil: Very fatty oil, pressed from sunflower seeds. Smoothens skin texture and moisturizes deeply.

    • Hibiscus Sabdariffa (Hibiscus) Powder: Ground hibiscus blossom powder used as a colorant in hair colors.

    • Hippophae Rhamnoides (Seabuckthorn) Extract: Extract of the fruits and seeds of the sea buckthorn bush. Soothes and heals irritated, wounded skin and inhibits infection.

    • Humulus Lupulus (Hops) Extract: Extract of hops flowers. Relaxes and soothes skin. Also inhibits infection processes.

    • Hydrated Silica: Used as thickener, stabilizer, and cleansing particulate.

    • Hydrogenated Castor Oil: Regulates product viscosity and provides consistency. Moisturizes the skin.

    • Hydrogenated Coco Glycerides: Fatty particles with lightly emulsifying properties. Used to improve product consistency. Binds moisture on skin surface.

    • Hydrogenated Coconut Oil: Texturizing agent in cosmetic pencils.

    • Hydrogenated Lecithin: Obtained from GM-free soy lecithin. Used to emulsify products and to smooth skin texture.

    • Hydrogenated Palm Glycerides: Wax used to improve product consistency.

    • Hydrogenated Palm Glycerides Citrate: Emulsifier manufactured from plant fat and citric acid.

    • Hydrogenated Palm Kernel Glycerides: Wax used to improve product consistency.

    • Hydrogenated Palm Oil: Consistency agent for cosmetic pencils.

    • Hydrogenated Vegetable Oil: Consistency agent for cosmetic pencils. softens and smoothens skin texture.

    • Hydrolyzed Milk Protein: Combination of various amino acids. Hygroscopic. Cares for the skin.

    • Hydrolyzed Rhizobian Gum: Obtained from the fine hair roots of wheat. Has a skin smoothing and firming effect.

    • Hydrolyzed Silk: Silk protein obtained from silk worm cocoons. A film-forming agent used to care for dry, damaged hair. Binds moisture, increases hair volume, and improves its manageability and overall structure.

    • Hydrolyzed Wheat Protein: Film-forming agent that retains water Promotes healing processes, tightens skin and improves hair manageability.

    • Hydroxypropyl Chitosan: Natural polysaccharide film-forming agent. Strengthens hair structure.

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    • Indigofera Argentea (Henna Powder, Black): Ground leaves from the Indigofera argentea.Used in herbal hair colors. provides shine.

    • Indigofera Tinctoria: Ground leaves of the indigo plant. Serves as the principle colorant in the Henna Black hair color

    • Inulin (Oligofructose): A blend of polysaccharides derived from chicory root. A very effective hair conditioner.

    • Isoamyl Laurate: Lauric acid ester. Made from coconut oil and sugar beet. Spreads easily and leaves skin feeling soft and velvety.

    • Isoeugenol: Component of essential oils, contained in basil, cassia and ylang oil.

    • Isopropyl Alcohol.: Solvent. Plays an important role in the drying time of nail varnish.

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    • Jasminum Sambac (Jasmine) Wax: A blossom wax obtained from jasmine oil.Provides product consistency and is also a nutrient.

    • Jojoba Esters: Abrasive particulates used in facial and body scrubs.

    • Juglans Regia (Walnut) Shell Powder And Extract: Walnut skins and ground walnut shells. Used in hair color as a color intensifier.

    • Juniperus Oxicedrus (Juniper) Oil: Essential oil with longstanding herbal tradition as an anti-dandruff agent.

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    • Kaolin (Porcelain Clay): Kaolin is a fine, iron-free white clay. Used for cleansing and absorbing.

    • Krameria Triandra: Ground root of the rhatany bush. Colorant in hair colors.

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    • Lactic Acid: Non-dairy, Produced without genetically modified organisms. Used to regulate pH.

    • Lanolin: Natural moisturizing agent separated from the wool of sheep in numerous cleansing stages. Used as an emulsifier and to retain moisture. Softens and moisturizes the skin.

    • Lanolin Alcohol: Highly-refined fatty alcohol emollient obtained from lanolin. Rich in skin-softening cholesterol. Used to emulsify, moisturize and soften skin.

    • Lauric Acid: Fatty acid of coconut oil. Emulsifier component and consistency agent.

    • Lauroyl Lysine: Water-repellent. used as emulsion stabilizer in creams and as an ingredient in powder, makes the skin supple, soft and smooth.

