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Sodium lauroamphoacetate is a zwitterionic surfactant that’s used as a very mild cleaning agent originally created for infant washes. Zwitterionic surfactants carry both a positive and a negative charge. Usually below a certain pH, it’s positively charged or cationic; above a certain pH, it’s negatively charged or anionic.
Sodium Lauroyl Lactylate is a natural, food grade emulsifier derived from the sodium salt of lactic acid esterified with lauric acid. It helps keep the oil and water portions of a formula together. It also provides skin moisturisation benefits and a smooth feel on application.
Squalane is clear, odorless, plant-derived emollient that mimics the version our bodies produce naturally, squalene. Squalane can combat dryness and prevent ongoing loss of hydration for soft, supple skin. It absorbs quickly leaving a velvety, non-greasy feel and is great for all skin types.
Superoxide dismutase (SOD) is an enzyme found naturally in the body that protects cells from superoxide radical damage. SOD works by catalyzing the conversion of superoxide radicals into molecular oxygen and hydrogen peroxide. Unlike standard antioxidants, enzymatic SOD is not depleted in this neutralization process.
Trade named Neurophroline, this proprietary antioxidant extract of wild indigo is uniquely suited to neutralize redness, boost luminosity, and combat visible effects of environmental stressors. It achieves this through management of cortisol levels in the skin and excels at brightening the under eye area.
Tridecane and Undecane form a light, fresh, fast-spreading emollient derived from 100% renewable feedstocks. This volatile hydrocarbon is an ECOCERT approved, sustainably sourced alternative to the silicone cyclomethicone and helps products apply easily, absorb quickly and leave a smooth, dry skin feeling.