Acacia- provides an instantaneous lifting effect and improves the texture of skin, smoothing over wrinkles and even supports natural fibers such as collagen and elastin

Acerola- is the richest known source of natural vitamin C in the world

Alfalfa- contains high levels of antioxidants

Alkanet- helps to protect the skin from inflammation and any infection, and is also used to give color

Aloe- contains antioxidants, enzymes, vitamins A and C, and is highly anti-inflammatory

Amla- is high in vitamin C and is one of the few sources of ellagic acid, which is critical for the skin. The sacred tree of the Hindu Goddess Lakshmi and staple in Ayurvedic medicine

Anise Star- provides potent antioxidant protection due to its phenol-containing constituents that can help to protect skin by neutralizing free radicals present in the environment. Contains anethole which is extremely effective in detoxifying the skin and tannins which help tone skin by strengthening and preventing sagging

Argan oil- is packed with omega fatty acids, vitamin E, and linoleic acids, all of which work to moisturize skin, soften dry patches, and reduce acne

Ashwagandha- reduces clogged pores and balances oily skin. In Ayurveda, it is used to reverse signs of ageing in skin

Astragalus- increases blood flow and circulation to the tissues under the skin which pushes out toxins and reduces inflammation. In Chinese medicine it is used to replenish Qi

Babassu- is rich in antioxidants and fatty acids that make it great for your skin and hair. It’s also anti-inflammatory and antibacterial

Green Banana- is rich in potassium and vitamin A that hydrates and moisturizes dry skin

Baobab- is a rich source of omega fatty acids that reduce inflammation, soothe irritation, and can even help with skin conditions like eczema and psoriasis

Basil- acts as a natural cleanser and removes surplus oil and impurities. It also soothes swelling and pain that may come with acne and calms skin

Holy Basil- is a powerful skin cleanser that removes dirt and impurities from clogged pores, prevents acne, and is good for puffy or dark under-eye circles

Birch- is abundant in amino acids, enzymes, proteins, and antioxidants that help bolster the skin’s barrier function, refine skin texture, and protect it from environmental factors

Blackberry- is a rich source of vitamin C and anthocyanins that help renew skin cells

Bladderwrack- increases elasticity and benefits skin with eczema and acne

Burdock Root- has anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties that can help resolve skin issues like acne, psoriasis, and eczema

Cacao- contains omega-6 fatty acids and antioxidants that make complexion look and feel plump, dewy, and hydrated

Camellia- contains fatty acids composed of oleic fatty acid (omega-9), a remarkable transdermal carrier and very effective in enhancing skin’s ability to retain moisture

Camu Camu- is an extremely rich source of antioxidants and vitamin C that protect against aging

Carnauba- seals in moisture, helps protect skin barriers, and prevent dehydration

Carrot- breaks up accumulated toxins, removes wrinkles, and contains a natural SPF

Cassava- has leaves that contain beta-carotene, lysine, and other compounds that are beneficial to the skin and the root of the plant is rich in vitamin C

Castor- has antimicrobial properties and ricinoleic acid that can inhibit growth in bacteria that cause acne. Fatty acids in castor oil can also promote the growth of healthy skin tissue, making it helpful in restoring uneven skin tones

Cayenne- is rich in vitamins C, E and antioxidants which increase skin health

Chamomile- helps fade spots, eliminate acne scars, and fight breakouts due to its anti-inflammatory and antiseptic properties. Considered a powerhouse of antioxidants that protect the skin from free-radical damage

Wild Cherry- is a potent antioxidant that helps skin defend itself against environmental aggressors while calming any inflammation. It is also rich in vitamin C, which is a brightening ingredient

Chickweed- is high in vitamins C, B and niacin that stimulate oxygen and target collagen production in the skin

Chrysanthemum- helps decrease skin discoloration, eliminate puffiness, and is often used to help reduce swelling and redness of acne

Cinnamon- has antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties that help reduce acne and it’s a powerful antioxidant that prevents signs of aging while making skin look plumper and more even-toned