    • Lauryl Glucoside: Sugar emulsifier and anionic surfactant. Very gentle, mildly foaming sudsing agent.

    • Lauryl Lactate: Ester of lactic acid and lauryl alcohol. Used as emulsifier and solvent. Makes skin soft and supple. Improves spreading texture of creams.

    • Lauryl Pca: Lauryl pyrrolidone ester. Moisture-retaining. cares for the skin.

    • Lawsonia Inermis (Henna) Powder: Ground leaves of the henna shrub. Principal red colorant in hair colors.

    • Lecithin: Obtained from GM-free soy beans. Used as emulsifier and as an emollient to soften and improve skin texture.

    • Levulinic Acid (Levulinic Acid): Organic acid manufactured from fructose. Sustains fragrance.

    • Lilium Candidum Flower (Madonna Lily) Extract: From white madonna lily blossom. Moisturizing.

    • Limonene: Component of almost all essential oils.

    • Linalool: Component of almost all essential oils.

    • Lupinus Albus Seed (Lupin) Oil: Rich in proteins, amino acids and flavonoids. Antioxidant and radical quencher.

    • Lycium Barbarum Fruit (Goji Berry) Extract: Used for 3,000 years in Chinese medicine for its stimulating and regenerative properties. Rich in vitamins (C, A, B1, B2 etc.) and minerals such as iron, magnesium, calcium. Antioxidant. Protects cells. Moisturizing, revitalizing and invigorating

    • Lysolecithin (Soy Lecithin): Lecithins are constituents in the cell membranes of plant material and are used as a natural emulsifier.

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    • Macadamia Ternifolia: Very light oil with a high fraction of palmitoleic acid. Helps maintain the acid mantle of the skin and keeps the skin supple and soft.

    • Magnesium Aluminium Silicate: Also known as kaolin. Thickens and stabilize product formulations giving them a smooth texture.

    • Magnesium Silicate: Silicic acid. Used as a binding agent.

    • Magnesium Stearate: Mineral powder. Ingredient of powder based products.

    • Magnesium Sulfate (Epsom Salt): Used as a stabilizer for emulsions.

    • Magnolia Liliflora Flower (Magnolia Blossom) Extract: Used in Chinese medicine. Anti-inflammatory and anti-irritant properties.

    • Maltodextrin: Carbohydrate used as a controlling agent for various botanical extracts.

    • Malva Sylvestris (Mallow) Extract: Extract of mallow blossoms. Reported to have anti-inflammatory properties. Used to soothe skin and improve complexion.

    • Mangifera Indica (Mango) Fruit Extract/Butter: Fat from the mango stone. Plant-based tanning agent.

    • Maris Sal (Sea Salt): Thickening agent and cleansing particulate.

    • Mel (Honey): Shine enhancer in hair care products.

    • Melaleuca Alternifolia (Tea Tree) Oil: Essential oil obtained from the tea tree. Has antiseptic and antimicrobial properties.

    • Melia Azadirachta (Neem) Extract: Extract of neem tree leaves. Used in hair care products for its antimicrobial properties and to maintain the overall health of the scalp.

    • Melilotus Officinalis (Yellow Sweet Clover): Stimulates circulation and stems infection processes.

    • Melissa Officinalis (Balm Mint) Extract: Extract of lemon balm leaves. Reported to possess antibacterial and antiviral properties. Balances skin condition, soothes irritations and supports would healing.

    • Mentha Piperita (Peppermint) Extract: Extract used to stimulate circulation, aid digestion, reduce cramps and spasms and to provide refreshing fragrance/aroma.

    • Menthol: Main constituent of peppermint essential oil. Refreshes and cools.

    • Mica: Component in cosmetic powders which reflects UV radiation on skin surface.

    • Montmorillonite: Mineral clay. White mineral powder that removes grease and dirt from the surface of the skin. For intensive, gentle skin cleansing.

    • Moringa Pterygosperma Seed (Moringa Seed) Extract: Micro-protein from the seeds of the moringa tree (horseradish tree). Protects the hair from UV rays and repels dirt and impurities.

    • Mourera Fluviatilis: Aquatic Amazonian plant whose extract helps repair the cutaneous (skin) barrier. Moisturizes and preserves skin balance.

    • Myrica Cerifera (Bayberry) Wax: Wax obtained from boiling the berries of the bayberry shrub. Many traditional uses, from candlemaking to herbal medicinal. Used by to improve product texture.

