Q - What are “Active Ingredients”
A - It’s the chemically active part of a product that provides a cure or treatment. In our products, it’s the Probiotic Extracts, Plant Stem Cells and Peptides. These are what actually do the work deep down in your epidermis to produce the visible results.

Q - Why do we use Aloe Vera as the base ingredient instead of water?
A - Aloe Vera is natures miracle gel when it comes to skin care and is absolutely the best delivery system for our active ingredients. It increases the water content in your skin without making it feel greasy.

Q - Why you should never use a granular scrub on your face?
A - Few things can make your skin look better than proper exfoliation, but granular scrubs can harm your skin creating little cuts and inflammation. Enzyme scrubs like our top-selling Enzyme Exfoliator use fruit enzymes to detach and digest dead skin naturally to reveal radiant, plump and healthy skin.

Q - Are there really personal care products on the market today that contain toxic ingredients?
A - Yes, unfortunately, the FDA doesn’t fully regulate the personal-care industry so there are many harmful chemicals in the products available today, and some have even been linked to skin cancer. It was the main reason we created this company.

Q - Why should I only use a sulfate-free shampoo?
A - Sulfates irritate the scalp and can cause swelling and even damage to your hair follicles. Sulfates also strip away the good oil which makes your hair look shiny. A commonly-used sulfate called SLS (Sodium Lauryl Sulfate) can even cause immune system damage. Stay away from sulfates in your skin, body and hair care products!

Q - What do Dermatologists say about the use of probiotic extracts in skin care?
A - Dermatologists have promoted the many benefits of probiotic extracts use in skin care for years. These extracts are not live cultures like those found in most products used for digestion. The probiotic extracts used in skincare products help sooth and balance the skin and protect it from free radicals. Dr. Heather D. Rogers stated “there is growing data suggesting that the topical application of probiotics can help with inflammatory skin diseases, including eczema, seborrheic dermatitis, rosacea and more, by helping maintain a healthy and diverse skin biome.”

Q - How do I use your Enzyme Exfoliator?

A - Our exfoliator contains pineapple, grapefruit, papaya and pineapple enzymes that detach and digest dead skin cells. First you need to apply the gel directly to your (dry) face and neck area, and then wait 1 minute for the gel to liquify. Massage it into your skin with a circular motion until you feel and see the dead skin on your fingers. Don’t worry, you cannot over exfoliate as the enzymes will only digest the upper layer or “dead” skin cells. Wash with lukewarm water and follow with our moisturizer to reveal radiant, plump and healthy skin .

Q - Why is night time the best time for your skincare routine?
A - At night, your skin cells regenerate faster due to the increased blood flow to your skin. If you use effective products at night, your skin can maximize its rejuvenation process while you sleep to reveal fresh glowing skin in the morning.