Exploring the Skin Benefits of Passiflora Incarnata Seed Oil

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Exploring the Skin Benefits of Passiflora Incarnata Seed Oil
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We all want healthy, glowing skin, but achieving it isn’t always easy. We need to cleanse our skin to remove dirt, bacteria, and other impurities that accumulate on our faces throughout the day.

Unfortunately, many cleansers on the market contain harsh, drying chemicals that can do more damage than good to our delicate skin. That’s why it’s important to choose a cleanser that is formulated with natural, gentle ingredients that won’t strip away your skin’s natural oils.

One of the best cleansers available is one with active ingredients such as our Vita Cleanser. Our cleanser is packed with Passiflora Incarnata Seed Oil, Oatmeal, Aloe Vera, and Ceramides which are natural and vegan.

Let’s have a look at these active ingredients:


Also known as Passionflower Oil, is a potent antioxidant that is rich in fatty acids. It works to nourish and hydrate the skin, and helps to reduce the appearance of wrinkles, fine lines, and age spots. It also has anti-inflammatory properties, which can help to soothe irritated or inflamed skin.


A gentle exfoliant that helps to remove dead skin cells, dirt, and other impurities from the surface of the skin. It also helps to moisturize the skin and can help to reduce the appearance of acne and other skin imperfections.


A natural ingredient with hydrating and soothing properties. It helps to reduce inflammation and redness, and can help to repair damage caused by sun exposure. Aloe Vera also helps to improve the skin’s elasticity, making it look younger and more vibrant.


Are naturally occurring lipids that help to strengthen the skin’s protective barrier. This helps to keep moisture in and impurities out, while also helping to reduce dryness and redness. Ceramides also have anti-aging properties, which help to reduce the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines. These four active ingredients combine to create a cleanser that is gentle enough for all skin types, yet powerful enough to deeply cleanse and nourish the skin.

This cleanser helps to remove dirt and impurities, while also moisturizing and protecting the skin. It can help to improve the appearance of wrinkles, age spots, and other skin imperfections. In addition, it helps to reduce inflammation, redness, and irritation, leaving the skin feeling soft, smooth, and hydrated.

If you’re looking for a cleanser that is gentle yet effective, one with active ingredients such as Passiflora Incarnata Seed Oil, Oatmeal, Aloe Vera, and Ceramides is the perfect choice.

This combination of natural ingredients helps to cleanse, nourish, and protect the skin, while also reducing the appearance of wrinkles and other skin imperfections. So, if you’re looking for a way to achieve healthier, glowing skin, look no further than a cleanser with these four active ingredients.

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Parent's Guide: Can Stress Affect the Ageing of Skin

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Stress can have negative effects on the body and contribute to chronic illness. Most parents feel the burden of stress, but when it becomes chronic, our bodies are impacted in a profound way. Uncontrolled stress can lead to an altered mood, an increase in blood pressure, risk of cardiovascular disease and a decreased immune system. Stress can also leave its mark on our skin and manifest itself through dryskin, wrinkles and other skin conditions.

Let’s have a look at how stress can affect the skin:

Stress releases a hormone called cortisol which can trigger an increase in oil production which clogs pores. This build-up of inflammation and bacteria can cause acne.

Stress can speed the ageing process due to a decline in the production of collagen, and other skin proteins which reduce the skin’s elasticity and contribute to the formation of wrinkles, dull skin and age spots. Constant frowning and furrowing the brows due to stress are also to blame for fine lines and wrinkles formation. People who are prone to higher levels of stress over a longer duration of time will sustain higher levels of cortisol, which can speed up the ageing process.

Stress can also exacerbate other skin disorders such as eczema, psoriasis or rosacea. Many people who suffer from chronic skin disorders tend to notice that their symptoms flare up when their stress levels are elevated.

Skincare Routine:

A daily skin care routine will empower you to slow down and perform some self- care. A good skin care routine which includes a cleanser, moisturiser and serum can fight the signs of stress and ageing in the skin and boost
your mood and self-esteem.

Follow our skin care regime for busy parents below:

Our Vita cleanser ingredients protect the skin from damage of excessive oil production and inflammation. Due to its bio-active properties, this potent cleanser helps to support skin immunity and strengthen the skin’s natural defence system, making it the perfect preventative treatment for acne.