    • Myristic Acid: Fatty acid produced by splitting palm nut or coconut. Used to stabilize emulsions.

    • Myristyl Lactate: Ester of myristyl alcohol and lactic acid. Mmakes the skin soft and supple, retains moisture, and tightens skin texture. Also reduces the stickiness of other fatty components.

    • Myristyl Myristate: Emollient. Fatty wax used in skin-care and cosmetic pencils

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    • Nelumbo Nucifera Flower (Lotus Bloom) Extract: Lotus is traditionally used in Asian naturopathy. Important ingredients of the Lotus are Aspargin (amino acids), Nelumbin and starch. Due to its astringent qualities the extract refines the skin’s surface.

    • Nitrocellulose: Film-forming product used in nail varnishes.

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    • Oenothera Biennis (Evening Primrose) Oil: Obtained from the seeds of the evening primrose. Contains about 85% unsaturated Omega 6 fatty acids, essential to good skin heath. These essential fatty acids are building blocks of phospholipids, and play a decisive role in maintaining the proper function of cell membranes. Stimulates circulation.

    • Olea Europaea (Olive) Leaf Extract: Rich in bio-flavonoids. Effective interceptor of free radicals

    • Olea Europaea (Olive) Oil: Emollient that penetrates skin readily to moisturize, soothe and soften skin.

    • Olus: Vegetable oil or vegetable oil component

    • Oryzanol (Gamma Oryzanol): A vegetable fat (phytosterol) obtained from rice with antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.

    • Oxycoccus Palustris (Cranberry) Seed Oil: Rich in vitamins, flavonoids and minerals. Has antibacterial properties and is a very effective interceptor of free radicals.

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    • Palmitic Acid: A component of many natural waxes and oils. Used as texturing agent and emulsifier.

    • Palmitic Acid: Component of many natural waxes and oils. Emulsifies and improves product consistency.

    • Panax Ginseng (Ginseng) Extract: Extract of the root of the ginseng plant. promotes circulation within skin tissues and reinforces healthy metabolic processes.

    • P-Anisic Acid (Anisic Acid): organic acid. Naturally present in aniseed oil. Sustains fragrance.

    • Panthenol: Provitamin B5 is a stable form of panthotenic acid. Essential for skin to function normally. Promotes skin renewal and the skin’s regenerative capacity after injury. Makes the skin feel velvety and soft. Used in hair care for its restructuring and moisturizing effect. Strengthens hair.

    • Parfum: Universal INCI term to designate ALL fragrance materials, whether natural or synthetic. We only use essential oils as fragrance components.

    • Passiflora Incarnata Seed Oil: Triglyceride extracted from passionflower oil. Has a moisturizing and smoothing effect.

    • Pca: Cationic amino acid found in human skin. Principal function is to protecting skin from drying. Added PCA binds water, improves skin elasticity and increases suppleness.

    • Pca Ethyl Cocoyl Arginate: Derivative of pyrrolidone carbonic acid. Used for its anti-static and anti-microbial properties.

    • Pca Glyceryl Oleate: Emollient, used in skin and hair care products.

    • Persea Gratissima (Avocado) Oil: Rich oil obtained from the avocado fruit. Consists of about 85% unsaturated fatty acid glycerides. Also contains vitamins A and E, squalene and lecithin. Penetrates skin easily and reinforces skin’s protective functions.

    • Phytic Acid: Natural chelating agent. Used to improve sudsing in hard water by binding calcium and magnesium ions. Also regulates pH.

    • Pimpinella Anisum (Anise) Oil: Essential anise oil, used for its antiseptic, antimicrobial properties. Also used as a flavoring agent.

    • Pogostemon Cablin (Patchouli) Oil: Essential oil extracted from the dried leaves and shoots of the bushy plant. Possesses antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties to soothe, heal, and regenerate. Pungent, lasting, sensual aroma.

    • Polyglyceryl-10 Dipolyhydroxystearate: Polyglycerol ester of fatty acids. Emulsifier.

    • Polyglyceryl-10 Laurate (Glyceryl Monolaurat): Maintains the skin’s natural moisture and leaves behind a pleasant feeling on the skin. Oil in water-emulsifier and solubilizing agent.

    • Polyglyceryl-2 Dipolyhydroxystearate: Polyglycerol ester of fatty acids. Emulsifier.

    • Polyglyceryl-3 Dicitrate/Stearate: Polyglycerol ester/citric acid ester. Vegetable emulsifier .

