• Bio-effective ingredients

    Multifunctional antioxidants, phytonutrients, and minerals are infused into Topical Skin formulas.

  • Soothing complex

    Skin-soothing ingredients are added to help combat the root cause of aging: chronic inflammation.

  • Clean beauty, free of:

    Parabens | Mineral oil

    SLS | Phthalates

    Skin-sensitizing ingredients

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+ Protective, calming, and soothing antioxidants

+ Oleosomes for slow-release, long-lasting hydration

+ Skin-comforting aloe

+ Skin barrier renewal accelerators: lipids

+ Vitamin and mineral-rich seaweed


+ Firming and nourishing peptides

+ Smoothing and hydrating hyaluronic acid

+ Skin barrier restoring ceramides

+ Microencapsulation delivery system

+ Anti-pollution/blue light antioxidant



Tiny little orbs of nutrients

What are oleosomes?

Extracted from seeds, they are micro-oil droplets composed of a protein and phospholipid barrier with a fatty acid interior. Oleosomes store the plant's energy and vital nutrients used by the seeds until they germinate.

They are rich in Linoleic Acid, an essential fatty acid for moisture locking.

On the skin, they rapture at different times, gradually dispersing fatty acids and antioxidants and providing long-lasting moisture.

Source: A. Barre, M. Simplicien, G. Cassan, H. Benoist, P. Rougé,Oil bodies (oleosomes): Occurrence, structure, allergenicity,Revue Française d'Allergologie,Volume 58, Issue 8,2018,Pages 574-580,ISSN 1877-0320,https://doi.org/10.1016/j.reval.2018.10.005.(https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1877032018304111)

Published scientific research on the benefits of Oleosomes in topical skin application

Safflower (Carthamus tinctorius) oleosomes are unique organelles that house triglycerides and fatty acids and demonstrate a natural resilience to environmental stresses. There is recent growing interest in safflower oleosomes due to their potential applications in dermatology, especially as a carrier technology to improve drug penetration through the skin.

Patel P, Wang JY, Mineroff J, Jagdeo J.
The potential cutaneous benefits of Carthamus tinctorius oleosomes.
Arch Dermatol Res. 2023 Dec 7;316(1):26. doi: 10.1007/s00403-023-02750-y. PMID: 38060028.

Constantinos V. Nikiforidis,
Structure and functions of oleosomes (oil bodies),
Advances in Colloid and Interface Science, Volume 274, 2019, 102039, ISSN 0001-8686.


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Our formulas are rooted in science and consist of ingredients selected through rigorous scientific research rather than marketing hype.