Hydrating Day and Night Moisturizing Cream - How it works

  • Step 1: Jojoba Seed Oil to Nourish & Stimulate Collagen Synthesis Without That Greasy Shine

    Without oils (like fatty acids and Vitamin E), the molecular processes that repair and maintain healthy vibrant skin come to a screeching halt...
    Jojoba Seed Oil actually balances excess oil and ​unclogs​ pores - making it a favorite of those with acne and dry skin. Better yet, Jojoba has a well-studied ability to stimulate collagen synthesis and contains critical skincare nutrients like Vitamin E and Iodine - which can boost skin elasticity and fight off environmental toxins.

  • Step 2: Apricot Kernel Oil Fights Acne & Inflammation Fast

    Apricot Kernel Oil has similar benefits but one special one...it fights acne and blemishes with its linoleic acid content.
    Linoleic acid fights a process known as ‘hyperkeratinization’ - which can make skin cells stick together and clog pores. Without getting too complicated, there’s a ​strong correlation between acne and low levels of linoleic acid. ​And for those with extra-rosy cheeks, Apricot Kernel Oil is a soothing anti-inflammatory that promotes a healthy, even skin tone.

  • Step 3: Squalane & Hyaluronic Acid Hydrate the Deepest Layers of Your Skin

    You lose squalene as you age, a lipid that makes up over 10% of your skin’s natural hydrating oils. That’s one reason your skin isn’t as silky smooth as it once was...
    The good news is Squalane is a plant-derived form that makes up for your losses - boosting hydration, softening the skin’s appearance, and detoxifying at the same time.
    Hyaluronic Acid is another naturally-occurring molecule we produce less of with age. It binds water to collagen and locks in moisture, holding ​1,000 times​ its weight in water.