    • Polyglyceryl-3 Palmitate: Obtained from glycerin and palm oil fatty acids. Used as emulsifier in oil-in-water emulsions.

    • Polyglyceryl-3 Palmitate (Triglyceryl–Monopalmitate): Effective emulsifier.

    • Polyglyceryl-3 Polyricinoleate: Polyglycerin ester of ricinic acid. Emulsifier.

    • Polyglyceryl-3 Stearate: Triglyceryl monostearate. Vegetable emulsifier.

    • Polyglyceryl-5 Oleate: Polyglycerol ester with oleic acid. Emulsifier and solubilizing agent.

    • Polyglyceryl-6 Caprylate: Polyglycerol ester with caprylic acid. Non-ionic surfactant. Its excellent wetting properties mean that moisture is effectively absorbed.

    • Polyglyceryl-6 Dicaprate: Polyglycerin ester of capric acid, used as anionic surfactant and solvent.

    • Polygonum Fagopyrum (Buckweat) Seed Extract/Wax Extract: Buckwheat is a gluten-free cereal containing phytosterols and rutin. Strengthens and invigorates tissues. Reduces the appearance of dark circles round the eyes.

    • Populus Nigra (Poplar Bud) Extract: Refines skin texture, retains moisture, fights infection, encourages wound healing.

    • Potassium Alum  Potash Alum: Layer-hardening substance, nail-hardening substance.

    • Potassium Cetyl Phosphate: pH-neutral emulsifier, especially mild on the skin.

    • Potassium Chloride: Mineral salt. Used in toothpaste for sensitive teeth.

    • Potassium Cocoate: Potassium salt of coconut fatty acid. Used in soap, consistency controller, co-emulsifier.

    • Potassium Hydroxide: pH-value regulator in shaving foam.

    • Potassium Silicate: Also known as Water Glass. Emulsion stabilizer.

    • Potassium Sorbate: Potassium salt of sorbic acids. Can be found naturally in the unripe fruits of the Rowan tree. Is approved as a preservative for food,

    • Propolis Cera (Propolis) Wax: Resinous gum collected by bees from plant buds and bark. Normally dissolved in tincture. Natural preservative with antibacterial and wound healing properties.

    • Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis (Sweet Almond) Oil: Smoothens and cares for the skin. Very easily absorbed.

    • Prunus Armeniaca (Apricot) Kernel Oil: A pressed fat oil from the fruit seeds of natural apricots, with a light characteristic fragrance. Due to its fatty acid composition it is often used in cosmetic products.

    • Prunus Avium (Sweet Cherry) Flower/Blossom Extract: Delicate perfume of cherry blossom.

    • Prunus Cerasus (Bitter Cherry) Fruit Extract: Obtained from the whole fruit. Rich in sugar, fruit acids and vitamins C and E. Promotes moisture retention. Revitalizing and fortifying.

    • Prunus Domestica Fruit (Plum) Extract: Contains sugar and fruit acids such as carotene and vitamins. Makes the skin soft and supple.

    • Prunus Persica (Peach) Kernel Oil: Oil obtained from pressed peach stones. Mild and easily tolerated. Smoothens and cares for the skin.

    • Punica Granatum (Oily Pomegranate) Seed Extract: The precious oil from pomegranate seeds contains beta-carotene, minerals and many flavonoids and essential fatty acids. The unique fatty acid spectrum of the pomegranate seed acts as an interceptor of damaging free radicals.Effective in reducing wrinkles and smoothing the skin.

    • Pyrus Cydonia Seed (Quince) Seed Extract: Polysaccharides from quince seeds. Anti-inflammatory. Smoothens the skin.

    • Pyrus Malus (Apple) Seed Extract: Ingredient obtained from apple seeds. Very effective in fighting wrinkles.

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    • Quartz Powder: Mineral powder. Skin-conditioning additive in cosmetic products.

    • Quercus Robur Bark Extract: Rich in tannins. Astringent with anti-inflammatory effect.

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    • Rhamnus Frangula (Cascara) Powder: Finely ground bark of buckthorn. Used as a colorant in hair colors.

    • Rheum Undulatum (Rhubarb Root): Ground roots of Rheum rhaponticum L. Provides shine in herbal hair colors.

    • Rhus Succedanea: Wax from the fruits of various anarcadia plants. Adds texture in cosmetic pencils.