We recommend using our cleaner daily by adding a small pea size amount to the finger, lathering a small amount of water on the fingertips to cleanse the face, neck and décolletage. Follow this process by rinsing with warm water.

Our RP moisturiser offers powerful anti-inflammatory properties which helps fight break outs of acne as well, offering a calming and soothing effect on the skin. The key ingredient Niacinamide helps to improve the skin barrier function and hydration of the skin as well as reduce sebum production, which causes congestion skin.

We recommend using 1-2 pea size amounts, warmed up in your fingertips applied evenly over the entire face, neck and décolletage. Great as a makeup primer.

The REM serum has mighty skin repairing properties because of its key ingredients. Vitamins A and B work to repair and regulate the daily damage of stress to your skin while you sleep at night. Vitamin B is a potent anti-inflammatory that helps to reduce reddened and inflamed skin. Retinol is essential in treating ageing skin and works by stimulating the production of protein collagen and elastin for skin regeneration. This skin repairing process helps to unclog pores and smooth the skin.

We recommend applying a pea size amount onto the fingertips and then evenly dispersing over the face. Pat a small amount under your eye as your eye serum. Repeat steps for your neck and décolletage if desired.

Packed full of peptides, our BC Moisturiser promotes collagen production and hydrates the skin with its unique combination of hyaluronic acid, oatmeal, and peptides. The combination of these powerful ingredients also promotes healthy and smooth skin, tissue regeneration, and decreased inflammation caused by stress.

We recommend applying 1-2 pea size amounts, warmed up in your fingertips, applied evenly over the entire face, neck and décolletage.

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Repair Your Skin: The Best Way to Treat a Pimple

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Written by Jessica Matthews

Why everyone is using a pimple patch?

A pimple patch is an effective method of spot treating a pimple. Pimples can occur at any age and have a range of causes such as hormones, excess oil, diet, genetics and environmental factors.

Let’s face it, pimples can develop at any time, and we all wish we had a fast treatment. Our Pimple Patch is a revolutionary treatment which can help eliminate pimples using microneedle technology.

Embedded with antibacterial and anti-inflammatory ingredients, our microneedle pimple patch effectively delivers these ingredients directly into the epidermis eliminating pimples. A benefit of using microneedle treatment is the reduced likelihood of sensitivity and dryness of the surrounding skin, as the patch is only used directly on one specific area (the pimple).

We recommend placing the patch onto the pimple before going to sleep and letting it repair the skin overnight. You can except to see a reduction in the size of the pimple after the first application.

The benefits of using microneedle technology with our pimple patch

Let’s have a look at the pimple fighting ingredients used:

  • Hyaluronic Acid
    targets the pimple by breaking down trapped deposits of pus, dead skin cells and debris that causes congested pores. This promotes skin repair mechanisms to help prevent future relapses
  • Salycylic acid
    is a powerful exfoliant and works by clearing blocked pores and reducing oil production. When injected directly into the epidermis, Salycylic acid
    activates a regenerative process, reduces inflammation and leaves the skin smoother and brighter.
  • Sophora Flavescens Root Extract is derived from the roots of Sophora Japonica and has been used in Chinese medicine for thousands of years. With both antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties, the root extract helps to maintain the skins natural barrier, combat infection and minimise skin irritation.
  • Centella Asiatica Glycoside
    is a herb belonging to the plant family Apiaceae and is widely used in Chinese medicine due to its dermatological benefits. This powerful herb has a crucial role in skin repairing processes which activates regeneration of tissue and collagen. It also improves the tensile strength of newly formed skin and reduces inflammation which enables healing.
  • Tea Polyphenols
    is a natural plant compound found with antioxidant properties. Polyphenols promote a moist environment for healing of the skin and reduces inflammation. It also reduces sebum (oil) production which clog pores leaving the skin smooth and rejuvenated.
  • Tea Tree Oil
    has two key elements that contribute to enhancing skin healing. The anti-inflammatory element of tea tree oil helps to decrease swelling, skin irritation and soothe skin. The antimicrobial elements prevent infection, calms redness and leaves the skin smoother and clearer.

If you would like to try our Pimple Patch, get in touch with us today!

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The Science of Skin Repair: Why Everyone is using a Microneedle Eye Patch

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The Science of Skin Repair: Why Everyone is using a Microneedle Eye Patch

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