This means that a certain colour has been approved for use within drugs and cosmetics.
Natural floral water; used to hydrate the face and body.
A shrub that originates from Texas, Damiana is an aphrodisiac that is often used in herbal teas.
The dandelion is a herb that is commonly used for treating skin conditions such as acne, eczema psoriasis.
An extract of the roots of the carrot, Daucus Carota Sativa is used to enhance skin firmness and to soften and sooth the skin.
A method of extracting oils from herbal plants, roots and stems. The extract is then often used in herbal teas.
A decongestant is a type of medicine that is commonly used to relieve blocked noses, due to its ability to reduce the swelling of blood vessels inside the nose.
An ester of decyl alcohol that is used as a moisturiser and skin cleanser.
An emollient that is used to lubricate and to add extra volume to lotions.
The demand is a measure on how much a particular substance effects to moisture levels of the skin. Higher demand levels mean that the substance should be applied to the skin on a regular basis.
A soothing herb that is used to provide relief for inflamed skin tissues.
A substance that contains strong fragrances to mask the smell of unpleasant odours. A deodorant has the ability to kills odour causing bacteria, but does not have the ability to minimise the production of sweat.
A form of treatment that removes hairs from the surface of the skin, either by shaving or by using creams.
A form of treatment that involves sanding the skin to improve its texture.
A general medical term used to refer to the skin.
A condition that causes inflammation of the skin, which may have been caused by external bacteria, a fungus or parasite.
A dermatologist is a doctor whom specialises in treating conditions of the skin.
A general term that refers to any type of skin disease.
The dermis is the lower level of the skin tissue. (The epidermis is the upper level.)