    • Rhus Verniciflua Peel Wax: Soft, semi transparent wax from the fruit of a type of Asiatic berry.

    • Ricinus Communis (Castorl) Oil: Hydrophilic oil from the seeds of the castor bean plant. Used primarily to improve consistency of cosmetic pencils.

    • Rosa Canina (Rose Hips) Oil: Wild rose oil, pressed from rose hip seeds. Rich in unsaturated fatty acids. Improves skin complexion and promotes healing processes.

    • Rosa Centifolia (Rose) Extract: Extract from the blossoms of the centifolia rose. Improves skin complexion and structure. Soothes and balances, clarifies and refreshes skin.

    • Rosa Damascena Flower (Damask Rose) Extract: From the buds of the fragrant damask rose. Only the plucked petals are used to derive this extract. Has a soothing, anti-inflammatory and healing effect. Retains moisture. Freshens and cleanses the skin.

    • Rosa Damascena Flower (Damask Rose) Water: Soothing, anti-inflammatory and healing effect. Retains moisture. Freshens and cleanses the skin.

    • Rosmarinus Officinalis (Rosemary) Extract: Extract from rosemary leaves and blossoms. Antibacterial properties clarify the skin. Regulates sebaceous glands and promotes circulation.

    • Royal Jelly: Food of the queen honey bee. Rich in amino acids., vitamins and trace minerals. Accelerates the oxygen uptake of skin tissue, and improves metabolism.

    • Rubus Idaeus (Raspberry) Fruit Extract: Contains malic acid and citric acid, fructose and vitamins. Strengthens and stimulates the skin. Also used as a conditioner.

    • Rumex Acetosa (Common Sorrel) Extract: Extract from the above-ground portion of the sorrel plant. Has antiseptic and slightly astringent properties.

    • Ruscus Aculeatus (Butcher’S Broom Or Knee Holly) Extract: Astringent and anti-inflammatory. Constricts capillaries. Venotonic effects.

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    • Salix Alba (Willow Bark) Extract: Antiseptic extract containing salicin. Has an astringent effect and improves complexion.

    • Salvia Officinalis (Sage) Extract: Extract from sage leaves. Antibacterial and infection-slowing. Improves complexion and slows perspiration.

    • Salvia Triloba (Sage) Extract: Extract from sage leaves Antibacterial and infection-slowing. Improves complexion and slows perspiration.

    • Sambucus Nigra (Sambucus) Powder: Dried and ground fruit of Sambucus nigra. Adds color.

    • Sambucus Nigra Fruit (Elderberry) Extract: Natural spray dried fruit extract from the juice of elderberries. Contains lots of valuable plant ingredients.

    • Schizandra Chinensis Fruit (Strawberry Tree Or Chinese Lime Tree) Extract: The red berries hang in long bunches and are harvested in September/October. The pink blossom exudes a fragrant perfume. One of the most important traditional plants in China, where it has been known as a medicinal plant for over 2,000 years. Rich in essential oils and lignans (important phytochemicals). In skin-care, its ingredients have a strengthening, invigorating, revitalizing and toning effect.

    • Sclerocarya Berrea Seed (Marula) Oil: Plum-like stone fruit. The stable, high-quality oil is obtained from the pressed stones. The oil contains many times the vitamin C of oranges, a high level of saturated fatty acids, vitamin E and oleic acid. Strengthens the lipid layer, is easily absorbed and is used to restore oils to dry and chapped skin.

    • Serine: Non-essential amino acid contained in most proteins, and required for fat metabolism, tissue growth, and immune system. Used in cosmetics as moisturizer.

    • Sesamum Indicum (Sesame) Oil: Skin nourishing oil that smoothens and restores moisture to cleansed skin.

    • Shellac: Elastic, resinous, film-forming, bonding agent produced by the secretion of a beetle. Diluted in alcohol and used in many applications to provide adhesion.

    • Silica: Natural, finely-ground mineral. Used as cleansing particulates in scrub cleansers and as gel forming agent in fluids.

    • Silver Oxide: Ingredient in mica-based colorants.

    • Simmondsia Chinensis (Buxus Chinensis): Natural, fluid wax of the desert shrub Buxus chinensis. Rich in unsaturated fatty acids, Vitamin E and trace minerals. Penetrates skin readily. Non-allergenic. Moisturizes and softens.

    • Sodium Anisate: Salt of anisic acid. Naturally present in anise oil. Sustains fragrance.

