“I am no longer accepting the things I cannot change. I am changing the things I cannot accept.” 

Angela Davis

All About Our Ingredients.

Our products are contains high nutritious values intended to nurture, beautify, strengthen the skin's immune system and the sin's overall wellness without comprising the skin's integrity.

Mulberry has been used in traditional Ayurvedic and Chinese medicine for centuries. Morus Nigra Leaf Extract is an extract of the dried leaves of the Black Mulberry,  with NICI name Morus Nigra L., Moraceae.

Our cells is comprised of many enzymes and one of which is  the tyrosinase  enzyme. This enzyme is responsible for the production of melanin (better known as pigmentation) in our body. What the mulberry leaf extract does is it slows down or prevents this enzyme from producing melanin. Therefore effectively preventing hyperpigmentation from appearing on the upper layers of the skin. 

Additionally, the mulberry leaf extract is also a nutritious ingredient. The vitamins and antioxidants as mentioned previously can help strengthen the skin’s natural barrier to protect it from UV rays. This also helps reduce free radical damage to the skin. Free radical damage has been known to cause ageing acceleration, loss of skin elasticity and lines and wrinkles to appear. However antioxidants work best when it is both consumed and applied topically,

Who needs Hydroquinone, when powerful antioxidant plant-based such as bearberry exist to ensure the skin is protected from photoaging effects on the skin such as hyperpigmentation and uneven skin tone.  

Bearberry’s name is derived from the Greek and Latin word UvaUrsi which means Bear’s Grape. It is believed that this name was associated with the plant because of the notion that bears eat the fruit with relish.

However, bearberry is also referred to by other names according to the places where it is found, for example it is also called mountain cranberry, sandberry, hogberry, rockberry and upland cranberry.

Bearberry extract is made from the leaves of the bearberry plant. It is commonly used as an astringent in cosmetic preparations and skin care products. It is also used as a lightening agent to fade freckles or skin discoloration which may be caused by sun damage or hormonal conditions. Bearberry extract is reputed to have antibacterial and antioxidant properties that may be beneficial for cleansing the skin and improving its appearance.

Bearberry is an excellent botanical ingredient that can be used on all skin type.

Licorice root comes from a flowering plant called Glycyrrhiza glabra that grows in Europe, Asia and the Middle East. It has been used as a medicinal herb for thousands of years.. Licorice root has a number of skincare and hair care benefits.

#1: Helps hyperpigmentation
Improving hyperpigmentation is one of this plant’s most well known attributes. Hyperpigmentation occurs when your skin produces more melanin in certain patches or spots than in others, giving skin an uneven tone and darkened appearance.

#2: Carries glycyrrhizin, a powerful antioxidant

Licorice does well in treating atopic dermatitis, rosacea, and psoriasis – due to the presence of glycyrrhizin (glys-err-eye-zin), an anti-inflammatory property. As an antioxidant, it protects our skin against free radicals. Some of the most obvious signs of free radical damage show up on our epidermis, and sun damage is one of the most prevalent stressors in daily life. This is why it’s so important to protect yourself from UV rays with a clean, cruelty-free sunscreen!

 3. Contains glabridin, a UV-fighting super ingredient

Glabridin (glab-rye-din) is one of the most active ingredients in licorice root extract. This substance helps diminish any dark spots you have from scarring or sun damage. It also prevents pigmentation from UVB rays by inhibiting tyrosinase, an enzyme that causes dark pigments after sun exposure.



1. It’s anti-inflammatory. 

Inflammation can cause so many frustrating skin issues.  Inflammation of the skin causes many skin problems such as  breakouts, rosacea, eczema, sensitivity, even a breakdown of collagen. All these inflammatory skin conditions can benefit from calendula’s soothing effects. The anti-inflammatory properties are thanks to calendula flower’s potent dose of flavonoid, saponins, and triterpenoids. These give calendula the ability to prevent your body’s release of histamines which can cause redness, pain, allergies, and inflammation. And when it comes to treating breakouts, calendula’s gentle nature means it won’t dry your skin out and it’s safe to use with other acne-fighting ingredients like benzoyl peroxide and salicylic acid. 

2. Wonderful Moisturizing Effect 

You’ve probably heard about the health benefits of a diet rich in essential fatty acids. Well, those same essential fatty acids, like the linoleic acid in calendula oil or extract, can also nourish your skin. They give your skin cells the ability to absorb nutrients and hold onto water longer—great news for those with perpetually dry skin.   Products formulated  with calendula tend to cause the skin to look smoother, more supple, and more nourished skin. 


Zanthoxylum bungeanum, commonly known as Sichuan Pepper, commonly known as Sichuan pepper is natural active ingredient with botox-like efficacy and skin sensitivity modulation benefits found in our Super-Rich Antioxidant Oil and Beautant Moisturizer.

It is able to act on neuromuscular communication within the skin structure, providing well-ageing effects and soothing benefits.


  • Reverses skin ageing effects,
  • Combats wrinkles,
  • Calms and soothes skin and scalp discomfort,
  • Provides immediate relief,
  • Mimics botox properties,
  • Provides well-ageing benefits.





Bakuchiol is the first natural alternative to Retinol without having any of the negatives associated with Retinol. Well-defined compound (purity over 99%), Bakuchiol has clinically demonstrated to reduce hyperpigmentation and wrinkles as efficiently as retinol, with a better skin tolerance.

Bakuchiol has all the major benefits of retinol but none of the problems.  Bakuchiol is comparable to retinol in its ability to improve photoaging and is better tolerated than retinol.