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A cactus-like plant known by the Egyptians as the ‘plant of immortality’ for its healing properties. Aloe is rich in vitamins, antioxidants, minerals, and amino acids which give it the ability to soothe and maintain moisture levels while calming and cooling skin.
The avocado is the Aztec symbol of love, for both self and others, that supports the transference of our inner beauty into our physical body. Abundant in phytonutrients, avocados contain vitamins (A, B, C, D and E), as well as minerals such as iron, copper and magnesium that support overall skin health. Omega 3 and beta-carotene boost skin hydration resulting in a radiant and youthful looking glow.
Rich in antioxidants, this Ayurvedic extract from the Indian babchi plant helps plump the look of skin.
Bamboo is full of natural silica (70%) which is an essential mineral that promotes healthy skin and hair. The high silica content works to strengthen skin’s barrier to protect and restore the skin’s resilience, making it optimal for complexions that have been compromised from over-exfoliation or acne.
One of the more hardworking skincare ingredients, this antioxidant-rich oil from the African "Tree of Life" helps condition, smooth, and brighten the skin's appearance.
Camellia Seed Oil
Lightweight, silky, and deeply hydrating, this multitasking oil is often used in skin care products to moisturize and nourish skin while helping cultivate a bright and glowing complexion.
Lipids that replenish the skin’s natural barrier to lock in moisture for lasting hydration.
Used in medicinal teas for thousands of years, this flowering herb helps calm and soothe the look of skin.
Favored by the ancient Egyptians as well as the Ming dynasty for use in skin care products, this purifying ingredient helps balance the look of skin.
Favored by the Aztecs and Mayans for use in skin care products, this nourishing butter from the nut of the cacao plant is high in essential fatty acids. Benefits of cocoa butter on your skin include moisturizing, soothing, and imparting a radiant glow.
Worn nightly as a face mask by Cleopatra herself, this precious metal has been used in skin care products for millennia to restore harmony and radiance to the skin under your eyes.
Hibiscus Flower Extract
In Ayurveda, hibiscus is one of the most renowned botanicals for promoting hair growth. This tropical flower is rich in vitamin C, flavonoids, amino acids, and antioxidants.
An ancient, antioxidant-rich green tea that physically exfoliates the skin.
A naturally-occurring sugar molecule that infuses the skin with moisture from the atmosphere for a plumper, smoother, and more supple appearance.
Jojoba oil is an oil produced from the chinensis plant, a drought resistant shrub native to Arizona, California and Mexico. Native Americans used it dating back to the 1400s for its healing properties. Jojoba oil has a unique composition. It’s composition is very similar to that of human sebum which means that it can hydrate, condition, and balance skin without clogging pores.
One of the mildest and most hydrating alpha hydroxy acids used in skin care products, this hardworking multitasker exfoliates your skin for a brighter appearance.
Hailed by the ancient Egyptians as the stone of transformation, malachite has been used for thousands of years to cleanse, purify, and calm the spirit as well as the skin.
Used for centuries by New Zealand’s indigenous Maori people, this antioxidant-rich honey infuses the skin with nourishing moisture for long-lasting hydration.
One of the best natural ingredients for skin, this non-greasy oil from South Africa calms, moisturizes, and nourishes the skin with essential fatty acids and antioxidants.
In Chinese medicine, mung beans are consumed to cool the body and rebalance it’s yin and yang. In India, mung beans have been used since ancient times for skin and hair cleansing. When used on the skin, this powerhouse of a bean can help improve skin texture as well as support radiance with Vitamins A, C and copper.
Niacinamide is a super powered vitamin derived from brewer’s yeast or grains. It is also known as Vitamin B3. It helps manage breakouts and promotes an even skin tone and texture. Niacinamide can also help support our skin’s natural barrier against environmental aggressors.
With its sweet and subtle fragrance, oat milk soothes and relaxes the mind and body.
Used for thousands of years in feng shui and other curative rituals, this volcanic glass is known to block negative energy and help stimulate and revitalize the skin's appearance.
A symbol of longevity, light, and peace, the olive tree should be treated with reverence as it holds many soul-full gifts for your body and mind. It is rich in fatty acid content, which plays a big part in keeping skin hydrated and moisturized.
Peptides, also known as polypeptides, naturally occur in skin. More specifically, our collagen is made up of polypeptides and as we age, our collagen begins to decrease resulting in less bright, supple skin. Incorporating peptides into skincare rituals helps maintain hydration, smooth and revive a radiant and youthful-looking appearance.
Rose of Jericho
Capable of surviving long periods of dehydration and blooming again at the first drop of rain, this resurrection plant helps rejuvenate the look of dry, dull skin with an infusion of hydration.
Originally from the Syrian capital Damascus, Rosa Damascena is highly sought after for its many therapeutic properties. The rose is a symbol of balance that represents purity, hope and the rejuvenation of spirit. The bright, sweet scent of roses can impart feelings of love, comfort and care. When used topically on the skin, rose water helps promote a healthy, youthful glow.
Safflower Seed Oil
Safflower is known as the "4,000 year-old herb" for its many multi-functional purposes. It is rich in fatty acids, which are known to help keep skin feeling plumped and hydrated.
Revered as sacred by the Egyptians and other ancient civilizations, sage calms and purifies with a smoky, soothing warmth that has made it a mainstay of herbal teas for thousands of years.
Sea Buckthorn Oil
Considered holy to Tibetans, sea buckthorn is a shrub that thrives in places where other plants find it difficult to survive. Its resilient nature speaks to the wonder of benefits it provides. In fact, the orange berries produced by the shrub contain 12 times the amount of vitamin C in oranges, 3 times the amount of vitamin A in carrots and a wealth of fatty acids and omegas which support its ability to calm, firm, and hydrate skin as well as support radiant-looking skin.
High in essential fatty acids and antioxidants, this rich butter from the Central African shea tree has been used in skin care products for centuries to hydrate, calm, and soothe the skin.
Used in Eastern remedies for centuries, the snow mushroom is known for its powerful water retention properties. It can hold up to 500 times its weight in water! The white, gelatinous mushroom also is also rich in polysaccharides that are known to calm and maintain moisture levels in skin.
Sunflower Seed Oil
A nutrient-rich oil derived from sunflower seeds used in skincare products to moisturize, smooth, and nourish skin with powerful antioxidants and essential fatty acids.
A golden Ayurvedic spice with skincare benefits that include imparting a radiant glow.
One of the most popular natural ingredients for skin, this antioxidant-rich shrub helps tone and revitalize the skin’s appearance.
A combination of toning zinc and hydrating L-PCA that helps control oil and moisture levels in the skin and reduce the appearance of pores.
At Keys Soulcare, we formulate our product offerings to meet FDA and European Union Cosmetic Regulation (EUCR) restrictions for over 1,600 ingredients. We exclude the following ingredients from our product offerings:
- NO Parabens
- NO Phthalates
- NO Sulfates
- NO Formaldehyde
- NO Nonylphenol ethoxylates
- NO Triclosan
- NO Triclocarban
- NO Toluene
- NO Coal tar
- NO Lead
- NO Mercury
- NO Acrylamide
- NO Hydroquinone
We go even further by voluntarily removing additional ingredients from product formulations, above and beyond the FDA and European Union Cosmetic Regulation restrictions.
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