    • Sodium Bicarbonate: Adjusts and regulates pH level and serves as abrasive agent.

    • Sodium Cetearyl Sulfate: Sulfated fatty alcohol used as emulsifier.

    • Sodium Chloride: Common salt, used to stabilize product viscosity.

    • Sodium Citrate: Sodium salt of citric acid. Used to regulate pH level.

    • Sodium Coco Sulfate: Coconut oil based surfactant. Fatty alcohol sulfate. Good viscosity qualities. Helps to replace oils and leaves skin and hair feeling well cared for.

    • Sodium Cocoate: Sodium salt of coconut fatty acid. Used as emulsifier and lightly sudsing surfactant.

    • Sodium Cocoyl Glutamate: Extremely mild, gently sudsing surfactant obtained from the amino acid glutamic acid and coconut fatty acid.

    • Sodium Hyaluronate (Hyaluronic Acid): Mucopolysaccharide found highly concentrated in soft connective tissue and in skin tissue. Binds water strongly and slows skin drying, even in areas of low humidity. Non-allergenic and non-irritating.

    • Sodium Hydroxide (Natrium Hydroxide): Used for pH-value regulation

    • Sodium Lactate: Mositure retaining sodium salt of lactic acid.

    • Sodium Lauroyl Sarcosinate: Gentle, richly-sudsing, anionic surfactant.

    • Sodium Lauryl Sulfoacetate: Surfactant. Mild anionic cleansing substance obtained from coconut oil. Foams well.

    • Sodium Levulinate: Levulinic acid salt. Organic acid, obtained from fructose. Sustains.

    • Sodium Palm Kernelate: Fatty acids of palm kernel oil Sodium salt of palmitic acid obtained from palm kernel oil. Consistency regulator. Ingredient in soap.

    • Sodium Palmitate: Sodium salt of palmitic acid. Obtained from palm oil. Used as a soap ingredient and to regulate product consistency.

    • Sodium Pca: Sodium salt of pyrrolidone carbonic acid, enzymatically obtained from glutamic acid. Used as humectant and as anti-static agent in hair care products.

    • Sodium Stearate: Sodium salt of stearic acid. Used as emulsifier.

    • Sodium Stearoyl Glutamate: Amino acid. Emulsifier, Cares for the skin.

    • Sodium Stearoyl Lactylate: Co-emulsifier for oil-in-water emulsions. surfactant, consistency regulator, and moisturizer.

    • Sorbitan Olivate: Ester of sorbitan obtained from fatty acids of olive. Emulsifier with moisturizing properties. Makes the skin feel smooth and luxuriously soft.

    • Sorbitol: Natural alcohol easily produced by adding hydrogen to glucose. Retains moisture and smooths skin.

    • Spirulina Platensis (Blue Green Algae) Extract: Extract rich in vitamins and minerals that moisturizes, soothes, and smoothens the skin.

    • Squalane: Oil component found both in skin oil and in vegetable oils. Helps emulsion to spread well on the skin, improves texture, and feels soft to the skin.

    • Stearalkonium Bentonite: Gel-forming agent. Thickening agent. Prevents color particles in nail varnish from sinking to the bottom.

    • Stearamidopropyl Dimethylamine: Conditioner and co-emulsifier. Improves manageability, making hair easier to comb.. Improves skin texture.

    • Stearic Acid: Obtained from the saponification of vegetable oils and fats. Co-emulsifier and consistency regulator.

    • Sucrose: Water soluble sugar that moisturizes the skin.

    • Sucrose Cocoate: Sugar ester of coconut fatty acid and sucrose. Used as emulsifier.

    • Sucrose Laurate: Sugar ester obtained from starch and vegetable lauric acid. Used as emulsifier.

    • Sucrose Stearate: Sugar ester obtained from sugar beet or sugar cane. Used as emulsifier.

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    • Talc: A mineral often used as the base ingredient for makeup powders. Often found together with other minerals, talc is separated by cleaning and refining processes. Our talc is independently certified to be free of asbestos contamination.

    • Tannic Acid: Phytochemical present in tropical trees and shrubs. Has anti-inflammatory, astringent and disinfectant properties.

    • Tapioca Starch: Oil absorbing starch used to thicken products and produce a matte effect on the skin.

    • Theobroma Cacao (Cocoa) Butter: Emollient obtained from pressing roasted cocoa beans. Penetrates skin readily to moisturize and soften. Regulates product consistency.

