A potent form of vitamin C extracted from Kakadu plum, this super-charged antioxidant protects the skin from free radical damage caused by environmental aggressors. It brightens and boosts luminosity and evens out skin tone. And, on top of that, when used at 2% (the amount found in Pump + Glow and Spray + Glow) it’s also clinically proven to reduce fine and stimulate pro-collagen, making it a bit of a hero in the anti-ageing stakes. In its spare time it likes to play Bridge, and dabble in politics.
Besides winning gold at the antioxidant Olympics, this native Australian superfruit also boasts the coveted title of “plant with the highest recorded natural source of vitamin C in the world. Impressive, no? It’s got 100 x the vitamin C of that in oranges and 5 x the antioxidant capacity of blueberries.
Hydration, hydration, hydration! A sister to hyaluronic acid, the sodium salt derivative makes it more water soluble and is a lower molecular weight, meaning it can penetrate the skin and get down deeper. It also binds to water, keeping the water in and your skin plump, hydrated and fine lines less visible.
Gives sensitive skin a nice big hug and tells it everything will be OK. Clinically proven to reduce skin sensitivity, it soothes over reactive skin and helps rebuild and strengthen the skin barrier, while also offering anti-ageing benefits through DNA repair and protection from oxidative stress.
A plant-derived, ECOCERT approved wonderkid that is clinically proven to offer 72 hours of hydration*, plus strengthen the skin barrier and prevent transepidermal water loss. Translation:it keeps the water in so your skin remains hydrated, soft and smooth. *to achieve optimal results use for a minimum of four weeks
Like a chill pill for your skin, fermented papaya is high in antioxidants with antimicrobial properties that are soothing and calming to the skin, helping to relieve dryness and itchiness. When combined with pineapple enzymes (which we’ve conveniently done for Sleep + Glow) the pair also work together to dissolve dead skin cells for a gentle exfoliation.
Both part of the OG acid squad, lactic acid is produced commercially by fermentation of carbohydrates (corn). They’re AHAs (alpha hydroxy acids) and are also known as chemical exfoliators, working hard to get rid of the scungy old dead skin cells to make way for the good stuff (glowing, new fresh-as-heck ones).