By Neha Jain
One Product, Many Skin Woes, Sorted!
|Product Type:||Face Mask|
|Concern:||All Skin Type|
|How to use:||1.Clean your face with a gentle cleanser that suits your skin type.|
2.Gently massage the sleeping mask using your fingertips, in an upward-outward circular motion.
3.Don’t forget to apply the mask on your neck.
4.Ideally, you should apply the sleeping mask 30 minutes before you go to bed.
Copper peptide is found naturally in the human body, and combines the element copper with three amino acids, making it a tripeptide. These naturally occurring complexes act as a signaling agent for processes of repair and regeneration. Copper peptides are known as a skin-restoring ingredient, they are rich in antioxidants, have anti-inflammatory effects and promote collagen stimulation.
Copper Peptide used in our formulation is 100% vegan.Niacinamide
Niacimide is a form of Vitamin B3, which is an essential nutrient. Niacinamide helps build keratin, which keeps your skin healthy and firm. It also reduces inflammation, which, in turn, minimises redness, and, thanks to its moisture retention capabilities, it helps regulate the oil in your skin.Plant Stem Cell
The first generation of Cannabis Sativa plant stem cells stimulates skin microbiota, which ignites the synthesis of oxytocin in the brain, triggering a wellbeing response. Our formulations are void of any CBD or THC. |
Glyceryl Glucoside A molecule found in the resurrection plant Myrothamnus Flabellifolia, which is designed to survive in the harshest deserts of Southern Africa, glyceryl glucoside protects the skin from stressors and revitalises it by boosting cell function. The unique molecule protects the cell walls, has an excellent water retention capacity, and fights ageing while promoting elasticity.
Unlike other cosmetic brands that use a synthetically produced racemate of the ingredient, we use it only in its natural form.
Plant Squalene Squalene is a natural moisturiser and antioxidant that already resides in your skin. However, the production of this lipid reduces with age, making an added external source a crucial aspect of a good skincare routine. Although found in fish and animals too, the squalene we use in our night cream is sourced entirely from plants.