    • Theobroma Grandiflorum (Cupuacu) Seed Butter: Obtained from Fair Trade cultivation in Brazil. Vegetable adipoid, similar to shea butter. Very kind to the skin.

    • Threonine: Essential amino acid contained in cereal proteins. An important constituent of collagen, elastin, and enamel protein.

    • Thymus Vulgaris (Thyme) Seed Butter: Essential thyme oil, with antiseptic properties. used to stimulate and release blocked air passages.

    • Tilia Cordata Flower (Lime Blossom) Extract: Enhances the complexion. Strengthens and soothes the skin.

    • Tilia Vulgaris (Linden) Extract: Extract from the blossoms of the European Linden tree. Soothes skin and improves complexion.

    • Tin Oxide: Used as an excipient.

    • Titanium Dioxide: White pigment (CI 77819) used in makeup. Also an FDA-approved sunscreen agent.

    • Tocopherol (Vitamin E): Fat soluble vitamin obtained from wheat germ oil that reinforces the antioxidative defenses of cell membranes. Helps neutralize destructive free radicals, protecting cell membranes and increasing the health and lifespan of the cells. In skin products, Vitamin E helps prevent premature ageing of the skin caused by environmental stressors, such as UV radiation, ozone, and smog. It also smoothens and softens the skin texture. As an antioxidant, it also helps preserve skin care products.

    • Tocopheryl Acetate: Ester of tocopherol and acetic acid. Used to bind free radicals, and support cell renewal and cellular oxygen metabolism.

    • Tricaprylin: Ester of caprylic acid. Binding agent for powder and cosmetics. Makes the skin feel nice.

    • Triethyl Citrate: Ester of citric acid and ethanol. Natural deodorizing active compound which reduces pH on skin surface, thereby breaking down perspiration and the unpleasant fragrance associated with it.

    • Trifolium Pratense (Flower) Extract: Especially rich in isoflavones. Has an anti-aging effect and promotes skin regeneration.

    • Triticum Vulgare (Wheat Germ) Oil: Oil pressed from wheat germ, rich in vitamins E, A, D and F. Valuable nourishing oil with regenerative properties.

    • Triticum Vulgare (Wheat Bran) Extract: Concentrated extract from wheat bran. Makes wet hair easier to comb and prevents static electricity build-up.

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    • Undecylenoyl Phenylalanine.: Amino acid. Active substance from plant raw materials (Castor oil). Prevents the appearance of age spots and has skin lightening effects.

    • Urtica Dioica (Nettle) Extract: Extract from nettle leaves. Rich in trace minerals and vitamins A and C. Anti-inflammatory. Traditional herbal remedy for dandruff and hair loss. Gives hair gloss.

    • Usnea Barbata (Old Man’S Beard) Extract: Extract of lichens found on tree bark or rock surfaces in the mountains. Used for its antimicrobial activity.

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    • Vanilla Planifolia (Vanilla Orchid) Extract: Obtained from the dried fruits (pods) of the Vanilla planfolia orchid. Soothes and smoothens the skin.

    • Verbena Officinalis (Verbena) Extract: Small shrub with delicate mauve flowers. Soothes skin irritations, softens and moisturizes.

    • Vitis Vinifera (Grape) Seed Oil: Very light oil pressed from grape seeds. Large amount of essential linol- and linolenic fatty acids. Very effective moisturizer in treating dry skin.

    • Vitis Vinifera (Grape) Fruit Extract: From the skins and seeds of red grapes. Contains “Oligomere Procyanidie,” which have a strong antioxidant effect and thus work as radical quencher.

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    • Wheat Germ Glycerides: Emollient obtained from wheat germ. Possesses a large amount of essential linol- and linolenic fatty acids. Used to emulsify product and soften skin.

    • White Tea Extract: Antibacterial, soothing to the skin, intercepts free radicals (protects against premature skin aging), protects from caries

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    • Xanthan Gum: Microbial polysaccharide produced as a metabolic byproduct of the bacteria Xanthomonas campestris. Used as thickening agent and gel forming agent. Produces a very pleasant, supple skin texture.

    • Xylitol: Naturally occurring 5-carbon sugar alcohol found in many fruits and vegetables. Clinical studies indicate this natural sweetener to resist and lower plaque and caries formation.

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    • Zea Mays (Corn Germ) Oil: Cold-pressed oil that nourishes and softens the skin.

    • Zinc Oxide: Naturally-occurring, powdered mineral LS