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Glossary of Ingredients

Almond OilAlmond Oil Almond oil is rich in vitamin A, B and E, which are great for skin health. In fact, most skin care products have these vitamins loaded in them. The oil helps maintaining moisture levels of the skin and gets absorbed in a jiffy without blocking the pores. Overall, almond oil for skin care helps:
Improve the complexion and retaining glow, Moisturize better and deeper,Soothe skin irritation and skin inflammation, Relieve dry and irritated skin, Nourish skin, making it softer and smoother, Cures chapped lips and body rashes.
Aloe VeraAloe VeraAloe Vera is considered to be a miracle plant. Since, it contains phytochemicals and other nutrients which are beneficial for hair, health and skin. Aloe Vera extracts are also used in food and energy drinks. It is a very good habit to drink aloe vera juice on empty stomach every morning, to get maximum benefits of this plant. Because aloe vera is absorbed by the skin up to four times faster than water, it’s an effective moisturizing addition to creams, salves, balms and lotions.
Apricot KernalApricotOrganic apricot kernel oil is rich in gamma linoleic acid, or GLA, which comes from essential fatty acid omega-6. The GLA content in apricot kernel oil helps skin to maintain moisture balance. GLA also plays a role in firming and toning your skin. Additionally, organic apricot kernel oil contains vitamin A and E, which soothe the skin and slow signs of aging.
Arabica CoffeeArabica CoffeeThe caffeine in coffee has a number of benefits for your skin, from treating redness and inflammation to getting rid of cellulite. By incorporating caffeine into your skin care routine, you can reveal evenly toned, smooth skin all over your body. 
Caffeine has potent anti-inflammatory properties that make it ideal for reducing inflammation and redness in your skin.
Argan OilArgan Oil

Argan oil is rich in Vitamin E and antioxidants. Argan oil is easily absorbed, and it regulates the pH balance of the skin, which in turn protects against sun exposure and other damage. It also reduces skin inflammation and thus helps control and reverse skin disorders such as eczema and psoriasis while also diminishing scars.

AvocadoAvocadoAvocados are an excellent source of omega-3 fatty acids and vitamins A, D and E, and can provide skin with deep moisture. The oil of an avocado is able to penetrate the skin with its thin consistency; it is also thick enough to serve as a protective barrier on the skin, much like a lotion.. Avocado is easily absorbed into cellular tissue, increases the amount of collagen in the skin, and contains high emollient properties.