Aloe: is antibacterial for extremely sensitive skin, it helps with both moisturizing and preventing Acnes and is a treatment for inflamed skin.

Ceramides: help create a strong protective shield/roof/coat enabling the skin to maintain moisture and texture.

Cucumber: Soothes the skin so that it does not get acne and helps tighten it. For eczema, you can combine Cucumber with Aloe Vera.

Lemon: An antibacterial on the skin, it helps with both moisturizing, Dark spots, and Acne. Rich in Vitamin C which helps aid in antiaging.

Potato: For moisturizing dry skin and treating acne, blemishes, and dark spots.

Pomegranate: For vitality to the skin, it caters for under the eyes, wrinkles, and crows’ feet It therefore has a strong tightening effect.

Retinol: a form of vitamin A – an antioxidant for wrinkles. it has skin-restoring properties by improving cell communication and increasing collagen production. It is anti-aging that refines pores, reduces dark spots, and smoothens wrinkles in general improving the skin.

Vitamin C: mostly found in citrus foods like lemons and vegetables like tomatoes, the acidity in it helps hence stimulate the skin to produce collagen, a type of connective tissue that keeps the skin firm and healthy. It is no wonder that it is hyped to be anti-aging with its antioxidant properties and to repair damaged skin.

Vitamin E: gets rid of acnes.

Vitamin D: Fights infections. Various foods and the right sun rays contain vitamin D which is essential to the bone and the skin and contributes to repairs, metabolism, and healing.

Vitamin K: Healing wounds, cuts, bruises. Lack of it leads o uneven skin, dark areas etc

Vitamin B3: Niacin, Niacinamide reduces the appearance of aged skin, brightens the skin, and reduces redness.

Lactic acid is an Alpha hydroxyl acid that can be found in Yogurt and it reduces acnes, breakouts and anti-aging signs. Combined with other products, its is a great exfoliator too.

Ferulic Acid: Anti-oxidant found in rice, oats as a protecting and self-preserving; slowing aging process. It works well with vitamin E and C enhancing their stability. With sensitive skin, it may cause some irritation but in overall, it is good with other skin tones.

Ascorbic : as vitamin C, an antioxidant found in foods like kiwi and oranges that stimulates collagen production and neutralizes free radicals that may cause damage to the skin.

Oleic acid : is a moisturizing omega 9 fatty acids found in Rosehip, sunflower, olive oil, grape seeds etc. It penetrates deeply and easily into the skin leaving it moisturized and not clogged hence good on dry or chirping skin.

Micellar water : is just for cleansing the face. May remove makeup too. Draws oil and water from the skin. Maybe too much for a dry skin tone.

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