Clove- helps in reducing sagginess and preventing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Removes dead skin cells and helps with blood circulation, which can ensure youthful and radiant-looking skin

Coconut- is known for its anti-aging properties, antioxidants, and vitamins A and E, which help to slow down the aging process and may help to reduce damage from free radicals

Comfrey- keeps skin youthful and less susceptible to the formation of wrinkles

Copaiba- boosts secretion of collagen and elastin to make skin firm and taut

Cordyceps- deeply cleanses pores, fights free radicals that may cause wrinkles, keeps skin moisturized, and is highly beneficial to ATP production

Cranberry- has vitamins A and C that help boost collagen production, keeps skin moisturized, and fights free radicals

Curry- is rich in carbohydrates, fiber, calcium, phosphorous, irons, and vitamins A, B, C, and E, and the leaves help fight skin infections

Dandelion- is rich in antioxidants and helps to nourish the skin by reducing fine lines and wrinkles and toning unbalanced skin

Dong Quai- boosts energy on a cellular level, improves circulation, and protects skin health. It is highly detoxifying due to the complex of folic acid, biotin, and B12

Echinacea- is rich in tannins which can reduce wrinkles

Elderberry- keeps your skin radiant and healthy and is the perfect skin tonic for dehydrated, mature skin. Elderberry also helps keep away distressing skin conditions like breakouts, boils, and scars.

Eleuthero- has antioxidant properties that may help delay skin aging

Eucalyptus- improves dry skin by increasing its ceramide content. Ceramides are a type of fatty acid in your skin that are responsible for maintaining its barrier and retaining moisture

Fennel- has high levels of minerals, antioxidants, and vitamins that are highly absorbent and beneficial for the skin. Fennel is very cleansing, detoxifying, and toning

Frankincense- soothes and reduces inflammation and can also help prevent acne from forming due to the boswellic acids which fight bacteria associated with breakouts

Geranium- has astringent properties that help tighten the skin and diminish the appearance of aging

Ginger- is high in antioxidants, improves blood circulation, promotes collagen production, increases elasticity, and evens out skin tone

Red Ginseng- has high levels of phytonutrients that reverse signs of aging, is known to tone and brighten skin, and boosts ATP production (more energy in cells)

Goldenseal- was used by Native Americans as a treatment for irritation and inflammation

Gotu Kola- helps encourage collagen production, reduce scarring, and increase antioxidant levels in newly formed tissue

Helichrysum- nicknamed "Immortal" since it was given to kings and queens to drink as it was said to hold the power to make anything it touches more beautiful

Hibiscus- encourages an all-around fresher, younger, smoother-looking complexion. The natural acids present in Hibiscus help to purify skin by breaking down dead skin, increasing cell turnover, and can help to control acne breakouts

Illipe- is high in vitamins A and E, which are known to soothe and hydrate. Also helps stimulate the production of a healthy sebum and shield skin from external aggressors

Irish Moss- helps impart moisture to dry and irritated skin while supporting healthy skin to remain supple and hydrated

Jasmine- has antiseptic properties that are beneficial in treating skin infections

Jojoba- contains anti-inflammatory properties and vitamin E and B-complex that reduce redness caused by drying and ease the effects of eczema and rosacea

Kelp- is mineral and antioxidant rich and is known to help soften and hydrate dry skin and remove toxins

Kokum- has powerful moisturizing properties that won’t clog pores and is frequently used to treat a variety of skin issues including acne, minor inflammatory conditions, and dry skin

Lavandin- helps contribute to anti-aging by regenerating and improving skin’s firmness

Lavender- has the ability to lessen acne, help lighten skin, and reduce wrinkles

Lemon- naturally contains vitamin C and due to its high pH levels, lemon can decrease excess oil on the skin, reduce inflammation, and lighten skin

Lemon Peel- increases collagen in the skin, fades dark spots and blemishes, hydrates skin, fights blackheads, and aids in reducing scars

Lemongrass- has purifying properties that detoxify and clean the skin and is also high in antioxidants that help neutralize damaging free radicals

