Meet Our CL Ingredients

From Sea to Spa
I’m sure many have seen the claims of the benefits seaweed holds but are they really true? Do they really contain anti-aging properties? Has the advertising been misleading? Seaweed has been used more and more in cosmetics because of its numerous benefits to the skin. Not only does this ingredient detox the skin but it contains added nutrients that our skin craves. Read Blog



Benefits of Tamanu Oils
Tamanu Oils antimicrobial qualities, contains powerful bactericide and fungicide agents and is reputed to have wondrous wound-healing properties promoting the healing of psoriasis, burns, rashes and insect bites as well as solves some of skins toughest problems like acne, inflammatory conditions like eczema and rosacea. Tamanu oil can help prevent long term sun damage to skin and has a rich, woody-spicy scent. Read Blog



Benefits of Shea Butter
Shea butter is extracted from the nuts of the Shea tree, which grows in the savannah of Western Africa. In the hot Sahara or Savannah, Shea butter protects the skin from the sun and dehydration. The Egyptian Queen Nefertiti, who was magnificently beautiful, was said to owe her legendary beauty to the use of Shea butter. It has been used for centuries for its moisturizing, anti-inflammatory and anti-aging properties. You can find Shea Butter along with Tamanu oil in the Age Defying Cleanser to support healthy, supple skin. Read Blog



Benefits of Goat’s Milk
Goat milk can truly benefit your skin’s health. It is wonderful for people with dry or sensitive skin, or conditions such as eczema and psoriasis. Goat milk contains alpha-hydroxy acids such as lactic acid which help remove dead skin cells from the surface of the skin. As we age our cellular regeneration slows and dead skin cells are sloughed much slower than children. The turnover of our cells and the sloughing is what makes a baby’s skin so soft. Read Blog



Benefits of Calendula
Pot Marigold or Calendula is an amazing ingredient in our Complexion Repair Line. It is used to disinfect minor wounds and to treat infections of the skin including pustules. The antibacterial properties of this plant make it useful in treating acne and other skin conditions. The herb stimulates the production of collagen at breakout sites to aid in minimizing scarring. Read Blog



Benefits of Blueberry Seed Oil
The antioxidants and phytochemicals found in blueberry seed oil help to neutralize free radicals, which might otherwise damage skin cells, leaving your skin younger and softer. Blueberry Oil is light in viscosity and penetrates quickly, nourishing, moisturizing and helping to heal and treat skin conditions such as eczema and psoriasis. Read Blog



Benefits of Green Tea
Green tea protects against sun (UVB) damage and environmental impacts on the skin. Because of the strong anti-inflammatory and vasodilation (increased blood flow) properties of green tea it makes it an excellent ingredient in body lotions and face cream. When you suffer sun damage, such as sun burn it will reduce the inflammation and increase blood flow to the area encouraging cellular repair quicker then if it is left on its own. We have found that green tea has a cooling effect on the skin giving burned or irritated skin instant relief. Read Blog



Witch Hazel, Is Isn’t What You Think
Somewhere, “witch hazel free” started to appear on certain skin care products. Its one of those statements that makes you think why would anyone care if something was witch hazel free? Is this a marketing ploy or is there a genuine concern about witch hazel? Read Blog