All of our products meet these specifications:
Hydrating Moisturizer w/ Aloe Vera:
Aloe gel, made from the central part of the aloe leaf, can be found in many commercial skin lotions and cosmetics. According to the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, aloe contains active compounds that may reduce pain and inflammation and stimulate skin growth and repair. It is also an effective moisturizing agent, which is why we have included it in our moisturizer. Because aloe is a known anti-oxidant, as well as an anti-inflammatory agent and antibacterial substance, you can use it full strength on your skin as a strong acne fighter.
Vitamin C Serum w/ Citrus Stem Cells:
According to Allure, uneven skin tone, rough texture, fine lines, acne scars, general dullness, and any other common complexion concern, can be treated with vitamin C and the skin-care products it's featured in. As far as your skin is concerned, vitamin C is a potent antioxidant that can neutralize free radicals. Because of its antioxidant properties, vitamin C aids in your skin's natural regeneration process, which helps your body repair damaged skin cells.
According to cosmetic chemist Perry Romanowski, plant Stem cells have the ability to self renew and self repair, just like human stem cells. The difference is that the plant cells actually have stronger antioxidant properties than human cells because plants are stationary: they have to protect themselves from the insults of weather. That’s where the benefits to your skin come into play—these cellular components of plants are packed with antioxidants, which helps your skin to fend off free radicals that might otherwise aim to damage it. Plant stem cell benefits to the skin include anti-aging, antioxidant, and anti-inflammatory properties.
Activated charcoal has numerous health benefits when applied to your skin, such as smaller pores, balance oily skin, treat acne, deep cleanse your skin, and soothe and heal bites, cuts, and skin irritations. Activated charcoal has been proven to reach deep into your pores to remove toxins and impurities, and offers beneficial exfoliation for a smoother, more refined glow.
Eye Gel w/ Peptides:
“Peptides are strings of amino acids, which are the building blocks that make up proteins in our body, including collagen in the skin. Without these proteins, we will see wrinkles, brittle nails and dry hair that’s prone to breakage,” explains Dr. Whitney Bowe, renowned New York City–based dermatologist and author. Peptides serve as the building blocks for not only new collagen, but also elastin fibers, which are the building blocks of our skin and add to tissue firmness and elasticity. If your skin is aging prematurely, those peptides might signal your skin to boost its production of collagen and even hyaluronic acid, plumping up your skin and restoring a healthy skin barrier. When you introduce exogenous peptides onto the skin in the form of a moisturizer or serum, it tricks the skin into thinking there’s been an injury or wound, and it stimulates our collagen-boosting processes.
Beeswax is the all natural, non-toxic waxy substance secreted by bees after they consume honey. Beeswax is a natural air ionizer and is great for getting rid of unwanted smells. Bees use this wax to construct their honeycombs, and when cleaned and filtered, it can be used for beautiful and beneficial candles.Beeswax candles are also best used in the kitchen where they will help neutralize odors without tainting food with artificial aromas and they can also be used in a home office or any other area where there may be a large concentration of use and lingering odors.
We created these candles with our customers in mind and found that the benefits of beeswax outweighed all other wax types by 3X. All our candles have a natural honey aroma, and our essential infusions have only 100% pure essential oils, nothing chemical or synthetic added to it!