Licorice- prevents free radical damage, signs of aging, wrinkles, and hyperpigmentation

Lotus- is rich in antioxidants, acts as a skin conditioner, and prevents breakouts

Mango- is full of antioxidants, improves skin tone, prevents breakouts, soothes and brightens skin, and promotes collagen production

Manuka- has anti-inflammatory properties, balances skin's pH levels, and helps slough away dead skin cells to keep skin clean. As an antibacterial, it leaves fewer acne-causing bacteria

Maqui- contains the highest levels of antioxidants among all fruits and works against free radical damage to protect and nourish the skin

Marshmallow- provides relief from itching, swelling, and redness due to its emollient and soothing properties. The roots and stem of the marshmallow plant secrete mucilage which helps soften skin, lower swelling, and kill bacteria

Brown Mustard- is highly hydrating, detoxifying, and a rich source of lutein, carotene, vitamins A, C, and K, which combine as a powerful antioxidant combo to slow aging of cells

Yellow Mustard- is rich in sulfur, which has very strong anti-fungal properties and helps in fighting against rashes and skin infection effectively

Myrrh- has mystical roots and is a powerhouse against dry, inflamed and aging skin. Myrrh contains anti-fungal curzerene and magnesium, skin-soothing limonene, and bacteria-fighting germacrene

Neem- contains vitamin E, is rich in healthy fatty acids, and great for healing cracked, dry skin by penetrating into the skin. Clears acne, combats wrinkles, evens out skin tone, reduces inflammation for eczema, and is nature's insecticide

Nettle- acts as a natural astringent, tightens and firms the skin, regulates natural sebum production, treats acne, promotes flawless skin, accelerates the healing process of wounds and burns, helps with skin allergies, and heals eczema

Olive- moisturizes and fights bacteria

Orange- contains antioxidants that support clear and bright skin. The peel has antibacterial and antimicrobial properties which make it great for treating acne and oily skin

Sweet Orange- has all-natural antimicrobial properties and nourishes dry, irritated and acne-prone skin when mixed with a carrier oil and applied as a cream

Oregano- enhances skin tone and reduces the appearance of fine lines. With regular use, the oil can enable you to get luminous and blemish-free skin

Papaya- helps clear blemishes and pigmentation due to the beta-carotene, enzymes, and phytochemicals present. The enzyme papain, in combination with alpha-hydroxy acids, acts as a powerful cleanser and dissolves inactive proteins and dead skin cells

Parsley- balances oil production, decreases inflammation, prevents discoloration in skin, fights outbreaks and acne, and reduces wrinkles and fine lines with its unique ability to increase skin regeneration

Patchouli- helps reduce problem skin areas and minimize the appearance of wrinkles and blemishes

White Peony- is prized for its brightening, anti-inflammatory, toning, and anti-aging properties. Peonies help ward off wrinkles by activating the natural defense mechanisms of skin and reducing the look of discoloration

Peppermint- naturally cleanses the skin, has antiseptic and antibacterial properties, and has a cooling effect which soothes irritation and inflammation caused by acne

Pink Pepper- assists with circulation and is a refreshing tonic that helps keep skin feeling rejuvenated and looking radiant

Plantain- promotes skin regeneration, soothes skin, and helps combat acne. Has germicidal and antibacterial properties which makes it useful in the prevention of acne

Pomegranate- protects against sun damage and is a symbol for eternal life

Poppy Seed- is high in antioxidant properties

Prickly Pear- contains skin-softening vitamins E and K, is extremely high in essential fatty acids omega-6 and -9, and is rich in amino acids which brightens under-eye dark circles, promotes skin elasticity, and stimulates collagen production to promote faster cell turnover

Pumpkin- contains vitamins A, C, and E, and antioxidants which help fight sun damage and wrinkles. Pumpkin also has fruit enzymes that help naturally exfoliate dead skin cells and contains zinc and potassium that combat redness

Red Raspberry- has anti-inflammatory effects that soothe conditions like eczema, rosacea, and psoriasis

