A form of tanning that captures moisturising agents in such a way to enhance the effectiveness of the tan.
Sodium salt, used as an emollient, humectant and moisturiser to smoothen and soften the skin.
A drug that dulls the senses of the nervous system.
Used to enhance the strength, firmness and elasticity of the skin.
A natural chemical that is found in grapefruit, naringin has medicinal and anti-oxidant abilities used to protect the skin.
The term used to describe the creases forming on the sides of the nose.
A mineral used in beauty products as a buffering agent.
A plant extracted derived from the fermentation of yeast. Used for its ability to form a protective film on the skinâ€™s surface.
Substances that come from natural sources of humans, animals, plants and natural processes.
A natural treatment that uses the force of air, water and heat to treat health conditions.
A brand of organic health and beauty products.
An area of dead tissue on the skin. Often the result of disease or the after affects of an injury healing up.
Manufacturer of luxurious, organic candles that are scented with pure essential oils.
Approximately one in five newborn babies suffer from neonatal acne. It typically resolves itself within 6 weeks.
A tumour that causes the formation of abnormal cells that take the place of health cells, and prevent new healthy cells from growing.
An extract from the leaves of the oleander, this substance is used as a skin conditioner.
A volatile oil obtained from the Citrus aurantium; used as a tonic and masking agent in beauty products.
An extract from orange flowers that helps improve circulation. Often in used in menâ€™s fragrances and has a relaxing and slightly stimulating effect.
This nettle plant as tonic and revitalising qualities. Commonly used in Europe as a remedy for arthritis rheumatism. Also used in hair products, specifically to help treat scalp issues.