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ANOGEISSUS

Anogeissus comes from a tree sacred to African culture. It’s known as “Siiga”, which means “the soul”. The rare bark is harvested by local tribes and used as a natural wound healer. We studied Anogeissus for over 5 years and discovered it helps stimulate the natural production of fibrillin, the protein that gives skin youthful firmness and bounce.

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APRICOT

Apricots can be traced back nearly 3000 years to ancient Armenia where they were valued for their many therapeutic and healing properties. They were brought to Greece by Alexander the Great and spread through Europe by the Romans. In fact, Greek mythology refers them as the key ingredient in the nectar of the gods (aka the drink of choice for Olympus inhabitants).

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CAMPHOR

Camphor’s vibrant, powerful aromatic oil has long been valued for its medicinal and cooling, antiseptic properties. From China, it traveled into the Arab trade routes, reaching Europe in the early Middle Ages as an incense and fragrant wood. This highly-aromatic herb is still prized today for its purifying and preservative powers.

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LAMINARIA

Anogeissus comes from a tree sacred to African culture. It’s known as “Siiga”, which means “the soul”. The rare bark is harvested by local tribes and used as a natural wound healer. We studied Anogeissus for over 5 years and discovered it helps stimulate the natural production of fibrillin, the protein that gives skin youthful firmness and bounce.

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TURMERIC

Apricots can be traced back nearly 3000 years to ancient Armenia where they were valued for their many therapeutic and healing properties. They were brought to Greece by Alexander the Great and spread through Europe by the Romans. In fact, Greek mythology refers them as the key ingredient in the nectar of the gods (aka the drink of choice for Olympus inhabitants).

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CHARCOAL

Camphor’s vibrant, powerful aromatic oil has long been valued for its medicinal and cooling, antiseptic properties. From China, it traveled into the Arab trade routes, reaching Europe in the early Middle Ages as an incense and fragrant wood. This highly-aromatic herb is still prized today for its purifying and preservative powers.