Everything we do is guided by clinical science, which is why we know that some of the most potent skincare ingredients come straight from nature. Our formulas are crafted with naturally healing and restorative ingredients like arnica, sea buckthorn, and bakuchiol. 


A long-time hero in the herbal medicine world, arnica is celebrated for its anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving properties. It can help relieve sore muscles and joints as well as promote healing with a number of common skin ailments, from bruising to eczema. 

Sea Buckthorn Berry

This small orange berry is touted for its anti-aging abilities thanks to the concentration of hydrating and anti-inflammatory fatty acids. Sea buckthorn promotes collagen production, which helps keep skin looking plumper and firmer. It also has anti-inflammatory properties that help heal the skin and improve its tone. 


A plant-based retinol, bakuchiol is a star ingredient for sensitive and aging skin. It helps trigger collagen production and cell turnover, which in turn has a number of benefits that you can see and feel: less noticeable fine lines and wrinkles; more even skin tone; and plump, hydrated skin. 


Derived from vitamin A, retinol is one of the most commonly used ingredients for maturing skin. This is due to its ability to promote elastin and collagen production, which in turn reduces the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, and pores. It also helps improve signs of sun damage, hyperpigmentation, and uneven skin texture. 

Coconut Oil

Coconut oil boasts a high concentration of deeply hydrating fatty acids. After all, hydrated skin is younger-looking skin. Coconut oil also contains antioxidants and anti-inflammatories, which help restore the skin and can be particularly effective at soothing common skin disorders such as eczema and psoriasis. 


Part of the natural structure of your skin, ceramides are essential for maintaining the health and resilience of maturing skin. But they become depleted over time, which is why we feature them throughout our product collection. Ceramides rejuvenate skin by helping reinforce the skin barrier to protect against environmental stressors. 

Vitamin C

Vitamin C is used to improve complexion, bright skin, and renew collagen for younger looking skin. 

Retinyl Palmitate

A less irritating form of vitamin A, retinyl palmitate helps with cell turnover and collagen regeneration, while also improving skin tone.

Vitamin K

Vitamin K is crucial for blood clotting and supports bruise healing and collagen formation in the skin. 

Ferulic Acid

This antioxidant targets fine lines and wrinkles and helps boost the effects of other antioxidants, including vitamin C. 

Vitamin E

This skincare superhero helps restore bruised and sun damaged skin, fights free radicals, and strengthens the skin barrier.

Alpha Hydroxy Acids

AHAs are naturally occurring acids that can be used to gently exfoliate, leaving skin brighter, smoother, and more youthful. 

Mango Butter

Packed with antioxidants, mango butter softens and hydrates skin while also stimulating collagen production for anti-aging effects.