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Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea Butter)


Shea butter is the oil from the nut of the African shea tree.

With a high content of oleic acid, vitamin E and carotene, it offers excellent protection against harmful UV rays. The skin absorbs the shea butter very well and gives it enough moisture.

Macadamia Ternifolia Seed Oil

Macadamia nuts provide the valuable and effective oil with palmitoleic acid, minerals and vitamins A, B and E.

In cosmetics it has a regulating effect on the skin's metabolic processes thanks to its rapid absorption without leaving a greasy film and thanks to its richness, especially for skin types that tend to be dry and irritated. In addition, a high level of tolerance is guaranteed, since macadamia oil is very similar to human skin fat.

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Glycine Soya Oil

This oil is high in saturated and unsaturated fatty acids one of which is linoleic acid that provides the skin with plenty of moisture.

Soybean oil is also good for treating inflamed skin and itching.

With vitamins such as folic acid and minerals such as zinc and iron, soybean oil can be used for optimal skin care.

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Chondrus Crispus (Carrageenan) Extract


The red algae is a gristle from the depths of the sea and contains a high proportion of carrageen. This component serves as a stabilizer in the manufacture of cosmetics. The extract, also known as Irish moss extract, has a soothing effect on the one hand due to its high level of moisture supply and on the other hand protects the skin with its antiviral and antimicrobial effect.

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