Caffeine - Caffeine has a potent anti-inflammatory response on the skin. Helps to dilate
blood vessels and reduce the appearance of skin dimples. Rich in anti-oxidants which
promote skin tone.
Citrus Limon Peel Oil
Citrus Limon Peel Oil - is used for a variety of skin conditions , including acne. When diluted and applied topically, it can kill bacteria that may get trapped in pores and cause breakouts. It can also clarify your skin, gently exfoliating dead skin cells that so often become trapped in
hair follicle and pores
One study found that using citrus oils on your skin in safe concentrations helps fight skin damage, and could even make your skin look younger. Citrus oils effectively rejuvenate cells
and brighten your skin. Clinical trials have proven that citrus oils are strongly anti-inflammatory.
TYPE OF INGREDIENT: Antioxidant, moisturiser, soother.
MAIN BENEFIT: Calms the skin.
WHO SHOULD USE IT: All skin types can use it but sensitive skin types are likely to benefit most since chamomile extract soothes the skin.
HOW OFTEN CAN YOU USE IT: Chamomile can be used every day.
WORKS WELL WITH: Compatible with water-based skincare products such as essences, toners, and serums.
DON'T USE WITH: There aren't any ingredients that are known to clash with chamomile.
Cistus Ladaniferus - works extremely effectively in reducing the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines as it’s astringent compounds contract the epidermis to leave skin looking more toned, lifted and youthful.
A powerful combination of anti-inflammatory and antiseptic properties make Cistus Essential Oil highly soothing for the skin. Whether your complexion is irritated by sunburn, acne or even rosacea, this potent oil sinks deep into the epidermis to calm the affected area. Skin will be left smoother and more luminous.
Clove Leaf Oil
Clove Leaf Oil – An essential oil derived from clove trees. Used for its pain relieving qualities’ and to improve circulation. It also stimulates the skin and can soothe irritations.
Cypress Oil - is commonly recommended for treating acne because it's antimicrobial. This means that applying cypress oil topically can reduce the severity of acne by killing bacteria. Remember that essential oil is extremely concentrated.
Eucalyptus Globulus - Eases breathing and improves respiratory infection, reduces pain and muscle tension, supports antimicrobial action.
Hemp Seed Oil
Hemp Seed Oil - Rich in essential fatty acids and phytonutrients. Known for its anti-inflammatory properties, supports skin’s barrier function, calms eczema and atopic dermatitis. Powerful hydrating properties and abundant antioxidants.
Jojoba – An anti-inflammatory that mimics the natural oil in our skin and won’t clog pores. Rich in vitamins E and B. Improves the overall condition of the skin and increases its immunity.
Laurel Leaf Oil
Laurel Leaf Oil - According to studies, laurel essential oil provides an analgesic and anti-inflammatory effect that is comparable to morphine and piroxicam. This essential oil can alleviate emotional and physical pain associated with muscular and joint problems due
to gout, arthritis, or rheumatism.
Lavander - Antiseptic and soothing properties. It helps to prevent infection and irritation while contributing to relaxation.
Mentha Arvensis Leaf Oil
Mentha Arvensis Leaf Oil – With its cooling effect, Mentha Arvensis Leaf Oil is highly recommended for use in skincare products and for achieving healthy and radiant skin. Mentha Arvensis Leaf Oil can also help hydrate burnt skin and relieve the pain from sunburns. It also has properties that facilitate oil secretion, making it an effective component against acne.
Pinus Sylvestris Twig Leaf Oil
Pinus Sylvestris Twig Leaf Oil – Soothes inflammation and stimulates circulation. Can help to
relieve muscle fatigue.
Peppermint - Pure and natural essential oil of Mentha Piperita helps to relieve pain, skin irritation and inflammation while encouraging circulation and contributing to the cleansing and toning of the skin.
Spirulina Platensis Extract
Spirulina Platensis Extract - contains vitamins A, E, proteins and beta-carotene that promote cell renewal and act as antioxidants. It also contains amino acids to maintain the hydration of the stratum corneum. Its application achieves strengthened, revitalised and tonified skin.
Spirulina is incorporated into skin-care formulations for a variety of reasons including moisturising, anti-wrinkles, anti-aging and as an anti-acne agent. Furthermore, this microalga is used by cosmetic formulators to promote healthy sunscreen protection, to treat skin pigmentation disorders and to heal wounds.
Squalane - is a fantastic emollient and powerful anti-aging and anti-inflammatory ingredient that we use in several of our products. It supports blood circulation and can help with skin conditions such as eczema, acne and rough skin. Leave your skin nice and smooth, without being heavy or greasy.
Vitamin E - Vitamin E is a fat-soluble vitamin that acts as an antioxidant, helping protect cells from damage throughout your body. It's found in our sebum (skin oil), which creates a natural barrier to keep moisture in your skin. So oilier skin surfaces, like the face, contain greater amounts of vitamin E. It may also be effective at reducing the symptoms of atopic dermatitis and fatty liver disease. Vitamin E may also be beneficial at reducing UV damage to skin. Vitamin E is in all of our MotherSage products.