Reishi Mushroom- is respected as a powerful age defense tool and known to reduce inflammation, wrinkles, free radical damage, and promote cell regeneration. Known as “the lucky fungus,” it is a cure-all and a stimulating tonic that enhances Qi

Rose- are considered to be the most sacred flower in mythological times and deeply connected to love and beauty. Roses have soothing and hydrating characteristics that help reduce redness and irritation and are a potent source of vitamin A, which protects against UV damage, evens skin tone, and encourages healthy cell production. Roses can also stimulate new collagen production, balance pH levels, and clear acne, dermatitis, and eczema. Used as a metaphor for love with skincare, roses are a powerful flower to promote self-love.

Rosehips- are rich in fatty acids and vitamin A that moisturize the skin, promote skin regeneration, and can improve skin flexibility and permeability

Rosemary- lightens dark spots and blemishes. The anti-inflammatory properties of rosemary extract help to heal scars and reduce swelling and puffiness

Sacha Inchi- is the richest plant-based source of omega 3 (alpha-linolenic) fatty acids and contains omega 6 (linoleic) fatty acids, and vitamins A and E

Schisandra- contains antioxidants and has been shown to improve skin by nourishing complexion from within

Sea Buckthorn- is considered the most abundant source of omega 7 essential fatty acid, which is quite rare and keeps skin firm and lifted

Self Heal- contains vitamins C and K, thiamine, and tannins that help reduce skin swelling and inflammation and can have an astringent effect on skin tissues

Shatavari- helps reduce free-radical skin damage that leads to wrinkles due to the saponins in the root. Also helps prevent collagen breakdown to maintain skin elasticity

Shea- has high concentrations of fatty acids and vitamins that make it ideal for softening skin

Slippery Elm- promotes wound healing and soothes burns

Spearmint- cleanses pores and tightens skin

Strawberry- is high in antioxidants that delay the signs of aging and is rich in vitamin C that fights free radicals

Sunflower- is a great source of vitamin E, is rich in nutrients and antioxidants, and is effective for combating issues like acne, inflammation, general redness, and skin irritation. It also has emollient properties that help skin retain its moisture

Tamanu- treats hyperpigmentation since it possesses skin lightening properties and is filled with fatty acids that help maintain skin elasticity and firmness

Black Tea- used in skin care for hundreds of years, dating back to China’s Ming Dynasty. It is loaded with antioxidants that help protect skin from UV damage and environmental pollutants. Its higher content of caffeine means it’s an excellent ingredient for tightening and toning skin

Green Tea- is a potent anti-aging ingredient

Red Tea- can reverse cell damage and rejuvenate skin due to its alpha hydroxy content. Red tea improves blood circulation and promotes glowing skin since it is a rich source of bioflavonoids

Tea Tree- is helpful in treating acne because of its anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial properties. Also calms redness, swelling, and inflammation

Triphala- has anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties that help heal certain skin issues and protect skin cells

Turmeric- is known as the Golden Goddess in Ayurveda. It’s one of the most wide spectrum medicinal plants that heals wounds and is highly beneficial for psoriasis and eczema

Vetiver- is hailed for its use in skin cell regeneration and boosting the growth of new cells. It facilitates wound healing and effectively reduces scars, blemishes and marks caused by acne by removing dead skin cells, therefore bestowing radiant skin

Violet- helps to gently tighten and refine pores and soothe and comfort sensitive, dry, itchy, or red skin. It's good for oily skin and acne and makes an excellent moisturizer 

White Willow- naturally contains salicylic acid which is a powerful cleanser and gently eliminates buildup of dead skin cells, which is one of the leading causes of acne

Wintergreen- is a “counter irritant” which causes irritation that reduces pain and swelling in the underlying tissue. It is also used to kill germs on the skin

Yellow Dock Root- has astringent properties that make this herb an excellent skin toner, helping to remove dirt, traces of perspiration, and makeup from the surface of the skin

Ylang Ylang- has potent antibacterial properties that make it a very effective skin cleanser. It boosts the regenerative process of the epidermis and regulates sebum production