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What exactly is idebenone?

This is a medical-grade antioxidant that’s been used for years during organ transplants. It’s so powerful that it prevents organs from oxidizing during the transplantation. If that isn’t enough proof of its effectiveness, then nothing else will work. It wasn’t long before the skincare industry took notice and started testing idebenone against conventional antioxidants.

Nourish your skin with organic skincare products

Your skin recognizes oil and water, not cream. However, skincare creams are the suspension of oil droplets in water that helps the oil get into your skin. While synthetic skincare products may contain a few nourishing ingredients, every ingredient in organic skincare products has health benefits.

The colloidal suspension formulation with a lipid that your skin recognizes, such as beeswax, facilitates the absorption of these powerful vitamins and phytochemicals into your skin cells and bloodstream. 

Nourishing and moisturizing topical fats and oils make up the majority of organic skincare products. Each of these has unique properties and benefits in addition to moisturizing. 

Argan oil is high in vitamin E, an antioxidant. It also has potent anti-aging properties that stimulate collagen production, increasing skin elasticity and reducing stretch marks. Although argan oil is moisturizing, it reduces the skin’s sebum production, causing the skin to be less oily.

Rosehip oil is a potent anti-aging skincare oil high in vitamins A, C, and essential fatty acids. Vitamin A helps reverse sun damage, wrinkles and hyperpigmentation, and may also support healthy skin healing from acne. Whereas, vitamin C also supports collagen production and reduces wrinkles.

Grapeseed oil contains proanthocyanidin that helps even out skin tone [6,7]. It also protects against sun damage and helps soften the skin.

Hemp oil is rich in anti-inflammatory fat gamma-linolenic acid and many other plant-based antioxidants that soothe the skin and improve skin renewal. It also helps balance out oil production in the skin. 

Beeswax is a fat that the skin cells recognize and absorb, but it can also form a protective layer on the skin without suffocating your skin cells. It is a humectant that attracts water and keeps your skin hydrated. 

Olive oil is rich in vitamins A, E and K, and plant-based antioxidants. It is also high in squalene, a hydrating and collagen-boosting fat that typically declines with skin aging. 

Jojoba oil is a very gentle moisturizing oil that is very similar to the oil your skin cells produce, which is why it helps control sebum production. 

Primrose oil is also high in anti-inflammatory fat gamma-linolenic acid and omega-9 fats to improve overall skin health. It reinforces the skin barrier, reduces moisture loss, and maintains skin softness.