How to get the big 3 naturally – Hyaluronic Acid, Vitamin C, Vitamin E
Hyaluronic Acid, Vitamin C and Vitamin E are fast becoming the ‘must-have’ ingredients in the world of skincare. Nutrient dense, healing and powerful, the results they are having on the skin are nothing short of amazing. As consumers, it is becoming increasingly important to understand the ingredients in our skincare and what they do, so let us shed some light on how to get the big 3 naturally.
Hyaluronic acid is a naturally occurring substance in skin known for its amazing capacity to retain moisture, plumpness, firmness and suppleness to the skin. When applied to the skin it increases hydration, improves elasticity and also reverses free radical damage.
Hyaluronic Acid the natural way
Tamarind seed extract is a natural source of Hyaluronic Acid, and significantly improves skin elasticity, hydration and smoothness. Our Kakadu Plum & Vitamin C Face Serum contains 10% tamarind seed.
Vitamin C is a water-soluble, highly effective antioxidant that even in small amounts can protect from damage the body’s indispensable molecules, such as DNA, RNA, proteins, lipids, and carbohydrates. Vitamin C is a skincare powerhouse. Antioxidant-rich with anti-aging and hydrating properties, Vitamin C can help rejuvenate the skin, leaving it brighter and smoother.
Vitamin C naturally
Kakadu plum contains over 3000mg of Vitamin C per 100g of fruit making it the richest known natural source of Vitamin C. This ancient Australian native has been valued by indigenous cultures for thousands of years for its medicinal benefits. Wild harvested Kakadu plum has 200 times more Vitamin C than plantation farmed fruit. The superior quality is why we sustainably source wild-harvested Australian botanicals.
Vitamin E is an important antioxidant that neutralises free radicals in the body, and is essential for normal cell reproduction. It also contains anti-inflammatory properties and helps reduce skin damage.
Vitamin E without the chemicals
Our Boab & Rosehip with Vitamin E Oil is rich in Vitamin E. Clinical trials have proven this oil to be non-irritating, hydrating, moisturising and occluding at higher levels than other comparative oils and beneficial when topically applied. It’s a powerful multivitamin for the skin and will even skin tone, fight free radicals and produce collagen.