An anti-oxidant that is used to help rejuvenate and smoothen the skin.
An extract from the bark of the elm tree; used in cosmetic formulas due to its astringent properties.
Synthetic mineral pigments used in cosmetics and personal care products. The primary use for Ultramarines is as a hair dye.
The extract from the mammalian umbilical cord is known to have skin conditioning properties.
Otherwise known as catâ€™s claw, Una De Gato has the ability to influence to positively influence the bodyâ€™s defence system, as well as the circulatory and intestinal systems to due its antioxidant properties.
An extract of the gambir plant. Uncaria gambir contains resin acids and their esters, and is used as an astringent
A liquid alkane hydrocarbon with skin conditioning and emollient properties.
This term is used to refer to warm or cool skin tones. The undertone for an individual depends on getting the right balance between hair colour, eye colour and skin tone.
Used to accelerate the sun-tanning process with the use of riboflavin and collagen.
An ingredient found in skin and lip products. Unitrienol helps to maintain the appropriate oil and moisture levels of the skin, whilst promoting elasticity. It also helps to smooth the skin and reduce wrinkles.
Used to describe the main waste products of the human body
This is a waste chemical that is created as the body breaks down dietary proteins.
This refers to the kidneys, ureters, bladder and uretha.
Nettle leaf extract; used in skincare products as a tonic and an astringent. Also used to treat dandruff in hair shampoos.
Commonly known as hives, Urticaria is a skin condition which results in raised white lumps appearing on the skin, surrounding a swollen red area.
An extract from the plant of the lichen; has a pleasant fragrance and thus used in deodorants.
An antimicrobial chemical known to be used in cosmetic formulas due to its ability to fight harmful substances.
Ultra-Violet Radiation. A form of solar radiation that is not visible to the human eye. It produces sun tans, but also damages the skin.
Ultra-Violet Light Type A. This refers to the suns rays that are not visible, but still damage the skin.
Ultra-Violet Light Type B. These rays can burn the skin and are not visible by the human eye.